2010-11 Ice Wolves High School Club: Welcome

Fremont Ice Wolves High School Hockey Club

Welcome to the home of the 2010-11 Fremont Ice Wolves High School Hockey Club. We are proud members of the North Coast High School Hockey League.


Wednesday, March 2
Game Over

Strongsville, OH - The 2010-11 season ends with a 3-2 loss to Riverside in the NCHSHL playoffs.

Sunday, February 27
Ice Wolves Live to See Another Day

Strongsville, OH - The Ice Wolves came from behind to top Rocky River 3-2 and stay alive in the losers bracket of the NCHSHL playoffs.  They will take on the Riverside Beavers on Tuesday night at 8:00 p.m.

Note: From a historical standpoint, today's win was the first NCHSHL playoff game victory by a Fremont team in the 5 years that we have been a member of the league. 

Sunday, February 27
Rocky Start to Playoff Run for Ice Wolves

Strongsville, OH - The Ice Wolves playoff run got off to a rough  start as they fell 6-1 to the North Royalton Bears. They gave up an early goal, then collapsed for 5 third  period goals.  They take on Rocky River in the losers bracket Sunday.

Wednesday, February 23
Ice Wolves Top Eastwood on Senior Night

Ice Wolves Seniors Honored with a Big Win! (Click on Pic for Facebook Album)

Fremont, Ohio – The Ice Wolves High School Hockey Club topped the Eastwood Eagles 8-0 in a rare Wednesday night game at Fred Rectenwald Arena at the Fremont Recreation Complex.  The “Senior Night” win avenged a loss to the Eagles on Sunday afternoon in the Gilmour Academy Tournament.  Fremont ends the regular season with a 28-8-1 record and heads into the league playoffs Saturday night as the number four seed.


Unlike the Sunday game where the Ice Wolves fell behind by two early goals, Fremont turned the tables on Eastwood by scoring on the first shift of the game and extending the lead to 2-0 just five minutes into the contest.


Mark Konieczny and Cole Bowers each scored twice for the Ice Wolves with Jordan Lones, Matt Pulaski, Paul Wendt and Ben Buroker rounding out the scoring.  Luke Edgar was in net for Fremont and stopped all 17 shots he faced.

Sunday, February 20
Ice Wolves Bridesmaids Again

Gates Mills, OH - For the third time this season, the Ice Wolves advanced to a tournament championship only to finish as runners-up.  For the second time, it was the Eastwood Eagles that topped Fremont for a title.

After a thrilling 4-3 overtime win over previously undefeated University School and a 10-0 shutout of Hudson on Saturday night, the Ice Wolves once again earned the slot in the championship game only to lose a 3-0 game to the Eagles.  It was the first time this season the Ice Wolves have been held scoreless.

Saturday, February 19
Ice Wolves Take First Game at Gilmour

Click on Isaac to View Game Pics on Facebook
Gates Mills, OH - The Ice Wolves beat the Comcast U16 Midget team 3-1 in the first game of the Gilmour Tournament Friday night.  Cole Bowers, Jordan Lones and Paul Wendt got the goals for Fremont.  Jake Relford was the wall in net for the Ice Wolves.

Saturday, February 12
Ice Wolves Clinch Highest League Finish Since Joining NCHSHL

Fremont, Ohio - With a 5-2 victory over Rocky River on Saturday evening, the Ice Wolves clinched a 4th place finish in the regular season of North Coast High School Hockey League play....the highest finish by a Fremont team since joining the league in the 2006-07 season. 

The Ice Wolves will face North Royalton in a first round matchup in the league playoffs on Saturday February 26th in Strongsville.

In the win against Rocky River the Ice Wolves exploded out of the gate pouring 17 first period shots on the Buccaneer goalie but finding the back of the net just once.  Alex Swope got the goal assisted by Paul Wendt and Logan Apling.  Rocky River was held to just 3 shots on goal in the period.

In the second period Fremont was much more efficient, getting 3 goals on just 7 shots.  The Ice Wolves led 4-0 before Rocky River got two goals in the last 1:09 of the period to make it a 4-2 game heading into the final stanza.  Swope picked up his second of the game sandwiched between goals by Nick Novitski and Isaac Prunty.  Mark Konieczny, Andrew Wright, Apling, Ian Mowry and Matt Pulaski all earned assists in the period.  Rocky River outshot the Ice Wolves 12-7 in the middle frame.

