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Game Notes: Stallions vs Oakland Grizzlies




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OPPONENT: Oakland University (3-21-0) Member of the GLCHL



The Grizzlies are led in scoring by #8 Corey Schultheis (7-7-14) and #27 Keith Pilut (3-11-14). The Grizzlies are anchored between the pipes by local high school Kalamazoo United hockey star #35 Parker Remelius with 2 wins, 1 shutout, 731 minutes and an .882 save percentage.


SENIOR NIGHT

The Stallions are excited to honor the graduation and hockey careers of two players tonight - #5 Blake Siewertsen and #13 Billy Lukwinski.

Be sure to view their Senior Spotlights and help us celebrate their contributions to the Stallion Hockey organization.


GAME CANCELLATION - THURSDAY FEB 8 at TOLEDO Due to scheduling issues with their rink, the Toledo Rockets are not able to host the Stallions on February 8 in Toledo and that game has been Cancelled. For league purposes, the game in Kalamazoo on February 10 will be played and count for 6 league points instead of the usual 3.


GLCHL STANDINGS AND PLAYOFFS



Each GLCHL team plays every other team for 6 points across 1 or 2 games for a possible season total of 54 points.


The Stallions are in a battle with Roosevelt and Toledo for the 6th, 7th and 8th position in the league playoffs. The 8th seed would play the #1 seed (Adrian) and the 7th Seed would play the #2 seed (Purdue Northwest), and the 6th seed would play the #3 seed (Calvin, Grand Valley or Davenport).


Toledo swept Oakland last weekend and plays Grand Valley twice this weekend before the 6 point showdown with the Stallions on 2/10.


Playoff Scenarios for the Stallions are:

  1. The Stallions win versus Oakland and Toledo and Davenport beats Roosevelt on 2/9 and 2/10 in regulation. The Stallions would move up to #6 in the standings and would play one of the Grand Rapids schools.

  2. Stallions win versus Oakland and Toledo, but Roosevelt earns at least 2 points. Stallions will play the #2 seed - Purdue Northwest on Tuesday 2/13.

  3. Stallions beat Oakland but lose to Toledo. Then the Stallions will play at Adrian on Wed 2/14.

These are not all of the playoff scenarios and many other scenarios are possible.


The first GLCHL Tournament game will take place between Tuesday 2/13 - Thursday 2/15 at the higher seeded team's campus. The GLCHL Tournament will then move to Farmington Hills Ice Arena. Winners of first round games will play on Friday night 2/16 at either 5:30 or 8:30pm.

Winners of the second round games will meet in the Championship game Saturday, February 17 at 5:30pm.



Upcoming Events:


Fundraising SuperBowl Squares The Stallions are running a fundraiser and selling squares today for the 2/11 game. If you are interested, you can buy squares at the ticket counter during the first and second periods.


Last Action

The Stallions are 1 - 2 -1 in their last 4 games.


Monday, January 15 - Stallions 2 vs Calvin 3 (OT) - The Stallions earned a point vs #12 Calvin at home on Saturday night. The Stallions had a 1 goal lead deep in the third period, but Calvin was able to tie it up and win in overtime. Stallion goals were scored by Goalie John Moriarty was outstanding in net, turning aside 43 of 46 shots.


Friday, January 19 - Roosevelt 0 at Stallions 5 - The Stallions came out strong and played a complete game. Goaltender Brendan Pellerito was spectacular in net, earning the shutout with 45 saves. Stallion goals were scored by Charlie Tess (4), Devon Collis (12, 13), Rory Neish (2) and Layne Brubaker-Egner (3).


Saturday, January 20 - Stallions 1 at Roosevelt 6 - The pucks that bounced in Western's favor on Friday, did not on Saturday. Weird bounces and deflections off Stallion players helped Roosevelt get out to a 4-0 lead in the first and they were able to continue on for the win. The lone Stallion goal was scored by Travis Thorhaug (3).


Wednesday, January 24 - Davenport 5 at Stallions 4 - The Stallions took a number of penalties early in the game and Davenport was able to jump out to a 5-1 lead in the third, but the Stallions were able to claw back into the game with 3 powerplay goals. Despite a frenzied attack for the last 5 minutes, the Stallions weren't able to score and Davenport escaped with a one goal win.

Stallion goals were scored by Rory Neish (3), Layne Burbaker-Egner (4), Charlie Carnes (4) and Charlie Tess (5).



UPCOMING GAMES


Saturday, February 3 at 5:30 pm at Oakland University - Rochester Suburban Ice Rink We plan to stream the game on our YouTube channel.

Thursday, February 8 at 7:30 pm at Toledo Rockets. THIS HAS BEEN CANCELLED.


Saturday, February 10 at 8:30 pm vs Toledo Rockets at Wings West - Youth Hockey Fights for Kids with Autism Night


Tuesday, February 13 - Thursday, February 15 vs TBD - More information to come.

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