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Akwesasne Warriors fall short against Outlaws in New Jersey
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Akwesasne Warriors fall short against Outlaws in New Jersey
The New Jersey Outlaws took on the Akwesasne Warriors on Saturday night at the Ice Vault and skated to a 7-2 win against the defending Federal Hockey League champs.
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Wayne - December 11, 2011 - The New Jersey Outlaws took on the Akwesasne Warriors on Saturday night at the Ice Vault and skated to a 7-2 win against the defending Federal Hockey League champs.

For the Outlaws, it marked their 12th straight win. It was the first meeting between the two teams. The Outlaws got on the board first in the first period and then the Warriors tied it. At the end of the first period the Outlaws had a 2-1 lead.

New Jersey scored two goals in the second period and Akwesasne didn't score any. The third period New Jersey scored three goals and Akwesasne scored one.

Reese scored the first goal for the Outlaws and was assisted by Snyder and Mori. Battaglia scored the second goal and was assisted by Mori and Reese. Oke scored the next two goals, one was unassisted and the other was assisted by Reese and Miller. Battaglia scored his second goal of the game for the fifth Outlaws goal. Barr and Zaleski scored the final two goals for the Outlaws. It was Zaleski's first goal of the season. The goals were unassisted. The Warriors goals were scored by Dagenais who is a former NHL player and is dominating the league in goals and points.

Deschatelets scored the other goal for the Warriors.

Akwesasne was 0-5 on the power play and New Jersey was 4-13 on the power play. The Outlaws outshot the Warriors 53-29. Dan McWhinney got the win in the net for the Outlaws. There were a couple of big fights and it got a little rough at the end of the second period.


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