There has been no word on the tests for performance enhancing drugs on the Landry Drywall goalie.
This past Sunday, against the Gators he was able to shut them out for 43 minutes, until Brenden “HotStick” McKieran’s end to end rush. Scott Rickard banged in the rebound.
NAHL/CHL are to make announcement early next week.
The Gators came out soft and couldn’t put it in the net against Landry Drywall this past Sunday, and lose 8-1. After coming off a monumental win against Kahoots, it appeared the Gators were ready to steam roll through the last few weeks of the season and into the playoffs, until Landry stopped them in their tracks.
“We played horrible all night” said Les Hrapchack.
Forward RJ Gates added, “It wasn’t as bad as it looks. We had some great chances and were able to finish it.”
But these comments were before the Gators were informed that the NAHL/CHL were testing the Landry goalie for performance enhancing drugs.
“This guy has barely been around all year long. All of a sudden he shuts us out for 43 minutes. It doesn’t make sense” said forward Jeremy Coccaro.
If the team is found guilty, it can be a costly penalty. “Being able to have a chance to break Sir Gay’s sticks without retributions, works for me” claimed Hrapchack.
The Gators return to action tonight to face Landry Drywall in the last meeting between the two teams of this season. Gators are 6-1 against Landry this season.
Gators have suspended goalie Jason Szerszen one game for an undisclosed team penalty. Owner RJ Gates, “We are handling the situation internally. Szerszen played well last game and he will be back soon.”
The game time was changed to accomindate the Olympic showdown between Team USA and Team Canada. Assistant General Manager, Les Hrapchack said, “We are happy for the change. We did not want to get into a TV ratings battle.”