Reno Pond Hockey took on 4 Seasons. It was game 9 for Reno Pond Hockey. There are now only 2 games left in the regular season for Reno Pond Hockey. The game took place on December 1, 2021 at 10:45PM at Reno Ice. This was the latest game Reno Pond Hockey has had to play this season.
Reno Pond Hockey was coming off of a big 5-4 win against Hyundai N-Line. Reno Pond Hockey was 4-4-0. Reno Pond Hockey sat in 6th place in the standings. 4 Seasons were coming off of a 7-5 win against Blue Moon. 4 Seasons were on a 3 game winning streak. 4 Seasons were 3-5-0. They were in 9th place in the standings. Reno Pond Hockey has not faced 4 Seasons before. They are a new team this season.
Reno Pond Hockey scored first. #35 Clint McCoy stopped the puck on the doorstep keeping 4 seasons from tiring the game. 4 Seasons thought it was a goal but it never crossed the line. Reno Pond Hockey got a 2-0 lead before 4 Seasons would score. Reno Pond Hockey would end the first period 4-1 with 4 goals from #71 Dominic Hyer. #8 Marty Harsin would start the scoring in the second period. He gave Reno Pond Hockey 5-1 lead in what would be the game winning goal. He had a beautiful bar down goal on a breakaway to help Reno Pond Hockey win. 4 Seasons Would make it 5-2 to end the second period. Reno Pond Hockey had plenty of chances but just couldn’t find the back of the net for the rest of the game. 4 Seasons scored 2 to bring the game within 1 goal. Despite pulling their goalie they were unable to tie the game. Reno Pond Hockey got their second 5 to 4 win in a row.
Reno Pond Hockey are now 3-0-0 this season when they score first. It was another good team win. Despite #71 Dominic Hyer getting 4 out of 5 goals it was not a one man show. Reno Pond Hockey got plenty of odd man rushes and break aways. The defense for 4 Seasons at times was non existent. Reno Pond Hockey was skating right through them at times. 4 Seasons defenders were caught flat footed a bunch of times. They were giving up break aways from the offensive blue line. Reno Pond Hockey was dominate at times but by not capitalizing on their chances they allowed 4 Seasons to stay in the game and bring the game within 1 goal.
*The stats aren’t 100% accurate.
Reno Pond Hockey is currently in a playoff spot. The race is close enough that one game could change that. Reno Pond Hockey will probably be fighting for a playoff spot up until the end of the regular season. If the playoffs started today Reno Pond Hockey would play the Slappy Gilmores for a chance to play Cruz Construction in the semi-finals.
Reno Pond Hockey at Remo Sriracha
Location: Reno Ice