Phantoms pick up a road win in USHL

Staff report


Austin Cangelosi and Sam Anas each scored a goal and an assist to lead the Youngstown Phantoms to a 4-1 victory over the Chicago Steel in a United States Hockey League game on Friday night.

The Phantoms (9-5-0, 14 points) won for the second time in as many games at Chicago (5-10-0, 10 points) this season.

Youngstown won 3-0 at Edge Ice Arena on Oct. 7.

The Phantoms won despite being outshot 45-29, including 33-16 over the final two periods.

Youngstown’s Matthew O’Connor got the win, stopping 44 shots.

The Phantoms did go 1 for 4 on the power play, and held the Steel without a goal in five opportunities with the man advantage.

Cangelosi and Ryan Belonger assisted on the Phantoms’ first goal of the game, by Mike Ambrosia, with 10:58 remaining in the first period.

Chicago tied the score with 17:35 left in the second period on a Theo DiPauli goal, assisted by Ali Thomas.

Youngstown regained the lead with 4:55 remaining on Sam Anas’ tally. Daniel Renouf and Stephen Collins had the assists.

In the final period, J.T. Stenglein made it 3-1 on a power-play goal, assisted by Anas, with 5:17 to go.

Cangelosi’s goal was unassisted and came with the Phantoms short-handed and Chicago having pulled its goalie with 49 seconds to go.

More like this from

Subscribe Today

Sign up for our email newsletter to receive daily news.

Want more? Click here to subscribe to either the Print or Digital Editions.

AP News