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A fan blog about the AHL's Wilkes-Barre / Scranton Penguins
GAMEDAY: @ Bridgeport 12/11
December 11, 2016Posted by on
Away Game: 12
AHL Game: 349
Who: Bridgeport Sound Tigers
Where: Webster Bank Arena
When: 7:00 p.m.
Last Game: Last night at home against the Hershey Bears, the Penguins won 6-2. Oskar Sundqvist joined the likes of Erik Christensen and J-F Jacques with four goals in a game. For Bridgeport, the Sound Tigers battled back in the third period to force overtime, where they are perfect this year, and won 4-3 in Binghamton. Eamon McAdamn improved to 7-0 in goal for Bridgeport.
Last Meeting: November 26 in Wilkes-Barre, Tristan Jarry collected the first shut out of the season for the Penguins who won 1-0. Jean-Sebastien Dea scored the only goal of the game.
Record: For WBS: 15-5-3-0 (33 pts., 1st place Atlantic Division) — For BRI: 16-7-0-0 (32 pts., 3rd place Atlantic Division)
Why you should care: It seems ridiculously fun when these teams play hockey together and I expect this evening’s game to be no different. Whoever scores first here tonight I think is going to have the easier game. Expect Tristan Jarry for the Penguins and probably Stephon Williams for Bridgeport in goal. Josh Archibald was hurt last night for the Pens so who slots in for his absence?
Referee(s): Pierre Lambert / Stephen Reneau
Linesmen: Jim Briggs / Brian Pincus
Fan Bloggers: @nafsnep
Television: AHL Live
Other Game to Watch: The Providence Bruins bring their league best 11 game point streak home to square off against the Hartford Wolf Pack.
Next Five Games: @ HFD 12/14, RCH 12/16, SPR 12/17, @ BNG 12/26, SPR 12/27
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