The Harrisburg Heat closed out their first season under Pat Healey with a 9-6 win over the Mississauga Metro Stars. Daniel Villela led the way for the HEAT with 2 goals and an assist.
he Heat are 8-3 at home and look to end the season in front of their home faithful with a win. Last weekend, Harrisburg won two home matches over Mississauga and Baltimore and William Banahene was pivotal in both.
To be the best, you have to beat the best and with a 4-3 overtime win, the Harrisburg Heat defeated the three-time champion Baltimore Blast Saturday night at Farm Show Arena.
Ricardo Carvalho leads the Heat with 44 points and now sits 8th in the league in total points scored. Daniel Villela has tallied 23 points in 20 games.
The Harrisburg Heat defeated the Mississauga Metro Stars by a 6-3 final Friday night, the first of their two home games this weekend.