Kings overwelm penalty plagued Lake Raiders

TPWHL Kings vs Lake Raiders
November 29, 2014 – Kings vs. Lake Raiders (Boxscore)In this match up between the upgraded Kings and Lake Raiders, it was the Lake Raiders who drew first blood on a Jeremy Schofield solo effort with the Kings shorthanded at 3:37. 7:47 saw the Lake Raiders build on their lead off a Jeremy Schofield (unassisted) line drive for a 2-0 lead. the Kings responded at 9:17 on a David Donnelly (unassisted) goal closing out the first period.

In the second frame the Kings tied things up early on a Issaac Vescio (David Donnelly) goal at 3:37. the Kings added another on a Sharmin Alam (unassisted) goal at 5:24. With the Lake Raiders serving a crease violation minor, Jeremy Schofield deaked out the King’s D and buried a shorthanded goal for a 3-3 tie at the end of thirty minutes of play.
Third period action started very early as the Lake Raider’s Jeremy Schofield (unassisted) regained the lead at 0:15, then with the Lake Raiders once again shorthanded (the second of three times in the third period) the King’s Issaac Vescio (Sharmin Alam, David Donnelly) scored on a mad flury in front of the Lake Raiders net pulling things even at 4-4. 10:14 saw the Lake Raiders capitalize on the power play with Jeremy Schofield (unassisted) scoring his fifth of the game. From then on the Kings dominated with three unanswered goals from Sharmin Alam (David Donnelly) at 11:06, Issaac Vescio (Sharmin Alam, David Donnelly) at 13:00 and a power play marker to seal the deal and the 7-5 win by David Donnelly (Sharmin Alam) at 14:53.
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