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GAMEDAY: vs. Utica 4/2
April 2, 2017Posted by on
Home Game: 34
AHL Game: 1026
Who: Utica Comets
Where: Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza
When: 3:05 p.m.
Last Game: Last night against Lehigh Valley, the Pens beat the Phantoms 3-0. It was the first regulation shutout for Casey DeSmith, who stopped all 26 shots faced. Troy Josephs scored his first professional goal as well…. For Utica, the Comets hosted Rochester and won 5-3. Jake Virtanen scored twice and was named first star of the game.
Lat Meeting: Last Sunday at home, Casey DeSmith backstopped Wilkes-Barre to a 2-1 win over the Comets with 45 saves. Sahir Gill and Dominik Simon scored for the Penguins.
Record: For WBS: 47-19-3-0 (97 pts., 1st place Atlantic Division) — For UTI: 32-28-7-2 (73 pts., 5th place North Division)
Why you should care: Win and you are in. If the Penguins win this game this afternoon in any form or fashion, they are the first Eastern Conference team registered for the 2017 Calder Cup Playoffs. Utica poses a threat because they are in fifth place and still have a lot to play for.
Referee(s): Tim Mayer / Dave Lewis
Linesmen: Luke Murray / Scott Pomento
Television: AHL Live
Promotion(s): Pirates & Princesses, Kids 14 and Under Free (with paid adult ticket), $2 Hot Dogs (while supplies last) & Postgame Kids Skate
Other Game to Watch: Lehigh Valley visits Hershey.
Next Five Games: @ LV 4/7, @ HFD 4/8, @ PRO 4/9, LV 4/12, HER 4/14
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