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Nick Shute scored two goals as Washington Township defeated Kingsway 6-1 in the final regular season game and a rare home game for the Minutemen. The six goals is the second highest offensive output for Township and they are 3-0-1 in their last four games and peaking at the right time with playoffs starting. Shute made it 1-0 at the eight minute mark, putting home a rebound. Joe Crincoli made it 2-0 late in the period with Stefano Sferra and Andrew McGinley assisting. Kyle Rink got the start in nets for Township and stopped 12 of thirteen shots. Early in the second period Joey Ricchezza would set-up Shute for his second goal and the lead was 3-0. 

Kingsway would get a power play goal from Mike Moss early in the third period to cut the lead to 3-1, but Township would finish strong with three goals in a span of two minutes with Jarrett Wharton, Harrison Rauh and McGinley getting the scores for the 6-1 final. 

Notes: Township will open up against Eastern in the first round of the double elimination tournament, having lost both contests and only scoring twice. They will need this kind of offensive production they got tonight, plus strong goaltending if they want to advance. Good luck to all teams! 

Written by Mike Costantino

Posted in: Kingsway, Wash Twp
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