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Callum Fowler makes it 300 points for Invicta Dynamos after impressive win over Cardiff Devils

10 February 2014
by Luke Cawdell

Callum Fowler

Callum Fowler

Callum Fowler moved past the 300-point mark as Invicta Dynamos thrashed Cardiff NIHL Devils.

Fowler scored twice and claimed an assist during a 9-1 win at Silver Blades.

Saturday’s victory leaves the Dynamos third in South Division 1 – five points off the top.

Invicta were one up on Cardiff with just 1.07 on the clock, as Smith found the top corner.

Fowler clocked up his 300th point with an assist for Juraj Huska to make it 2-1 at the end of the first, after the Devils had got back on level terms.

Arran Strawson, Elliot Knell, Daniel Hammond and Marek Nahlik were all on target in the second as the Mos took the game away from Cardiff, with a 6-1 lead.

Fowler scored the final two in the final third to cap a special evening for the forward.

The Mos finished their weekend off with a 5-2 win at London Raiders in the Southeast Trophy.

Hammond’s goal separated the sides in the first period.

Fowler, Andy Smith and Strawson added to the tally in the second and the final effort was scored by Knell.

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