DANBURY, Conn. — Michael Mann scored a shorthanded goal to open the scoring for the Watertown Wolves, but the Danbury Hat Tricks went on to score four unanswered goals to record a 4-3 victory Wednesday night in a Federal Prospects Hockey League game at Danbury Ice Arena.

After Mann scored nine minutes and eight seconds into the game, Dustin Jesseau tied the game with a goal just 15 seconds later.

Cory Anderson totaled a goal and an assist for the Hat Tricks (3-0), including the go-ahead goal in the first period, and later set up Dzmitry Daniliuk’s goal 36 seconds into the second period. Gordy Bonnel followed with the game winner with a power-play goal 3:27 into the third period.

Justin MacDonald, who assisted on Mann’s goal, followed with a power-play goal of his own 7:38 into the period for the Wolves (3-2) and Alexander Jmaeff scored with 9:35 left to pull Watertown within 4-3.

Goalie Gregory Hussey made 38 saves for Watertown, which will play at Binghamton at 7 p.m.Saturday.

Cooper Seedott stopped 34 of 37 shots faced for Danbury.

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