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GAMEDAY: vs. Worcester 4/3
April 3, 2015Posted by on
Home Game: 35
AHL Game: 1037
Who: Worcester Sharks
Where: Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza
When: 7:05 p.m.
Last Game: Wednesday at home against the Hartford Wolf Pack, the Penguins won 4-3. Jeff Zatkoff picked up the win, his first since February 28 and Brian Dumoulin had three assists in the win. For Worcester, the Sharks were in Hershey Wednesday and won 3-2 in a shootout. Aaron Dell made 36 saves, Matt Willows and Travis Oleksiuk scored in regulation.
Last Meeting: The Penguins were shutout 4-0 January 17 in Worcester. Troy Grosenick made 25 saves.
Record: For WBS: 39-22-3-4 (85 pts., 2nd place East Division) — For WOR: 38-23-4-2 (82 pts., 2nd place Atlantic Division)
Why you should care: Worcester comes in on a six game winning streak. They are just three points back of the Penguins for the 4 seed with a game in hand. A win tonight by the Penguins takes that out of the equation entirely but beware, these aren’t your uncles Worcester Sharks.
Referee(s): Tim Mayer
Linesmen: Matt McNulty / Luke Murray
Broadcasters: WBS: Mike O’Brien @MikeOBrienWBS / WOR: Eric Lindquist
Television: AHL Live
Promotion(s): $14 Fan Fridays / $2 Beer Night
Other Game to Watch: Syracuse travels to Hartford tonight. Wolf Packs last gasp to make a run at the Northeast Division crown.
Next Five Games: LV 4/4, @ LV 4/8, @ POR 4/11, @ POR 4/12, ALB 4/17
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