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Brendan Landrigan scored the Game Winning Goal with 1:53 gone by in the first frame. Landrigan went onto record a Hat Trick. Patrick Ryan recorded a shutout en route to his fourth win in five starts for the Smithtown Hauppauge Bulls. Christopher Primiani dropped to 0-5 on the season for the Longwood Lions. Mark Dubeau picked up his first win as the Head Coach of Smithtown Hauppauge.

Ten Smithtown Hauppauge players found the back of the net against Longwood. After Landrigan opened the scoring for Smithtown Hauppauge, Victor D’Errico scored his first SCHSHL goal with 2:28 gone by in the first frame. Thirty-one seconds later, Gavin Bareham made it 3-0. Adam Lackowitz scored a power play goal to make it a four score game in less than five minutes of regulation. Late in the first period, Timothy Sellito scored his first goal of the night.

Selitto found the back of the net at the start of the second stanza. Michael Arnoni scored his first of the game with 10:54 remaining in the frame. Lackowitz scored his second of the game with 6:23 gone by in the period. Landrigan proceeded to score back-to-back goals to complete the Hat trick. Bareham potted his second of the night to make it 10-0. Just fourteen seconds later, Selitto scored his third goal of the game. It was the youngsters first SCHSHL Varsity Hat Trick.

Shane Reidy made it 12-0 with 13:19 remaining in the final frame. Max Campo scored back-to-back goals in a span of forty-five seconds. John Dallessandro scored two straight goals to wrap up the night for Smithtown Hauppauge. The Bulls scored seventeen goals in the game.

Scoring Summary

PeriodTimeGoal ScorerAssistsTeamGoal Type
1st13:07Brendan LandriganPatrick Malone, Shane ReidySmithtown Hauppauge BullsGWG
1st12:32Victor D’ErricoTimothy SellittoSmithtown Hauppauge Bulls
1st12:01Gavin BarehamMax CampoSmithtown Hauppauge Bulls
1st10:09Adam LackowitzJohn Dallessandro, Victor D’ErricoSmithtown Hauppauge BullsPP
1st02:42Timothy SellittoUnassistedSmithtown Hauppauge Bulls
2nd13:26Timothy SellittoVictor D’ErricoSmithtown Hauppauge BullsSH
2nd10:54Michael ArnoniGavin BarehamSmithtown Hauppauge Bulls
2nd08:27Adam LackowitzShane ReidySmithtown Hauppauge Bulls
2nd07:30Brendan LandriganShane ReidySmithtown Hauppauge Bulls
2nd02:57Brendan LandriganRaymond SherwoodSmithtown Hauppauge Bulls
2nd01:56Gavin BarehamUnassistedSmithtown Hauppauge Bulls
2nd01:42Timothy SellittoVictor D’Errico, John DallessandroSmithtown Hauppauge Bulls
3rd13:19Shane ReidyPatrick Malone, Brendan LandriganSmithtown Hauppauge Bulls
3rd12:00Max CampoGavin BarehamSmithtown Hauppauge Bulls
3rd11:15Max CampoMichael ArnoniSmithtown Hauppauge Bulls
3rd05:58John DallessandroUnassistedSmithtown Hauppauge Bulls
3rd01:16John DallessandroVictor D’ErricoSmithtown Hauppauge Bulls

Three Stars of the Game

StarPlayerStat LinePerformance Description
1stVictor D’Errico1 Goal, 4 AssistsD’Errico was a key play driver for the Bulls high octane offense.
2ndAdam Lackowitz2 GoalsThe Bulls blue liner found the back of the net twice in a dominant two-way performance.
3rdTimothy Sellitto3 Goals, 1 assistSellitto potted a Hat Trick and added an assist for good measure.
Upcoming Schedule

Can the Bulls Sweep The Season Series Against The Tigers?

The Smithtown Hauppauge Bulls are back in action on Monday November 20th at 8:10 PM when they face off against the Northport Huntington Tigers. Smithtown Hauppauge won 10-3 in their season opener against Northport Huntington.

Longwood Lions Still Looking For First Win.

The Lions have now been blanked in three consecutive contests. During that span of time, they have given up thirty-six goals. The Longwood Lions lost 3-2 in their season opener against the Ward Melville Patriots, but will have a chance to settle the score on Monday November 27th at 9:40 PM.

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