Kraus' scoring output gives him 21 goals on the season, and he
also leads his club with 15 assists.
The victory was the fourth consecutive for Pipeline, which
improved to 8-2 overall.
Also contributing in the scoring column for the victors was Macsun
Frederick with two goals and three assists, David Distel with a pair of
goals and a pair of assists, Andy Holmes with a single goal, and Brian
McShane with an assist.
The Space Monkey's Stephen Sandberg, his team's leading scorer
with 16 goals, matched Kraus in the scoring department with four goals.
Cameron Cepek scored twice with an assist, Sean Hoang scored once,
Bradley Ellis picked up two assists, and Tyler Stokes added another
assist for the Space Monkeys, who had a two-game win streak snapped in
falling to 3-4-3 overall.
In other games:
Roadrunners 7, Elmos 5
Goalie Michael Urbano turned away 32 shot attempts, Brad Malone
scored twice with two assists, both Chaz Grant and Chris Sorem each
scored once with an assist, both Colby Kasubuchi and Michael Melia each
scored once, and both Ryan Pelliccioni and Matthew Smith each added
assists for the second-place Roadrunners, now 5-2-3 overall.
Jonathan Gibo scored three goals to pace the Elmos (4-6), who also
received two goals and a pair of assists from Chad Romers.
Prowlers 6, Fonzarellis 3
Both Patrick Killeen and Richard Leitner scored single goals and
Colin Crenshaw handed out two assists for the Prowlers, who evened their
record at 4-4-2.
A.J. Kawamura scored twice; Andrew Watt scored once with an
assist, and both Danny Cano and Adam Stanford each assisted goals to lead
the Fonzarellis (1-7-2).