Frisch Advances to Finals for 2nd Straight Year
3/8/2017 12:07

In a rematch of last year's championship, and an early season matchu which ended in a tie, Frisch took the long trip out to Long Island, for wht would trn out to be an epic semi final matchup in the DRS gym. It looked like the the trip wore on Frisch a bt as they came out sluggish and led to a few DRS chances in which they were able to capitalize on a wrap around goal by Frenkel to give DRS an early 1-0 lead. Frisch started to wake up and mounted a few chances, hitting 2 posts as there was a see saw battle ending the first.

The second period sw much of the same see saw battle as Markovitz and Aryeh stood tall in net. Finally with 3 minutes left in the 2nd, Frisch was able to capitlize on a PP on a shot from the point by Josh Levine tng the game a 1. The score would stay the same heading into the 3rd.

As the 3rd period started, Frisch really mounted a great amount of offensive pressure but Aryeh continued to stand tall in net. As the period wore on each team had their shots but the goalies both would not let anything past them, and the game headed into overtime. 

DRS came out incredibly strong the first 4 minutes of OT mounting an incredible amount of chances and shots, but Marovitz thwarted each one of them. Frisch then swung the momentum the other way testing Aryeh who was just as up to the task. Finally, with 5:45 left on a deep faceoof in the DRS defensive zone, Jason Alter won the faceoff directly back to Josh Levine, who much like his hsot earlier in the game was able to bury the wrist shot sending Frisch back to the Finals for the 2nd straight year.