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Ice Hockey: Central Blues outgun Whites 8-6 in Metulla
Goaltender Liam Horowitz made some nifty saves to guide the Central Blues to an
8-6 victory over the Northern Whites in last weekend’s Israel Recreational
Hockey Association game in Metulla.
Veteran center Nathan Eisner showed
no signs of his off-seaon knee surgery, combining with linemates Lisa Horowitz
and Sagi Baffet for four of the Blues’ goals.
Left winger Nim Gluckman
shook off jetlag from his recent trip to northern Canada and finished off a 1-
2-3 passing play from Erez Kohanke and Ben Chernie, firing a wrist shot to the
top corner over lunging goalie Harry May.
The Whites’ Michael Horowitz
and Yechiel Luterman each had two goals in the losing effort, with a single and
three assists to Lawrence Sternthal who returned to the lineup after a three
The IRHA is sponsoring a pre-Pessah hockey clinic for kids
and adults next week at the Canada Centre in Metulla.
The clinic will be
held over three sessions on the Olympic rink, with one on Wednesday, April 13th
from 20:30-21:30 and two on Thursday, April 14th from 8:45-9:45 and 20:00-
Cost will depend on number of participants, but should be roughly
100- 150 NIS per person.
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