playoff roundup: Chelsea hockey comes back to win in double overtime, Pioneer tops Skyline
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Division 2 Regional at Arctic Coliseum
Mark Sullivan scored a game-tying goal with less than one-minute remaining in regulation to force the first extra session for Chelsea.
After both teams went scoreless in the first overtime, Alec Daman scored a power play goal with 1:54 remaining in the second overtime.
Charlie Miller blocked 27 of the 30 shots on goal for Chelsea, while Lumen Christi goaltender Michael Todd came up one save short with 26 saves on 30 shots attempted against him.
Chelsea faces Dearborn Divine Child in a Division 3 regional semi-final match-up at Allen Park Ice Arena on Saturday, March 2 at 7:15 p.m.
Division 3 Regional at Ann Arbor Ice Cube
Ann Arbor Pioneer's Niko Michos provided the game-winning goal halfway through the second period to improve the Pioneers to 19-7-1.
Anthony Moran and Louis Marr recorded the assists on the scoring play.
Karl Gage made 12 saves to record the shutout victory.
"We dominated the flow of the game, and I thought we played one of our better games of the season," Pioneer coach Paul Fassbender said. "They play an excellent system as far as defense, and they blocked a lot of shots on us.
Ethan Hiltner made 40 saves to lead Ann Arbor Skyline (12-15).
Pioneer will play Pinckney (13-12-2) at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Arctic Coliseum.
"We played them earlier this season, and it was a very tight game," Fassbender said. "It was an even game, we won 6-3, but they are a solid team. They aren't going to just throw people in front of the net, and hope we don't score. They are going to be aggressive, and make us work for every shot."