MELBOURNE – Tim Crowder scored four goals and two goals to Aiden Sillato saw the Sydney Ice Dogs win a high scoring game over the Melbourne Ice 7-6 at the O’Brien Icehouse on Sunday afternoon.
The first goal for Crowder was scored at 3:09 of the second period, with Grant Toulmin and Dylan Manierka-Quaile picking up the assists. The second goal for Crowder was scored at 15:36 of the third period, with Dylan Manierka-Quaile and Grant Toulmin picking up the assists. Crowder’s third goal came at 14:13 of the third period, with Paul Crowder and Dylan Manierka-Quaile picking up the assists. The fourth goal for Crowder, which was the game winning goal, was scored at 3:58 of the third period, with Paul Crowder and Grant Toulmin picking up the assists.
Sillato scored his first goal at 12:01 of the first period, with Dylan Manierka-Quaile and James Marino picking up the assists. Sillato scored his second goal, a power play goal, at 14:26 of the third period, with Paul Crowder and Tim Crowder picking up the assists.
Dylan Manierka-Quaile scored one goal and four assists for five points, Paul Crowder got four assists for four points, and Grant Toulmin got three assists for three points.
Lliam Webster, Tom Powell and Mackenzie Caruana all scored one goal each and one assist each for two points.
Todd Graham and Matt Armstrong each got two assists for two points.
Nicholas Novysedlak was the winning goalie for Sydney Ice Dogs, making 29 saves on 35 shots, for a Save Percentage of 0.829. James Downie was the losing goalie for Melbourne Ice, making 35 saves on 42 shots, for a Save Percentage of 0.833.