Philadelphia Rebels win 7-1 on the road against Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks

The Philadelphia Rebels won on the road on Saturday, handing the Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks a defeat 7-1.

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The Philadelphia Rebels won on the road on Saturday, handing the Danbury Jr. Hat Tricks a defeat 7-1.

The Rebels took the lead early in the first period, with a goal from Maxwell Marquette. Jacob Margarit assisted.

The Rebels increased the lead to 2-0 with a goal from Tyler Stern late into the first, assisted by Luke DeVries and Kristians Samitis.

The Rebels increased the lead to 3-0 late into the first when David Deputy scored, assisted by Max Hamstad.

The Rebels' Dominic Foglia increased the lead to 4-0 late in the first, assisted by Tyler Stern.

One goal were scored in the second period, and the Rebels led 4-1 going in to the third period.

Connor Sedlak increased the lead to 5-1 late into the third period.

The Rebels increased the lead to 6-1 with 01.34 remaining of the third after a goal from Oliver Band, assisted by Dominic Foglia.

The Rebels increased the lead to 7-1 with eight seconds remaining of the third after a goal from Dylan Blue.

Next up:

The Hat Tricks travel to Maine on Tuesday at 6 p.m. CST at The Colisee. The Rebels visit Johnstown to play the Tomahawks on Friday at 7 p.m. CST at Hollydell Ice Arena.