LEWISTON, ME – The Hat Tricks had their best game of the season last night and look to continue their success for a Saturday night tilt against the Maine Nordiques.
Friday’s game saw 13 goals, 14 players register points, 24 penalties, and a total of 146 penalty minutes assessed in the Hat Tricks’ 9-4 victory.
Danbury was led by three-point performances from Jazz Krivtsov who netted a Hat Trick, and Boris Skalos who tallied two goals and an assist.
9 goals is the highest single-game goal total in the history of the NAHL Hat Tricks, besting an 8-goal output against Northeast on April 10th of 2021.
Danbury looks for their second straight win to start the second half of the season starting at 7 p.m. tonight.
You can follow along with the game by following the Hat Tricks on their various social media channels or follow along live on HockeyTV.