On Saturday, September 16th, the Menace went into the Port Credit Memorial Arena to take on the Mississauga Chargers. Off the back of a 10-1 victory over the Caledon Admirals, Milton wanted to keep the scoring pace going. They started off strong, with Sett Ursomarzo scoring his third of the season at 3:42 mark (assisted by Justin O’Donnell and Evan Grobanopoulos). Just 15 seconds later, Ivan Fabjan added his second of the year (assisted by Owen Kindree and Connor Driscoll). Ten minutes later, the Menace would take a three-goal lead, with Madden MacDougall netting his first (assisted by O’Donnell and Ursomarzo). It was 3-0 after 20-minutes.
In the second period, O’Donnell would score a goal of his own (assisted by Kindree and MacDougall). Mississauga would get one back before the frame ended, making it 4-1 Milton after two periods of play.
The Menace then ran away with the game in the third. James Jagodic scored at the 8:53 mark (assisted by Ursomarzo and Alessandro Petreccia). Five minutes later, Ursomarzo scored again (assisted by O’Donnell and Aidan Taylor). That was quickly followed up by Alexander Siletsky getting on the board for the first time this season (assisted by Nicholas Wereha). The Chargers would score late, but that it was it. Milton won 7-2.
In net, Glen Crandall had potentially his busiest game of the season so far, stopping 29 of 31 shots for a .935% save percentage.
Milton now sits at 3-1-0-0 on the season, putting them in second place in the OJHL West Conference behind the undefeated Collingwood Blues.
The next game for the Menace will be at home against the winless North York Rangers. Puck-drop at the Milton Memorial Arena will be at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September 20th.
Milton Menace home tickets for this OJHL season can be found here.
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