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BRUINS   5     HABS   5

An up and down free wheeling game as Baker’s Bruins score two shorthanded goals and a power play tying goal late in the final stanza.  Deuces wild for Warren native Steve Bayagich and sub “Smiling” Scott Davenport.  “Angry” Joey Ventimiglio with the Bruins initial marker.  Mike Nalepa with the hat trick assist.  Habs – Pierre Dugas, Mike Miller, Jimmy “Jets” Galloway, Danny Rea and Rob Rowling.

SHARKS   4    HAWKS   1

The Fish play an all around strong game behind the excellent puck stopping of Joe “Ricky” Nelson.  David Passwater with a two goal game.  Singles for subs Rob Aughe and Pat “The Beast” Wosek.  Scoring machine Lou Suvak had his two game goal scoring streak unceremoniously snapped!  Greg Stacey with the lone Hawks marker in this penalty free game.

HAWKS   9     BRUINS   5

Whoa!  The line of Mr. Scott Chodun(4 & 1), Scott Mitchell (4 Helpers) and Zach Wagner(2 & 2) total 13 points in the game to slay the Bruins.  The cerebral Robbie Olmstead with the deuce.  Mike Riddle also with a goal.   Deuces wild for Mike “Padre” Nalepa and sub Scott Davenport of the Bruins.  Paul “Brett Michaels” Vioalssi also with a goal.  Talk about a tight race.  The last place Bruins are only two points behind the top spot Hawks!

HABS    7    SHARKS   4

The Habs gain three points on the day.  Big Rob Rowling with a two goal game.  Singles for Jeff Ivory, Pierre Dugas, Mike “King of the Road” Miller, Danny Rea and sub Chris Isola.  Jimmy Galloway with a three helper game.  Dr. Nate McNaughtry with the trick for the Sharks.  Sub defenseman Pat Wosek scores again for the Sharks.



Which team won the very first WHA Championship(Avco Cup) in 1973?

New England Whalers

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Michigan Sting is a premier men’s ice hockey club located in Troy, Michigan. Since our establishment in 2004, we have grown into one of the largest and most successful senior hockey clubs in the Midwest. With two competitive leagues, we offer opportunities for players (35+) to compete and enjoy the game we love.

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