Franklin scored six goals in the second period, sandwiched between a one goal first period and a two goal third period to blank Stoughton, 9-0, on the road Wednesday evening. Franklin picks up just their third win of the season after having to battle some of the best teams from Massachusetts as well as other states. For the Panthers, it was all about getting back on track.
"That was the only mindset we had," Franklin head coach Chris Spillane said. "Coming in 2-4, we just needed to play some hockey and score some goals. The first period was a little disappointing, we came out a little slow. Their goaltender had a great game, everything we threw on net he stopped. The second period I think we got more selective with our shots. It's a good win to have.
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