ESTERO – Four second period goals Saturday night helped the Florida Everblades sweep the three-game set with the Jacksonville Icemen, nabbing a 5-2 victory.
Robert Calisti scored twice while Bobo Carpenter and Kobe Roth also scored goals in the second period to lead 4-1 heading into the third.
Mike Neville added a goal late in the third to pad the lead and guide the squad to the victory. Calisti’s second goal came on the power play at five-on-three – it was Florida’s first power play goal of the season.
Luke Lynch and Jacon Friend scored for the visitors.
Cam Johnson got his third straight win, stopping 22 of 25 shots he faced for the victory. Charles Williams made 20 saved for the Icemen.
Florida has now won four straight games.
On Friday the Everblades got their third straight win with a 3-1 victory over Jacksonville.
Cam Morrison and Carpenter beat Jacksonville netminder Parker Gahagen, while Joe Pendenza notched an empty netter to seal the victory.
Lynch’s power play tally ended up as the only marker the Icemen would find.
Morrison is now on a three-game point streak, with four points (one goal, three assists) in those games.
Nathan Staios picked up an assist on Carpenter’s game winning goal to get his first professional point.