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El Paso Rhinos was led by David Barbour, who grabbed one goal and one assist. Barbour scored on the power play 7:59 into the second period to make the score 3-1 El Paso Rhinos. El Paso Rhinos had gained a power play chance when Jacob Steiner was whistled for too many men. Marek Langhammer picked up the assist.
Springfield Express was unable to stop El Paso Rhinos from sending pucks towards the net, and El Paso Rhinos eventually piled up 51 shots on goal. El Paso Rhinos surpassed its usual scoring output this season. This season, El Paso Rhinos averages 5.5 goals per contest.
El Paso Rhinos additionally got points from Jesse Esposito, who also tallied one goal and one assist, Dominique Pozzi, who also racked up two goals and one assist, Reinis Vitolins, who also registered one goal and two assists, Bryton Tomko, who also had one goal and one assist, Sebastian Borg, who also tallied one goal and one assist, Gavin Abbott, who also racked up one goal and two assists, and Jiri Pestuka, who also registered one goal and two assists. El Paso Rhinos also got a goal from Lukas Vendis as well. More assists for El Paso Rhinos came via Adam Zimmerman, Robert Horak, Liam Millar, Patrick Stancl, and Kendal Craig, who each chipped in one.
Springfield Express could not produce up to its normal offensive output. Springfield Express puts an average of 4.7 pucks into the net per game. Springfield Express found itself short handed often, totaling 24 penalty minutes and allowing seven power plays.
Springfield Express was helped by Quade Hamlin, who had one goal. Hamlin scored 6:16 into the first period to make the score 1-1. Linus Dahlberg provided the assist. Seth Ensor also scored for Springfield Express. In addition, Springfield Express received assists from Vito DeVito, who had one.
Adam Vay made 28 saves for El Paso Rhinos on 30 shots. El Paso Rhinos incurred six minutes in penalty time with three minors. Oliver Eklund rejected 41 shots on goal for Springfield Express. Springfield Express registered one goal on three power play opportunities.