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GAMEDAY: vs. San Antonio 10/26
October 26, 2019Posted by on
Who: San Antonio Rampage
Where: Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza
When: 7:05 p.m.
Last Game / Last Meeting: Last night at home, the Pens lost to San Antonio 5-3. The Rampage scored three power play goals. Nathan Walker had a pair of goals and an assist. Macoy Erkamps had two assists for Wilkes-Barre in the losing effort.
Record: For WBS: 3-4-1-0 (7 pts., 7th place Atlantic Division) // For SA: 4-1-1-1 (10 pts., 2nd place Central Division)
Referees: Rob Hennessy / Mathieu Menniti
Linesmen: Julien Fournier / Patrick Dapuzzo
Why You Should Care: Stay out of the box. The Penguins can’t afford to let San Antonio strike them for three power play goals like they did Friday night. Otherwise at even strength, the Penguins were the better team. Special teams has to be the focus of improvement tonight.
Listen: Nick Hart on the call on WILK.
Promotion(s): HAPPY HALLOWEEN — The Penguins and Rampage close out their two-game set on Saturday night. All fans in attendance will receive a Penguins headshot poster featuring the 2019-20 squad (perfect for autographs). Take part in our on-concourse Halloween costume contest for your chance to win great prizes.
Other Game to Watch: Utica drops by Giant Center for a matchup against the Hershey Bears. The Comets are unbeaten, an impressive 6-0 to start the season.
Next Five Games: @ LV 11/1, @ SPR 11/2, @ LV 11/6, @ UTI 11/8, vs. SYR 11/9
* – promo information courtesy of http://www.wbspenguins.com/promo-schedule/
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