Zach Sanford is developing his skill and boosting his confidence in Hershey, and man has he found his game. In this last 3-in-3 weekend, Sanford registered three goals and three assists including his four point performance on Sunday against the Rochester Americans. He is also gaining experience in all situations registering ice time on the power play and penalty kill.
Sanford isn’t the only one getting on the scoresheet, though. Nine other Bears registered points, including prospects Travis Boyd (1G, 1A) and Christian Djoos (1G, 1A). The boys are clicking and just at the right time. Let’s check out how Sanford and the Bears did this Sunday:
Liam O’Brien shoves Zach Sill into the boards during warm ups.
What a bunch of goofballs.
Making things fun.
Liam is always up to something.
Zach Sill isn’t far behind either. He loves pesting the goalies.
It’s his specialty
Zach Sanford deep in thought before racking up four points on the night.
I love when they all gang up on the goalie in warm ups…
And then celebrate more than they celebrate real goals.
Heads down, focusing up.
I think the cupping trend has caught on with the Hershey Bears.
Sanford gets the Bears on the scoresheet.
Way to go, Zach.
I’m not sure what that celebration is called, but I guess Boyd is happy.
The Bears almost notch another goal.
Don’t worry they added another one later.
Oh yeah and another one after that.
The captain schmoozin’ the linesman.
Paul Carey nets another one after the Amerk’s goalie can’t get across the crease in time.
Ready for the third.
You should see the other guy (or the cross bar)
Are you noticing a trend with who’s in these goal huddles? Yep, it’s Sanford.
The Bears win and Joe Cannata gets a triple face wash for being the backup goalie.
Zach how do you feel about the win?
High fives for four points.
Sanford is first star of the game and rightfully so.
Interviewer: “Zach, you’ve been playing very well lately.” Zach: “Thank you.” That’s it just thank you.
By: Tori Hartman