Georgia Topples Tennessee & Wreck Ga. Tech; Now Look To Post Season

With post-season spots on the line, the Georgia Ice Dawgs came up with two big wins this weekend. Sophomore transfer Peter Kacer had a hat-trick in both games to lead the Dogs’ scoring attack.

Friday night the Dogs bullied the Tennessee Ice Vols to a 7-3 win behind Kacer’s hat-trick and two goals from senior Michael Gabelman. With the win, Georgia takes third place from Tennessee in the final SECHC East standings. The Ice Dogs will play South Carolina in the first round of the SECHC Tournament on February 25. Time and Location to be announced.

On Saturday Georgia came up big against the Yellojackets from Ga. Tech for an exciting 5-4 win in overtime. Georgia dominated and was leading 4-2, until Tech sprung for two quick goals in the third period to tie the game. Kacer’s third of the night was the game winner in OT. Bosma and Jankowski added goals for Georgia in the win.