WOBURN — In a high stakes recreation that had implications in Division 1 North, and probably the Super Eight event, Arlington made a loud statement.
The Spy Ponders (5-1-2), propelled by a three-objective second interval, skated to a 6-1 victory over their Middlesex League Liberty Division rival Winchester (7-2-0).
“We know how good they are,” stated Arlington head coach John Messuri. “We acquired some breaks and have been capable of open it up within the second period, and it was insurmountable at that time.”
Tied 1-1 getting into the middle frame, Arlington came out flying, scoring 1:50 into the interval when senior Will Jennings fired house some extent blank probability in the slot to interrupt the tie.
Later, while shorthanded, senior Joe Scheschareg (aim, help) broke away from his personal zone, shifting from backhand to forehand to make it 3-1 with 9:13 remaining in the second.
Stated Messuri: “That one definitely harm them.”
Then, with four:12 left in the body, A.J. Laiosa (aim, help), fired house a seeing eye wrist shot from the blue line that found the brief aspect to make it four-1.
Jack Simon scored three:39 into the third period, before Anthony Messuri tacked on an influence play objective with 7:03 left to round out the scoring.
The Spy Ponders have been basically sound in front of each nets, profitable races and puck battles on each ends of the ice, and finally had six totally different gamers find the web.
“We targeted on the web front battles tonight,” Messuri stated. “We needed to be sure that we have been on the suitable aspect of the puck…When our youngsters play the best means and make the appropriate plays there are loads of gamers on our staff that may rating.”
Arlington opened the scoring with 5:48 to go within the first when Leo Piandes banged residence a rebound in the slot, before a Joe Lepore wrist-shot evened things up for Winchester with 1:02 remaining.
Stated Messuri: “This can be a January win, it was a superb recreation…however the video games matter much more in March, and we nonetheless have loads of work to do to get better.”