The Junior A Penguins defeated the Motor City Chiefs on Saturday 5-2. \” We were very sloppy and a lot of that has to do with the way Motor City played. They outworked us and were winning all the little battles. Dylan Trombetta had a huge game and showed what he is capable of. Dylan can be a difference maker for this team when he plays like that, \” said Coach Dorsey. Kyle Rosendale added two late goals to seal the victory for the Junior A Pens.
On Sunday, the Junior A Pens came out strong and defeated Motor City 10-0 behind a Kyle Rosendale hat trick. \” Rosy played his most complete game in a Pens uniform. He is starting to understand the systems we are playing and is working real hard and it is showing. We moved the puck real well as a team out there today and that was the thing I was most proud of, \” said Coach Dorsey.
The return of veteran forward Aaron Hahne and goaltender Anthony Sweet was huge for the Penguins. \” Aaron is everything that is right about this game and he is a great role model for the young guys. Anthony Sweet is a great teammate and a tremendous competitor, \” stated Coach Dorsey. The Junior A Pens go on the road next weekend to face a very tough Quad City Flames team.