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No stopping Phatt or the lesser Ambrosino, 6-3 Wackers.

It was best vs worst in the south rink on Friday, and after a close game early, it also went south.

Phatt Deskin opened the scoring, scoring on a rebound of a Luke Steigerwald shot. 1:27 later, the same duo combined for an identical goal and it was 2-0. But before the first period ended, the Chippers showed some life as Todd Nichol scored a rare goal.

In the 2nd Deskin completed the hat trick on a clean breakaway for a 3-1 lead.

"You have no idea how many calories I'm burning today, good thing there's breakfast today," said Phatt.

Later in the period a shot by Rick Armand hit Mike Raimo and went in, and navy had cut the lead to 3-2. That's when it went south for the last place team. The best C player in the league would score for red and it was 4-2 headed into period three.

"I now have more goals this season than JA," laughed John Ambrosino. "What a great Father's Day gift."

Ryan Collins and Dustin Silk tacked on third period goals for the red Wackers and that was that. A late breakaway goal by Rick Armand accounted for the 6-3 final.

"It wasn't a breakaway, it was a 2 on 0," explained Lloyd. "I was right next to him the entire way."

"I saw someone on my team out of the corner of my eye, but I thought it was one of my kids, so I took the shot myself," replied Rick Armand.

Red is now 8-0 and has pretty much wrapped up home ice throughout the playoffs.

Navy is blowing bubbles at the bottom of the pool.


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