Legends Lookback 18

One Year Ago

Day off

Two Years Ago

Slough Jets made the journey to Bretton to face the Peterborough Phantoms on their home ice.

EPL_PETPeterborough Phantoms 3 Slough Jets 0
English Premier Ice Hockey League & Premier Cup Match

The home team scored the first goal of the night at 5.35 when Thomas Norton netted and despite the teams then trading powerplay opportunities the score remained 1-0 by the first interval.

The 20 shots on goal in the middle period were shared equally and both Damien King and Gregg Rockman made 10 saves each to ensure that the final period started with no addition to the end of the first period score.

2.51 into the final period Ondrej Lauko scored for Peterborough’s making it 2-0 Tom Carlon made it 3-0 with his strike at 46.53. The visitors were shut down to just 2 shots in the final period while the home team managed 14, Rockman saving 12 of them. The home team duly closed out the game for a 3-0 win.

Peterborough stats: Carlon, Lauko 1+1; J Ferrara, Hutchinson 0+2; Norton 1+0. Net: King (60.00) 20/0
Slough stats: Net: Rockman (60.00) 36/3

Period Scores: 1-0/0-0/2-0
Shots on Goal: 20-36
Penalty Minutes: 6-8
Referee: J Solovjovs. Linesmen: T Stephenson & J Earl
Attendance:

Peterborough: King, Norton, Whyte, Line, Hook, Glowa, Pollard, Cownie, J Ferrara, R Ferrara, L Ferrara, Carlon, Balmer, Barber, Hutchinson, Weldon, Lane, Ziedins, Lauko, Sladok
Slough: Scott, Wales, Greener, Barker, Connolly, Davies, Godfrey, Pliskauskas, Kieras, Bruce, Towalski, Milton, Rockman, Valecko, Koulikov, Bakrlik

Three Years Ago

Slough’s first trip of the season to Telford treated the crowd to a great game of ice hockey all the way down to the overtime end.

EPL_TelTelford Tigers 4 Slough Jets 5 (OT)
League & Cup Match

Dan Davies made it 0-1 and got the visitors off to a great start at 4.20 and in a penalty free quick progressing period Doug Sheppard made it 0-2 at 16.46. Juraj Senko pulled a goal back for the home team with 1.55 left in the first period and the opening 20 minutes ended 1-2.

Scott McKenzie levelled the game at 20.21 and soon after Slough were penalty killing when Ryan Watt served a slashing minor following by a cross checking minor penalty to Terry Miles. Adam Greener and Andrew McKinney both got double roughing minors at 30.28 and then with 2.01 left in the period Slough converted their second powerplay of the game and Sheppard made it 2-3. Darius Pliskauskas also found the back of the net at 39.13 and the visitors enjoyed the second interval with a 2 goal lead.

Telford killed off a penalty in the opening 10 minutes of the period and Adam Calder started serving a 10 minute misconduct at 44.53. Before his return Telford scored the two necessary goals to equalise with McKinney scoring at 53.13 and Joe Henry scoring at 53.47.As regulation time ended both teams prepared for overtime.

Slough took 1.20 to get the first shot of overtime and Dan Davies shot turned out to be the only one necessary as he made it 4-5.

Telford: Henry, McKenzie 1+1; Hornak 0+2; Senko, McKinney 1+0; Janak, Watkins, Bruce 0+1. Net: Ryan (61.20) 39/5
Slough: Sheppard 2+1; Pliskauskas 1+2; Davies 2+0; Kieras 0+2; Carlon, Watt, J Greener 0+1. Net: Rockman (61.20) 40/4

Period scores: 1-2/1-2/2-0/0-1
Shots On Goal: 39-40
Penalty Minutes: 10-18
Referee: D Boardman. Linesmen: K Biggs & D Beresford
Attendance:

Four Years Ago

With a home win over Peterborough under their belts Slough Jets journied down the A3 do face the Guildford Flames at Spectrum Ice.

EPL_GUIGuildford Flames 2 Slough Jets 4
Dave Cloutman took charge of the game and it was the home team who took the first penalty at 9.12 but after the advantage Scott Spearing put the visitors ahead with the opening goal at 15.11. Sough dominated the opening period outshooting their opponents 13-5

The second period saw competition ramped up when Martin Masa scored at 28.52 levelling the game. Slava Koulikov soon gave Slough back the lead at 32.04 and with 48 seconds left in the period Blaz Emersic made it 1-3 leaving the home team an uphill task in the final period.

David Longstaff gave the home team hope with their second goal at 47.57 but Joe Greener sealed victory for Slough in the 53rd minute, beating Hala at 52.27. A late penalty to Adam Greener saw Paul Dixon call his time-out and eventually Guildford pulled Hala at 59.00 but even the final 60 seconds with the extra skater they failed to close the gap.

Guildford: Longstaff, Masa 1+0; Dixon, Graham, Smital, Towe 0+1. Net: Hala (59.00) 34/4 & Empty Net (1.00) 0/0
Slough: Emersic, Spearing, Koulikov, J Greener 1+0; Sheppard, Davies, Bowman, Pliskauskas, S Thompson 0+1. Net: Rockman (60.00) 30/2

Period Scores: 0-1/1-2/1-1
Shots On Goal: 34-30
Penalty Minutes: 18-6
Referee: D Cloutman. Linesmen: S Davies, C Davies
Attendance:

Five Years Ago

Slough Jets made the long journey to Manchester for the first time to face the EPIHL newcomers

EPL_MANManchester Phoenix 1 Slough Jets 6
Both teams offered up powerplay opportunities in a fast first period but neither capitalised and the period ended 0-0.

Slough did the damage in the second period when they rattled in four goals to leave the home team an enormous feat in the third period. Joe Greener opened up at 22.16 to be followed by Blaz Emersic 23.22, forcing Manchester onto the back foot. While Slough dominated the period it was at 32.24 that Emersic netted again and when Peter Poljacek scored 7 minutes later that made it 0-4 at the end of the middle period.

Slough again took control of the third period, sending away 17 shots on goal and only conceding 6. Ciaran Long made it 0-5 at 45.41 before Ed Courtenay finally got the home team a tally at 46.46. The games final goal went to the visits from Dan Davies and Slough completed a comprehensive 1-6 win over one of the league favourites.

Manchester: Courtenay 1+0; Hand, Hagelberg 0+1. Net: Fone (60.00) 38/6
Slough: Emersic 2+1; Davies, Poljacek, Long, J Greener 1+1; A Greener, Jasik, Ward, Knight 0+1. Net: Rockman (60.00) 27/1

Period Scores: 0-0/0-4/1-2
Shots On Goal: 38-27
Penalty Minutes: 6-6
Time-outs: – / –
Referee: S Wardell. Linesmen: L Hetherington & L Sewell
Attendance: 927

Updated: October 26, 2014 — 10:51 pm