BROOKLYN, OHIO – The Brooklyn Hurricanes dominated from the face off on Thursday night, skating to another win, as they breezed past the still winless Brush Arcs 10-0 at the Brooklyn Rec Center.
The Hurricanes dominated from the start, pushing their 2017-18 mark to 12-1 on the season. The Arcs, who have scored just four goals all year (all of which came in a loss to Garfield Heights), drop to 0-8.
The game was never in doubt for Brooklyn, as they outshot the Arcs 67-1, including a 31-1 advantage in the first period as they built a 5-0 edge and never looked back.
Brooklyn got two goals each from Aidan Supek, Chad Schnear, Cameron Kaufman, and Gavin Supek, with Aiden Supek scoring two goals with 12:47 and 10:51 to play in the first period to get the Hurricanes going.
Kaufman scored his first goal with eight minutes to play in the first making it 3-0, and then at the 6:08 mark Gavin Supek scored his first goal making it a 4-0 game.
The Hurricanes got their fifth goal of the first from Matt Crossman, who found the back of the net with 4:36 to play in the first period.
Brush goalie Matt Kornet had little help from his offense, as the only shot of the night by the Arcs came in the first period.
The second period saw the Hurricanes score three times, two of which came from Schnear, the first coming just 15 seconds into the period to make it 6-0.
He scored again with 4:27 to play in the second making it 7-0, and then with 1:38 to play in the second Kaufman scored to push the Hurricanes lead to 8-0.
Crossman scored his second goal of the game with 12:39 to play in the third, making it a 9-0 game, with the assist going to Josh Musarra and Aiden Supek.
Gavin Supek finished off the night with his second goal to play with 2:57 left in the third, and the game was called with the Hurricanes up 10-0.
The Hurricanes next will take part in the Parma MLK Tourney which will kickoff in Parma on Saturday. Brush will be in action on Friday, January 19th as they take on Lakewood.
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