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Varsity Storm, Still Perfect

On Thursday night it was the Ramaz Rams who traveled across the bridge to take on the 2-0 varsity hockey TABC Storm. TABC knew this game would not be an easy one, playing against a tough Ramaz team. Early into the game the chances were piling up for both teams. It remained a tie until a little past the halfway point of the first period, Yair Knoller was able to capitalize on a mess in front of the net and score the first goal of the game.

Heading into the second period, the game had really heated up and it was a 3-on-2 power play for Ramaz because of multiple penalties called before the end of the first period. Both teams continued to play aggressively and passionately. In the middle of the period, Ramaz was called for having a non-goalie cover the ball in the crease and that led to a penalty shot. This was the first penalty shot ever for TABC varsity hockey. Unfortunately the Ramaz goaltender was able to get his stick on the ball and knock it away from a swift Daniel Levy.

On the very next shift, Eitan Schneier got a nice shot to the front of the net and TABC senior Josh Deschino was able to knock the ball into the back of the net extending the lead to two. In the third period, TABC was back on the power play and Daniel Levy found Yair Knoller crosscourt who had a beautiful finish, giving him his second goal of the game. A few minutes later TABC junior Zach Rothenberg was able to rap the ball in from behind the net to make the score 4-0 and that’s how it ended.

Shua Beilin played spectacularly in the net for the Storm, shutting out Ramaz for two and a half periods.

By Jonah Ganchrow

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