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OFA hockey blanks Tupper Lake


Brandon Mullin used his elusiveness in open ice to figure on all three goals and defenseman Burke Comeau netted the eventual game-winner with his first goal of the season as OFA blanked Tupper Lake 3-0 on Wednesday for its second straight home win in Wednesday’s NAC Hopckey action.

Comeau rifled home a power play shot from the point from Mullin and Joe Giglio and Mullin converted a setup created Drew Costigan and Jake Garrison in the first period as OFA took control by generating 20 shots on goal.

But the Devils managed to put the puck behind Tupper Lake goalie Marcus Richer only one other time as the stalwart netminder fielded 48 shots on the night.

“We generated a lot offense tonight but we only scored three times on 51 shots. We will have to convert our chances better on Friday when we host Canton (4:30 p.m. start). That is going to be a very tough game,” said OFA Coach Jon Frederick after the Devils retained a share of the NAC Division II lead (in the loss column) at 5-1 with 6-1 St. Lawrence Central which downed Malone (3-3) 7-3.

Canton lost to Potsdam 3-1 on Wednesday.

“Burke Comeau has a very good shot and one-timed the puck right along the ice tonight along the ice to score and Brandon Mullin picked up two assists off nice passes. I have to credit their goalie (Marcus Richer). He is very good and he faced alot of shots tonight,” said Frederick.”

Mullin netted the Devils’ third goal with an unassisted effort in the second period.

OFA netminder Dave Prudhomme stopped 10 shots to record a shutout.

In the other game of the night Norwood-Norfolk (3-2) downed Thousand Islands (2-5-0), 5-2

Potsdam 3, Canton 1: Canton (2-7-1 overall, 0-2-1 division) scored first on a wrap around goal from E.J. Curtis in the first period.

Potsdam (7-2, 4-0) responded with first-period goals from Trevor Keleher and Robbie Scott and Chad Varney ended the scoring with an empty-net goal with six seconds remaining.

N-N 5, Islanders 2: The Flyers (6-4, 4-2) scored three straight goals in the second period to overcome an early 1-0 deficit. Zeb Brown, Brandon Short and Troy Kovach scored the goals for Norwood-Norfolk in the spurt. Kaden Pickering and Cody Smith also scored goals for the Icemen.

Nick McCabe and Kyle Delaney scored for the Islanders (4-5-1, 2-5).

SLC 7, Malone 3: St. Lawrence Central scored the first four goals in their seventh straight win.

Kody Kocsis scored two goals with one assist to lead the Larries (9-1, 6-1). Nate Stickney scored two goals. Lucas Arquiett scored one goal with three assists and Eric Lynch and Blake Baldwin each had one goal and one assist. Trevor Henderson, Tanner Studlack and Jake Henning scored for Malone.

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