- RT @penguins: #Pens forward Chris Conner has been recalled from his conditioning assignment with @WBSPenguins. More: pens.pe/1gNiGZO 32 minutes ago
- RT @100degreehockey: @PPPSHOW @nafsnep Dave Andrews has a lot to say, including that 2nd, 3rd rounds could be five games series soon http:/… 44 minutes ago
- ICYMI: Week 29 AHL Power Rankings came out yesterday: wp.me/sZJgR-w29ahlpw — Fourth Quarter Grades today at noon. 52 minutes ago
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- Okay. Here come the Rankings. You’ll probably see me re-post these at least once more tonight and again in the morning. 17 hours ago
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Crunch / Penguins Notebook
November 30, 2012Posted by on
Sitting here looking at some stats in advance of tonight’s huge tilt between Syracuse and the Pens and wanted to fire off a quick, “notebook” blog of material that would get lost in the shuffle of the live tweeting. Check out the Gameday setup if you haven’t already and enjoy the following notes:
- Syracuse is the last team in the AHL to lose on the road in regulation. (9-0-0-1)
- The Crunch are 10-1 when they score first. They are the first team in the AHL to achieve ten wins when they do score first.
- Syracuse is first overall in the AHL in goals for with 3.82 goals / game.
- The Penguins are third overall in the AHL in goals allowed with 2.22 goals against.
- AHL Commissioner Dave Andrews will be in the house tonight.
In other news today, the Wheeling Nailers were active on the transaction wire this afternoon. They received Dominik Uher and Keven Veilleux for tonight’s game at Elmira and traded for Andrew Hotham (from Cincinatti) and Chris Higgins (from Utah) in ECHL-related moves for future considerations. Nailers’ beat writer Shawn Rine tweeted that the Uher / Veilleux assignments were one night rentals.
Back later tonight for the postgame recap. Let’s Go Pens!
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