Boudon’s four-point night, newcomer Winch’s pair lift Jets past West Michigan

FRASER, Mich. – Louis Boudon led the Metro Jets offense Saturday night, netting a pair of goals and adding two assists as the Jets outlasted the West Michigan Wolves 7-3 at Fraser Hockeyland.

Newcomer Hayden Winch scored twice in his first game with the Jets, including one on his second shift of the game, and Collin Gamrat scored his first goal of the season in the victory.

“It’s a great atmosphere here and the boys really get you going before the game,” said Winch, a native of Plymouth, Mich. “You just have to have fun with it. That’s all you can do and it’s been great.”

For Gamrat, a defenseman who played sparingly last season and has earned more ice time this season, the goal was a long time coming.

“We were moving the puck well,” Gamrat said. “’Nemo’ (Dylan Naumovski) made a nice pass back to (Chase) Sereno and Sereno had his head up. He made a good pass over and I don’t know, I got lucky. Just a nice goal.”

Kristian Alafriz added a goal and two assists and Stefan Boskovic tacked on three assists in the win.

Naumovski chipped in two helpers and Chas Distelrath also scored to back Jake Gwillim’s 30-save outing in net.

Sam Woznicki stopped 44 shots for the Wolves.

The Jets play the Toledo Cherokee Sunday at 12:15 p.m. to wrap up the home schedule for the 2016 calendar year.

The game will be streamed on

Boudon photo/Michael Caples/MiHockey