Change of schedule this Sunday —No game this Sunday for the Marauders. The game with BBT has been moved to February 20 at Tri Town in Hooksett at 3:20. That’s a Tuesday midweek afternoon game so plan accordingly. The schedule on the site will be updated on the weekend. The Souhegan game is also in the process of rescheduling. Flexibility is a valuable attribute. For the team, working hard and getting the most out of each and every practice is the goal these days.
Instead of a game last night, many players enjoyed an important # birthday fete for their number one fan. Ed Lord’s longstanding fan loyalty to the team (and several HHS teams) is wonderful, near legendary, and so appreciated!
The team also looks forward to this Saturday and helping out at the Special Olympics, an annual team tradition. Should be a wonderful event at the Skiway.
Next game is next Wednesday, January 24 vs. Andover, so off to Massachusetts mid week at Breakaway Arena in Tewksbury, weather permitting of course.
Snowfall, slick travel, and a school cancellation for Souhegan. Updates on the make-up game to follow.
The Marauders, 4-0-0 in league play, face Souhegan 6-1-0 at Campion tomorrow. Coming off a big win from behind, the Marauders will harness what works to keep the momentum going. All are hoping that winter storm Inga cooperates with tomorrow’s game plan.
Senior day for Beekmantown at Scott’s Chazy Rink and the Marauders arrive from Lake Placid ready for action.
The team pulled out the win in what sounds like it was an exciting, down to the wire, and penalty overloaded game. Beekmantown went up early in the first frame on the PP, but Hanover got the equalizer soon after to go 1-1. By end of the first, Hanover netted goal 2. Score 2-1 HHS after one. Optimism. However, the second period was peppered with HHS box time, and Beekmantown was able to capitalize on 2 power plays to go up 3-2 after two.
In the last frame, a Hanover defender got the puck on transition and was able to get the equalizer. The go-ahead goal was put in on another hungry HHS PK– a game winning shorty! With Hanover up 4-3 and Beekmantown trying to get the equalizer, time out was called as Beekmantown pulled their goalie. On resumption of play, Hanover got the puck for an empty netter insurance goal, 5-3.
Way to pull it out, Marauders! Whatever it Takes!
Find the video from the game posted tomorrow at http://www.hometowncablenetwork.com
Much thanks to Stephanie Tysinger for texting the exceptional game details for this and the Freebooter summary!
Good luck to the team today in the 1 PM game with Beekmantown at Scott’s Rink in Chazy, NY.
Some photos of the trip to Lake Placid are posted under “Photos”.
Sweet dreams, Marauders!