Lucas Videmo gave himself two goals, but Laval’s rocket couldn’t catch the Rochester Americans in scoring as the latter won 5-3 on Friday.
Vejdemo opened the scoring with his fourth goal of the campaign. On the line, the one called up by the Trois-Rivieres lions, Peter Abandonato scored an assist. However, Brandon Perot and Sean Malone allowed the Americans to retreat to the locker room after the first clash with the Controllers 2-1.
Vejdemo approached the Canadiens school club with his second goal of the match early from the midfield. Complete a match with Alex Belzile and Rafaël Harvey-Pinard.
Even if he finished his evening with 28 saves, Kayden Primo would definitely want a second chance to score Rochester’s third goal. Michael Mersch scored his 12th goal of the season with a seemingly insignificant corner kick, but the ball puck beat Primo on the upper right side.
Mitch Elliott gave the Americans a two-goal priority early in the third inning. Toby Beckett Besson gave hope to the rocket seven minutes before the end of the match when he hit the target. Matthias Norländer got help in the line.
Ryan MacInnis closed the books in an empty net to deny the Rocket any hope of extending his winning streak to four games.
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