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A fan blog about the AHL's Wilkes-Barre / Scranton Penguins
Penguins 1 – Syracuse 4
April 17, 2021Posted by on
This tweet from Pens play by play man Nick Hart summed up tonight’s affair between Wilkes-Barre and Syracuse perfectly:
One step forward and two steps back tonight for the Penguins, who haven;t scored first in a dozen plus games. When you are constantly playing from behind and are a young group at the core, it makes for a long season.
Box here. Alex D’Orio got the start, played well, but there is only so much to do when the team in front of you is so porous.
Someone needs to put an APB out on Pierre Olivier-Joseph. Two penalties tonight, hasn’t really done much since his reassignment from Pittsburgh. The NHL hangover is still lingering with him.
That may be too harsh, they’ve all been poor, collectively.
Back at it next Saturday against Hershey.
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