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Six Game Streak Stopped in Allentown – Pens LOSE 6-2
May 9, 2021Posted by on
Brennan Saulnier’s natural hat trick in the first period game the Lehigh Valley Phantoms all the momentum they needed as the Phantoms rolled past the Penguins 6-2 in Allentown Sunday.
Was out with my mother for a Mothers Day meal so didn’t catch any of the game. Doesn’t seem like the Penguins were competitive at all from the drop of the puck in this one. It happens. The season will be over in a week, with no playoffs really nothing to it.
The Hershey Bears could have won the division if the Penguins won today. They didn’t so the Bears have to wait.
Felix Robert and Josh Currie scored for the Penguins. Tommy Nappier stopped 20. His counterpart and thorn in the Penguins side Zane McIntyre stopped 29.
Penguins outshot the Phantoms 11-2 in the third. The Pens gave it away in the first and tried to get it back in the third. It didn’t work out that way with a good team like the Phantoms.
Back at it again in Allentown this Saturday before closing the books on 2021 in Hershey next Sunday.
Let’s Go Pens! Happy Mother’s Day!
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