MAC Budapest – Debreceni HK 5-12017-01-31
MAC-Fehérvári Titánok 7-12017-02-16
This past week MAc Budapest played three games and picked up all nine possible points as they finished the regular season on a high note.
Gergely Majoross had Bence Bálizs starting in net. Fehérvár took a 1-0 lead into the first intermission however MAC came out ready to fight in the second as Krisztián Nagy setup Gergő Nagy for the tying goal in the opening minutes of the period. Later in the period the two teams exchanged goals as Fehérvár went back up by one with Roland Vokla scoring against his former team to tie it back up at 2-2. A Sean Escobedo goal put MAC back up by one with Gergő Nagy scoring his second goal of the game to give MAC the two goal win.
Gergely Arany started in net in the place of Bence Bálizs. MAC took the early lead when they scored on their first power play when Vladimir Nikiforov put his own rebound in. Later in the period István Terbócs roofed a shot from the slot to make it 2-0. Beograd tied the game up at 2-2 by scoring once in the first and once in the second period. In the final minute of play in the period Sean Escobedo took pass from Krisztián Nagy, circled the goal and lifted it past the goalie. MAC opened up a two goal lead when Balázs Somogyi ripped a rocket from the blue line for the goal. Minutes later a Gergő Nagy shot slipped through to make it 5-2. Not much later MAC had a 6-2 lead when Kristóf Schmál scored from the slot. Nagy scored his second goal on a tap in with Nikiforov making it 8-2.
Gergely Arany started in net in the place of Bence Bálizs for the second game in a row. MAC was also playing without Balázs Somogyi, Krisztián Nagy, Erik Keresztury, Áron Könczei and Roland Vokla. MAC scored first on a goal by Jeff Jubinville to go up 1-0. Later in the period Csaba Kovács redirected a shot from Vladimir Nikiforov, and Jubinville scored his second of the period from a pass by Jon Booras. UTE made it 3-1, however MAC went back up by three goals when Bronson Kovács set up Bence Bödök who scored from the slot on the power play. UTE again got within two scores however late in the period Drew Olson was awarded a penalty shot that he converted to make it 5-2. In the third period Olson scored again to set the final score at 6-2.