Sunday February 17, 2019

 Fife Flyers vs Dundee Stars game summary

Fife Flyers, sponsored by Arnold Clark Mercedes-Benz, hosted their Gardiner Conference rivals the Dundee Stars on Saturday night at Fife Ice Arena in their 2nd game of a 3 game weekend.

Going into Saturday's fixture, Flyers were once again without captain Russ Moyer through injury, forward Brady Ramsay and top goal scorer Evan Bloodoff, however new signing Dan Correale made his home debut.

Flyers started the evening the game fresh from a 6-3 win over the Braehead Clan, a win that saw Flyers wrap up this season's series against John Tripp's side, recording 7 wins from their 8 games, leaving Flyers needing 3 points to clinch the Gardiner Conference title.

Flyers got off to a dream start when Chase Schaber put his side 1-0 up after 4:36. Jim Jorgensen's pass from inside the blueline was picked up by new signing Dan Correale who found Schaber, firing the puck in from close range.

Just after the halfway mark Carlo Finucci made it 2-0 after a superb play from from Liam Heelis.

The score remained the same for the rest of the period and the teams headed into the dressing room with Flyers leading 2-0.

Flyers started the second period on the powerplay after Dundee's Gabriel Levesque was called for 2+2 accidental high sticks in the closing seconds in the first period. Just as it appeared Flyers wouldn't capitalise on the man advantage, Danick Gauthier picked up a loose puck at the Stars net and slotted it home to make it 3-0 at 23:39.

A few minutes later Flyers were awarded a penalty shot by referee Toby Craig, Danick Gauthier took the resulting penalty shot and slotted the puck underneath Fullerton in the Stars net to put Flyers 4-0 up at 27:25.

Into the third period and Chase Schaber scored his second goal of the night when he fired a shot from inside the Dundee blueline to make it 5-0 after 44:54.

Further third period goals from Liam Heelis and a hattrick goal from Chase Schaber wrapped up a hugely impressive 7-0 win for the Flyers.

Following Flyers dominant 7-0 win over the Stars, Todd Dutiaume's side travel to Dundee on Sunday needing just 1 point to claim the Gardiner Conference championship title.

FINAL SCORE: Fife Flyers 7 Dundee Stars 0

Fife Flyers Scoring:

Chase Schaber (3+1), Danick Gauthier (2+0), Carlo Finucci (1+2), Liam Heelis (1+1), Ian Young (0+2), Dan Correale (0+1), Jim Jorgensen (0+1), Peter LeBlanc (0+1), Shayne Stockton (0+1)

Fife Flyers Man of the Match:

78: Danick Gauthier

Dundee Stars Scoring:

No Scoring

Dundee Stars Man of the Match:

88: Brian Hart

Shots on Goal:

Andy Iles: P1 - 5, P2 - 3, P3 - 7 Total = 15

Jordan Marr: P1 - N/A, P2 - N/A, P3 - 2 Total = 2

Travis Fullerton: P1 - 8, P2 - 11, P3 - 8 Total = 27

Craig Holland: P1 - N/A, P2 - N/A, P3 - 7 Total = 7

Attendance: 2053


Cardiff Devils Cardiff 45 71
Belfast Giants Belfast 46 70
Glasgow Clan Glasgow 46 58
Nottingham Panthers Nottingham 50 57
Guilford Flames Guildford 48 51
Sheffield Steelers Sheffield 48 50
Fife Flyers Fife 44 49
Dundee Stars Dundee 46 46
Manchester Manchester 47 45
Coventry Blaze Coventry 44 45
MK Lightning MK 46 28
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