Blast stops Wings

12/08/2012 7:52 AM

12/08/2012 7:53 AM

Adauto Neto assisted on Baltimore’s go-ahead goal in the third quarter then scored an insurance goal in the final six minutes as the unbeaten Blast beat the Wings 10-6 on Friday in Baltimore.

Wichita dropped to 1-5 after its second road game.

Alex Moseley and Miguel Ferrer had first-half goals to give Wichita a 4-2 lead at the break.

But Max Ferdinand and Tony Donatelli scored third-period goals to give Baltimore the lead for good.

Frederico Moojen scored for the Wings in the fourth period to get within two. It came on a power play with 8:47 to go.

The Wings play at Syracuse on Saturday night.

Wichita 2 2 0 2 6
Baltimore 0 2 4 4 10

First quarter—1. Wichita, Moseley (unassisted), 5:04. Penalties—Gieson, W, 0:54; Nunez, B, 2:27; Worley, W, 2:42; Lookingland, B, 6:24; Nunez, B, 7:36.

Second quarter—2. Baltimore, Gonzaga (Roque), 7:20; 3. Wichita, Ferrer (Hoxie), 8:44. Penalties—Lookingland, B, 2:32; Healey, B, 3:37.

Third quarter—4. Baltimore, Ferdinand (unassisted), 0:33; 5. Baltimore, Donatelli (Neto), 14:52. Penalties—Geison, W, 4:20; Neto, B, 8:51; Myers, B, 10:58; Geison, W, 10:58.

Fourth quarter—6. Baltimore, Millwood (Deasel), 0:27; 7. Wichita, Moojen pp (Geison), 11:13; 8. Baltimore, Neto pp (Millwood), 14:33. Penalties—Worley, W, 0:00; Gonzaga, B, 1:06; Deasel, B, 10:06; Hoxie, W, 11:14; Tiguinho, W, 13:38.

Shots on goal—Wichita 9, Baltimore 15. Shots blocked—Wichita 7, Baltimore 17. Power plays—Wichita 1 for 1, Baltimore 1-1.


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