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Six different players score for St. John's in 6-2 victory over Syracuses

Tuesday, 12.10.2013 / 8:55 PM / News

The Canadian Press

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Six different players score for St. John's in 6-2 victory over Syracuses

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - The St. John's IceCaps scored by committee Tuesday night to rout the Syracuse Crunch 6-2 in American Hockey League action.

Jason Jaffray, Adam Lowry, Kris Fredheim, Will O'Neill, Carl Klingberg and Ryan Schnell scored for the IceCaps (13-10-3).

Mike Angelidis and Cedric Paquette answered for the Crunch (11-9-3).

Jaffray opened the scoring for the IceCaps, connecting on a one-time slapshot 8:23 into the first period that beat Kristers Gudlevskis high over the blocker on the power play.

Captain Angelidis equalized for Syracuse, tapping in a cross-crease pass on a 2-on-1 rush at the 11:10 mark of the first.

Lowry made it 2-1 IceCaps with 1:57 left in the first, sneaking a wrist shot five hole from the slot through traffic.

At the 7:05 mark of the second, Fredheim scored another power-play goal for the IceCaps, hitting a slapshot high blocker from the point.

Twelve seconds later, IceCaps forward Schnell beat Gudlevskis with a wrister, chasing the goalie from the net.

O'Neill scored for the IceCaps with 10 seconds left in the second, finishing a one-timed slapshot from the point.

Paquette scored high glove to make the game 5-2 at 9:07 in the third.

Klingberg then scored a high wrister with 30.6 seconds left in the game.

Gudlevskis made 16 saves for Syracuse, while Cedrick Desjardins stopped 25 in relief. Jussi Olkinuora stopped 13 for the IceCaps.

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