Santa Maria, Penzien Lead Late Charge
By: Tyler Farmer
On Sunday, Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate took place on the ice as the Ice Dawgs played host to Georgia Tech. Tied at 1 at the end of the first period, junior center Christopher Santa Maria and junior left winger Carter Penzien helped Georgia pull away in route to a 10-4 victory. In the scoring summary below, the time listed is the time remaining in the respective period at the time of the goal. Georgia goals are in bold.
11:05- Goal scored by Patrick Muller
Assisted by- Nicholas Markwordt
5:57- Zach Flasch
A- Aaron Phillips and Carter Penzien
End of Period: 1-1
17:31- Brandon Holt
A- Muller and Markwordt
14:30- Christopher Santa Maria (Penalty Shot)
13:21- Santa Maria (Unassisted)
5:09- Penzien (Unassisted)
4:20- Joey Schutz (Unassisted Power Play goal- Tripping)
1:39- Penzien (PP- Slashing)
A- Nick Puglisi
End of Period: 5-3 Ice Dawgs
18:30- Cam Gilmore (PP- Checking from Behind)
16:39- Santa Maria
A- Penzien and Gilmore
11:11- Santa Maria (PP- holding)
A- Alex Carey
7:37- Karl Risley (Unassisted)
0:46- Stephen Bray
A- Mathew Stockoff and Jack Marrara
Final: 10-4 Ice Dawgs On Top!
- The second period was critical to seize momentum.
- The Ice Dawgs distanced themselves in the third period.
- Georgia took advantage of Power-Play opportunities. They scored three times on the man advantage.
- The penalty shot by Christopher Santa Maria was filthy. He deked the goalie and scored on the backhand.
- Immediately following his penalty shot, Santa Maria sliced through three Georgia Tech defenders to give the Ice Dawgs their first lead of the game.
- Stephen Bray provided the exclamation point by scoring on his senior day.
- Carter Penzien- 3 goals, 3 assists
- Christopher Santa Maria- 4 goals
- Cam Gilmore- 1 goal, 1 assist