BOSTON (May 12, 2018) – Kevin Rice matched the Blaze franchise record for points in a single game in a 17-14 win over the Cannons on Saturday night at Harvard Stadium.
Rice had nine points (4 goals, 4 assists) including a two-point goal with two seconds remaining in regulation to secure the win.
Max Seibald finished with four points and brought the Cannons to within a goal of Atlanta with 33 seconds left in the game with a two-point goal.
For the Blaze it marked their third straight win, the longest winning streak in franchise history.
PLAYERS OF NOTE
- Kevin Rice was the Coca-Cola MVP. He matched Deemer Class and Randy Staats for the most points in a single game by a Blaze player. Rice has 16 points in two games against the Cannons this season.
- Matt Gibson had two goals and two assists.
- Will Sands finished with five points (3 goals, 2 assists) in the second game of his career.
- Max Seibald (2 goals, assist) recorded the 30th two-point goal of his career in his 100th career game.