MAC Budapest-Fehérvári Titánok: 7-42017-10-29
KMH-MAC Budapest 2-62017-11-01
As league leader DVTK keeps on winning MAC needs to keep pace, this being said the Budapest team picked up an important 6 points with two wins on home ice against a strong Csíkszereda team and Fehérvár as well.
Head coach Gergely Majoross had Bence Bálizs start in net. The game started off slow as Balázs Somogyi scored the first goal of the game at the 14 minute mark. It was not until just past the midway point of the game when MAC was able to convert on a power play as Krisztián Nagy scored to make it 2-0. Tomas Klempa scored later in the period as MAC took a 3-0 lead into the closing period. Just as it looked like MAC would cruise to an easy win Csíkszereda decided to make things interesting. CSíkszereda scored on the opening shift of the third period but István Terbócs answered back to put MAC back up by three goals. The Sport Club again got back within two goals but after a nice tic-tac-toe play that ended with Keegan Dansereau scoring MAC was back up by three goals. The Transylvanian team scored a power play goal to make it 5-3, and later on pulled the goalie for the extra attacker and the move paid off as Csíkszereda made it a one goal game. Dansereau scored an empty net goal in the end to set the final at 6-4.
Head coach Gergely Majoross stuck with the hot hand in net as Bence Bálizs was the starting goalie. After a scoreless first period Brance Orbán opened the scoring in the opening minutes of the second period with a score from close range. Fehérvár tied the game up but MAC answered back with a Balázs Somogyi goal. The period closed with the two teams all tied up at 2 goals apiece. Just like on Friday against Csíkszereda, MAC picked up the scoring in the third period. Fehérvár scored first in the third period on a power play goal but on the ensuing shift Krisztián Nagy made it 3-3, later in the period Orbán and Dansereau both scored power play goals to put MAC up 5-3. Krisztián Nagy made it 6-3 on a power play goal as well. Fehérvár pulled back up to 6-4, in the end Orbán scored an empty net goal to make it 7-4 in the end.