The Elite squad fell to the Islanders 4 - 3 in overtime on Monday, despite the Pics having a depleted bench.
Adam Mazurowski got the Islanders on the board first in the opening minutes of the 1st period when he got one past Woodruff. Conner Dalton and Jermey Olsen got the assists. Woodruff settled down very quickly after that quick goal, stopping 41 shots in 2 periods.
Nathan Brown got his first goal on the Elite squad just 3 minutes into the 2nd period, when he banged in the loose puck after Hunter Dodds and Bryce St. Martin broke down the rink and it rebounded off Islanders goaltender Christian Vail.
Dom Balboni was able to contribute two goals in the 2nd period, both on the powerplay.
His first goal happened just two minutes after Brown's goal.
Balboni was able to go to snipe-city on the 5 on 3 powerplay. When he got the set-up pass from Paud O'Brien and was able to go bar down on Vail. Bryce St Martin got the secondary assist.
It was the Dom and Paud show just a minute later on the 5 on 4 power play when Paud brought the puck around the back of the net and found Dom set up for the one-time shot from just a few feet away from his previous goal. Sean Ferus was credited with the secondary assist.
The Islanders then got two goals in the 3rd period, one from Dean Pevey and the other from Corey McNally.
Layne Brubaker-Egner got the winning goal just 32 seconds into overtime, with assists from Corey McNally and Adam Mazurowski.
Christian Vail stopped 36 out of 39 shot for the win, while Garret Woodruff stopped an jaw dropping 61 out of 65 shots in the loss.