The Hungarian side scored an empty netter to give them a 4-2 win and split the weekend with the Devils.
It was another feisty affair between the two teams who set the tone early with some good chances and some even better hits in the opening 10 minutes of play. The best chance came off the stick of Charles Linglet when he danced through the defence but couldn’t find a way past Daniel Kornakker in net for Fehervar.
Pictured Below: Charles Linglet breaks through the Fehervar defence
Mike McNamee opened the scoring at 28:03 on the powerplay with Gleason Fournier drawing the lone assist at 28:03, but less than 4 minutes later Daniel Szabo had evened the scoreline with a powerplay goal of his own.
Pictured Below: Mike McNamee opened the scoring on Sunday
At 33:15 Anze Kuralt gave the visitors the lead with their second powerplay goal of the game. The scoreline stayed at 2-1 in favour of Fehervar after 40 minutes of play.
The Devils tied the game at 2-2 at 52:07 on the powerplay when Joey Haddad tipped in a shot from Sean McMonagle, but at 54:46 Fehervar were back in front courtesy of Aron Reisz with a low shot that beat Ben Bowns to make it 3-2.
Pictured Below: Joey Haddad celebrates his goal with linemates Blair Riley & Sean Bentivoglio
The game was sealed with an empty net goal from Mikko Lehtonen with 18 seconds left in the game to finish off the scoring and the win for Fehervar AV19.
Photo Credit: David Williams & Helen Brabon