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Sunday, November 15, 2015

WALL, N.J. -- Given several opportunities to score on the power play, the Jersey Shore Wildcats made the most of it against the Lockport Express Saturday night, beating Lockport, 10-2.

The Express were penalized 26 times -- for 128 minutes -- in the loss, their second to Jersey Shore in as many days.

Lockport's Fankie Bodami got the first goal of the game at 4:45, assisted by Mark Friol and Nicholas Wilcox. But it was downhill from there. Jersey Shore's Christian Cooley scored a short handed goal at 6:34, unassisted. Tyler Goclan made it 2-1 at 12:26, assisted by Michael Fary and Christian Cooley. Jared Karas then scored the team's first power play at 13:14, assisted by Christian Cooley and Frederic Ampleman.

In the second period, Ampleman scored his own goal, assisted by Karas and Dylan Plsek at 4:27. Erick Santiago brought the Express closer at 10:15, unassisted. Ampleman's second goal of the night was Jersey Shore's fifth -- and second on the power play. Marcus McCall and Alexander Tan assisted on the goal at 15:41.

The third period was all Jersey Shore. Goals came from Cooley (from Freddie Schaljo and Tyler Goclan at 0:30), Schaljo (from Bogdan Khvatov and Craig Berry at 4:16), John Rubin (from McCall and Tan at 4:35), Karas (from Tan and Ampleman at 7:09) and Plsek (from Schaljo and Karas at 14:32.)

A fight a little over half way through the third sent five players to the box and resulted in 36 minutes of penalty time for Lockport, including two misconducts.

Express netminder Tim Schiess stopped 59 of 69 shots against him. The Express took only 30 shots on the night.

Lockport and Jersey Shore square off again at 11 a.m.

East Niagara Post is the official media sponsor of Hockey Day in Lockport.


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