Greater New York Ice Hockey League – New York Stars
Friday, January 30, 2004
Stars Peewee "B" Team
Friday, January 30, 2004
The Brewster, NY Bulldogs handed the Stars a devastating defeat, in Long Island Hockey League action, by the score of 4-1.A0The game was played at the Harvey school in Katonah, NY.
The final score was not indicative of how badly the Bulldogs outplayed the Brooklyn boys, who were out-shot 28 to 16.
The only highlight for the Stars came on their first shift of the game, when center Michael Strenk’s backhand pass was netted by defenseman Michael Davie.A0Winger Joey Cala brese also assisted on the play.
After that, it was all down hill for the Stars, as they simply could not skate with the Brewster boys.A0 And continuously gave up the puck deep in their own end of the ice.
The home team capitalized on nu mer ous errors and had little trouble beating Stars goalie Ryan Forman.
Saturday, January 31, 2004
The visiting Mamaroneck Tigers held the Stars to but 9 shots on goal and came back from a 2-0 deficit, to tie the Coney Island team at 2 a piece.
The Stars took the lead 4:24 into the game, when defenseman Sal Comodo, blasted a point shot through the Tiger goalie.
Late in the first period, Stars winger Chris Hayes backhanded the puck home, off a rebound of center Michael Strenk’s shot.
The Mamaroneck boys closed out the period with an unassisted goal past Stars goalie David Benger. The Tigers earned the tie with a power play goal, early in the final period.
The tie left the Stars with a 25-13-5 overall record.
Sunday, February 1, 2004
The Stars played host to the Red Bank, NJ Generals and defeated the Garden State team, by an 8-1 score.
Stars center Michael Strenk opened the scoring with a power play goal.A0 The tally came 4:27 into the game and 7 seconds into the penalty.A0 Defense man Sal Comodo assisted on the play.
Comodo picked up the Stars second goal, late in the period, converting some great pass work from forwards Joey Calabrese and Nicky Vukan.
The Stars split the goaltending chores for the game, with Ryan For man starting the game. He was perfect in net, stopping 13 Generals’ shots.
The Jersey team made it a 2-1 game midway through the second period, beating Stars goalie David Benger, with a power play goal.
The Stars nailed the next two goals within 27 seconds.A0 Calabrese got the first, assisted by Strenk and Vukan.A0 The second was put home by forward Michael Trotta, assisted by winger Drew Palmer and Comodo, giving the home team a 4-1 lead.