08 Mar 2019, 19:30  |  Regular season  |  Cardiff Arena
Cardiff Devils2-0 Guildford Flames
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Referees: Dean Smith/Matt Rose  |  Spectators: 3100
Goals and assists
27:52|home||1-0|Layne Ulmer (Jake Morissette, Joey Haddad)
36:51|home|PPG|2-0|Gleason Fournier (Sean Bentivoglio, Joey Martin)
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Name SA GA MIN %
Ben Bowns|19|0|60:00|100.00
Thomas Murdy||||
Name SA GA MIN %
Travis Fullerton|18|2|60:00|88.89
Michael Will||||
Game recap

A second straight home shutout, and a third in four games for netminder Ben Bowns, means Cardiff stay four points ahead at the top of the Elite League.

The sides kept each other out in the opening 20 minutes, before Cardiff took control over the Flames with two goals in period two. Layne Ulmer opened the scoring at 27:52 – a dump into the corner allowed the pass out in front for Ulmer to slot home from close range.

With 3:09 left in the second a Gleason Fournier shot from the blueline came through traffic and everyone to put the Devils two ahead.

Guildford had some decent possession late on but weren’t able to find a way past Ben Bowns, and the Devils took the 2-0 win to stay four points clear at the top. The Flames will be back at the Viola Arena on Sunday for the Challenge Cup Final.

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