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Monday, October 5, 2015
By +Scott Leffler 
scott.leffler@eastniagarapost.com


BROOKLYN — The Lockport Express needed 65 minutes of hockey and more to give the New York Aviators its second loss of the season.

After falling behind 4-0 6:22 into the second period, the Express outscored the Aviators 5-1 from that point on to send the game to overtime. Five minutes of scoreless three-on-three hockey later and the Express found themselves in a shootout with the league-leading Aviators.

In the shootout, Nicholas Wilcox and Frank II Vecchio scored on the Express' first two shots, while Daniel Backstrom and Jimmy Warrick both failed to score on theirs, giving the win to the Express. As it was a non-regulation loss, the Aviators still took a point from the game.

New York started the scoreing at 4:57 of the first period when Robert Kalata scored an unassisted short-handed goal on Express netminder Tim Schiess. Seth Muzyl made it 2-0 at 7:57 when she scored a power play goal from Backstrom and Warrick. Nick Jean-Louis put New York up 3-0 at 18:09 with help from Sam Marolda and Phillip Garcia.

In the second, Corey Rees scored on the power play for New York at 6:22. Martin Grinberg and Phillip Garcia assisted. Then Lockport started rolling. Greg Terlov made it 4-1 unassisted at 10:24. Wilcox made it 4-2 at 13:38, assisted by Jordan Pocobello. Less than two minutes later, at 15:19, Justin Durkee brought Lockport to within one with help from Christopher Gasiewicz.

In the third, Warrick pushed back for New York, scoring at 15:23 with help from Backstrom. Down 5-3 with less than five minutes to play, though, the Express didn't quit. Dylan Jenkins scored on the power play at 17:37, assisted by Wilcox and Vecchio. Then a mere 29 seconds later, Ryan Logar tied the game at 5, assisted by Gasiewicz and Durkee, sending the game to overtime.

Schiess made 68 saves on 73 shots to keep Lockport in the game.



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