Search ENP

Powered by Blogger.


Social Connect

Get it on Google Play

Upcoming Events

February, 2016:

Friday, February 20

ART247 Black and White Exhibition

March, 2016:

Advertise Your Event on ENP!
More info here

Sunday, October 25, 2015
The Lockport Express attempt to keep the Syracuse Stampede hemmed into their own end during this afternoon's game at Cornerstone CFCU Arena. (PHOTOS BY SCOTT LEFFLER / ENP STAFF)

BY +Scott Leffler

Ryan Logar and Christopher Gasiewicz each tallied four points and newcomer Brendan McFall got his second goal in his second game as the Lockport Express bested the Syracuse Stampede 5-1 this afternoon at Cornerstone CFCU Arena.

It was Halloween Costume night at Cornerstone. The best costume prize went
to this Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle.
The Express got only their second home win in nine attempts in front of the home crowd and matched their season-high in goals at Cornerstone. They have a 2-4-3 record at home.

Head Coach Frank Vecchio joked after the game that looking at the scoreboard, he though the team must be on the road, where they have a much more impressive 6-1 record and have averaged nearly seven goals per game.

Ryan Logar was first to strike the back of the net, scoring at 13:26 of the first period, assisted by Gasiewicz and Justin Durkee.

In the second period, Ryan Logar made it 2-0, assisted by Gasiewicz. Nate Walker scored for the Stampede at 6:59, assisted by Nicholas Sanborn. McFall made it 3-1 at 17:08 on the power play. Frank Vecchio Jr. assisted.

In the third period, Mark Friol made it 4-1 for the Express just 88 seconds into the period. Ryan Logar and Gasiewicz assisted. The same line scored again at the 10:28 mark with Gasiewicz netting the power play goal, assisted by Ryan Logar and Friol.

Express goaltender Tim Schiess stopped 22 of the 23 shots he faced, including a few acrobatic saves early in the third period. Syracuse goalie Kyle VanWagner stopped 41 of 46.

Lockport and Syracuse have a trio of games to start November, playing at 5 p.m. on Nov. 6, 7 p.m. on Nov. 7, and 11 a.m. on Nov. 8.


Catch up quick


Post a Comment

Comments are always appreciated. Your comment will be reviewed for approval before being made public.