DANBURY, CT – The Danbury Hat Tricks of the NAHL wrapped up a series with the Johnstown Tomahawks on Friday and ended up suffering their worst loss since September 15th. When it was all said and done, the Hat Tricks fell 8-2.

The first period opened up with a bang – when the Hat Tricks were assessed two penalties simultaneously only 24 seconds into the period. Danbury killed the penalties but gave up a shorthanded goal shortly thereafter. Luka Sukovic (2) would answer with a goal to tie it up.

The Hat Tricks surrendered a goal with only seven seconds left in the first to send the game to the dressing room at a 2-1 deficit. Danbury would then surrender six straight to Johnstown.

Three goals in the second scored by Jacob Badal, Frank Jenkins, and Stephen Kyrkostas gave the Tomahawks a 5-1 lead into the third. Three goals from David Matousek, Sean Ramsay, and Frank Jenkins extended that lead to 8-1.

Boris Skalos (4) would get one back for Danbury to make it an 8-2 score, which is how the game would end.

The Hat Tricks are back in action next Friday and Saturday against the Maryland Black Bears before taking a two-week hiatus for the NAHL’s Christmas break.

You can buy tickets to next week’s game on our website or at the front gate of Danbury Arena. If you can’t make it out to the game, make sure to follow along with all the action live via HockeyTV or online via our social media channels.