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Greenville Road WarriorsGREENVILLE, SC Continuing their countdown of the top moments from their inaugural season in the ECHL, the Greenville Road Warriors, today, revealed moment number three.

It was the first game seven the Road Warriors had ever played in. The Road Warriors arrived there after twice staving off elimination against the Wheeling Nailers. It was a chance to move on to the Eastern Conference final. It was the only seventh game in the 2011 Kelly Cup Playoffs. It was a nail biting game in every sense of the word.

By winning Game Three and Game Four on home ice the Wheeling Nailers had built up a three-to-one series lead over the Road Warriors in their Eastern Conference Semifinal. Greenville was short on bodies for Game Five due to suspensions from a post-game melee after Game Four. They won big to send the series back to Greenville for Game Six. Another comfortable win followed and the Road Warriors had the chance they were looking for; home ice advantage in Game Seven and the Nailers with their collective backs against the wall after losing two straight. That was the theory, at least.

Wheeling grabbed an all-important 1-0 lead midway through the first, but rookie Marc-Olivier Vallerand found the equalizer about three minutes before the period expired. Two quick goals early in the second by Wheeling, however, had Greenville in an unenviable two-goal hole. The climb out began in earnest with Andrew Rowe deflecting home a Brendan Connolly centering pass. Rowe’s goal gave Greenville the entire third period to find the tying score. And the Road Warriors used just about all of the ticks of the clock they were afforded. Connolly’s herculean effort late in the third provided the third best moment of the Road Warriors’ season. Unfortunately it didn’t translate into a win as Wheeling won in overtime and eliminated Greenville from the playoffs.



Greenville Road WarriorsGREENVILLE, SC Continuing their countdown of the top moments from their inaugural season in the ECHL, the Greenville Road Warriors revealed today top moment number six.

The Greenville Road Warriors and Cincinnati Cyclones had plenty of connections even though it was the Road Warriors‘ first season in the ECHL. Head coach Dean Stork left his position as an assistant coach of four years with the Cyclones to take charge of the Road Warriors while forwards Jimmy Kilpatrick, Mark Voakes, and Chris Clackson had all suited up for the Cyclones previously in their careers. Those connections injected instant animosity to the rivalry; animosity that grew after the Cyclones pulled off a dramatic overtime win at US Bank Arena in late February when the teams met for the first time.

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GREENVILLE, SC As part of their summer countdown of the top moments of their inaugural season in the ECHL, the Greenville Road Warriors unveiled, today, moment number seven on the list. Continue reading



Greenville Road WarriorsGREENVILLE, SC The Greenville Road Warriors announced today, at a press conference at the BI-LO Center, that they raised $26,644 worth of charitable contributions during their inaugural season. That includes donations of cash and goods.

“A key focus of the Road Warriors is to be a strong supporter of the community that we represent. It was with this in mind that we put our efforts into creating special events around our home games to raise awareness and money for very worthy causes. Our ‘Pink in the Rink,’ ‘Stop Polio Cold,’ and ‘Teddy Bear Toss‘ games accomplished those goals,” said Road Warriors president and general manager Neil Smith.
On December 17, 2010 the Road Warriors held their inaugural Teddy Bear Toss with all of the donated stuffed animals going to WSSL-FM‘s annual Toys for Tots drive. When Mark Voakes scored his penalty shot goal in overtime that broke a 0-0 tie, 1,142 toys were tossed by the 4,589 fans in attendance. The Road Warriors delivered two pickup trucks full of stuffed animals to Sitton Buick for the “Stuff the Truck” party to wrap up WSSL’s Toys for Tots drive.

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Greenville Road WarriorsGREENVILLE, SC The Greenville Road Warriors announced today that they will be counting down the 10 best moments from the 2010-11 season over the next 10 weeks. Fans can track the countdown online at www.greenvilleroadwarriors.com.

The Road Warriors’ inaugural season was filled with memories that will live on in the minds of fans for many, many years to come. Now that the summer has come and the ice is gone from the BI-LO Center, it is a perfect time to re-live those memories. For the next 10 weeks the Road Warriors will count down from 10 to one the moments that brought the fans to their feat and made the hair on the backs of their necks stand up. Fans are encouraged to visit the Road Warriors’ Facebook page and post their suggestions for moments that should be included in the Top 10 Countdown.

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Greenville Road WarriorsGREENVILLE, SC The Greenville Road Warriors announced today the schedule for their first round Kelly Cup Playoffs series against the Elmira Jackals.

The Road Warriors travel north for Games One and Two at First Arena in Elmira on Tuesday, April 5 and Wednesday, April 6. Faceoff for each game is scheduled for 7:05 p.m. The scene shifts to Greenville for Game Three on Friday, April 8 at 7:35 p.m. at the BI-LO Center. Games Four and Five (if necessary) will be played on Saturday, April 9 and Monday, April 11 at 7:35 p.m., as well.

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Greenville Road Warriors VERSUS Gwinnett Gladiators

Greenville, SCThe Road Warriors used a four-goal burst in the second period to route the Gladiators in the final regular season game this season. The Road Warriors had 12 different players register points in the 7-2 victory that clinched the Eastern Conference title in their inaugural season. Greenville ended the regular season with a record of 46-22-4 and 96 points overall.

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Greenville Road WarriorsGREENVILLE, SC The Greenville Road Warriors have clinched a Kelly Cup Playoff berth and a South Division championship in their inaugural season. But there is still much left to play for in their final game of the regular season tonight at 7:05 p.m. against the Gwinnett Gladiators.

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Greenville Road Warriors VERSUS   Gwinnett Gladiators

DULUTH, GA The Greenville Road Warriors powered their way past the Gwinnett Gladiators on Friday night and won their final road game of the season by a 4-1 score. The win gave Greenville 94 points on the season and allowed the Road Warriors to stay one point ahead of the Reading Royals for the top spot in the Eastern Conference.

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Greenville Road WarriorsGREENVILLE, SC The Greenville Road Warriors wrap up their regular season schedule this Saturday at home against the Gwinnett Gladiators at 7:05 p.m. at the BI-LO Center. Throughout the night the team will be showing its appreciation to the great Road Warriors fans.

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