Weekend Recap: Pueblo Bulls

via WSHL Staff


Dallas Snipers 4(OT), Pueblo Bulls 3


Dallas Snipers 2(OT), Pueblo Bulls 1


Dallas Snipers 3, Pueblo Bulls 5


With both teams leading the league in overtime appearances, it was only fitting for the first two games of the weekend series to require extra minutes. The Snipers won two of three in overtime as the Bulls avoid a sweep with a regulation win Sunday afternoon.

Dallas quickly got off to the 3-0 start in the first period of Game 1 but saw their lead gradually erase with the Bulls finding one goal per period to tie it 3-3.  

Pueblo’s attempt at the rally began with a score from Dallas Hainley and then followed by Ondrej Blaha and Ethan Knudsen.

Gasper Konc sunk the game-winner with under a minute into the overtime.

Both clubs put up at least 40 shots in Game 2 making Saturday’s tilt an exciting one. Jesper Lundqvist played hero for Dallas who won its second game in as many nights.  

Pueblo’s, Landen Shaw, sent the game to overtime with his goal at 15:07 of the third that came on the man advantage.

Bradley Richardson had a goal, his only one of the weekend, to make it 1-0 late in the first stanza.

Game 3 proved to be a decisive victory as the Bulls reached the two-goal victory and Milan Breczko led with two goals. The Snipers continued the trend in scoring the first goal each night.

Arthur Aloyan got Dallas on the board at 18:22 of the first period until both teams combined for five more in the second. In the end, Pueblo was able to pull away with four consecutive goals, and slides to third place just two points from the Eagles.  

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