As the 2020 portion of the Oregon Tradesmen schedule came to a close, everyone involved were encouraged after the 5-3 victory over the Milwaukee Power. The team will enjoy a holiday break before returning to action January 8-9.
Two goals each from Jason Tenezaca and Gunnar Schiffmann powered the Tradesmen offense. Jack Sumner also scored his first of the season.
— Oregon Tradesmen (@OregonTradesmen) December 18, 2020
Goaltender Hunter Adams, who stopped 35 of 38 shots, deserved much of the credit in the team victory surviving a second period which he saw 18 shots. The Power were able to tie the game 2-2 at 6:41 of the period, but Adams stood up to the challenge the rest of the way. Milwaukee did not score their third until 18:38 of the third when the game was already in hand.
Oregon (9-8-0-0) have yet to play a game in the home rink due to COVID-19 restrictions. They currently sit in third place of the six-team NA3HL Central Division. Rochester Grizzlies (14-2-0-0) and Peoria Mustangs (10-2-1-1), who play a two-game series this weekend, are on top of the standings. With the regular season schedule extending to March 13 there is plenty of hockey left in 2021.