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ACES FALL TO THUNDER 5-1

ACES FALL TO THUNDER 5-1

Nov 4th, 2012

Five different Stockton Thunder players scored as the red-hot Thunder beat the Alaska Aces 5-1 in their rematch on Sunday afternoon from Stockton Arena.  The Aces fell to 5-4 on the year and Stockton extended their winning streak to six games and their point streak to a co-league leading eight games.  The Aces continue their five-game road trip next week in Las Vegas with games on Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. The team will return to the Sully on November 14 to host the Colorado Eagles.  Tickets are currently on sale at the Aces office, Fred Meyer locations and www.ticketmaster.com.  All Aces games can be heard on NewsTalk 103.7FM and 750AM KFQD.  For more information, please contact the Aces office at 907.258.ACES, or visit them on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/alaskaaceshockey.

 

Stockton picked up right where they left off on Saturday in the opening period, scoring just 1:17 into the game.  Toni Rajala broke into the zone behind the Aces defense and faked to his backhand where he lifted the puck past Mark Guggenberger.  The Thunder controlled the tempo for the remainder of the period.  Guggenberger and the Aces held on to stay within a goal until the closing seconds when Nathan Deck scored on a power play at 19:51 to make it 2-0 at the first intermission.  The Thunder outshot the Aces 17-3 in the first period.

 

The Thunder increased their lead to 3-0 when Yannick Riendeau scored on a power play at 3:13.  The Aces generated much more pressure in the second period, outshooting the Thunder 16-9, but could not solve Tyler Bunz, and Stockton took a three-goal lead into the final frame.

 

Stockton added third period goals from Justin Maylan and Harrison Reed in the third period to complete the victory.  Alaska got their lone goal on a rebound at 9:49 from Alex Imbeault to make it 4-1 Thunder at the time.  Stockton outscored the opposition 18-6 in three straight wins over the weekend. 

 

Mark Guggenberger (4-3) took the loss making 27 saves on 32 shots.  Tyler Bunz (5-1-1) earned the win, making 30 saves on 31 shots.  The Aces went 0-4 on the power play and the Thunder went 2-7.  Alaska was outshot by Stockton 32-31 in the game.

 

The Aces continue their five-game road trip next week in Las Vegas with games on Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. The team will return to the Sully on November 14 to host the Colorado Eagles.  Tickets are currently on sale at the Aces office, Fred Meyer locations and www.ticketmaster.com.  All Aces games can be heard on NewsTalk 103.7FM and 750AM KFQD.  For more information, please contact the Aces office at 907.258.ACES, or visit them on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/alaskaaceshockey.