Philadelphia Blazers American vs. Jersey Shore Wildcats Red – October 22, 6:50 PM
The undefeated Blazers (6-0-0) will have to work hard to keep their flawless record when they face the Wildcats (6-0-2) on Friday night. The Blazers have been off to an outstanding start on defense, only allowing 7 goals through their first six games. Each of their goalies have recorded a shutout and Jackson Gwardyak has also recorded a .923 SV% through their first two starts. The team also has scoring talent throughout the roster, headlined by Declan Henes (12 G, 11 A). The Wildcats also have a high powered offense, as scoring is distributed throughout all three forward lines. However, the offensive spark largely comes from team scoring leader, defenseman Mason Levine (5 G, 7 A). The team also has a very reliable goaltender in Maya Sturm, as they have recorded an impressive .910 SV%. Few better ways to start the weekend than this showdown.
Haverford Hawks vs. Brick Hockey Club 2 – October 23, 3:45 PM
Brick Hockey Club 2 (6-3-0) will look to continue their roll heading into this showcase when they face Haverford (7-0-0). Brick Hockey Club has won each of their last four games, including a 3-0 shutout over Tomorrow’s Ice North Stars Red in their last game. Featuring plenty of prolific forwards, three have at least five goals this season. Haverford won’t be an easy game, though, as the team has displayed talent in all aspects of the game. Every skater has an average of at least 0.5 points per game, the team has conceded fewer than two goals per game, on average, and Harrison Kool has been a force in net, cruising to a .947 SV% in their first four starts. Two deep teams will make for an entertaining game to watch.
Team Philadelphia Orange vs. Delaware Ducks 2 – October 24, 4:50 PM
Should these teams continue their momentum from earlier this season, someone’s “oh” has got to go when Philadelphia (10-0-0) and Delaware (7-0-0) close out their showcase slate. Philadelphia has three forwards with over 20 points on the season and every skater has registered at least a point this season. They stand on top of the division, and for very good reason. Delaware has registered a goal differential of +42 and has displayed great defense, only allowing 12 goals through their seven games. The team also has strong scoring depth, as every skater has at least three points. Jacob Schultz has also been outstanding in net. These two top teams are certain to put on a show.