JAMESTOWN – Shaking off a 7-0 loss on Friday, the Jamestown Rebels snapped their eight-game losing streak on Saturday after posting a 6-1 win over the Johnstown Tomahawks in their final game of a two-game home series.
Noah Finstrom finished with a three point night for the Rebels, scoring a pair of goals and dishing out an assist.
Nick Siffringer tallied a goal and an assist to help out the cause for Jamestown.
Eric Olson, like Finstrom, had a three point night with a power play goal and two assists.
Jordan Cormier and Brett Morich each scored one goal with Morich picking up 15 penalty minutes via a five minute major for fighting and a 10 minute game misconduct 3:38 into the game.
Between the pipes, Noah West saved 33 out of 34 shots faced, good for a save percentage of more than 97 percent.
For the Tomahawks, Tristan Poissant scored their only goal of the game.
Spencer DenBeste and Max Kouznetsov assisted Poissant’s goal.
Reed Stark accumulated 17 penalty minutes in the first period for Johnstown by way of a two minute penalty for cross checking, a five minute major for fighting Morich as well as a 10 minute game misconduct.
With the win, Jamestown received two points to bump their season total to 27, one point behind the Northeast Generals who are in second-to-last in the Eastern Division.
The Rebels will remain at home for their next four games, with the first game on Jan. 17 at 7:05 in which they will begin a two-game series vs. the Wilkes Barre/Scranton Knights, who are in third in the East.