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Navy gets crushed again, 6-2.

It was so bad, the refs had to step in and stop the fight.

With JA back in the lineup the Blue Winterfresh team doubled their scoring output for the past three weeks.  After scoring just one goal two weeks ago and zero last week, Blue erupted for two this week in a 6-2 loss. 

"That yellow team should be embarrassed," said Andy Long. 

Fuji played alright with a highlight save coming when he ventured out almost to the blue line to make a save. 

"I wanted him to keep going," said defenseman Ted Miller.  "Hes actually our third best forward."   

The wrong 10 showed up again for the navy team. They fell behind 5-0 to the first place gold team, before Mark D. scored to wreck Mikey V's shutout bid.

"I'm disappointed that my team did not help me get the shutout," said Vieira. "We have alot of selfish players on this team. Starting with the Teal guy."

Teal would make the score 6-1 in the third on his 2nd of the season.

"It's not my job to stop the puck," replied Teal.

"It's not your job to score either," commented Rick Armand.

As bad as the navy team is, they are not in last place.

"We like to look at the glass half full," said Rick Breed. "We're not the worst team. At least not yet."

Jason Kellog finished with 3 goals to lead all scorers, his 5th, 6th, and 7th of the season. We're still not sure how he was picked in the 12th round, just one round ahead of Bob Powell.

There will be a board meeting next week to determine the length of Dustin Silks suspension for a blatant trip on Mark Defilippis.

"If he hadn't of tripped me I was going to put another one into the net," said Defilippis who launched one into the netting protecting the scoreboard in the first period. Bobby Schmautz would have been proud.

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