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Boomer Miller scored two goals, both short-handed and the Chiefs added three power play goals as they opened up the regular season with a 6-2 win against Black Horse. Zachary Faust scored both Black Horse goals. Faust scored just over one minute into the game to give Black Horse an early 1-0 lead, but Cherokee would bounce back less than one minute later as Miller scored his first short-handed goal to tie the game at 1-1 with Kyle Horner getting the assist. After giving up the early goal, Matt Bidini would settle down and had a solid game in his debut. Anthony Salvatore gave Cherokee a 2-1 lead scoring a power play goal at the ten minute mark and just over one minute later Max Zeligson made it 3-1as he intercepted a clearing pass and went top shelf for the only even strength goal of the night for the Chiefs.

Miller was once again set-up by Horner late in the second period for his second short-handed goal of the night for a 4-1 lead. Cherokee spent most of the period killing five penalties and Bidini had his strongest period as he kept Black Horse off the board. Faust would get his second goal of the night early in the third period to give Black Horse some life but two power play goals, one by Andeas Katsanos and one by Hunter Ray, one minute apart, put the game out of reach.

Written by Mike Costantino

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