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Miami capitalizes on BG penalties

Thirteen penalties for a total of 45 minutes in the box lead to the Falcon’s 6-1 loss against Miami Saturday.

The RedHawks capitalized on four of seven power plays in the game.

“Their power play was really the difference in the game,” said head coach Scott Paluch. “We had no way to stop them on the power play and taking some unnecessary penalties really put us in the hole.”

The Falcons’ first major penalty came at 5:44 to Alex Rogosheske. He received a 5:00 penalty for checking from behind and a game misconduct.

A little over two minutes later, Miami found the net giving them their first power play goal of the evening.

“They used the power play to gain momentum in the game,” Paluch said. “Clearly the game was dictated by their special teams.”

The next penalty that in a Miami power play goal didn’t come until the end of the second period. Captain D’Arcy McConvey hit Miami’s goaltender, which resulted in some pushing and shoving after the whistle.

The altercation resulted in four penalties, two to Miami and two to the Falcons. McConvey received a 2:00 penalty for charging the goalie and a 2:00 penalty for roughing. One Miami player received a 10:00 penalty and a game misconduct, while another RedHawk also received a roughing penalty.

Thirty seconds later, another altercation arose in front of Miami’s net and the RedHawks scored another power play goal.

This altercation resulted in eight penalties, four to each team. Kip Horner received a 2:00 penalty for slashing, while Erik Eaton received the remainder of the penalties: two 2:00 penalties for roughing, a 10-minute penalty and a game misconduct. Miami received 2:00 penalties for roughing and cross-checking (2) and a 10-minute game misconduct penalty.

“We want to avoid those type of situations,” Paluch said. “We don’t want to get involved with that kind of stuff in-between the whistle. Those altercations certainly didn’t help us.”

With the 13 penalties the Falcons had the RedHawks were able to come up with 13 shots on goal.

“We took too many penalties and weren’t able to kill them,” said goaltender Tyler Masters.

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