Sutton Sting – TC Cars Solihull Barons



Sutton Sting : 5
TC Cars Solihull Barons : 7
EIHA Moralee Division

The TC Cars Solihull Barons bucked the last weekend’s disappointment with a win away at Sutton Sting on Saturday evening in a Moralee league tie with the result only decided in the final minutes of the third period.

Sam between the pipes once more (J&K Davies)

An hour and a half earlier things had looked like a much more comfortable for a Barons win with the Solihull side burying the puck in the Sutton net before even a minute had ticked over – Phil Mulcahy finishing off with support from Niklas Ottosson. A stunned Sutton were further knocked back on their skates almost immediately as Ottosson added to his assist with a goal of his own, this time Daniel Mulcahy giving the support to leave the Barons sitting on a two goal lead in as many minutes. By mid period Solihull had found the net once more as Rich Crowe converted on the powerplay to defeat Harrison Walker in the Sting net.

Things get heated (J&K Davies)

By the end of the first twenty the Sutton had stung back with late period goals by Ryan Johnson and a delayed penalty effort by David Pyatt. It was also clear that officiating decisions were becoming controversial and this also resulted in non-playing goalie Dangie Brittle being sent to the dressing room.

Niklas and Daniel Mulcahy circulate in the offensive zone (J&K Davies)

The Sting would therefore start the second period on the PP and Jamie Scott did not squander the opportunity to bring Sutton level in the first minute of the middle period. Within a minute of this, Sutton edged ahead, this time Adrian Palak with the goal, and by 24 minutes Andrew Hirst gave the Sting their fifth unanswered goal in little over five minutes of ice time. A second goal by the Barons Phil Mulcahy just after Hirst’s effort steadied the Barons and with Rich Slater converting a powerplay opportunity from short-range the two sides were level going into the final twenty minutes.

A bit of a tumble (J&K Davies)

The final period saw the balance of play tip toward the Barons but it took a powerplay and a Tom Soar conversion for Solihull to regain the lead, with the icing on the cake coming from Niklas Ottosson in the dying seconds to give the Barons a 7-5 win.

The Barons next outing is against the league leading Solway Sharks at home on the 12th January in what should be another very closely fought tie. Face-off 5:30pm.

Sam Hewitt (J&K Davies)
Barons Man of the Match Sam Hewitt



Date Time League Season
January 11, 2020 4:30 pm Moralee Division 2019/20


Sutton Sting2305
Solihull Barons3227

Sutton Sting

Position G A PIM SA GA SV

Solihull Barons

# Player Position G A PIM SA GA SV
3Marcus MaynardDefence012000
4Dave RogersDefence012000
6Richard CroweDefence110000
8Paul StanleyOffence000000
16Andy WhitehouseOffence000000
17Richard SlaterOffence100000
23Daniel MulcahyOffence020000
24Philip MulcahyOffence202000
25Daniel BrittleGoalie0032000
31Sam HewittGoalie00029524
36Henry AdamsOffence002000
41Tomas JanakDefence000000
72Callum BowleyOffence020000
77Andrew HaywardDefence000000
79Tom SoarOffence110000
81James MoellerDefence000000
91Niklas OttossonOffence230000
97Ruskin HughesOffence000000
 Total 7114029524


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