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Cannons overpower Outlaws in 16-9 win

June 18, 2017


DENVER (June 17, 2017) – Davey Emala and Will Manny combined for eight goals in the Cannons’ 16-9 win over the Outlaws in Denver on Saturday night. The win avenged Boston’s loss to this very Denver club two weeks ago. 

Boston goalie Tyler Fiorito earned the Coca-Cola Player of the Game after stopping 20 of the 29 shots against him. He made eight saves and did not allow a goal in the fourth quarter. 

The teams were within a goal of each other at the end of the first quarter and within two goals after the second quarter, but Boston pulled away by outscoring Denver by a 7-2 margin in the second half.  

Making his professional debut, Sergio Perkovic scored the first goal of his career just 3:49 into the game. 

Davey Emala led all scorers with five goals. 

Will Manny had three goals and an assist, marking the third time in his last four games that he’s recorded at least four points. 

Eric Law had a hat trick and added an assist, leading all Denver scorers.