Clippers Shut-Out Camden Hills

Dan Latham picked up his second shut-out in as many games as Yarmouth cruised to a 3-0 victory over Camden Hills. The Clippers largely dominated play, but struggled to establish an offensive zone cycle or quality scoring opportunities when playing  5 v 5 in Camden Hills’ zone.

In the opening period, Spencer King ’20 went bar-down on a power play goal that would prove to be the game-winner.  Dom Morrill ’18 and Cooper May ’18 picked up the assists.

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King celebrates his power play goal

In the second period, defenseman Sam Marjerison ’19 rifled a shot from the point to extend the lead to two.  Youssef Ayad ’18 and Will Giese ’20 were credited with the assists.

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Marjerison picked up Yarmouth’s second goal

In the final period, Michael Guertler ’19 banged home a loose puck for the final 3-0 score with assists from Kurt Heywood ’19 and Joe Truesdale ’18.

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Guertler with the final goal of the game

On Monday, February 12th, the Clippers will take on Edward Little High School in make-up game at Norway Savings Bank Arena.  Game time is 3:40 pm.

Media:

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Graden Caulfield ’18 looks to move the puck up the ice
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Jack Buthy ’20 with good stick-on-puck defense

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