HUNTSVILLE – The Havoc roared back from a two-goal deficit to beat the visiting Birmingham Bulls Friday night 4-3 on home ice in the Rocket City.
Winger Trevor Gerling led the Havoc with two goals and an assist as Huntsville gained ground on their in-state rivals in the SPHL standings.
“Tonight had a playoff feel to it,” said Havoc Head Coach Glenn Detulleo. “I loved how determined we played. We stayed with it despite getting down by two goals and fought back to earn ourselves two important points in the standings.”
The Bulls (32-13-2) jumped out to an early lead, scoring less than five minutes in to the first period on a powerplay and again with just 1:01 elapsed in the second period.
After Birmingham’s second score, the Havoc (28-14-3) responded quickly with a powerplay goal of their own at 2:23 in to the middle frame. Rob Darrar wristed a shot through traffic from the right faceoff circle that rebounded to Gerling’s stick who stuffed it home from the doorstep.
To read the full article, click here.
Article/photo credit: Huntsville Havoc