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(Marcel's stats/Daniel's stats)

 

The Janser boys have played two games in the meantime and without further ado, we present herewith our summaries of the respective matches.

 

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4-3 (SO)

In our first featured match, the Wranglers met the stars in a tight game, which the Albertan team won in the shootout 4-3. Gonçalves brought Calgary the early lead with his power play marker. Los Angeles tied the game quickly, before Wolanin reinstated the one goal lead. The second period went to the Californians as they scored the sole goal to tie the game anew. In the third frame, Gonçalves with his second of the night gave Calgary the edge, but LA would not have it and for the third time equalized the score. Neither team was able to get the better of the opposite netminder and so the match went to shootout. Here it was the Captain himself who was the only player to convert his attempt with a highlight reel-worthy Forsberg deke and bring victory for his colours. The three stars were awarded to Gonçalves (2g/0a), Peepants (0g/2a) and Miglaskems (1g/0a). Dahl (.870) had a one of his weaker nights in this running campaign while Vandelay (.929) was on top of his game. Calgary's powerplay was sub-par (1/6) but their penalty kill unit did an immaculate job (1/1).

Marcel had 0g, 1a, +0 and 1sb

Daniel was noted with 0g, 1a, -1, 3 hits and 61.36FO%

 

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4-0

In a demonstration of dominance, the Wranglers shut the door on the Titans in a 4-0 victory. The first remarkable thing happened at 11:15 minutes into the game when the crowd witnessed a polysportive event, as Wolanin dropped one too many 'Yo Mama' remark against Young and a line brawl ensued. Apart from Wolanin/Young, Strasmore/Johnson and Janser/Cholo were the pairings. Landon picked a taller and heavier player for his fight and lost the bout accordingly. Strasmore and Janser held their own against their respective opponent. At least Landon had enough hot water at his disposal and also did not have to queue for the hot tub, as the officials sent him packing for instigating. Later on, Vladovechsenkchushkin scored the only marker in the first period for a one goal lead for the Red/White/Black, with 45 seconds to spare. In the middle frame it was 'I do not take prisoners' Strasmore on the man advantage with his first goal of the season to extend to a two goal seperation. In the third period, Janser delivered the dagger with a brace of goals. The first came on a rush when Gonçalves carried the puck into the Wranglers offensive zone (he took Wolanin's place on the wing in the first line), pass back to the blueline to GoodBrandSun, who relays the disc to Dan. The Center gives the disc Gonçalves who one-times the feed but misses the net. Janser picks up the loose puck and shoots from the hashmark, however his attempt goes wide as well. However, he is first on the orphaned disc and the second effort sticks. It is not a pretty goal, but it counts. For the second goal, Marcel intercepts a pass from McMuffin and immediately sends Strasmore with the biscuit the other way. Phil enters the Helsinki zone unopposed (well they tried) and sees Dan lurking in the slot. A nice saucer pass to his Captain and the Swiss roofs it backhand. Janser (2g/0a), Gonçalves (0g/2a) and Vladovechsenkchushkin (1g/1a) were named the three stars and we think that Strasmore got FISTED ANALLY BY A CIRCUS MONKEY to not be in that circle. Dahl with his shutout was also not considered, alas his team did the heavy lifting and only allowed 14 shots for the whole match. He was of course the winner in the netminder duel against a solid Nu (.902). Calgary's power play was good (1/3) and the penalty kill obviously without reproach.

Marcel was reported with 0g, 2a, +2, 2 PIM (Highsticking, no effect on the score) and 3sb

Daniel had 2g, 0a, +2, 5 PIM (Fighting Major, hence no power play), 4 hits and a 81.08% success rate at the draw.

 

Calgary remains a force to be reckoned with and stays on top of their conference for the time being, sporting a 6 win streak.

 

Here are the stats for our intrepid Hockey exports:

Marcel: 18gp, 2g, 10a, 12pts, +1, 22 PIM, 28 hits, 29sb, 2ppg

Daniel: 18gp, 12g, 15a, 27pts, +9, 35 PIM, 73 hits, 13sb, 1gwg, 2ppg, 61.08FO%, 5 First Star awards

 

We will revert with updates as soon as possible. Stay safe.

 

https://vhlforum.com/topic/129697-a-tale-of-two-brothers-a-night-to-remember/

https://vhlforum.com/topic/129819-a-tale-of-two-brothers-into-the-breach-once-more/

https://vhlforum.com/topic/130003-a-tale-of-two-brothers-a-new-hope/

https://vhlforum.com/topic/130042-a-tale-of-two-brothers-chugging-along/

https://vhlforum.com/topic/130178-a-tale-of-two-brothers-moving-on-quickly/

GM 130: Calgary Wranglers vs. Los Angeles Stars (vhlportal.com)

GM 139: Helsinki Titans vs. Calgary Wranglers (vhlportal.com)

 

 

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5 minutes ago, JardyB10 said:

Marcel for MVP this time 😛

it has become a family tradition... but seriously, for a low tpe defensive minded defender 2 assists are more of an achievement than scoring two irrelevant goals for last years Brooks winner... I get along very well with my lil bro and am happy for any kind of success he has in this league (and elsewhere for that matter)

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