Although the Hawks and Bruins exchanged early goals to be even at 4-4, it was from this point on that the black and yellow started to dominate the play. These Bruins looked more like Yogi at Jellystone Park as they had their choice of which picnic basket they would like. With 5 goals coming from defensive turnovers and three screen shots, the Bruins asserted themselves and mauled the Hawks by a score of 9-5. The Hawk's Haider had a game for the ages as he potted 5 goals, three on one shift! Mr. Seidenberg and Noor provided helpers on two of Haider’s goals. However the victorious Bruins displayed a very balanced attack as Matthew scored the hat trick, and Russell, Adam and Kavie each netted a pair.
The combination of McFarlane and Asad was too great for the Jets to control and counter, as the Habs were able to ground the Jets on the runway and never let them take flight. Aedan once again was able to score for the Jets, but that was to be their only goal of the evening, as Anthony, the Habs goalie, must have doused himself with puck repellent before the match. Meanwhile, McFarlane and Asad led the Hab offense with identical tallies of 5 goals and 2 assists each, resulting in their 10-1 victory.
In the second game of the Friday doubleheader, Paul was looking to get his goals per game average back to the lofty total of his league debut game. The Stars had ideas of their own, and their rookie sensation, Aariz, responded with a career game as he notched 4 goals. Mohammed added to his goal scoring totals from last game contributing a single marker in this match, while Mr. Dominato, Mr. Steady, made this his third straight game in which he managed to score at least one goal. Unfortunately for the Stars, Paul was able to counter that with his 6-goal outburst, and with GJ netting 2 goals, and Ms. Bright and Godfrey each collecting singles, the Flyers came away with a 10-6 victory.