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If MAC wanted to keep pace with DVTK and have a chance of over taking them in the standings they knew that they would need to win all three games on the road trip this past week,
Gergely Arany started in net as Bence Bálizs had the day off, MAC had a 2-0 lead in the opening minutes of the game as István Terbócs and Krisztián Nagy both found the back of the net. Early in the second period the score was 3-0 as Terbócs scored his second goal of the game. Ryan Ruikka and Bence Bödök also scored as MAC took a 5-0 lead, late in the period Erik Keresztury made it 6-0. In the third period MAC took it back a bit as Gergő Nagy scored the only goal in the period. Arany went the distance for the shutout win.
Bence Bálizs was back in net with Gergely Arany dressing as the backup goalie. Just like against Csíkszereda MAC opened up an early 2-0 lead, this time it was Jeff Jubinville and Áron Könczei finding the back of the net. Bronson Kovács and Balázs Somogyi would score later in the period to go up 4-0. Csaba Kovács and Krisztián Nagy both scored in the second period before Galati scored in the final minute of the second period to end the shutout that Bálizs had going. Somogyi scored his second goal of the game, this time on the power play as for the second game in a row MAC put seven pucks into the back of the opposing team’s net.
After scoring 14 goals in two games MAC knew they were in for a battle against a much stronger Brasov. Bálizs was back between the pipes for the second game in a row. Sean Escobedo setup Gergő Nagy for the opening goal of the game. MAC doubled the lead in the first minute of the second period as Jubinville put one past the Brasov goalie, Drew Olson picked up the assist. Before the period was out MAC had a 3-0 lead on a Krisztián Nagy power play goal. Bence Bálizs stopped all shots throughout the game for the shutout win.