Touloute, Clare Lead MASL Team of the Week 5
San Diego Sockers Matt Clare and Max Touloute lead the front lines of the MASL Team of the Week 5. New Sockers signing, Max "The Haitian Sensation" Touloute scored 5 goals and an assist against El Paso Coyotes, including four goals in the first half. Matt Clare assisted four goals on the night, three of which were directed twoards Tououte. Clare also chipped in two goals in the 12-6 win. Touloute now stands second on the team with 8 goals, while Clare leads the league in assists (10). Touloute was named player of the game for his 6 point effort.
Goalkeeper Boris Pardo was also an Honorable Mention for his 11 saves vs El Paso Coyotes.
MASL TEAM OF THE WEEK – WEEK FIVE
KANSAS CITY (Nov 29, 2016) – Week Five of MASL action saw the closest races yet for the weekly honors. Congratulations to the five players below for being named to the Week Five Team of the Week.
Diego Reynoso (Soles de Sonora) – Reynoso faced 27 shots and allowed a league-best three goals for a .889 save percentage. His 24 saves were also best in the MASL.
Chris Mattingly (St. Louis Ambush) – Contributed two assists to help the offense and made six blocks on defense on Sunday, November 27 against Chicago. The Ambush defender also now leads the league in blocks.
Gordy Gurson (Cedar Rapids Rampage) – Gurson was involved in four of the seven Rampage goals against Milwaukee with one score and three assists. The three assists came on consecutive goals in the third quarter as Cedar Rapids took and grew the lead.
Juan Carlos Gonzalez (Ontario Fury) – He opened and closed the scoring Friday night in the Fury’s win and added one more in the middle for the hat trick.
Max Touloute (San Diego Sockers) – Touloute scored four goals in the first half, then scored a short-handed goal in the second half. The ‘Haitian Sensation’ only needed six shots to score his five goals. He also added one assist in the game.
Matt Clare (San Diego Sockers) – Clare scored two goals for the Sockers and added four assists in their big win over the Coyotes.
Brett Petricek (Cedar Rapids Rampage), Boris Pardo (San Diego Sockers), Damian Garcia (Soles de Sonora), Edwin Rojas (Chicago Mustangs), Thiago Freitas (Harrisburg Heat), Miguel Vaca (Chicago Mustangs), Andy Reyes (Ontario Fury), Taylor Bond (Chicago Mustangs), Franck Tayou (Soles de Sonora)