Sea Wolves Trounced by Mammoth 5-1

by Sea Wolves Digital Media

Elmira, NY The (2-11-2) Mississippi Sea Wolves offense was hindered again on Saturday night, losing 5-1 to the (4-9-2) Elmira Mammoth at First Arena. Elmira goaltender Thomas Proudlock was the star of the show after stopping 42 Sea Wolves shots.  

Much like Friday’s series opener, the Mammoth logged the first period’s only goal. This time, it was Parker Moskal (12:43) scoring on the loose change.  

The middle period included back-to-back strikes from Elmira’s Isaiah Crawford at 1:21 and 3:44 for a 3-0 Mammoth advantage. Yianni Liarakos (13:57) added one more for good measure and a 4-0 score at the second intermission.  

Jake Raleigh of the Sea Wolves broke Proudlock’s shutout bid four minutes into period three after getting alone in front of the net. Jakub Volf (10:05) got one back for the Mammoth and recorded his first goal in an Elmira uniform.  

With the 5-1 final score, the Mammoth increased their win streak to three games while the Sea Wolves losing skid moves to 12. Mississippi goaltender Greg Harney blocked 36 of 41 Elmira chances.  

The Sea Wolves will now prepare for a three-in-three series against the Carolina Thunderbirds, beginning on December 8 with a neutral-site meeting in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Puck drop will take place at 6pm inside the Raising Cane’s River Center.  



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