SLOUGH Jets have maintained their perfect record for the season after a 13-1 win against Invicta Mustangs on Saturday.

The Jets have swept all before them in National Ice Hockey League South Two East this year with 10 wins from as many matches.

Slough welcomed bottom of the league Invicta without a quintet of star players but still determined to remain undefeated.

The away team tried to notch a quick lead though The Jets soon rallied and began to play their game.

Mustangs’ goalie Matthew Passmore made some efficient saves including a penalty shot stop from Conor Redmond.

The deadlock was finally broken at 14.39 when Josh Ealey-Newman bagged his first of the night.

Invicta rallied and tested Jets netminder Danny Milton, but he turned away all seven shots to end the first period unbeaten.

The second stanza proved to be a more aggressive affair and the balance really tipped into the hosts’ favour.

No sooner had the puck dropped than Ealey-Newman found himself on the scoresheet again.

Whilst Timo Lindgren served a penalty, Jets’ four-man offensive found the back of the net once more.

Zoran Kozic netted an unassisted short-handed effort on 23 minutes, and his team broke again at 31.27.

Liam Underdown received a pass from Luke Martin and buried the puck past Passmore for a 4-0 lead.

Within 30 seconds Slough were at it again as Graham Bellamy stepped up to the plate to score.

The Mustangs knew that the tide had turned when Redmond netted with a short-handed marker on 35 minutes.

It was clear that Invicta had to come up with a plan and they ended Milton’s shut-out at 36.21.

Jake Luton wound up at the blue line and let rip into the net, but The Jets did not take their foot off the gas.

It did not take long before Kozic notched his second of the evening in the 37th minute.

Jets’ lead was further extended as Ealey-Newman achieved his hat-trick status with an unassisted goal at 37.52.

The final period saw a very disciplined and dominant Slough side take to the ice once more.

The home team seized full advantage when Ealey-Newman notched his fourth and final goal of the game on 42 minutes.

Ben Ealey-Newman made it 10-1 at 49.06 as The Mustangs were fighting an uphill struggle.

Kozic bagged his hat-trick on 54 minutes and Alan Green found his way to the net with a short-handed goal at 56.28.

Before the final whistle could blow, Stas Prokofiev ripped home goal number 13 on 60 minutes.

The win keeps Slough in second position in the table and only two points behind leaders Peterborough Islanders, with four games in hand.

The Jets face consecutive away matches this weekend, at Chelmsford Warriors on Saturday (5.40pm face/off) and London Haringey Races on Sunday (5.30pm).

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