Konieczny added an insurance goal with 5:02 left in the game with Wright and Novitski assisting.  Fremont added 16 third period shots compared to just 7 for the visitors.

Jake Relford was in the crease for the first two periods and recorded 13 saves on 15 shots.  Luke Edgar took over in the third period and was perfect on the 7 shots he faced.

Lakewood was forced to forfeit the Sunday afternoon game giving the Ice Wolves a final regular season league record of 8-3 and stand at 24-7-1 overall.  The Eastwood Eagles have agreed to fill in for the Rangers during the Sunday afternoon time slot.  The game will feature a special recognition of our six seniors.

Sunday, February 6
Ice Wolves Upset by Brunswick, Beat Avon

Alex Swope Scores Twice Against the Blue Devils (Click Alex for Facebook Album)

Strongsville, Ohio – The Fremont Ice Wolves high school hockey team led Brunswick High School 3-1 after the first period on Saturday, but gave up 4 goals over the final two periods and were upset 5-4 at Hoover Arena in Strongsville. The Ice Wolves outshot the Blue Devils 59-19 in the game, but had a difficult time solving the hot Brunswick goalie.  With the loss, the Ice Wolves fall to 6-3 in North Coast High School Hockey League action and are 22-7-1 overall.   

Alex Swope scored two goals in the game, the first was shorthanded.  Matt Pulaski and Cole Bowers also scored for the Ice Wolves.  Nick Novitski assisted on Swope’s short-hander.  Ben Buroker recorded two assists with Bowers and Pulaski also getting assists.


The Ice Wolves came back and beat the Avon High School Eagles 5-1 on Sunday afternoon at Fred Recktenwald Arena at the Fremont Recreation Complex.  The Ice Wolves ran out to a two goal lead in the first period on goals from Paul Wendt and Ian Mowry.  Alex Swope assisted on Wendt’s goal.  Swope added an unassisted goal in the second period to extend the lead to 3-0.  After Isaac Prunty scored early in the third period to make it a 4-0 game, Avon got a power play goal to make it a 4-1 game.  Prunty slammed the door on any comeback chance with his second goal of the game with 4:45 left in the contest.  Jake Relford was in net for Fremont and recorded 24 saves on 25 shots on goal.

The Ice Wolves entertain Rocky River on Saturday afternoon and then host Lakewood on Sunday afternoon.  Both league games will be played at the Fremont Recreation Complex.

Sunday, January 30
Beavers End Wolves Win Streak

Fremont, Ohio - The Riverside Beavers came to town on Sunday afternoon and ended Fremont's four game league win streak by a score of 3-1.  Matt Pulaski gave the Ice Wolves an early lead just 3 minutes into the contest, but that would be all the scoring for Fremont.  The score remained 1-0 until the Beavers finally got on the scoreboard with just 1:48 left in the second period.  They then quickly took the lead for just just one minute later.  They added an insurance goal early in the third period.

Jake Relford was strong in net stopping 24 of 27 Riverside shots on goal.  The Ice Wolves fall to 21-6-1 overall and 6-2 in NCHSHL play...currently good for 4th place in the league standings with 3 games yet to play.

Saturday, January 29
Ice Wolves Squeak by Bears

Ben is Hooked by a Bear (Click on the Pic to See Facebook Album of the Game)

Strongsville, Ohio - The Ice Wolves trailed 2-0 with less than a minute to go in the second period but a Cole Bowers goal with 15 seconds left gave Fremont a boost heading into the final period where they completed the comeback to skate off with a 3-2 win over the North Royalton Bears.  Chris Carpenter assisted on Bowers' goal.

Jordan Lones tied the game with 10:38 left off a deflection of an Isaac Prunty shot and Ben Buroker got the game winner exactly 2 minutes later; just 5 seconds into an Ice Wolves power play.  A Matt Pulaski face-off win led to the goal.

Luke Edgar was in net for Fremont and played an outstanding game.

Sunday, January 23
Ice Wolves Get 20th Win of the Season

Fremont, Ohio - The Ice Wolves earned their 20th victory of the season in a 13-0 blowout of the Akron Hoban Knights on a frigid Sunday afternoon at the Fremont Rec Complex.  With the win the Ice Wolves improve to 20-5-1 on the season and remain 5-1 in North Coast High School Hockey League play.

The Ice Wolves, currently sitting in third place in the NCHSHL, have a huge weekend coming up with a Saturday evening game with 5th place North Royalton (a team that handed Fremont one of their losses) and then a meeting with 2nd place Riverside on Sunday afternoon.

