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GAMEDAY: @ Utica 4/12
April 12, 2019Posted by on
Who: Utica Comets
Where: Adirondack Bank Center
When: 7:00 p.m.
Last Game: Sunday in Allentown, the Penguins were defeated by the Lehigh Valley Phantoms 10-6. Jake Lucchini scored a pair of goals for the Pens in the loss. For Utica, the Comets they were defeated by the Providence Bruins 3-1 on Sunday as well. Vincent Arseneau scored the only goal for Utica in the loss.
Last Meeting: February 16 in Wilkes-Barre, the Pens were defeated by the Comets 3-2 in overtime. Cam Darcy had the OT game winner for the visitors while Sam Miletic and Ryan Haggerty scored goals for the Pens in the loss.
Record: For WBS: 35-28-7-3 (80 pts., 6th place Atlantic Division) // For UTI: 32-33-6-2 (72 pts., 6th place North Division)
Referees: Brandon Schrader / Ben O’Quinn
Linesmen: Mike Emanatian / Matt Brady
Why You Should Care: Pair of sixth place teams in their respective divisions looking to close out the season on a winning note with a victory against the other tonight in Utica. For the Pens, look for John Muse to get the start in goal with Alex D’Orio possibly backing up. Outside of that, #PlayYourKids?
Listen: Nick Hart on the call on WILK.
Watch: AHLTV is new and improved and a lot cheaper.
Other Game to Watch: While hope is all but gone, the Penguins haven’t been officially eliminated from playoff contention, yet. Providence, who needs just one point to eliminate the Pens, host fifth place Lehigh Valley tonight in Rhode Island. You want a Phantoms win, regardless of how slim the Penguins playoff cause is going into tonight.
Remaining Games: vs. BRI 4/13, vs. BNG 4/14
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