With the Glades still seeking their first sweep of the year, they entered the weekend looking to take a possible four points from the New England Huskies.
The first game of the weekend was definitely an exciting one.
The Glades were up on the board first.
Midway through the first Glades veteran defenseman, Connor Hale, blasted a shot from the point beating the Huskies’ tender.
Shortly after, the Huskies knotted the score up at one a piece before heading to the locker room for the first intermission.
The Glades would find themselves in a rut during the Second.
Powerplay struggles continued to haunt the Glades, going 0 for 5 in the second period alone. With discouragement overwhelming the team, the Huskies took advantage and netted three unanswered goals in the Second.
They would enter the Third period with a demanding 4-1 lead.
However the Glades would come out with a bang, resulting in an early goal from assistant captain, Sam Pinsler.
The play would go back and forth for the remainder of the period.
The Glades’ chances of getting two points were dwindling.
With 1:30 left in the third, the Glades would pull there goalie in hopes of a comeback.
The Glades would get one goal closer when rookie forward Christian Lampasso buried a beautiful wrap-around goal.
Momentum was definitely on the Glades side.
They would keep goaltender Dylan Troiano pulled, in an attempt to tie the game up.
With just 24 seconds left, Glades’ leading goal scorer Dominic Trento buried the tying goal. The Glades would send the game to overtime, and win in stunning fashion.
Defenseman Zach White would pick up his second point of the night and fire one past Huskies’ goaltender for the 5-4 overtime win.
After a huge comeback win on Friday night, the Glades would carry that energy into the second game. Defenseman Zach White would keep his goal streak alive and score off of a backdoor play on the powerplay. Evan Schultz would keep the momentum alive by capitalizing off of another powerplay opportunity. The Huskies would fight back in the closing seconds of the first, and sneak one by Glades’ Dylan Troiano. Huskies would carry the momentum into the Second period, and the Glades would have another Twenty minute letdown. After scoring two powerplay goals and one even strength, the Huskies would have a commanding 4-2 lead heading into the third and final period of the weekend set. Huskies came out quick and scored their third powerplay goal of the game. The Glades would try and form another comeback win. Glades’ Forward Dominic Trento would score on a powerplay one-timer, and shortly after captain Kyle Nelson would close the margin to one goal. With one minute remaining, the Glades would pull Troiano in hopes of a repeat of the night before. The Huskies would avoid the swept however, and score an empty netter to give them a 6-4 win.
The Green Mountain Glades head to Hooksett on Wednesday for a match up against the New Hampshire Jr Monarchs, and then to South Shore for a two game weekend set against the Kings.