Jets score twice on power play in shootout win

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Gazette staff
Friday, November 1, 2013

JANESVILLE—After going 0-for-18 on the power play over their last five games, Adam Winborg and Michael Louria broke through for the Janesville Jets when they had a one-player advantage. Janesville then overcame a late game-tying goal to beat the Minnesota Magicians 5-4 after a shootout.

The Magicians jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the second period through Kris McKinzie and Derick Kuchera before Grant Stueve scored at the 13:53 mark of the period. Minnesota’s Sandis Zolmanis was penalized for roughing with 18 seconds to go in the frame, and Winborg scored his power-play goal with six seconds to go with assists from Drew Callin and Jordan Himley.

Thomas Delaney struck back shortly after the third period began, but a tripping call against Kuchera gave Janesville another of its nine power-play opportunities. That’s when Louria scored his goal, assisted by Himley and Bryan Kronberger.

The Jets took a 4-3 lead in the third period with a goal from Zach Keryluk. The Magicians pulled their goalie with a minute to go, and Eetu Karvinen made it 4-4 with 25 seconds remaining to force a scoreless overtime.

Himley and Robin Hoglund scored in the shootout, and the four Magicians shooters were denied to give Janesville the win.


Magicians                      1         1                                   2   0—4

Janesville                        0         2                                   2   0—5

First period

MM—Kris McKinzie (Matt Colford, Jack Weiss), 14:17.

Second period

MM—Derick Kuchera (Nicholas Kuchera), 13:34.

J—Grant Stueve (Tyler Rehm, Zach Keryluk), 13:53.

J—Adam Winborg (Drew Callin, Jordan Himley), pp, 19:54.

Third period

MM—Thomas Delaney (Patrick Pollock, Colford), 0:49.

J—Michael Louria (Himley, Bryan Kronberger), pp, 1:44.

J—Keryluk (Stueve), 12:36.

MM—Eetu Karvinen (Thomas Delaney, Jordan Stejskal), extra attacker, 19:35.

n Janesville won the shootout, 2-0.

Saves—Atte Tolvanen (MM), 40. Logan Halladay (J), 31.

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