Invicta Dynamos 12-1 MK Thunder
Invicta Dynamos 12-1 MK Thunder

Invicta Dynamos made it four straight wins with yet another four point weekend as they beat Milton Keynes Thunder 12-1 on Sunday night at Planet Ice Gillingham.

Goals from Juraj Huska (3), Tomas Banovsky (2), Anthony Leone (2), Tom Davis (2), Owen Dell, Brandon Webster and Henry Aiken managed to secure the Dynamos the drastic 12-1 lead.

Zach Grandy-Smith started between the pipes for the Dynamos while Graham Laverick started for Thunder.

Dynamos, Conor Redmond tried for the opening goal but was denied by Laverick who sent the puck into the corner.

First powerplay for the Dynamos as Tom Stephens received a two-minute tripping penalty.

Defenceman Ryan Giles sent a slapshot towards Laverick but the netminder knocked it aside. Powerplay over for the Dynamos.

Dynamos forward, Tomas Banovsky fired a shot from the blue line and the puck slid beyond Laverick. Goal one for the Dynamos scored at 7:27.

The Dynamos pinned Thunder in their end. Elliot Farrell passed the puck to Owen Dell who was waiting in the slot. Dell fired the puck off of the underside of the crossbar. Goal two for the Dynamos scored at 10:33.

Thunder gave away another powerplay as they received a two-minute tripping penalty.

Juraj Huska made his appearance with a shot from close left. Powerplay goal scored at 11:49. Dynamos led 3-0.

Dynamos once again the Thunder zone. Farrell, Banovsky and Dell linked up, but Dell was unable to get it past Laverick.

Luke Thirkettle attempted a goal but Laverick knocked it aside. Redmond tried for the rebound, but he was unable to control the puck.

Thunder scored their one goal of the night at 18:09 as Sam Chandler shot the puck from far right and Julien Baeumlin managed to guide it beyond Grandy-Smith.

Player coach Anthony Leone fed the puck to Huska who deked Laverick, but the net was pushed off its moorings by Stephens.

Stephens received a two-minute delay of game penalty.

End of the first period and the Dynamos led 3-1.

Second period began with the Dynamos still on the powerplay. However, they were unable to increase their lead.

Banovsky got his second goal of the night as he stick-handled through the Thunder team and down the middle of the ice and sent the puck beyond Laverick. Goal four for the Dynamos scored at 28:45.

Dynamos defenceman Tom Davis received a two-minute penalty for tripping.

Shorthanded, Leone sent the puck flying towards Huska who was waiting on the blue line. Huska managed to get it past Laverick for his second of the night. Goal five for the Dynamos scored at 32:03.

Dynamos replaced Grandy-Smith in net with youngster Owen Rider.

Not long after the coach himself got his first of the night as Ryan Morgan passed the puck to Leone who was waiting high slot. Leone fired the puck low and beyond Laverick. Goal six for the Dynamos scored at 36:52.

Another Leone goal less than a minute later. Huska passed to his coach who managed to fire the puck and hit the back post. Goal seven for the Dynamos scored at 37:22.

Brandon Webster was called for a two-minute tripping penalty just before the end of the second period.

End of the second and the Dynamos led 7-1.

Milton Keynes replaced Graham Laverick in net for his brother Hayden Laverick.

Dynamos started the third shorthanded. Huska raced up the ice and deked past the Thunder defenceman and shot it beyond Laverick. Hat trick for Huska. Goal eight for the Dynamos scored at 40:55.

Thunder’s powerplay expired and they went straight onto a penalty kill as Ryan James received a two-minute tripping penalty.

Davis made use of the powerplay as he slammed the puck from the top of the right circle. Goal nine for the Dynamos scored at 41:57.

Thunder on the attack as S. Chandler skated down the ice but Dale Buckland stopped him in his tracks with a huge hit mid-ice.

Goal 10 for the Dynamos as Davis scored his second of the night. Davis slapped another slapshot from the circle and managed to send it beyond Laverick.

Webster finally managed to get a shot beyond Laverick after many attempts. Webster roofed the puck beyond the netminder. Goal 11 for the Dynamos scored at 47:30.

Thunder’s Zac Chamberlain picked up a 10-minute misconduct penalty after the goal as the forward threw his stick into the boards.

Goal 12 for the Dynamos as Henry Aiken sent a shot from the blue line. Huska screened Laverick who did not see it coming and the puck went through his legs. First goal of the season for the Dynamos defenceman who was more than happy about his achievement.

Dynamos youngster Gregor McAllan tried to join in the scoring but was unable to get the puck beyond Laverick.

End of the game and the Dynamos won 12-1. Four game winning streak for the Dynamos.

Thunder’s Julien Baeumlin got man of the match for scoring their goal. Henry Aiken got man of the match for the Dynamos to celebrate his first goal at the club.

Picture supplied by Dave Trevallion.