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Barons win again after shootout
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September 11, 2001; 07:08
Barons win again after shootout
David Oliver penalty shot secures 6-5 overtime victory
Frank Johne

 


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Munich, Germany - 4,053 spectators at Munich’s Olympia-Eisstadion really got to see their money’s worth on Sunday as the Munich Barons and the Schwenningen Wild Wings got into a real shootout, scoring five goals each in regulation. In a see-saw game, the Barons squandered a late second-period two-goal lead. Andy Schneider and David Oliver converted penalty shots as Munich claimed a 6-5 overtime win.
 

Rare 3-on-5 shorthander: Mike Kennedy
Leading DEL Scorers
(as of Feb 19, 2005)

The Barons drew first blood midway through the first when Thomas Dolak crowned an odd-man rush with his first goal of the season. But Schwenningen bounced right back and evened the score on a goal by Mark MacKay. Captain Simon Wheeldon gave the Barons a motivational boost heading into the first intermission when he converted the rebound after a blast by defender Shane Peacock on the powerplay.

However the Wild Wings stunned Munich with back-to-back scores early in the second. Mike Bullard beat Munich netminder Christian Künast with a shot off the faceoff only nine seconds in to tie it up at two apiece. Only 32 seconds later, a Jeff Nelson blast was deflected into the Barons net.

Although the Barons needed a little time to recover, they responded past the midway point of the game when Kent Fearns scored on a point blast on the powerplay.
Three minutes later, “The President” Mike Kennedy made Barons history when he got his team back in front 4-3. He scored a short-hander with two men down after huge miscommunication between the Wings goalie and a defender.

Kennedy added his second goal of the day two minutes later when Derek King assisted him on the one-man advantage – the Barons’ third powerplay score of the evening.
But instead of taking a 5-3 lead into the final intermission, the Barons allowed Schwenningen to respond right away and cut the lead in half on a goal by Peter Allen.

The game was tied 5-5 after regulation after a third-period score from Schwenningen’s Mike Bullard.

Under the league’s overtime rules, the game was decided in a 5-on-5 penalty shootout. While Jackson Penney provided the only scoring for the Wings, Andy Schneider and David Oliver converted their penalty shots for the Barons and thus secured two points.
Frank Johne

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