Saturday, January 22
Ice Wolves Top Mooney in OT Thriller

Cole Bowers Gets a Short-Hander vs. Mooney (Click on the Pic for Facebook Album)

Boardman, Ohio - The Ice Wolves blew a 3-1 lead heading into the third period, but Issac Prunty's goal with 3:42  left in overtime gave Fremont an important 4-3 NCHSHL victory over the Youngstown Mooney Thunder on Saturday afternoon.

After the Thunder took a 1-0 lead with 5:59 left in the first period, the Ice Wolves answered just 31 seconds later as Ben Buroker scored on an unassisted breakaway.  The score was knotted 1-1 after the first period.

A Fremont penalty midway through the second period put the Ice Wolves behind the eight ball, but Cole Bowers got a short-handed goal to give Fremont a 2-1 lead.  Logan Apling and Isaac Prunty assisted on the goal. 

Three minutes later Matt Pulaski extended the lead to 3-1 with a power play goal assisted by Ian Mowry and Nick Novitski.

The Ice Wolves gave up 2 third period goals to set up the overtime.  Alex Swope and Jordan Lones assisted on Prunty's game-winner.  Jake Relford played in net for Fremont and recorded 19 saves on 22 Mooney shots. 

The Ice Wolves improve to 19-5-1 overall and are now 5-1 in NCHSHL play....good for a second place tie with Riverside.  The Wolves have one game in hand over the Beavers.

Tuesday, January 18
Saturday Morning Game Cancelled

North Royalton has cancelled the Saturday morning game that had been scheduled to be played in Brooklyn.  The afternoon game at Mooney is still on.

Sunday, January 16
Ice Wolves Runner's Up in Detroit

2011 Detroit Cup Midget A Runner's Up (Click on the Pic for Facebook Album)
Brownstown Twp, MI - The Ice Wolves lead 1-0 midway through the third period, but could not hold onto the lead as the Farmington Hills Shamrocks scored two late goals to take the Detroit Cup champtionship.  It was a great tournament run for the Ice Wolves!

Sunday, January 16
Ice Wolves Heading to Championship Game

Brownstown Twp, MI - The Ice Wolves topped the CCM Tigers from Chicago 2-1 to earn a spot in the championship game on Sunday afternoon.  Isaac Prunty and Matt Pulaski scored the goals for Fremont.  Mark Konieczny, Sam Kohler, Ian Mowry and Prunty each recorded assists. 

Sunday, January 16
Ice Wolves Settle for Tie With Farmington Hills Shamrocks

Dearborn, MI, - Jordan Lones scored the only goal for Fremont in the first period and the Wolves led until the Shamrocks got a goal with their goalie pulled in the final minute to tie the game.  Fremont plays a team from Chicago
Sunday morning and still has a shot of making the championship game in the afternoon.

Friday, January 14
Ice Wolves Start MLK Tourney with a Win

Detroit, MI - The Ice Wolves started the weekend tournament in Detroit with a win over a nice Belle Tire midget team.  More details to come.

Sunday, January 9
Ice Wolves Win Squeaker Over Vikings

Fremont, Ohio - The Ice Wolves managed to pick up a win against the Cleveland St. Joseph Vikings on Sunday afternoon, but the game was closer than many expected.  Despite a 30-11 advantage in shots on goal, Fremont had to settle with a 3-2 victory.

Mark Konieczny got his first of two goals on the afternoon on a short-handed breakaway with 4:35 left in the opening period.  His second goal came at the 9:36 mark of the second with Ben Buroker and Cole Bowers assisting.  The shift continued to be productive as just 22 seconds later Bowers made it 3-0 Ice Wolves with Konieczny and Buroker providing the helpers.  The Vikings stayed in the game with a power play goal with 7:55 left in the second and trailed 3-1 heading into the final stanza.

The Ice Wolves managed to kill off Buroker's 5 minute major penalty, but the Vikings scored with 1:07 left in the game to make it a 3-2 score.  St. Joseph pulled their goalie and made things interesting, but the Ice Wolves escaped.

Luke Edgar picked up 9 saves in the contest for the Ice Wolves.

With the win, Fremont improves to 16-4 (4-1 NCHSHL) on the season.

Sunday, January 9
Ice Wolves Get First Program Win Over Medina

Strongsville, Ohio - The Ice Wolves topped previously unbeaten Medina 3-2 in an overtime thriller on Saturday night at Hoover Arena in Strongsville.  With the win Fremont moves to 15-4 overall, and 3-1 in Northcoast High School Hockey League play.

