The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins will be seeking revenge this Friday when they take on the Lehigh Valley Phantoms at the PPL Center. The Phantoms were able to sneak away with a win in the previous encounter on October 11th. This will be the second of twelve meetings between the division and state rivals.
Friday, November 1st
Lehigh Valley Phantoms
(3-1-1-2 Fifth in Atlantic Division)
|LEHIGH VALLEY||WBS PENGUINS|
|Joel Farabee | Maksim Sushko||3||GOALS||Stefan Noesen||9|
|German Rubtsov||5||ASSISTS||Andrew Agozzino | David Warsofsky||6|
|German Rubtsov | Morgan Frost||6||POINTS||Stefan Noesen||12|
|Mark Friedman||12||PIM||Stefan Noesen||31|
|Philippe Myers||Plus-8||PLUS/MINUS||Jon Lizzote||Plus-4|
Forward Andrew Agozzino is riding a five-game point streak, and has points in six of the eight games he has played in.
Rookie Forward Jordy Bellerive recorded his first career AHL goal in the 5-4 OT win against the San Antonio Rampage.
2017 first round pick Morgan Frost is enjoying a four-game point streak and has six points (2G, 4A) in those four games.
Goaltender Alex Lyon is second in the AHL in GAA with a 1.30 and third in SAV% with a 951%.
Phantoms forward Cal O’ Reilly suited up for the Penguins during the 2011-2012 season. He recorded ten assists in 21 games during his stint with the Pens.
compiled by Jeremy Hannen
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