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Sunday, December 6, 2015
ENP STAFF REPORTS
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Despite a last-minute goal with an extra attacker, the Lockport Express were unable to defeat the New York Aviators at Cornerstone Arena Saturday night, losing 6-5 -- the same score they had won by the prior night.

The game was filled with questionable calls, in including a New York goal where the net was clearly off its moorings -- and rough play, especially in the third period.

Sam Marolda opened the scoring for New York just 1:07 into the first period, assisted by Chris Hozza and Gunther Stange. Jordan Pocobello tied it for the Express at 3:18, assisted by Brendan McFall and Kurt Villani. Ryan Logar put the Express on top, 2-1, with assists from Christopher Gasiewicz and Mark Friol at 6:12.

Philip Pistraya tied it for New York at 4:38 of the second period, assisted by Nick Jean-Louis and Ricky Regala. Ryan Logar again put Lockport ahead at 8:15, assisted by Dylan Jenkins and Gasiewicz. Corey Rees tied it back up at 13:19, assisted by Sam Shaheen and Nick Jean-Louis.

The Aviators took the lead on the controversial goal at 5:55 of the third period and Phillip Garcia scored on the dislodged net, assisted by Robert Kalata and Daniel Backstrom. Lockport came back to tie it at 9:04 with a Frank Vecchio Jr. power play goal, assisted by Brendan McFall and Mark Friol. Martin Grinberg put New York back on top at 14:41, assisted by Rojas and Rees. Sam Marolda made it 6-4 at 16:35, assisted by Jean-Louis and Shawn Eastman. Gasiewicz scored Lockport's final goal at 19:36, assisted by Friol and Vecchio.

The Express and Aviators face off again at 1 p.m. at Cornerstone Arena.



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