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Forward Luke Colton (13) prepares for face off against North Broward Preparatory School. The game took place on Nov. 27 at the Panthers Ice Den.

MSD men’s ice hockey team falls short against North Broward Preparatory School

The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School men’s ice hockey team played against North Broward Preparatory School on Monday, Nov. 27 at the Panthers Ice Den. This was the final game of the fall season for the Eagles, as they hoped to avenge their prior loss against North Broward.

The high school ice hockey season is split up into two seasons, fall and winter. This game against North Broward wrapped up the entirety of the season. Following the conclusion of the game, the Eagles will play their next season during the second semester.

With spectators crowding around the side of the ice and in the seats, the game began. Following the opening whistle, both teams struggled to score. Despite North Broward dominating possession, both teams remained scoreless for the entirety of the first period.

“We played as a team and moved the puck,” left wing Ethan Pahkomov (16) said. “We made sure to not let up any goals when I was on the ice and we all played with heart.”

The second period began with North Broward putting up the first points of the game. They quickly took a 1-0 lead. Shortly after, North Broward scored two more goals, extending their lead to 3-0. This score remained the same for the remainder of the period, as the Eagles trailed North Broward 3-0.

“Moving the puck was our strongest thing,” defensive man Nathan Shelowitz (29) said. “Getting the deep shots is probably the best thing we did today.”

Not much changed in the third period, as North Broward came out attacking the Eagles goal, eventually leading to another score. Additionally, they tallied up two more goals to extend their lead to 6-0. This was the final score of the game, as the Eagles suffered a shutout loss to North Broward.

“We didn’t stop fighting from the beginning,” Pahkomov said. “It was a really tough game. Luke broke his stick and that’s the only way they scored on a power play. And that was it.”

This was the final game for the Eagles men’s ice hockey team during the fall season. They will continue their 2023-2024 school year season during the winter, following the new year.

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Alison LaTorre, Associate Editor-in-Chief
Alison LaTorre is a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. This year, she is one of the Associate Editors-in-Chief. She enjoys reading, going to the beach and listening to music.
Ryan Shimony, Sports Editor
Ryan Shimony is a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. He is sports editor for the Eagle Eye. Outside of writing, he enjoys playing golf and hanging out with friends.
Glory Lee, Photo Editor
Glory Lee is a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. She is and has been a photo editor for the past three years. She enjoys boxing, skydiving and jet skiing.
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