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Green can't even hook their way to a win, 4-1 Red.

The Red Bearclaws needed to fight their way through hooks and holds, but picked up the easy 4-1 win on Friday.

Jake Silk scored unassisted to open the scoring, valiantly avoiding making a pass to any open teammates, to score the goal.

George Howard then set up Martin Tremblay and the game was tied at 1-1. That would be all the green offense for the day.

"We don't want to tip our hand this early in the season," said Eric Grasso.

In the 2nd Silk scored again, this time he got some help from John Ambrosino.

"It hit my skate, so that counts as an assists," said Ambrosino.

In the third, it was more from the red team, as they looked to take over sole possession of first place. Brandon Poulin danced in and scored on Fuji for a 3-1 lead. Then just two minutes later Rick Bobrycki put the nail in the coffin, when he scored on a lazy shot from the point.

"That puck had eyes," said BBB. "Maybe they were closed, but still it had eyes."

The 4-1 lead was just too much for the green Cream Horns to come back from, and the Bearclaws take over first place again.

"I can't we're wining without Hardy," said Rick Murphy.

For the losing green team, fingers were being pointed.

"Putting me on defense has really hurt our offense," said Darren Aizanman.

That's his story, and he's sticking to it.
   

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