Legends Lookback 33

One Year Ago

Slough Jets started and double weekend against the Milton Keynes Lightning with a road trip to Coventry to face their opponents on their borrowed home ice.

EPL_MILMilton Keynes Lightning 7 Slough Jets 1
English Premier Ice Hockey League Match

A tough start to the game saw the home team rack up a lead, starting with Janne Jokila netting at 5.32, followed by Ross Bowers at 5.45 and Jokila scored his second at 8.29. A powerplay strike at 13.27 from Tom Carlon was followed by an even strength goal at 16.35 from the same player. With 2.23 left in the period Brandon Miles scored his first goal with an assist from Conor Redmond and a first assist for Liam Underdown on debut.

A second period shut out by both netminders ensured the final period started just the same as the second had but two goals just past the midway point sealed the win. Leigh Jamieson made it 6-1 at 50.30 and for the second time in the night a 13 second margin separated goals at Blaz Emersic scored from Jokila at 50.43 and the game progressed scoreless from there on.

Milton Keynes: Jokila 2+2; Emersic 1+3; Carlon 2+0; Jamieson, Bowers 1+0; Russell, Cownie, Lascek, Carr, Green, Farn 0+1. Net: Hedley (60.00) 25/1
Slough: Miles 1+0; Underdown, Redmond 0+1. Net: Milton (60.00) 32/7

Period scores: 5-1/0-0/2-0
Shots On Goal: 25-32
Penalty Minutes: 6-6
Referee: J Johnston. Lines: A Von Haselburg Palyvou & L Broadbelt
Attendance:

Two Years Ago

The Slough Jets hosted the Manchester Phoenix for the last senior hockey game at the Hangar in 2012.

EPL_MANSlough Jets 3 Manchester Phoenix 4
English Premier Ice Hockey League Match

Slough Jets broke the scoring deadlock after just 6.55 with Darius Pliskauskas netting a powerplay goal from Mindy Kieras and Tomas Valecko while the visitors served an icing infraction penalty. Slough failed to capitalise on their second powerplay opportunity but at 19.59 Frantisek Barklik made it 2-0 when his shot found the back of the net a fraction of a second before the buzzer sounded with Valecko and Kieras again assisting.

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Lewis Cleveland

Slough killed off a penalty to Matt Towalski and then went on to make it 3-0 when Pliskauskas scored at 31.04 for his second strike of the night. Tom Duggan broke the shut-out at 37.25 finishing from James Archer and the second interval was taken with the home team leading 3-1.

Neither team capitalised on early 4 on 4 opportunity time in the third period but Luke Boothroyd made it 3-2 at 48.24, just 30 seconds after Slough believed to have scored at the other end of the ice only to see their “goal” disallowed. Ondrej Pozivil completed the come back at 57.34 to make it 3-3 and a long range dump in from Tony Hand proved the game winner as the puck found the back of the net at 58.53. Slava Koulikov called the home team time-out but from the re-start they managed only 10 seconds of empty net as Bakrlik picked up at slashing penalty with just 8 seconds to go.

Slough stats: Pliskauskas 2+0; Bakrlik 1+1; Kieras, Valecko 0+2. Net: Rockman (59.50) 38/4 & Empty Net (0.10) 0/0
Manchester stats: Hand 1+1; Archer 0+2; Boothroyd, Duggan, Pozivil 1+0; Bentham, Campbell, Long 0+1. Net: Fone (60.00) 32/3

Period scores: 2-0/1-1/0-3
Shots On Goal: 38-32
Penalty Minutes: 12-6
Referee: J Solovjovs. Linesmen: J Earl & P Brooks
Attendance: 381

Slough: Scott, Wales, Greener, Barker, Connolly, Davies, Hutchinson, Godfrey, Towalski, Rose, Pliskauskas, Kieras, Milton, B Miles, Rockman, Valecko, Koulikov, Bakrlik
Manchester: Archer, Boothroyd, Flaten, Hand, Neil, Psurny, Wood, Duggan, Bentham, Fone, El-Hage, Campbell, Pozivil, McKenzie, Long, McKinney

Three Years Ago

Slough Jets’ final home game of 2011 was against the visiting Manchester Phoenix with both teams playing missing players.

EPL_MANSlough Jets 9 Manchester Phoenix 0
League Match

Slough Jets scored 3.49 into the game with Adam Calder finishing at 3.49. The teams traded powerplay opportunities throughout the period but the home team retained their goal advantage at the 20 minute buzzer.

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Lewis Cleveland

The middle period saw Slough win the game with 6 unanswered goals. Doug Sheppard stepped up for his first at 23.39, and Calder bagged his second 1.21 later. Dan Davies beat Fone at 28.58 and Ryan Watt scored at 29.44 prompting the visitors to take their time-out. Sheppard’s second at 30.40 made it 6-0 and when Watt netted his second at 36.59 he completed the middle period whitewash.

Slough continued their dominance in the third period and Mark Galazzi scored his first goal of the season on the powerplay at 44.24 and when Sheppard netted again at 49.28 he completed his hat-trick. The remainder of the game was then about Gregg Rockman’s shut-out which he completed after 35 shots at the final hooter.

Slough: Sheppard 3+1; Calder 2+2; Watt 2+1; Galazzi 1+1; Carlon 0+3; Pliskauskas, Kieras, J Greener 0+2; Davies 1+0; Symonds 0+1. Net: Rockman (60.00) 35/0
Manchester: Net: Fone (60.00) 35/9

Period scores: 1-0/6-0/2-0
Shots On Goal: 35-35
Penalty Minutes: 18-10
Referee: R Szucs. Linesmen: S Hogarth & T Stephenson
Attendance:

Four Years Ago

Day Off

Five Years Ago

Slough Jets welcomed Manchester Phoenix for their final home game of 2009 missing Peter Jasik, Zoran Kozic and Ciaran Long.

EPL_MANSlough Jets 7 Manchester Phoenix 1
After exchanging powerplay opportunities it was the home team who got the scoring started at 16.00 when Slava Koulikov found the back of the net for a 1-0 period.

The second half of the second period saw Slough take the game after dominating the first 10 minutes. Peter Poljacek scored at 31.47 and again at 32.23. Dan Davies converted a powerplay at 36.24 making it 4-0 and Joe Greener scored at 38.10 before Poljacek completed his hat-trick with 44 seconds remaining in the period.

The final period saw Slough ease off but Joe Greener netted his second at 43.25 converting a powerplay before Ed Courtenay finally broke the shut-out at 52.48.

Slough: Emersic 0+5; Poljacek 3+1; J Greener 2+1; Koulikov 1+2; Davies 1+1; Melichar 0+2; Thompson 0+1. Net: Rockman (60.00) 36/1
Manchester: Courtenay 1+0; Hand, Walker 0+1. Net: Sumerfield (60.00) 46/7

Period Scores: 1-0/5-0/1-1
Shots On Goal: 36-46
Penalty Minutes: 6-10
Time-outs: – / –
Referee: R Szucs. Linesmen: R Boot & T Perring
Attendance: 344

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