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GAMEDAY: vs. St. John’s 2/3
February 3, 2017Posted by on
Home Game: 21
Who: St. John’s IceCaps
Where: Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza
When: 7:05 p.m.
Last Game: Last Saturday in Binghamton, the Penguins won 6-2. Tom Kostopoulos scored his 500th AHL point in the win. For the IceCaps, they hosted the Toronto Marlies on last Saturday and were shutout 4-0.
Last Meeting: December 4 in St. John’s the Penguins lost 3-2 in overtime. Oskar Sundqvist and Chad Ruhwedel scored for the Pens in the loss.
Record: For WBS: 33-9-3-0 (69 pts., 1st place Atlantic Division) — For STJ: 20-18-5-1 (46 pts., 3rd place North Division)
Why you should care: Much different IceCaps team from the one we saw in December. This team is a playoff team right now and has been one of the better teams in the North Division for a while now. The Penguins will need a full 60 minute effort tonight if they want to get their unofficial start of the second half of the season off on the right foot.
Referee(s): Terry Koharski / Peter Tarnaris
Linesmen: Matt McNulty / J.P. Waleski
Fan Bloggers: @nafsnep
Television: AHL Live
Promotion(s): WBRE Fan Friday ($14 Tickets), McCarthy Tire All-Star Poster (First 5,000), Postgame Autographs, $2 Draft Beers (6-7:30 p.m.)
Other Game to Watch: Lehigh Valley travels to Albany to take on the Devils. Albany is second in the North, a strong team, and should put up a good fight against tomorrow’s opponent for teh Penguins.
Next Five Games: LV 2/4, STJ 2/8, HER 2/10, BNG 2/11, LV 2/14
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