Whalers add 9 – 1 win over Stars to record       

Jake Lloyd of the Niagara Whalers slips past Christopher Maghakian of the Northumberland Stars in GMHL hockey action Friday night in Port Colborne. Photo by Joe Cseh

It was another blow out win for the Niagara Whalers Friday Nov. 3/2017 in GMHL hockey action in Port Colborne.

The Whalers won 9 – 1 over the visiting Northumberland Stars even after the Stars won the first period 1 – 0. Tyler Brackin scored the only goal of the first period at 14:23 assisted by Robert James and Owen Walsh.

The Whaler scoring melee started at 3:12 with Zach Main’s goal assisted by Jake Lloyd and Steven Farano. Steven Farano scored on the power play at 4:31, with assists going to Zach Main and Brandon Lindberg. Patrick Desjardins added a goal at 7:18 assisted by Mitchel Chastelet. Nick Pastorious put in the Whalers fourth goal at 8:10 assisted by Jake Lloyd and David Christopher giving the Whalers a 4 – 1 lead that lasted through the end of the period.

The third period Whaler scoring continued with Steven Farano’s second goal at 0:44 assisted by Brandon Lindberg and Zach Main. Zach Main scored his second goal at 3:54 assisted by Steven Farano and Patrick Desjardins. David Christopher added another Whaler goal at 4:26 assisted by Nick Pastorious and Logan Aprea. Zach Main’s hat trick goal came at 12:46 assisted by Alex Remedios and Brandon Lindberg. David Christopher finished the Whaler scoring onslaught at 19:02, his second goal of the night.

The games three stars were from the Niagara Whalers:

  • Star #1: Zach Main with three goals and two assists
  • Star #2: Steven Farano with two goals and two assists
  • Star #3: David Christopher with two goals and one assist

Currently the Niagara Whalers are tied for fourth place with the Bradford Bulls in the South Division Standings, for current statistics see the GMHL website: http://gmhl.net/

The Whalers are next in action Friday Nov. 10/2017 against the St. George Ravens in Port Colborne at 7:30 p.m.

 

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