NCDC Roundup: Dec. 2, 2023

P.A.L. Jr. Islanders 2, Jersey Hitmen 1 

The Jr. Islanders improved to 15 straight wins, one short of a three-way tie for the second longest winning streak in NCDC history (16, twice by the 2017-18 Islanders Hockey Club). Ty Broad and Ryan Franks (GWG) registered the scores for the Jr. Islanders and Nicholas Bevilacqua stopped 25 of 26 for the win.


Northern Cyclones 2, Twin City Thunder 0

Logan Abric made 44 saves for the shutout win against Twin City. Michael Markowski registered assists on both goals by Charlie Zetterqvist and newly acquired NCDC veteran Ian Duffy, who scored in his first game as a Cyclone.


Islanders Hockey Club 5, Utica Jr. Comets 1

The host Islanders got goals from five different goal-scorers, and Tikhon Ashikhmin had two assists to lead the way in points. Frank Murphy stopped 27 of 28 for the victory in net.


South Shore Kings 4, Boston Junior Bruins 2

Culin Wilson scored twice and Nathan Stachowiak registered two assists, while Ryan Keyes posted 34 saves on 36 shots for a Kings win. Jackson Delleo was impressive in scoring both Boston Junior Bruins goals.


Connecticut Jr. Rangers 1, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights 0

Primo Baldassare stopped all 41 shots he faced from the WBS Knights, who outshot the Jr. Rangers. Mason Moore scored the only goal standing up as the GWG in the second period.


Mercer Chiefs 3, Rockets Hockey Club 1

Kal Essenmacher scored a goal and added an assist to help the Chiefs in a tight all-New Jersey game on Saturday. Dominick Gatto stopped 40 of 41 shots for the big win in net.


Utah Outliers 5, Idaho Falls Spud Kings 1

Makar Klochkov put up two goals and two assists to help the Outliers take a big victory and Garrett Joss dished out three assists. Philip Rondina made 24 saves on 25 shots.


Pueblo Bulls 4, Rock Springs Grizzlies 1

Jack Hanson had a goal and an assist and Beau Altman made 40 saves on 41 shots for the big victory in Rock Springs.


Provo Predators 5, Ogden Mustangs 2

The Predators got their second victory of the weekend against Ogden, with Nicholas Noble scoring two goals and Lucca Ori posting two assists. Tyler Johnson had a 1-1-2 line, while in net Ryan Henry stopped 46 of 48 shots.