“I saw JFK going in on the breakaway there, just kind of followed the play in case there’s a bounce,” Grzelcyk said. “Puck made its way up the wall, and Danny made a heads-up play to throw it to the net, just tried to get a stick on it. A little bit of puck luck there.”
“He played great last night, too. He’s been getting better and better. The great thing over the weekend is we got elite goaltending, and that certainly bodes well going forward.“It’s disappointing the way both games ended. We were two and a half minutes away from at least getting a point, and tonight we’re two and a half minutes away from getting a win, so disappointing from that regard, but it’s January 15th, and you don’t want to be playing your best hockey now.”
►After playing his entire freshman season and his first 19 games this season without taking a single penalty, Fortunato found himself in the penalty box in each of the weekend games.