YORKTOWN, N.Y.-Brewster/Yorktown’s ice hockey squad came up with a big 9-4 triumph at Monroe/Woodbury on Dec. 18.
Brewster/Yorktown got off to a 4-0 first-period lead and the main reason for that was puck movement, said its junior captain, Connor Sullivan.
“Our team has a lot of speed so we use it to our advantage,” Sullivan said. “When we move the puck we’re hard to stop.”
The momentum turned in the second period, with the host tying the game with four goals. But Brewster/Yorktown secured the victory with a five-goal onslaught in the final period.
Sullivan again credited puck movement. “When we stopped moving the puck in the second period Monroe/Woodbury tied it 4-4,” Sullivan said. “Coach talked to us in between periods and told us to move the puck and we did just that and put in five goals.”
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