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Tremblett's atom A/E win season opener

 

Oct. 3 was the home and season opener for the Ingersoll atom A/E Tremblett's YIG Express.

 

This year's team includes forwards #2 Jeremy Stiles, #4 Jayden Strom, #5 Tanner Belore, #6 Taylor Murray, #9 Noah Muller, #10 Logan Pare, #11 Ryan Condotta, #15 Ethan Kish, #16 Tyler Fleming and #17 Ryan Gregg. The defence looks like this: #7 Charlie Ashman, #8 Alex Stratton, #18 Kolten Winkworth and #19 Brandon Plaquet. The starting goalie is #33 Spencer Krajewski with # 1 Ben Baker backing him up. Due to injury and illness, Jayden Strom and Tanner Belore did not dress for this game.

The Express played against Langton in this game.

It was back and forth all night with each team having a lead in the game. The Express took control of the game in the third period lead by Kish who had one goal and two assists leading them to a 4-3 victory. Other goal scorers in the game were Muller, Pare and Stiles who had the eventual winner. The other assist went to Condotta. Krajewki came up big when the team needed most in the third period and his defence in front of him helped to keep the pressure off.

Oct. 5 the atom A/E travelled to Caledonia for their second game of the season. The Express came out full steam ahead and jumped out to a 2-1 lead after the first period. After a bad bounce and some bad luck, the game was tied going into the third period.

The Express put on relentless pressure and it paid off in a big way scoring three times in the third period winning 5-2. Leading the offensive charge was Strom with one goal and three assists in this game. Other goal scorers were Kish, Plaquet, Muller and Stiles. Other assists went to Kish, Pare (2) and Fleming. Krajewski was solid in net once again with strong defense in front of him.

Oct. 11 the team was in Ayr for a rare Tuesday night road game and they came out fired up.

Tremblett's YIG Express scored two in the first on goals by Strom with assists going to Kish and Ashman, and the other goal going to Pare with the assist going to Stiles.

Nothing but solid defence and great goaltending happened in the second period as the score remained 2-0 after two periods. In the third period, the hard work paid off again as the Tremblett's YIG Express scored three more early to take a 5-0 lead. Goal scorers were Fleming, Murray and Kish, with assists to Stiles, Condotta, Pare and Fleming. Ayr scored three late in the third period but Ingersoll chugged their way to a 5-3 victory. Coaching staff said Krajewski played his best game of the season so far. The defence once again played a great game to help ease any pressure their goalie.