PHOTOS: Florida Everblades vs. Jacksonville Icemen -10/24/2023

Andrew Fielder for Inside The Rink
Andrew Fielder for Inside The Rink

JACKSONVILLE, Fla – Friday night, in a post-Thanksgiving matchup, the Jacksonville Icemen faced the visiting Florida Everblades. The Icemen took the win with a 2-1 victory in overtime.

Jacob Panetta gave Jacksonville a 1-0 lead, six minutes into the period with an unassisted goal from a Florida turnover. Later in the period, Jacksonville’s Craig Martin missed an opportunity to extend the Icemen’s lead, after being awarded a penalty shot that netminder Cam Johnson kept out. Florida’s Oliver Chau tied the game up at the 16:46 mark of the second period, and after a scoreless third period, OT was required. Riley Fiddler-Schultz netted the game-winner for Jacksonville, at the 4:43 mark of OT. Jacksonville lacked offensive zone pressure throughout the game, with Florida outshooting Jacksonville 34-15. Jacksonville’s netminder Matt Vernon turned away 33 of the 34 shots he faced, earning himself the #1 Star of the game.

Check out this photo gallery from Inside The Rink’s Andrew Fielder, for highlights from the game.

Andrew Fielder

Andrew Fielder is our Jacksonville Icemen Photographer and also our Photography Editor for Inside The Rink. You can also view his latest hockey photos at www.andrewfielderphotography.com

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