Saturday, October 29, 2011

V-Reds destroy the Tigers

The V-Reds thoroughly handled the DAL Tigers tonight, scoring 10 times before the game had ended.

UNB came out hard, and for the first 7:22 of the game, UNB looked to be pretty much dominating the Tigers, then J. Villeneuve-Gagne capitalized on a UNB turnover to score on the first DAL shot of the game. That quieted the crowd almost completely. However that was the end of the good news for the Tigers, as Jordan Clendenning set up Chris Culligan twice before the period was out, sending the teams to the dressing room with a score of 2-1 after one period of play.

UNB came out hard in the second, forcing the Tigers to take three penalties, two of which Kyle Bailey scored on. Also scoring for UNB in the second were Jeff Lee, Jordan Clendenning, and Taylor MacDougall.

The third period was not any better for the Tigers, as Joran Clendenning scored again, Antoine Houde-Caron picked up a short handed goal, and Luke Lynes finished off the scoring to make it 10-1.

The final shots were 36-16 for UNB, the three stars of the game were Jordan Clendenning (2G 3A), Chris Culligan (2G 2A), and Luke Gallant (2).

UNB is back in action next weekend when they take on UdeM in Moncton Friday night and UPEI Saturday night at the AUC

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I haven't heard much lately about Robbie Drummond. Is he even still with the team? If so, does anyone know when he's expected to play? Also, can we expect to see Denny in the line-up against Moncton next weekend?

Anonymous said...

The score was pretty much indicated how the game went. One sided!

Big Bad Jon said...

Hard to believe Dal won two games considering how aweful they looked on the ice.

UNB Bruins Fan said...

Are the games archived anywhere?

Anonymous said...

ya games like this are well worth 12 bucks,on the other hand,way to go guys,dont let up...

Red said...

When is Drummond going to play?

Eric said...

Note: DAL was missing 9 guys including top D-Man David MacDonald. Coach Belliveau said the only positive was he expected to give up 50-60 shots, so 36 wasn't that bad.