Success on the road continues for the Warriors as they skated to a 4-2 win against the home team last night. The Warriors faced two former team mates in Thomas Frazee and then man behind the mask, Jeff Bosch. The Warriors fired 32 shots Bosch's way. Thomas Heemskerk seen 33 shots.
Scoring for the tribe was rookie forward, Sam Fioretti in the last few seconds of the first period of play. Matt Needham managed to score just before the Fioretti goal for a score of 1-1 after one.
On to the second frame, d-man Kendall McFaull banked his first of the season from fellow blue liner, Collin Bowman five minutes in. Jesse Paradis followed up the McFaull goal only minutes later for a score of 3-1.
Third period would get intense for both clubs as Thomas Frazee managed the second goal to bring the home team with in one. With a few untimely penalties, the Warriors found themselves with a 2 man disadvantage in the final few tense minutes. Thomas Heemskerk stood in tall, while Captain Edwards managed to get by all six opposing players and find the empty net for fourth and final goal.
Warriors went 0/4 on the PP and 4/4 on the PK. Spencer Edwards was named the games first star, with rookie Sam Fioretti taking home second star. Joey Kornelsen continued to add to his road point's with another assist.
The warriors are 4-1 on the road trip with two stops left. The team will visit the Rockets, former team of defensemen Collin Bowman and lastly the Kootenay Ice on Friday.