The two teams share first place as BBLL season enters the home stretch
Marty Bowes’ seven goals and two assists led the Blazers as a battle for a share of the first place turned into a blowout 15-7 win over the MegaWhales. In the opener on Dec. 12, it was a nine-point effort from Will Walker that led Bullseye to its own big win, 19-5 over PrimeTime, leaving Bullseye and the Blazers – who have split their two meetings this season – tied atop the standings at 6-2.
Beyond Walker’s 5-goal, 4-assist effort – which moved him into the league’s points lead – Bullseye got three goals and three assists from Adam Fishman, a hat-trick from Vin Curran, a goal and four assists from Justin Turri and multi-point nights from Greg Lally, John Uppgren, and Chris Curtis. Bullseye led 8-0 at halftime and was up 11-0 before PrimeTime finally broke through; PrimeTime had five separate goal scorers on the night.
In the nightcap, Greg Rogowski scored three of the Blazers’ first four goals and Bowes scored four goals and added two helpers as the Blazers raced out to an 11-4 halftime lead. Rogowski finished with five points on the night, Kurt Hunziker added a hat trick, Kyle Baker had three helpers and Randy Fraser contributed a goal and an assist in the win, with Joe Evans having a stellar night in the net, stopping 39 shots on goal as the MegaWhales actually put one more shot on goal...