Randall's and Johnson's big nights helped the Wildcats crush the Kings 7-4

Rc Randall and Hunter Johnson had big nights with 4 points (2 goals, 2 assists) and 5 points (1 goal, 4 assists) respectively as the Jersey Shore Wildcats crushed the Skylands Kings 7-4 in a home game at Skylands Ice World in Jersey Shore. What's more, the Jersey Shore Wildcats' offense had a big night, peppering the Kings with 52 shots throughout the game. The Jersey Shore Wildcats took the lead early in the third on a goal from Michael Gulawsky.

Michael Gulawsky contributed with 3 points (2 goals, 1 assist) and Jacob Bennett had no trouble finding the scoresheet, adding 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist). Craig Garrigan chipped in with 2 goals and Dylan Dinzik delivered for his team with 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist).

In the first period, Gulawsky opened the scoring for the Wildcats with a goal at 5:36 with helpers from teammates Johnson and Dzhangarashev. Garrigan answered for the Kings with a goal at 12:05 with helpers from his linemates, Ford and Vanderhoff. Garrigan netted a goal at 14:57 with assists from his linemates, Vanderhoff and Ford. Randall answered for Jersey Shore with a goal at 19:59 with helpers from his linemates, Johnson and Gulawsky.

During the second, Johnson put in a goal at 6:35 with assists from O’connor and Randall. Randall deposited a goal at 9:01 with helpers from Johnson and Bennett.

In the third, Gulawsky scored what turned out to be the game winning goal at 0:15 with assists from his linemates, Johnson and Randall. Finkel answered for Skylands with a goal at 3:41 with helpers from his linemates, Vanderhoff and Dinzik. Dinzik netted a goal at 17:17 with assists from his linemates, Ford and Vanderhoff. Bennett quickly followed with a goal at 18:36 with a helper from Sesock. Mullen quickly followed with a goal at 19:03 with assists from Dzhangarashev and Colclough.

Jersey Shore’s victory was in no doubt helped out by Sesock as he stopped 21 of the 25 shots he faced. Sesock’s counterpart, Yttereng, also had a big night, managing to stop 45 of 50, but ultimately fell short.

This win brings the Jersey Shore Wildcats’ record to (12-4-0-0).