Cows get milked again, 4-3 Chickens.
The lowly Cows kept it respectable.
Then again the Chickens really weren't trying and gave plenty of ice
time to guys like Bob Powell and Mike Raimo, more ice time than
usual, as they easily improve to 3-0.
"We played them tough", said Rick Murphy who scored one of the Cow
goals, "But that team should be ashamed of themselves. We tripled
our seasons goal output against them in one game."
"The bad news is we lost, but the good news is I'm tied for third in
team scoring", said a pointless Mike Saia.
"We need to work on protecting the lead" said Goalie Fuji, "Two of
the three games we scored first, and the other, not at all. I cant
get a shutout every week for us to win or tie."
After Murphy put the green team up 1-0, Rick Armand tied it for the
Chickens. In the 2nd, Joe Smith and Chris Caruso took turns setting
each other up for a 3-1 lead.
Armand felt so bad for Onello, that he slid the puck to Tony for an
easy open net goal at the corner of the net.
"I don't even want this goal, you so did that on purpose Rick,"
Phatt Deskin, who was questionable, made it 4-2 and that was that.
The D.A. had a late Kotex point for the Cows, but by that time they
The Cows have now scored 4 goals in their first three games.
"We're right on pace to what we all expected after they handed me
the opening day roster," said Onello. "We may even be overachieving
The Chickens are a perfect 3-0 and mustering 15 goals in 3 tries.
Next week is the back end of the home and home, so the Chix should
improve to 4-0.
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