FOXBORO – It was offense abound on Friday at the Foxboro Sports Center when Superskills CO and the South Shore Kings combined for 13 tallies in the contest. In the end, it was Superskills just coming out on top with the 7-6 victory.
Things got going right away after puck drop, both sides scoring before the game was even two minutes old. Superskills and the Kings traded shots through the first, Superskills going up one, the Kings rallying to tie. Thrice it happened and the game went to the locker room tied 3-3.
The second half saw Superskills take the lead again, this time scoring three straight to go up 6-3. The Kings remained undeterred and rallied to tie the game once again at 6-6. Superskills did as they had done all contest and went up once more, but this time there was not enough time for another Kings rally and the game ended 7-6.
Ian McCormack (1G, 2A), Ian Hill (2G), Justin Magazu (1G, 1A) and Brady Butler (1G, 1G) all credited with multiple points in the Kings’ effort.
For Superskills, it was Louis Demanche leading the effort with five goals to his credit. Layne Brubaker-Egner had three assist in the winning effort.