Goalie Matt Jurusik posted his third consecutive shutout, and the Janesville Jets ran their winning streak to 13 games with a 2-0 victory at Springfield in a North American Hockey League game Friday night.
Matt Jurusik recorded two shutouts and set a new season high for saves in a game over the weekend as the Janesville Jets swept the Keystone Ice Miners.
For the second consecutive night, the Janesville Jets scored a goal in the third period and beat the Keystone Ice Miners 1-0 behind goaltender Matt Jurusik. Janesville has now won 12 straight games and matched the franchise’s single-season win total of 38.
Matt Jurusik kept the Keystone Ice Miners off the board long enough for his Janesville Jets to grab a third-period lead, then hung on for a 1-0 NAHL North Division win Friday night.
Which came first: the Division I college hockey prospect or the DI coach hoping to add a recruit to his roster?
That's the chicken-or-egg question these days for the Janesville Jets.
Four different players scored, and Janesville won for the 19th time in 20 games Friday night against Coulee Region
For the fourth straight weekend, the Janesville Jets earned an NAHL series sweep, and they won for the eighth straight time and 18th time in 19 games Saturday night.
The Janesville Jets used a four-goal outburst in the middle period of Friday's game against Soo to beat the Eagles 6-1.
The Janesville Jets trailed for nearly 50 minutes Friday night before they rattled off five goals in the final seven minutes against the Johnstown Tomahawks. Their stunning 6-3 victory gave them their third straight sweep, their 12th consecutive victory at the Janesville Ice Arena and their 15th win in 16 outings.
Grant Hutton grew up attending hockey camps at Miami University in Ohio.
The Oxford campus was less than a two-hour drive from his hometown of Carmel, Indiana.
So when the Red Hawks...