|Date:||October 21, 2009|
|Teams:||Calgary Bronks — 5|
|At:||Calgary Royals Gold — 4|
This was a fun game to watch. Both teams played a hard aggressive game. The action was back and forth throughout with the Bronks getting the edge simply by having player like Jamal Watson and Cole Ully, who shoot the puck on net from anywhere.
Although they were badly outshot 15-4 in the first period, the Royals led 2-1 until the Bronks scored with seven seconds remaining. The Royals took over in the second but were not able to pull away from the Bronks as the score at the end of two was 4-4.
The third period saw much of the same back and forth action as the previous two frames. The Bronks took over during the last ten minutes but the turning point was when speedy Royals forward, Tanner Ockey got a breakaway from centre. Tanner pulled away from Bronks defender, made a nice move but was stopped by Nick Crisanti. Minutes later, with under a minute to go the Bronks’ defender Griffin Mumby scored the game winner.
12 Cole Ully (F) — Cole had a very good game. Cole led the Bronks with two goals and an assist. He was also a huge part of the game winning goal, planting himself in front of the Royals goalie, causing the screen. Cole works hard in all zones and in the corners. His speed and stick handling make him a dangerous offensive threat. Cole also showed in this game that he’s not afraid of the physical side of the game.
Calgary Royals Gold
19 Spencer Kryczka (F) — Spencer had a solid game for the Calgary Royals Gold. Throughout the game Spencer was involved in the play whether hitting, scoring or keeping the play alive in the offensive zone. Spencer used his size and strength to his advantage. He is easily able to hold off defenders and protect the puck.