Goalies Steal The Show

Oct 2, 2020 | Craig Peterson

A wide angle shot of two youth hockey teams lined up for a center ice face-off.

Game of the Week ends in low-scoring affair thanks to stellar goaltending

Austin Caley of Dallas Stars Elite and Philadelphia Jr. Flyers’ Nick Radcliffe stymied shooters all morning long during our first ever 2005 Game of the Week. The two netminders combined for 44 saves in this one, as Radcliffe allowed the lone goal of the game in a 1-0 final.

DSE’s Scotty Moritz scored the only tally with 8:14 left in the second period off of a beautiful backdoor pass from Connor Lee; the only blemish for either goaltender in this low-scoring affair.




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