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Griffin Conroy stopped all 25 shots and the Quakes scored 4 power play goals as Moorestown defeated Shawnee 4-0 in the late game at the Skate Zone in Voorhees on Monday night. It seemed like every time Shawnee committed a penalty, Moorestown would capitalize. Early in the first period Charlie Banquier would connect on the power play for the Quakes, scoring his third goal of the season and a 1-0 lead. That was all Conroy would need as it turned out, but in the second period, one with 11 penalties called, Moorestown would have a golden opportunity once again early in the period, this time a two-man advantage but could not capitalize. But midway through the period Brandon Eberly would score the second power play goal of the game and the lead was 2-0.

Late in the period Robert Wildish would get his fifth of the season and Moorestown led 3-0 after two. Shawnee would have three power play opportunities in the third but could not get one by Conroy and Luke Dobbs would score the fourth power play goal with five minutes left to close out the scoring.

Written by Mike Costantino

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