Wolves’ MacDonald, Colgan earn FPHL awards

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LOCAL PRO HOCKEY

HARRINGTON, Del. — Alexander Jmaeff scored two goals and assisted on another to spark the Watertown Wolves to a 7-4 triumph over the Delaware Thunder on Friday night in a Federal Prospects Hockey League game at Delaware Fairgrounds Center Ice Arena.

Jimmy Lodge totaled a goal and two assists and goalie Luke Cohen made 26 saves for Watertown (10-3), which won for the seventh time in eight games.

Cole McKechney and Michael Mann each tallied a goal and an assist for the league-leading Wolves and Brandon Day and Rocco DiConstanzo scored a goal each. Cohen recorded his first win for Watertown.

Watertown head coach Brent Clarke was called into service and played in his second game with the team this season, assisting on Jmaeff’s second goal of the game which gave the Wolves a 4-1 lead early in the second period.

Four different players scored a goal each for winless Delaware (0-10-1).

The Wolves will host the Thunder at 7:30 tonight at Watertown Municipal Arena.

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