and Lightning Quarter-final series needed no more than three games to merit the
Warriors Semi-Final birth. So far Luc Alarie, Troy Brown, and Kyle Lang lead
their team with 15 combined points in 5 games.
The Warriors along with the top seeded Monarchs and Hawks awaited to see
the results of the last game in a possible 5 game series between the Sharks and
In game five
of a two all series between the Sharks and Selects, it was the visiting Eastman
that rose to the occasion stealing the win 3-1, Wednesday March 2nd at the MTS Iceplex.
came out with their own amount physical presence. What made the Eastman
successful was their hunger and team speed, along with a shut down defense in
their zone. The Sharks skilled players
put together creative passing plays and finesse, but tonight it did not match
well with the Eastman game.
halfway through the third period the Sharks generate lots of scoring chances,
stretching out the neutral zone. Goaltender Wyatt Emes kept his cool in the
pipes and turned away some big scoring chances. The Sharks did manage a late
tally but it was not enough to get back in with 2 minutes left the Eastman
didn't let the Sharks come close to the net, sealing the series win.
As of March 9th the Hawks and Warriors series didn't need more than 3 games. The Hawksonly allowed 4 goals
in 3 games and with gifted offensive forwards they will have some extra rest as they watch the other series unfold. The Monarchs and Selects match up is at a pivotal point in the series.
The Monarchs have a 2-1 series lead going into tonight's game, giving the
Monarchs a chance to take command on the series and on the other hand the
Select have the opportunity to completely level the series into a best of