The game was well-played by the Ice Wolves coming off a sloppy game on Friday night.  After a scoreless first period, Medina finally got on the scoreboard wth 5:03 left in the second period.  The Ice Wolves quickly answered as Matt Pulaski got a goal at the 3:48 mark of the second with Garrett Binger and Mark Konieczny assisting.

Fremont added a powerplay goal early in the third period to take a 2-1 lead.  Ben Buroker got the goal off assists from Isaac Prunty and Konieczny.  Medina knotted the score with 8:52 left in the contest.  Regulation play ended with Medina on a 5-3 man advantage for the final 33 seconds. The game then headed to overtime where the Ice Wolves killed off the remaining 54 seconds of 5 on 3 and the remaining 20 seconds of the 5 on 4 Medina power play.  With 5:23 left in the eight minute overtime period, Pulaski got the game winner with Logan Apling assisting.  The win marks the first time Fremont has beaten the Bees, a periennial top team in the league.

Jake Relford played in goal for the Ice Wolves and played an exceptional game stopping 27 of 29 Medina shots on goal.  Medina held a slim 29-25 shots on goal advantage.

Fremont comes back on Sunday afternoon with a key NCHSHL game against Cleveland St. Joseph High School at 1:30 in Fremont.

Friday, January 7
Ice Wolves Top Findlay JV 3-2

Findlay, Ohio - The Ice Wolves came from behind twice in a 3-2 win over the Findlay Trojans JVs on Friday night.  After Findlay took a 1-0 lead midway through the first period, Ben Buroker tied things up with Ian Mowry assisting.  An early power play goal in the second period gave Findlay a 2-1 lead before Nick Novitski knotted the score at 2-2.  Isaac Prunty assisted on Novitski's goal.

The game winner came in the third period as Mark Konieczny scored on a play started with a Garrett Binger pass to Buroker. 

Jake Relford started in net for the Ice Wolves and stopped 4 of 6 shots.  Midway through the second Luke Edgar entered the game and stopped all 7 shots he faced through the remainder of the game.  The Ice Wolves improved to 14-4 with the win. 

Sunday, January 2
Ice Wolves Take Two in Columbus

Matt Takes a Shot at Dublin, Click the Pic to See the Game Gallery on Facebook

Dublin, Ohio - The Ice Wolves High School hockey club improved to 13-4 overall (2-1 in NCHSHL play) with a pair of wins over two quality HS JV teams at the Dublin Chiller on Sunday afternoon.

The first game was against the Dublin White JV team and after spotting the home team the first goal, the Ice Wolves came back with 3 first period goals and sealed the win with 3 more in the third period to win 6-1.  Ian Mowry got a pair of goals. 

In the second game against the Dublin Green JV team, it was all Ice Wolves from the start as Fremont got the first three goals of the game before the home team got on the scoreboard.  The Wolves added 4 second period goals and another in the third to take an 8-1 victory.  Cam Singleton, Chris Carpenter and Paul Wendt each score a pair of goals.  Jake Relford and Luke Edgar split time in both games and each saw plenty of action recording numerous saves.

The Ice Wolves have a big 3 game weekend coming up, including a pair of league games against the always tough Medina Bees and Cleveland St. Joseph Vikings.

Wednesday, December 28
Alumni Game Album

Click the title above go to the Facebook album of the alumni game on December 28.

Wednesday, December 29
New Year's Game Cancelled

The New Year's Eve game with Newark at Nationwide Arena has been cancelled by Newark.  The Blue Jackets tried to schedule another team for us to play, but to no avail.  We will not be charged for the tickets to the Blue Jackets game and the Drury will let us cancel our room reservations...please call them ASAP. 

Tuesday, December 28
2010 Alumni Game a Success!

Blake, Justyn and Ethan, Class of 2009 Share a Moment on the Bench
The annual alumni game was played on Tuesday night, December 28.  There were a good number of alumni present and while they did score the game's first goal, it was all downhill for them after that as the current Ice Wolves took them to the woodshed winning 8-3.  A nice crowd was on hand to watch the game!

Monday, December 27
Ice Wolves Stop Rangers for Third Time

Rocky River, Ohio - In the third matchup of the season, the Ice Wolves made it 3-0 vs the Lakewood Rangers on Monday afternoon.  With the win Fremont improves to 11-4 on the season.  THis was a non-league contest so the Ice Wolves remain 2-1 in NCHSHL play.

