The Dundalk Bulls put another win in the bag of the IIHL season

The Dundalk Bulls put another win in the bag of the IIHL season. Scoring the winner after only 2.08 of the opening period by Jiri Mojak assisted by Michal Minarach. Sean Dooley got Dundalk s insurance goal on 7.41 assisted by Kenny Remond.

Mojak gave the Bulls a three-goal cushion with his second of the night with Steve Balmer finishing the opening period scores. In the Middle stanza Sean Dooley started is goal spree netting a hat trick on the way along with a pair from Kenny Redmond, Bill McKiernan and Alexsades Fjodorous and a single goal from Marek Bailly.

A comfortable win for the Bulls at 13-0 with the goals against statistics on either of the Bulls puck stoppers Adam Pepper and Christian Ajnesjo. They will n being very merger.

In the first every match up between the new formed Tesco Junior Giants and the Bulls under sixteen squad of a similar age played in the Dundalk Ice Dome before the main attraction (Giants vs. Phoenix).

Junior Giants skated to a controlled win against the newly formed Bulls squads. In a closely fought game Lazar Zbravkovic wearing the Giants number three-shirt matched his number with a hat trick of goals.

The 15 year old who is a new comer to Ireland after his father took a lecturer’s job in Ulster University. Lazar is the real thing and could be knocking on the Giants door for one of the local spots very soon.

A goal a piece from Andrew McGill, Adam Patience, and Colin Grimason finished the Junior Giants scoring. The Junior Giants goalie Scott Bickerstaff got the shutout.

Talking with the Chairman John Bickerstaff after the game where he stated. “I was quite impressed on their level of play after such a short time together. A goods start to the season for us and we are looking forward to the Scottish League competition”.

The junior Bulls with some more practises under their skates will be a forced to be reckoned with.

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