30 Mar 2019, 19:00  |  Regular season  |  Cardiff Arena
Cardiff Devils9-1 Milton Keynes Lightning
Periods:
Shots:
4-0
( - )
4-0
( - )
1-1
( - )
Referees: Matt Rose/Matt Thompson  |  Spectators: 3100
 
Goals and assists
00:33|home||1-0|Sean Bentivoglio (Joey Martin, Mike Hedden)
07:30|home|PPG|2-0|Layne Ulmer (Charles Linglet, Mark Richardson)
14:16|home|PPG|3-0|Gleason Fournier (Charles Linglet, Sean Bentivoglio)
18:28|home||4-0|Evan Mosey (Mark Louis, Matthew Myers)
27:10|home||5-0|Charles Linglet (Evan Mosey, Stephen Dixon)
30:55|home||6-0|Matt Pope (Stephen Dixon, Charles Linglet)
36:13|home|PPG|7-0|Matt Pope (Sean Bentivoglio, Joey Martin)
37:25|home||8-0|Joey Haddad (Drew Schiestel, Jake Morissette)
55:42|home||9-0|Charles Linglet (Matt Pope, Stephen Dixon)
59:13|away||9-1|James Griffin (Georgs Golovkovs, Tim Wallace)
Player statistics
 
 
Goalie statistics
 
Name SA GA MIN %
Ben Bowns|21|1|60:00|95.24
Thomas Murdy||||
Name SA GA MIN %
Adam Goss|39|5|40:00|87.18
Patrick Killeen|15|1|20:00|93.33
 
 
Game recap

Cardiff will need just a point tomorrow in Coventry to secure their third straight league title after thrashing Milton Keynes at the Viola Arena.

The game was effectively over after a dominant opening period from the Devils, after which they had raced into a four-goal lead. In a game they had to win, Sean Bentivoglio calmed any Devils nerves when he put the hosts ahead 33 seconds in with a one-timer, followed just under seven minutes later by Layne Ulmer deflecting Charles Linglet’s shot past Patrick Killeen. Gleason Fournier made it three just past the 14-minute mark from close range, before, Evan Mosey’s solo effort make it four at 18:28.

The impressive Linglet scored 7:10 into period two to make it 5-0 as he skated past Cole Shudra with ease, and just under four minutes later Matt Pope poked the puck home from close range for six. Pope struck again, as did Joey Haddad, before the period was over to give the Devils an eight-goal lead after 40 minutes.

Linglet rounded off the scoring for the Devils at 55:42, before MK’s excellent travelling crowd were given something to cheer about – James Griffin tipping a Georgs Golovkovs shot to have the last word, and also score the first goal by a visiting team at the Viol Arena in the month of March.

The Devils know exactly what they need to do tomorrow on the road, while MK sign off their season at home on Sunday night

 
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