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Dalers Defeat Quakers



Following a 5-4 overtime loss to the Garden City Wings, the Farmingdale Dalers won 4-2 against the Friends/ North Shore Quakers. Dante Scibelli scored the Game Winning Goal. Luke Watrous picked up his second win for the Dalers. Daniel Phieffer made twenty-one saves in his NYIHSHL debut for the Quakers. The Dalers moved to 2-1-1 on the campaign. The Quakers dropped to 1-2 on the year.

Andrew Siegal opened the scoring to put the Dalers up 1-0 with 7:02 remaining in the first frame. Guanlin Sheng tied the game at one apiece with less than a minute remaining in the 1st period. The Dalers and Quakers were deadlocked at 1-1 after fifteen minutes.

At the start of the second stanza, the Farmingdale Dalers went up 3-1. Dante Scibelli scored his ninth and tenth goals of the year in a span of just eighteen seconds. Cameron Black lit the lamp with 11:54 remaining in the 2nd period. One minute and ten seconds later, Teddy Kenny fired back for the Quakers

The Friends/ North Shore Quakers trailed by two after two periods. Neither team scored in the final fifteen minutes of regulation. Daniel Scibelli has now scored the second most goals in the varsity division this season. Scibelli has lit the lamp ten times with six helpers on the year. The Dalers star leads the league with 16 points in four games this season. Scibelli was a point per game player last year with three goals and seven assists.

Scoring Summary

PeriodTimeGoal ScorerAssistsTeamGoal Type
1st07:02Andrew SiegelJack HothersallFarmingdale Dalers
1st14:04Guanlin ShengThomas PosillicoFriends/ North Shore Quakers
2nd04:46Dante ScibelliDaniel SattlerFarmingdale Dalers
2nd05:04Dante ScibelliUnassistedFarmingdale DalersGWG
2nd11:54Cameron BlackMatthew Hohmann, Dante ScibelliFarmingdale Dalers
2nd13:06Teddy KennyThomas Posillico, Blaise SaadFriends/ North Shore Quakers

Three Stars of the Game

StarPlayerTeamStat LinePerformance Description
1stDante ScibelliFarmingdale Dalers2 goals, 1 assistLit the lamp twice. Registered a primary assist.
2ndLuke WatrousFarmingdale Dalers25 Saves, Win Posted a .926 save percentage in a winning performance.
3rdCameron BlackFarmingdale Dalers1 goalScored the insurance goal for Farmingdale.
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