Maine Hockey Journal

Team Black wins the inaugural all-star game

Hallowell, ME– The Maine Moose of the International Junior Hockey League hosted the first annual Maine Moose High School All-Star game at the Kennebec Ice Arena Sunday evening.

It was all Team Black in the early going and came away with the 8-3 victory over Team White. Sam Guimond of Portland High School Brennan Shaw of Presque Isle, and Brett Glasheen of the Maine Moose each had two goals.

The two got the scoring started in the first. Guimond fired a shot past Lewiston netminder Cam Poussard’s shoulder at the 2:23 mark of the first period. Casey Parker of St. Dom’s got the lone assist. At the 11:43 mark, Shaw got an unassisted tally.

Poussard let in two goals on ten shots. Derek Duff of John Bapst made six saves in the twenty minutes he saw.

The second was more of the same for the Black. Jake Rutt of Scarborough found the back of the cage beating Cody Petit of Biddeford at the 5:34 mark. Steve Roulliard of Leavitt High School set the marker up. Just over eight minutes later, Nick Fornwalt of South Portland gave Black the 4-0 lead. Waterville’s Matt Lee and Joey White of Biddeford got the assists.

Guimond got his second of the contest with 2:07 to play in the second stanza. Casey Parker and White picked up their second assists on the play.

Chris Howe of Gardiner stopped all 14 shots he faced in the second period for Team Black. Petit also stopped 14 shots on 17 chances for the White team.

Travis Roy finalist, Mike Chase of Falmouth got White on the board 20 seconds into the final act. He made a spin-a-roma like move to beat Jesse Little of Winslow. Joey York of Kennebunk cut the Black’s lead to 5-2 at the 4:15. CJ Maskut of Thornton Academy and Spencer Texiera set the tally up.

Black came back with a goal from Brett Glasheen, one of three Maine Moose participating in the event. Rutt and Roulliard added the assists just before the 11 minute mark.

Andy Harrington also of the Moose got White’s third and final marker at the 12:21 mark of the third. It was an unassisted effort.

With 1:27 to play, Shaw got his second of the game when he beat Falmouth’s goaltender Jay Hurdman. Hunter Wood and Fornwalt got the helpers.

As time expired, Glasheen squeezed one past the goal line. Wood got the only helper.

Hurdman made 19 saves on 22 shots for Team White. Little turn aside 12 shots for Team Black.

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