AA Quarterfinals Week 2 Summary, News (Tavistock Royals Hockey)

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AA Quarterfinals Week 2 Summary
Week 2 of the Royals AA Quarterfinals matchup vs. Minto got underway on the road in Palmerston Friday night with an 8:30 puck drop. 



In the battle of road warriors, this series has yet to see either team win on home ice.  Following a grueling 3 game schedule, the Royals take 2 out of 3 games and a 3-2 series lead behind the steadfast goaltending of #30 Jensen van Boekel who played out all 3 games over the weekend.  

The Royals return to home ice Saturday Feb 18th at 7:30pm in Tavistock with the chance to finish off the series and book a rematch with Seaforth in the AA Semi-finals.  Game 7 (if needed) goes Monday at 2pm in Palmerston.  Our drivethru Pork BBQ will run before the game 4:30-6:30, so come grab a meal and head to the blueline!   1  
519 Sports highlights from Saturday's home game in Tavistock here

Fri @ Minto WIN 5-3
Goal Scorers:
Zilke (assisted by Killing/Sauder)
Gerth (assisted by Cam Leslie/Facey)
Kienapple (assisted by Gerth)
Zilke (assisted by Sauder/Kropf)
Christner (empty netter)

Sat vs. Minto LOSS 4-2
Goal Scorers:
Gerth (assisted by Vulgan/Noyes)
Sauder (assisted by Kienapple)

Sun @ Minto WIN 4-2

Goal Scorers
Gerth (assisted by Vulgan/Kienapple)
Mike Noyes (unassisted)
Kienapple (unassisted)
Mike Noyes (empty netter)
 
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