Cabrini moves to 2-0 after the defeat of the Red Hawks. In D3 action the juggernaut #4 Cabrini Cavaliers moved to 2-0 with a resounding,14-6 victory over Montclair State in Montclair, New Jersey. Cabrini held the Red Hawks to just three goals in the first three quarters.
Drew Supinski set up Teewaaraton Candidate, Ty Kostack (4g) 1:51 in and the Cavaliers were on their way. Kyle Tucker (3a)set up Mike Gerzabek (3g,1a) :59 later to boost Cabrini to a two goal advantage. Joe Covino (1g) took it upon himself to cut the lead to 2-1.
Cabrini fired back with markers from Jake Huey (1g), Tucker assisting on a Jake Klein (1g,1a) goal with Matt LoParo (1g) ending the first with Cabrini in front, 5-1. Gerzabek made it 6-1 before Tyler McGreery (2g) stop the bleeding to get Montclair within 4 at 6-2.
At that point, Cabrini blew things wide open. Supinski set up Kostack, then Gerzabek returned the favor for Supinski (1g,4a), Kostack, once again set up by Supinski on the man up with Griffin Shira (1g) and Dan Bennett (2g) closing the half with the visitors large and in charge, 9-2.
A pair from Kostack, singles from Shira and Bennett secured a victory, 13-2. Robert Brennan (1g) brought an end to the third, 13-3. McCreery and Christian Boyle (1g,2a) nailed back-to-back tallies to get it 13-5 before Gerzabek stopped the run to notch the 14th Cabrini goal with Boyle feeding Aidan Maxwell (1g) to close the scoring, 14-6.
Dis and Dat
Shots favored Cabrini, 58-23 with Kostack and Gerzabek combining for 22. On Goal favored the Cavs, 37-13. Matt McLaren turned aside an unworldly 23 Cabrini tries. Cabrini won the Ground Ball battle, 41-31 with face-offs being even at 11-11. Cabrini travels to Sea Gull Stadium to battle the #5 Salisbury Sea Gulls on Friday. LaxPhilly will have all the details. Cabrini moves to 2-0 after the defeat of the Red Hawks.
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The same day the Philadelphia Flyers won the Cup, the Philadelphia Wings were introduced to Neibauer and Philadelphia.
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A published writer in JustHockey Magazine, Kevin covered the American Hockey League as well as a monthly story on a pugilist where Kevin used the pen name, The Rink Rat. Neibauer turned his attentions to lacrosse for a few years and does his part, whether podcasting or writing to grow the game. Kevin branched out to his roots and currently provides insight for all Philadelphia teams for Edge of Philly as well as his full-time duties with LaxPhilly.