Paul Wendt got the Ice Wolves on the scoreboard 10 minutes into the first period with Alex Swope assisting.  Then two quick goals, just 15 seconds apart gave Fremont a 3-0 lead with less than 2 minutes to go in the period.  Swope got the second goal, assisted by Jordan Lones and Wendt. Sam Kohler got the 3rd goal with help from Matt Pulaski and Nick Novitski.  The Rangers scored a goal with just 45 seconds to cut the deficit to 3-1 after the first period. 

Swope got his second goal of the game just 1:01 into the second period with Lones assisting.  Then 2 minutes later Chris Carpenter got his first of the game with Cole Bowers and Kohler assisting.  Lones got his own goal on the power play early in the third with Swope adding his second assist of the game.

In the closing moments Wendt got his second goal of the game with Garrett Binger assisting and then Logan Apling recorded the game's final goal off a Zach Dorr assist with just 23 seconds left.

Jake Relford started in the net and stopped 10 of 11 shots he faced.  Midway through the game Luke Edgar entered the crease and stopped all 10 shots he faced.  

Saturday, December 18
Ice Wolves Split League Weekend in North Canton

North Canton, Ohio - The Ice Wolves spent the weekend in North Canton and split a pair of league games.  On Saturday afternoon, they spanked Akron Hoban 9-0 before getting a big 8-2 loss slapped on them by the Jackson Polar Bears on Sunday morning.

Against Hoban, Isaac Prunty, Nick Novitski and Ben Buroker each picked up a pair of goals with Cole Bowers, Alex Swope and Mark Konieczny also finding the back of the net.  While the game was never really in doubt, the game was just 4-0 heading into the 3rd period.  Garrett Binger added three assists in the game with Bowers,  Prunty and Konieczny each adding a couple assists as well. Paul Wendt, Jordan Lones, Chris Carpenter and Zach Dorr each recorded one assist.  Jake Relford got the start between the pipes and stopped all 10 shots faced.

The Sunday morning game was a reversal of fortunes for the Ice Wolves with Jackson getting a quick 4-0 start and extending the lead to 7-0 after two periods.  Mark Konieczny and Chris Carpenter finally got the Ice Wolves on the scoreboard in the third period with Sam Kohler, Andrew Wright, Ben Buroker and Isaac Prunty earning assists.

Luke Edgar had a rough game in net but did record 25 saves as the Ice Wolves were outshot 33-16 in the contest.

Sunday, December 5
Ice Wolves Win NCHSHL Opener Over Wooster

Fremont, Ohio - The Ice Wolves High School Hockey Club opened their league schedule with a 10-0 shutout of the Wooster Generals on Sunday afternoon.  With the win the Ice Wolves improved their overall record to 8-2 on the season and and 1-0 in NCHSHL play.


Sunday, November 28
Ice Wolves Fall in Cold Turkey Championship Game

Sylvania, Ohio - The Ice Wolves dropped a 6-3 decision to the Eastwood Eagles in the Championship game of the Northview Cold Turkey Tournament finishing as runners-up in the 8 team tournament.  Fremont scored the first goal of the contest, but looked flat and were consistently beat to the puck all afternoon.  Still they managed to keep the score close throughout.  Eastwood avenged the premliminary round loss to the Ice Wolves in earning their trophy. 

With the loss the Ice Wolves fall to 6-2 on the season with a non-league game coming up on Saturday vs Lakewood and then the first NCHSHL game on Sunday afternoon against Wooster.

Saturday, November 27
Ice Wolves Go Two for Two, Head for Championship

The Ice Wolves posted back to back shutouts of Lake High School (3-0) and Garfield Heights Trinity High School (10-0) to earn a spot in Sunday's championship game, most likely against Eastwood.  They topped Ottawa Hills to edge Toledo Whitmer out of the championship game.

Friday, November 26
Ice Wolves Avenge Sunday's Loss to Eastwood in Northview Tournament

Sylvania, Ohio - The Ice Wolves won their first game of the Northview tournament avenging last Sunday's loss by beating Eastwood 5-3.  Fremont is back in action tomorrow with games against Lake High School and Garfield Heights Trinity HS.

