Invicta Dynamos 9-1 Haringey Huskies
Invicta Dynamos 9-1 Haringey Huskies

Invicta Dynamos finished the weekend with four points after a comfortable 9-1 win against the Haringey Huskies.

Dynamos were without Brandon Webster, Owen Dell, Gregor McAllen and Owen Rider.

Huskies were missing James Hepburn, Ricky Rutherford, Lee Mercer, Matt France, James Pentecost and Ruth Cattell.

Zac Grandy-Smith started in net for the Dynamos and Daniel Lane for the Huskies.

Dynamos were on an early powerplay as Ryan McFarlane was sent to the box for a two-minute hooking penalty.

Player/coach Anthony Leone tried his luck against Lane but the netminder caught his shot.

The Dynamos go from the powerplay to the penalty kill as Dale Buckland received a two-minute slashing penalty.

Juraj Huska opened the scoring with goal number one for the dynamos at 7:33.

The Slovakian then tried for his second of the night with a blue line wrist shot but the puck flew over the net.

The Huskies levelled the score at 1-1 as Stephen Woodford fired the puck over the pads of Zac Grandy-Smith at 14:14.

A scramble in front of the Huskies net saw Jake Stedman thrown into the side of the net.

Captain Ryan Giles stormed in and the defenceman exchanged a few shoves and punches with Bryn Griffiths. The pair received two minutes each for roughing.

End of period one and the score was all tied up at 1-1.

Start of the second period and Stedman took a shot from the right wing and the puck hit the back of the net. Goal number two for the Dynamos scored at 21:17.

Huska fell to the ice due to a stick being caught in his skate. Stuart Appleby received a two-minute tripping penalty, which gave the Dynamos a powerplay.

Dynamos forward, Conor Redmond received a pass from Stedman and scrambled in front of the net before knocking the puck into the goal. Goal number three for the Dynamos scored at 23:45.

Buckland received a two-minute hooking penalty shortly after.

Huska received a pass in the neutral zone before racing up the ice and towards Lane alone.

Shorthanded goal scored at 26:47, which gave the Dynamos a 4-1 lead.

Buckland not long out of the penalty box, received a two-minute interference penalty after he landed a huge hit on Gheorghe Dragomir.

Another shorthanded goal as Leone skated the entire length of the ice before sending the puck into the top right corner of the net. Goal five scored at 35:50.

Not long after, Huska sent the puck flying towards the goal from the left circle and beyond the netminder. Goal six for the Dynamos scored at 38:07.

End of the second period. Dynamos managed to break the tie and end the period with a comfortable 6-1 lead.

Period three begun with a shot from Filip Sedivy, the puck hit the cross bar and flew out of the net.

Dynamos pinned the Huskies in their end as shots came from Leone, Redmond and Arran Strawson.

Haringey swapped netminders at 50:44, as Matthew Brown took over from Lane.

Strawson and Matt Hepburn exchange words and tussle behind the Dynamos net. A punch from Strawson saw Hepburn drop to the ice. The pair received two-minute penalties for roughing.

Dragomir caught Giles’ legs and the defencemen fell to the ice. Two-minute tripping penalty for the Huskies forward.

Redmond grabbed his second goal of the night as he fired home a pass from Huska. Powerplay goal for the Dynamos scored at 56:00, giving them a 7-1 lead.

Defenceman Giles ended up in the penalty box after hooking a Huskies forward. Powerplay for the Huskies.

Dynamos back in the Huskies zone as Stedman shot the puck from close right and Elliot Farrell guided the puck into the net. Another shorthanded goal for the Dynamos scored at 57:23.

Back to back shorthanded goals as Leone grabbed the puck and fired a hard-shot close range. Goal nine for the Dynamos scored at 57:59.

Into the final minute as the Dynamos tried to reach double figures but Brown made a few good saves.

End of the game and the Dynamos won with a comfortable 9-1 over Haringey Huskies. The Huskies battled hard but were unable to get past the Dynamos defence.

Picture supplied by Dave Trevallion.


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