2016-17 Week Two Recap

​In the first game of hockey, the Hornets took on the Wolf Pack in a back and forth contest. Kevin Konfara continued his pace from last week scoring 10 goals. Wolf Pack forward Anthony Theuer also picked up his 200th career point in the match.

The WCHL's two rookies showed off their skills as well. Wolf Pack forward Piotr Pasik recorded his first two goals, and Hornets forward Torrance Johnson Jr. tallied his first career points, earning three assists in the game. Congrats to both players on this accomplishment.

The Wolf Pack were ultimately done in by late penalties for an illegal line change violation. The Hornets won the game 11-9 moving their early season record to 2-0.
​The second game featured a much lower scoring affair than the first. Former Seal, now Cobra, Jordan Zmich got the better end of her former team picking up three goals in the game.

With minutes left in the game, Seals captain Dean Olivas pulled from the net recorded a goal to draw things closer. Ultimately the Cobras were able to hold on to win 5-3. Both team's records now sit at 1-1. Cobras coach Greg Martin becomes the first coach in WCHL history to earn a win.

Join us at the next game on November 6th at Canfield Arena in Dearborn. The Seals take on the Hornets in a rematch of last years finals, and the Wolf Pack will look to earn their first win of the season as they take on the Cobras.

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