Sunday, November 21
Ice Wolves Suffer First Defeat

Fremont, Ohio - The Ice Wolves fell to 3-1 on the season after a 4-2 defeat at the hands of the Eastwood Eagles.  Ben Buroker gave Fremont the early lead just 41 seconds into the contest with Chris Carpenter and Cole Bowers assisting.  After the Eagles got a 5 on 3 power play to tie the game up Ian Mowry gave the Ice Wolves a 2-1 lead with 7:06 left in the first period.  Andrew Wright and Alex Swope assisted on the goal.  That would be all the scoring for Fremont and Eastwood would tie the game up in the second period and get two third period goals, the second with just 1:20 left in the contest.

Jake Relford played well in net for the Ice Wolves recording 21 saves.

The Ice Wolves face Eastwood again on Friday in the first game of the Northview Thanksgiving tournament this weekend in Sylvania. 

Saturday, November 20
Ice Wolves Move to 3-0 on the Season

North Olmsted, Ohio - The Ice Wolves moved to 3-0 on the season with an easy 9-0 victory over the Avon High School Eagles on Saturday afternoon. Jordan Lones goal just 33 seconds into the contest would prove to be all that was needed. Paul Wendt and Alex Swope assisted on the game winner.

Cole Bowers added two goals with Andrew Wright, Ben Buroker, Ian Mowry, Matt Pulaski and Cameron Singleton each getting a goal to showcase the depth of the team. Mowry and Garrett Binger added two assists with Zach Dorr, Isaac Prunty, Sam Kohler and Matt Pulaski each adding one assist.

Pulaski continued his outstanding face-off record of late winning 11 of 15. Alex Swope also had a high face-off percentage winning 6 of 8.

Jake Relford got the shutout in goal for Fremont stoping all 12 shots he faced.

The Ice Wolves entertain the Eastwood Eagles on Sunday afternoon.

Friday, November 19
Ice Wolves Top Perrysburg

Fremont, Ohio - The Ice Wolves improved to 2-0 on the young season by stopping the Perrysburg Yellow Jackets by a 6-1 score in scrimmage action on Friday evening.

Logan Apling got things rolling late in the first period on a power play goal with just 1:17 left in the stanza. Goalie Luke Edgar got the assist on the goal.

Fremont got hot in the second period and scored four goals before Perrysburg would finally get on the scoreboard. Jordan Lones got his first of two goals at the 11:40 mark of the period with an unassisted goal. Then just a minute later, Apling got his second of the afternoon with Ian Mowry assisting. At the 8:23 mark Lones got his second of the game with assists by Andrew Wright and Mark Konieczny. Sam Kohler finished the flurry by scoring at 7:04 off the assists of Chris Carpenter and Ben Buroker. Each of the four goals were at even strength.

Nick Novitski completed the scoring with a power play goal with 7:40 left in the contest. Apling and Matt Pulaski added assists.

Pulaski was 8-2 with faceoffs with Cole Bowers chipping in 4 faceoff wins against just 1 loss. Luke Edgar recorded 5 saves in goal.

Fremont is back in action on Saturday afternoon in North Olmsted as the Ice Wolves battle Avon High School at 5:45 p.m.

Saturday, November 13
Ice Wolves Win Season Opener

Lakewood, Ohio - The Ice Wolves were a little rusty, but started the season off with a hard-fought 4-2 win over the Lakewood Rangers at Winterhurst Ice Arena.  Jordan Lones got the first goal of the season on the first shot of the game.  The play was set up with a nice assist from Alex Swope.  Lakewood got a short hander late in the first period to knot the score 1-1 after one period.

After the Rangers had taken a 2-1 lead midway through the second period, Isaac Prunty tied things up on a nicely developed power play that started with a pass from Chris Carpenter to Ian Mowry who made the pass to Prunty.  That left the score tied at 2 after two periods.

The score remained tied until Cole Bowers got the game winner in the third period in a battle in front of the Lakewood net.  Lones and Mowry assisted on the power play goal.  Matt Pulaski got the insurance goal into an empty net with 49 ticks on the clock.  Prunty assisted on Pulaski's goal.

Jake Relford started in goal for Fremont and stopped 12 of 14 shots.  Luke Edgar played the third period and stopped all 15 shots he faced.  The Ice Wolves were outshot 29-20 in the game, but the Fremont goalies got the job done!

The Fremont centers held a commanding 25-17 edge in face-offs, with Matt Pulaski leading the way with a 9-5 advantage.

The Ice Wolves are back in action on Friday night against the Perrysburg HS Yellow Jackets varsity.

Sunday, October 24
2010-11 Roster and Schedule Now Posted

Click on the tabs at left to see this seasons game schedule and our team roster.  Additional games will be added to the schedule as they are verified.