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Bled, Slovenia hosts ACHA Selects

2014-01-04


   -Bled Slovenia-  The beautiful town of Bled,  Slovenia hosts the ACHA Select team for the next game,.  Bled,  famous tourist town for Rowing, Cycling , and home of Rudy and Gorace Hiti legends in Slovenia, Yugoslavian Ice .Hockey.    Game 4 returns Scott Tiefenthal (Grand Valley) to net for his second ...

   -Bled Slovenia-  The beautiful town of Bled,  Slovenia hosts the ACHA Select team for the next game,.  Bled,  famous tourist town for Rowing, Cycling , and home of Rudy and Gorace Hiti legends in Slovenia, Yugoslavian Ice .Hockey.
   Game 4 returns Scott Tiefenthal (Grand Valley) to net for his second game  against the host team from Bled.  
   First period action opens with Kyle Garlasco (Wm Paterson) from Dax Hobbs (Weber) to jump to 1-0 lead,  Tomas Zavrl scored out of the penalty bos to know the game at 1-1.
   As has been the case this week the ACHA Select team has poured on the pressure in the second period and this game was no difference.   ACHA pressure resulted in 7 unanswered goals in the second period.   Sean Leahy (UNH) from Zach Bradanick(UNH) and Matt Bloome (UMBC). Blake Chapman (Boston College) made it 3-1 from Richie Pallai (Wm Paterson)  and Sean Nielsen Millersville) .  Cooper Limb (Utah St) from Matt Bloome and Limb again from Bloome and Nick Heinrich (GVSU) on a strong shift scoring twice to make it 5-1.  Sean Leahy broke in alone to make it 6-1 and Hobbs from Garlasco and Ryan Urban (Penn St) made it 7-1 before Leahy (hat trick)  ended the second period barrage from Hobs and Bloome.
   The ACHA squad rolled out for the 3rd period by scoring 4 more unanswered goals Sean Nielsen from Pallai on a power play.  Matt Smartt (Grand Valley) from Daniel Echeverri (FGCU) .  Josh Androsat (Illinois St) Bloome and Nielsen.  Matt Bloom ended the scoring on a goal from Matt Smartt.
   ACHA pressure continues to roll with Mike Forbes (GVSU) Jon Eccles (Utah St) and Steve McIsaac(UNH) make all the right moves as the team is gelling.


   
   
  



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