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GAMEDAY: vs. Springfield 12/17
December 17, 2016Posted by on
Home Game: 14
Who: Springfield Thunderbirds
Where: Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza
When: 7:05 p.m.
Last Game: Last night vs. Rochester, the Penguins won 4-1. Casey DeSmith improved to 7-0-2 on the season and Lukas Bengtsson picked up his first North American goal in the third period. For Springfield, they hosted Binghamton last night and won 3-1. Reto Berra stopped 35 of 36 shots and Greg McKegg figured in on every Thunderbird goal with two goals and an assist.
Last Meeting: October 29 in Springfield, the Penguins lost in overtime 2-1. Reid McNeill scored a goal but Chase Balisy scored in overtime to give the Thunderbirds the win.
Record: For WBS: 18-5-3-0 (39 pts., 1st place Atlantic Division) — For SPR: 11-9-3-2 (27 pts., 6th place Atlantic Division)
Why you should care: Seems like the Pens are beating everyone these days, but they have yet to beat the Thunderbirds. Wilkes-Barre will need their best if they want to get to the Christmas break with five wins in a row.
Referee(s): Ryan Hersey / Chris Ciamaga
Linesmen: Francois Dussureault / Ryan Knapp
Fan Bloggers: @nafsnep
Television: AHL Live and on WYOU-TV
Promotion(s): Happy Holidays, Ugly Christmas Jersey Auction, Tobyhanna Army Depot Teddy Bear Toss
Other Game to Watch: Providence brings their 13 game point streak to Allentown as they visit the Lehigh Valley Phantoms tonight.
Next Five Games: @ BNG 12/26, SPR 12/27, PRO 12/30, @ BNG 12/31, HFD 1/3
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