The Florida Eels Premier Defeats the Palm Beach Typhoon 10-5 in their last game of the Season between their Two Teams

In the eight games between the Eels and the Typhoon, the Eels came out on top.  The Eels simply had too much depth this season for the Typhoon. With the many veterans in their line up the Eels had multiple weapons from high flying wingers to punishing wingers along the boards and shut down defensemen in the D Zone. Let alone two incredible goaltenders who were able to steadfastly close the barn door. But credit to the Typhoon whose players did not quit. They pushed the Eels in every game. This week was no exception, as the Typhoon scoring 4 goals on Tuesday and another 5 today. This was a new expansion team that had a full squad competing in every game. With an excellent coaching staff, they have   set the seeds for a very fruitful future.


We saw today where the Eels are headed. They are focused 100% on the playoffs. They are fine tuning the team to take on their opponent in the playoffs. Take no team for granted. Not to look too forward to Nationals. The boys looked impressive today and their firepower for lethal. We still have some work to do. Very exciting. This week we still have games against the Jr Blades. Friday night 9:00pm at Hertz and Sunday at home 1:00 pm


Here was the scoring today.


Palm Beach Typhoon 5 at Florida Eels 10 – Status: Final
Wednesday, February 23, 2022 – Fort Myers Skatium

Palm Beach Typhoon 2 1 2 – 5
Florida Eels 4 2 4 – 10

1st Period-1, Florida Eels, Haddon-Harris 31 (Budgell, Moore), 0:40. 2, Florida Eels, Patterson 29 (Dill, Crupi), 1:18. 3, Palm Beach Typhoon, Lampen 30   2:40. 4, Florida Eels, Moore 7 (Shepherd, Howe), 8:00. 5, Florida Eels, Shepherd 4 (Phillips, Karlstrom), 16:18. 6, Palm Beach Typhoon, Caravella 7 (Connolly, Hartje), 18:13. Penalties-No Penalties

2nd Period-7, Palm Beach Typhoon, Lampen 31 (Brace), 1:03. 8, Florida Eels, Rosansky 15 (McCormick, Andrews), 2:22. 9, Florida Eels, Andrews 13 (McCormick, Rosansky), 19:13. Penalties-DavIdson Eel (cross-checking), 2:54; Saurbaugh Pbt (high-sticking), 9:54.

3rd Period-10, Florida Eels, Patterson 30 (Dill, Crupi), 1:29. 11, Palm Beach Typhoon, Brace 14 (Lampen), 4:57 (PP). 12, Palm Beach Typhoon, Lampen 32 (Choueiri), 6:14 (PP). 13, Florida Eels, Rosansky 16 (Andrews, Petersen), 14:11. 14, Florida Eels, Patterson 31 (Crupi, Dill), 14:34. 15, Florida Eels, Budgell 20 (Moore, DavIdson), 16:47. Penalties-Choueiri Pbt (slashing), 1:29; Howe Eel (slashing), 2:50; Tigges Eel (boarding), 3:36; Haddon-Harris Eel (tripping), 4:10; Haddon-Harris Eel (slashing), 12:02; Saurbaugh Pbt (roughing, game misconduct), 19:07; Crupi Eel (game misconduct), 19:07; Larsen Pbt (tripping), 19:46.

Shots on Goal-Palm Beach Typhoon 7-9-12-28. Florida Eels 21-25-20-66.
Power Play Opportunities-Palm Beach Typhoon 2 / 0; Florida Eels 0 / 0.
Goalies-Palm Beach Typhoon, Schubert 3-11-1-0 (66 shots-56 saves). Florida Eels, Rolleman 14-5-0-1 (28 shots-23 saves).

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