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TFS P-BB Goalies earn their keep
Submitted By Mike Rolph on Sunday, January 19, 2020
The Taylor Fluid Systems Aces had two games this weekend; first against the Waterloo Ravens the second against Huron Heat. The Aces vs Ravens game was played at the Duff on Saturday. Neumeister got the nod for this game, her first game back from being down and out with the flu, but you couldn’t tell, she played an excellent game denying all 14 shots except one that snuck its way through early in the third period.

The Aces didn’t get on the score board until the 6 minute mark in the second period.  The play started in the natural zone, Paige Campbell regrouped the puck back to Devan Tayler who fed the puck to Jarmuth who found her way to the dot and let one rip to find the back of the net. Four minutes later Grace Laverty strategically dumped the puck in to the offensive zone, Ella Taylor pick up the dump in and passed to a waiting Olivia Van Straaten who was at the top of the circle, Van Straaten fired a hard shot which would find the back of the net to put the Aces up by two. The next goal was a needed goal. The Aces were only up by one and being attacked hard by the Ravens. Paige Campbell was driving the net hard for the rebound which came out right to her and she made no mistake for the insurance goal. Assist awarded to Jarmuth. The Aces finished the game with a 3-1 victory and earned two points.

 

The second game this weekend was against the Heat. From past history everyone knew this was going to be a tough game; the girls were going to have to play as one cohesive team to earn the two points. Sloan Cameron was in net this game and was tested more than she had been in a while. Every now and again a team will lean on their goalie to keep them in a game, and this was one of those games. Cameron was the only reason the Aces walked away with a point this game; she was on fire, stopping all but one shot – which was when the Aces had two in the box for a 3 on 5. This was also one of the few games that the Aces were outshot 3:1. But, in and amongst the misplays, there were a couple nice plays and even better positioning that contributed to the Aces creating chances and contributed to the only goal of the game which was early in the second period. The play started in the defensive zone, Jarmuth gained possession of the puck and skated it in to the Heats' end where she took the puck behind the net and made a blind pass out through the crease where Ella Taylor who, as per usual, was perfectly positioned to receive the pass and slide the puck into the back of the net. The Aces finished the game in a 1-1 tie, walking away with one point this game; three for the weekend out a possible four.

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