18 Mar 2023, 19:00  |  Regular season  |  SkyDome Arena
Coventry Blaze3-5 Dundee Stars
Total: 49-23
Referees: Pering/Miller  |  Spectators: 1853
Goals and assists
07:39|away||0-1|Philippe Sanche (Elijiah Barriga)
20:24|away||0-2|Philippe Sanche (Drydn Dow, Erik Näslund)
22:16|away||0-3|Philippe Sanche (Hugo Reinhardt)
22:43|away||0-4|Ben Sokay (Johan Eriksson, Drydn Dow)
23:21|home||1-4|John Curran (Kim Tallberg, Tanner Lishchynsky)
38:38|home||2-4|J.D. Dudek (Tanner Lishchynsky, David Clements)
54:06|away||2-5|Toms Rutkis (Philippe Sanche, Craig Moore)
55:12|home||3-5|John Curran (Nathanael Halbert, Brady Norrish)
Player statistics
Goalie statistics
Name SA GA MIN %
Paavo Hölsä|15|1|35:00|93.33
Miklós Rajna|8|4|22:43|50.00
Name SA GA MIN %
Brython Preece||||
Anton Svensson|49|3|60:00|93.88
Game recap

Philippe Sanche hit a hat trick to help Dundee Stars keep their playoff hopes alive with a road win in Coventry over the Blaze, a result which saw the Stars end a nine-game losing run stretching over a month.

The scoring was opened by the Stars when Phillippe Sanche's shot deflected into the net off of the faceoff, past Miklós Rajna in bizarre fashion, at 07:39 for the only goal of period one.

Period two started with four goals in a three and a half minute spell.. Philippe Sanche scored two in quick succession at 20:24 and 22:16 to complete a natural hat trick and put the Stars up by three. Ben Sokay then extended the lead further with a wrap-around on Rajna in the 23rd minute, a goal that marked the end of the Hungarian netminder's night. John Curran one-timed a pass into the net a minute later to get the hosts on the board, while a breakaway finish from JD Dudek halved the deficit with 1:22 left in period two.

Toms Rutkis' rebound finish after Paavo Hölsä's initial save gave the Stars their three-goal cushion back with 5:54 to play in period three, and although Curran pulled another back for the Blaze at 55:12 the visitors threw bodies in front a shots as the hosts tried to find a way back into the game. Dundee held on for a deserved 5-3 win.

Recent transfersShow all transfers»
  1. 29 Mar 2023 |  Martin Pärna  (F)
    KRIF HockeyarrowVimmerby Hockey
  2. 29 Mar 2023 |  Sebastian Lindström  (D)
    Enköpings SKarrowWings HC Arlanda
  3. 29 Mar 2023 |  William Wallinder  (D)
    Rögle BKarrowDetroit Red Wings
  4. 29 Mar 2023 |  Artyom Kulakov  (D)
    Erie OttersarrowWorcester Railers
  5. 29 Mar 2023 |  Yannick Hänggi  (D)
    EHC OltenarrowEHC Winterthur
  6. 29 Mar 2023 |  Erik Keresztury  (F)
    Eisbären Regensburgarrowunknown
  7. 29 Mar 2023 |  Vasily Koshechkin  (G)
    Metallurg Magnitogorskarrowretired as player

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