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Maltby climbs closer to first place with two wins


J&K Electric leads the AAHL with 28 points, Maltby has 25, Colson 16, and Bluewave has 11 points

AMHERST – Chris Sproul and Jon Tattrie scored four goals each to lead Maltby Sports to a 13-7 win over Colson Overhead Doors during Amherst Adult Hockey League action Tuesday night at Amherst Stadium.

Tattrie added four assists and Sproul three.

Chris Matlby added two goals and one assist for Maltby, Corey Robichaud one goal and one assist, and Bill Davison and Scott Dicks one goal each.

Jordie Shaw had three assists, and Aaron Dobson, Chris Dwyer and Mitch Roy added one assist each.

Danny Small led Colson with four goals and one assist, Phil Farrow had two goals and one assist, and Trevor Currie added one goal.

Russell Scott had four assists for Colson, Geoff Ryan two assists, and Bill Jobes, Brad Linkletter and Luke McSorely had one assist each.

Jaret Munn got the win in goal, and Kristy Brown the loss.

Maltby vs. Bluewave

Maltby Sports beat Bluewave Energy 10-3 last week at the Richard Calder Arena in Springhill.

Sproul scored four goals and two assists for Maltby in the win, Tattrie had one goal and five assists, and Dobson and Trevor Legere had one goal and two assists each.

Dwyer added one goal and one assist, Bill Davison one goal, Scott Dicks three assists, Robichaud two assists, and Maltby and Roy had one assist each.

Lucas Hurley scored one goal and one assist for Bluewave, and Luke Crocker and Ray Hickey added one goal each.

Brian Meyers scored three assists for Bluewave, and Marshall MacDonald and Tom Burge had one assist each.

Munn got the win in net, Cody Hunter the loss.

Standings

J&K Electric leads the AAHL with 28 points, Maltby has 25, Colson 16, and Bluewave has 11 points.

Point Leaders

Ryan Smith leads the AAHS with 69 points, 37 goals and 32 assists.

Jon Tattrie is second with 59 points, 24 goals and 35 assists.

Jordie Shaw is third with 55 points, 35 goals and 20 assists.

Marshall MacDonald is fourth with 46 points, 36 goals and 10 assists.

Chris Sproul is fifth with 44 points, 27 goals and 17 assists.

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