Fresno adds another sweep to their win streak in a 16-2 victory against the West Sound Admirals on Sunday at Bremerton Ice Arena.
Oct. 25 // Fresno Monsters 4, West Sound Admirals 0
The Fresno Monsters came into the Bremerton Ice Center and secured a quick shutout to start the series. Four goals evenly dispersed through out the game were supported by Max Karlenzig’s 21 stops and single assist.
William Markstedt (2G-1A) led the Monsters on three points; six more point getters showed up on the sheet. West Sound started slow but the Admirals were able to pick up the urgency in the third period when they put up a higher volume of shots after being outshot through the first two.
Tristan Baker initiated the scoring at 3:18 of the first period before Markstedt could connect for his two goals in the second and third. Narek Aleksanyan scored short-handed to add to the insurance. Admiral’s netminder, Yuto Yamasuda, saved 48 of 52 shots but did as much as he could for the team that needed a little more gas to respond.
Oct. 26 // Fresno Monsters 12, West Sound Admirals 2
A second look at the Monsters didn’t fare so well for the Admirals who were peppered by Fresno to a steep defeat. The game was riddled with fights but that didn’t help West Sound to find a spark.
Narek Aleksanyan (3G-3A) potted the most points in the game but Zackory Turpin (2G-2A) and returning Petr Philippov (2G-2A) scored four points to follow up. In total, 12 Monsters registered points to concertedly overpower West Sound who only had three point getters.
Randy Yeakley (1G-1A), Cory Kane (1G-1A), and Sarp Demirezen (1A) scored for the Admirals.
Oct. 27 // Fresno Monsters 16 , West Sound Admirals 2
The Monsters completed the sweep on a 16-2 beating of the Admirals in a game where Fresno had three hat-trick scorers. Zackory Turpin (4G-2A) lead all players with goals and Petr Philippov (3G-4A) lead all players in points. Tristan Baker (3G) had the remaining hat-trick and a total of 15 players put up points.
West Sound’s Randy Yeakley (2G) had their two goals while Sarp Demirezen (2A), Stefan Takac (1A), and Cory Kane (1A) had contributions.
Fresno got off to the 6-0 lead before the Admirals could generate their first goal at 15:28 of the second frame.