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Michigan hands home-ice loss to Tomahawks
The Johnstown Tomahawks hosted the Michigan Warriors for the second time this weekend looking to get retribution for Friday night's loss.
The Tomahawks fell behind but were able to battle back only to give up the lead, and the game, 4-2, in front of 3,078 fans.
Farkas’ third-period goal sinks Tomahawks
The NAHL North Division has been tight all season.
The Michigan Warriors made it just a bit more interesting on Friday night.
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Tomahawks blanked in Michigan
The Port Huron Fighting Falcons scored four third-period goals to break open a tight NAHL game and beat the Johnstown Tomahawks 5-0 on Saturday night at McMorran Arena.
Neither team scored in the first period, and the game remained scoreless until Port Huron’s Reed Scahill found the net at 12:37 of the second period.
Matt Jones and Lucas Linville each assisted on the goal.
Tomahawks swap Mullan for forward
The Johnstown Tomahawks announced Tuesday the NAHL team acquired forward Tanner Barnes and other considerations from the Wenatchee Wild for veteran forward Omar Mullan.
Barnes, a 6-foot-1 native of Burnsville, Minn., had scored five goals and six assists with 30 penalty minutes in 25 games with the Wild this season. He also played in four games with the NAHL’s Coulee Region Chill at the start of this season.
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Tomahawks shut out on the road
Nick Belger scored twice, and goaltender Landen Trutt stopped all 28 shots he faced as the Soo Eagles defeated the visiting Johnstown Tomahawks 3-0 on Friday night at Puller Stadium.
The setback ended Johnstown’s three-game winning streak. The second-place Tomahawks also lost ground to North Division-leading Port Huron, a winner over Janesville on Friday.
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