06 Nov 2022, 16:00  |  Regular season  |  SSE Arena Belfast
Belfast Giants9-3 Cardiff Devils
Total: 35-33
Referees: Pering/Truswell  |  Spectators: 5398
Goals and assists
01:44|home||1-0|Steven Owre
15:59|away|PPG|1-1|Ryan Penny (Sam Jardine, Brodie Reid)
17:22|home||2-1|Darik Angeli (Gabe Bast, David Goodwin)
22:12|home|SHG|3-1|Steven Owre (Ciaran Long)
25:19|home||4-1|David Goodwin (Scott Conway)
30:02|home||5-1|Steven Owre (David Goodwin, Scott Conway)
31:12|home|PPG|6-1|Scott Conway (Mark Cooper, David Goodwin)
34:07|home||7-1|David Gilbert (Mark Cooper, David Goodwin)
38:12|home||8-1|Ciaran Long (Tyler Soy, Colby McAuley)
39:44|home||9-1|Steven Owre (Sam Ruopp, David Gilbert)
41:50|away|PPG|9-2|Cole Sanford (Marcus Crawford, Joey Martin)
55:17|away||9-3|Brodie Reid (Ryan Penny)
Player statistics
Goalie statistics
Name SA GA MIN %
Peyton Jones||||
Jackson Whistle|33|3|60:00|90.91
Name SA GA MIN %
Ben Bowns|16|4|25:19|75.00
Taran Kozun|19|5|34:41|73.68
Game recap

Belfast Giants thrashed Cardiff Devils 9-3 at the SSE Arena for their biggest win of the season so far over last seasons playoff winners.

Steven Owre won a puck battle to gain the puck and slotted under Ben Bowns to open the scoring at 1:44. Ryan Penny tucked home a rebound to tie things at 15:59, but Darik Angeli put the Giants back ahead before the intermission with a finish in close at 17:22.

Owre's shorthanded goal 2:12 into period two, faking a defenseman on the way to the net, put the Giants 3-1 up and started a goal rush for the home side. David Goodwin made it four just over three minutes later, before Owre made it a hat trick at 30:02 with Kozun now in net. Scott Conway and David Gilbert had goals three minutes apart to put the score up to 7-1 with 34:07 played, while Ciaran Long and Owre's fourth of the night gave Belfast a 9-1 lead after 40 minutes.

Jake Coughler pulled one back for the visitors 1:50 into period three, with Brodie Reid getting Cardiff's third with 4:43 to go. Both sides had a goal washed out on video review in between.

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