New Jersey Titans beat in overtime the Northeast Generals

The teams were tied after 60 minutes but overtime saw the New Jersey Titans come away with the close win over the Northeast Generals on the road on Friday. The final score was 3-2.

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The teams were tied after 60 minutes but overtime saw the New Jersey Titans come away with the close win over the Northeast Generals on the road on Friday. The final score was 3-2.

New Jersey's Dominik Bartecko scored the game-winning goal.

The hosting team took the lead halfway through the first period, with a goal from Jacob Wilson. Phil Feinberg and Emerson Miller assisted.

Brendan Dumas scored late in the second period, assisted by Reece Brednich.

The Generals took the lead in the very last seconds of the second period, with a goal from Jake LaRusso, assisted by Ryan Schelling and Douglas Friberg.

The Titans tied the score 2-2 within the first minute of the third period when Levente Keresztes found the back of the net, assisted by Johnny McMahon and Michael Young.

In overtime, it took nio seconds before Dominik Bartecko scored the game-winner for the road team, assisted by Owen Luik.

The Generals were whistled for nine penalties, while the Titans received six penalties.

Next games:

The teams now have the chance to fine-tune their tactics, as they play each other again in the next matchup on Saturday at 6 p.m. CST at New England Sports Village.