BROOKLYN AVIATORS: State of The Hangar.
After twenty Aviator games this season, Andrew Owsiak has taken over the team lead in points with twenty-seven, versus twenty-six for long time team leader Chris Ferazzoli. Andrew Owsiak is also tied with Jesse Felten for the team lead in goals with twelve. While Chris Ferazzoli still leads the team with sixteen assists. Jesse Felten leads all Flatbush skaters with a stellar +15 rating.
Between the pipes, Peter Dundovich actually owns the League's best Goals Against Average with a 2.19 mark. But that is based on seven games played as Brooklyn's back-up goalie. The rest of the League's regular goalies are averaging about twelve starts by now. Dundovich owns a 3-1 record. The A's starting goalie, Josselin St. Pierre is 5-3 since signing on to replace Thomas Lee. Josselin has a 3.51 GAA in ten games.
Thursday and Friday the Coolest Guys in Brooklyn are headed to New Jersey for another back-to-back set against the first place Outlaws. And they aren't in first place for nothing. In four meetings this season, the Aviators are winless against them. Additionally, New Jersey has outscored Brooklyn in those four games by a 20-13 margin. Overall this season, New Jersey is 18-3 with fifty-six points. 1000 Islands is in second place with fifty points. Then Brooklyn and Danbury are locked in a tie for third with thirty-six points each.
The New Jersey Outlaws sport three of the League's top ten scorers:
2) - Kevin Cooper-44 points;
4) - Travis Kauffeldt-40 points;
6) - and former Brooklyn favorite, Matthew Puntureri with 37 points.
The A's will then return to The Hangar for a Saturday tilt against Cape Cod again. Brooklyn is fresh off sweeping a pair of games against the Blue Fins last weekend. Their season series is now tied at four games apiece. As of Wednesday afternoon, the Cape Cod Blue Fins are in sixth place with twenty-two points.