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A fan blog about the AHL's Wilkes-Barre / Scranton Penguins
GAMEDAY: vs. Hershey 2/25
February 25, 2018Posted by on
Who: Hershey Bears
Where: Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza
When: 3:05 p.m.
Last Game: Last night in Syracuse the Pens lost 3-1. Freddie Tiffels scored on the first shot of the game for Wilkes-Barre but the Pens couldn’t get anything else pasty Connor Ingram. For Hershey, the Bears scrapped with the Rockford IceHogs to a 4-3 overtime loss.
Last Meeting: February 2 in Wilkes-Barre, the Penguins won 4-1. Tristan Jarry stopped 25 of 26, Andrey pecan scored two goals and Daniel Sprong added two assists.
Record: For WBS: 31-16-4-1 (67 pts., 2nd place Atlantic Division) // For HER: 23-25-4-4 (54 pts., 6th place Atlantic Division)
Referee(s): Sean MacFarlane / Troy Murray
Linesmen: Ryan Knapp / Luke Murray
Why You Should Care: Hershey comes in this afternoon winners of 5 of their last 6 games with that setback coming in overtime against Rockford last night. Bears are a lot better than they have been the last time you saw them and the Penguins are shucking along letting the division get away from them. About that, this will be the first of five games in hand that the Pens have on teh Phantoms that will get burned off today. Games in hand only matter if you win them.
Promotion(s): Tux’s Birthday! – Kids 14 and Under Free (with paid adult ticket), & Postgame Kids Skate
Other Game to Watch: Charlotte and Bridgeport rematch from last night where the Checkers beat the Sound Tigers 2-1.
Next Five Games: @ GR 3/2, @ RFD 3/3, @ MIL 3/4, @ BNG 3/9, vs. GR 3/10
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