BY: Ray Schmitt, Voice of the Greenville Road Warriors
GREENVILLE, SC – The Greenville Road Warriors stretched their winning streak to four games with a 4-3 win over the Toledo Walleye on Thursday night at the BI-LO Center. Greenville’s record now stands at 4-3-0.
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Posted in ECHL, Greenville Road Warriors, Hockey, New York Rangers, NHL, Sports
Tagged BI-LO Center, Brett Robinson, Carter Hutton, Greenville Road Warriors, Kyle Rogers, Lee Baldwin, Marc-Oliver Vallerand, Nic Riopel, Road Warrior, Toledo Walleye, Warriors
The Connecticut Whale travelled to the DCU Center in Worcester Sunday afternoon with a five-game winning streak against and a two point lead on their Atlantic Division opponents. Their mission: Grab two points; Come out of the game healthy and finally a little more distance between themselves and the Sharks to secure a hold on third place which would guarantee them a spot in the playoffs.
The good news, they came out of the game no worse physically than they did when they entered it. The bad news, the same old story, an inconsistent performance and lack of a sixty minute effort led to them handing two points to the Sharks and fell back into a tie with Worcester for third place when they dropped a 5-4 decision in front of 4,247 Sunday afternoon.
Posted in AHL, Connecticut Whale, Hockey, NHL, Sports
Tagged AHL, Benn Ferriero, Cam Talbot, Carter Hutton, Connecticut Whale, Dan DaSilva, DCU Center, Jamie McGinn, John McCarthy, Ken Gernander, Kris Newbury, Worcester Sharks
By Bruce Berlet
Don’t ever say hockey players, or even coaches, aren’t some of the toughest hombres in all of sports.
Getting stitched up and returning to the ice by the next period is common for most players, but Worcester Sharks coach Roy Sommer earned special kudos Friday night.
Posted in AHL, College Hockey, Connecticut Whale, Hartford Whalers, Hartford Wolf Pack, Hockey, New York Rangers, NHL, Sports
Tagged American Hockey League, Boston Bruins, Carter Hutton, Phoenix Coyotes, Roy Sommer, San Jose Sharks, Toronto Maple Leafs, XL Center