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RAPID RECAP – Pens LOSE 2-1
December 8, 2017Posted by on
Wilkes-Barre’s free fall continues. A 2-1 setback to the Charlotte Checkers tonight.
Officials losing control of the third period will mask a slow start for the Pens in which they only had four shots on goal.
Charlotte got two goals in the second. Daniel Sprong scored a power play goal in the third to cut it to one, but after that the game revolves into a penalty fest.
More in a bit, Jarred Tinordi left in the third after blocking a shot and didn’t return.