Black Wolves flip script one day later: New England defeats Wings
By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Just hours after the Philadelphia Wings picked up their second win of the season, the New England Black Wolves evened the season series. The Black Wolves won 17-11 over the Wings on Sunday afternoon at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut.
The Black Wolves improved to 5-4 on the season. The Wings fell to 2-8 on their first-year back after three seasons away.
New England is in the middle of the pack in the Eastern Division as they are 2.5 games behind the 7-1 Toronto Rock. Philadelphia is 6 games back, as they are dead-last in the Division.
Callum Crawford had five of the Black Wolves goals with seven assists. Stephan Leblanc had four goals and three assists. Reilly O’Connor and Tyler Digby had two goals each, while Brett Manney, David Brock, Greg Downing, Dereck Downs also had a goal each.
Five Wings players scored two goals each. Matt Rambo, Blaze Riorden, Kevin Crowley, Jordan Hall, and Kiel Matisz scored two goals each.
Rambo also had four assists, while Riorden had one assist. Crowley had two assists, Matisz also had two assists. Hall had one assist.
Josh Currier had one goal and five assists. Vaughn Harris also had two assists.
Davide DiRuscio received the loss. He allowed 10 goals on 34 shots, while making 24 saves.
Doug Buchan allowed six goals on 22 shots.