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After a 6-2 loss to the Farmingdale Dalers this past Friday, the Cold Spring Harbor Seahawks answered the bell with a 5-3 win in round two on Tuesday night. Trevor Steele scored the eventual game winning goal on the power play at 2:24 in the 3rd period. Jake Panetta made 29 saves in his second win of the season for the Seahawks. Luke Watrous made 28 saves in his first loss of the campaign for the Dalers. Cold Spring Harbor moved to 2-2 on the campaign. Farmingdale dropped to 5-2-01.

Andrew Mazzei opened the scoring for the Seahawks at 4:51 in the first frame. The goal came after the Trevor Steele and Ryan McGloin forced a turnover in the neutral zone. Mazzei collected the loose puck, entered the Dalers zone, and used the defender as a screen as he fired a shot over the blocker side shoulder of Watrous. Less than two minutes later, a roughing call that went against Alex Goodenough put the Dalers on the penalty kill. The Seahawks power play came to an unceremonious end after a slashing call went against Trevor Steele. The CSH Captain was forced to chase down Dante Scibelli on the play after a turnover at the blue line. After the penalty to Goodenough expired, the Dalers tied the game off a power play goal scored by Mathew Hohmann. The game remained tied at 1-1 after fifteen minutes of regulation. The Dalers outshot the Seahawks thirteen to eight in the first frame. The Dalers capitalized on one of three power play opportunities, while the Seahawks were unable to capitalize on their lone man advantage of the period.  

At the start of the second stanza, Daniel Sattler put the Dalers up 2-1 off a tap in from the slot that. The play began after Dante Scibelli gained possession in the left wing corner of the Seahawks zone, moved the puck to Mathew Hohmann on the cycle, who threaded the needle on a pass to a cutting Sattler who tapped it past Panetta. A holding call that went against Nicolas Viola gave the Seahawks a chance to turn the tide. At 4:55 in the second period, Trevor Steele cut into the slot and beat a sliding Watrous glove side high to score the power play equalizer. Clifton Patrick put the Seahawks back up by one after burying a rebound at 7:46. The Seahawks led by one after two periods of action. Cold Spring Harbor outshot Farmingdale eleven to ten in the second period. The Seahawks capitalized on one of three power play opportunities in the second frame. The Farmingdale Dalers were unable to capitalize on the man advantage. 

The Seahawks jumped out a two goal lead after a power play goal with 2:24 gone by in the 3rd period off a power play goal by Trevor Steele. It wouldn’t take long for Farmingdale to fire back. Late in the 3rd period, Liam Knockler threaded the needle on a pass to a wide open Anthony Catanzarino who beat Panetta five hole on a shot from the slot. The Dalers went empty net in an effort to tie the game, but Sean Ecker sealed the deal for Cold Spring Harbor on a buzzer beating goal.

Scoring Summary

PeriodTimeGoal Scorer (Team)Assist(s)Goal Type
1st04:51Andrew Mazzei (#26) (Cold Spring Harbor)
1st08:45Matthew Hohmann (#24) (Farmingdale)Jack Hothersall (#11)Power Play Goal (PPG)
2nd02:07Daniel Sattler (#17) (Farmingdale)Matthew Hohmann (#9), Dante Scibelli (#11)
2nd04:55Trevor Steele (#36) (Cold Spring Harbor)Sean Ecker (#2), Hunter Yulico (#2)Power Play Goal (PPG)
2nd07:46Clifton Partrick (#33) (Cold Spring Harbor)Sean Ecker (#3), Owen Neri (#3)
3rd02:24Trevor Steele (#36) (Cold Spring Harbor)Hunter Yulico (#3)Power Play Goal (PPG), Game Winning Goal (GWG)
3rd08:38Anthony Catanzarita (#18) (Farmingdale)Liam Klockler (#5)
3rd14:59Sean Ecker (#34) (Cold Spring Harbor)Empty Net

Three Stars of the Game

StarPlayer (Team)Stat LinePerformance Summary
1stTrevor Steele (Cold Spring Harbor)2 GoalsThe Captain tied the game at two apiece and scored the eventual game winning goal.
2ndAndrew Mazzei (Cold Spring Harbor)1 GoalOpened the scoring in the upset win.
3rdClifton Partrick (Cold Spring Harbor)1 GoalPut the Seahawks up by one in the 2nd period.
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