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GAMEDAY: vs. Toronto 12/18
December 18, 2015Posted by on
Home Game: 15
AHL Game: 391
Who: Toronto Marlies
Where: Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza
When: 7:05 p.m.
Last Game: Wednesday in Allentown, the Penguins shutout the Lehigh Valley Phantoms 3-0. Tristan Jarry collected his second straight shutout and the Penguins as a team recorded their third consecutive shutout which is a franchise record. For Toronto, they were in Binghamton taking on the Senators and won 3-2. Zach Hyman scored the game winning goal and was named the first star of the game
Record: For WBS: 20-5-0-0 (40 pts., 1st place Atlantic Division) — For TOR: 21-5-2-0 (44 pts., 1st place North Division)
Why you should care: Tonight is a battle of the two best teams in the American Hockey League. The Penguins and Marlies matchup is deep, and this should be a hell of a game as well as a stiff test for both teams.
Referee(s): Jamie Koharski / Furman South
Linesmen: Francois Dussureault / Ryan Knapp
Fan Bloggers: @nafsnep
Television: AHL Live
Promotion(s): Eyewitness News Fan Friday | tickets just $14 | $2 drafts (select drafts, 6-7:30pm)
Other Game to Watch: I think that Toronto at Wilkes-Barre is the premier matchup in the AHL tonight myself, but the Bakersfield Condors are playing the Stockton Heat outdoors at the Golden State Hockey Rush at Raley Field in Sacramento tonight.
Next Five Games: @ SYR 12/19, @ HER 12/26, vs. LV 12/27, SYR 12/31, SPR 1/2
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