PREVIEW: PENGUINS vs WOLF PACK – MARCH 17, 2018


The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins welcome the Hartford Wolf Pack to Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza on Friday for the third and final time this season. The home team has won all four previous matchups this season.

The Penguins (36-18-4-2, 78 pts, .650%) are ranked second the Atlantic Division of the AHL, while The Wolf Pack (27-29-5-3, 62 pts, .484%) sit in seventh in the same division.

Saturday’s game is the fifth of six meetings between the clubs this season.

TIME: 7:05 p.m.
PLACE: Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza
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TICKETS:  570-208-7367 or at the Mohegan Sun Arena Box Office

SEASON SERIES

DATE HOME ROAD TIME/RESULT
Saturday, October 21 WBS Hartford  3-2 SO WIN
Friday, December 15 Hartford WBS  7-3 Loss
Friday, Decmber 29 WBS Hartford  5-1 WIN
Sunday, January 21 Hartford WBS  1-0 OTL
Saturday, March 17 WBS Hartford  7:05pm
Friday, March 30 Hartford WBS  7:15pm

RECENT ACTION
The  Penguins and Charlotte Checkers faced one another for the second night in a row at Bojangles’ Coliseum, but this time, the Penguins were on the losing end of a 3-1 final on Wednesday.  Wilkes-Barre/Scranton pressed hard in the third period, but couldn’t muster the comeback, and suffered its first regular season loss in Charlotte in franchise history. Charlotte found scoring from Julien Gauthier and former Penguin Greg McKegg, who put in two for the Checkers.  The Penguins lone goal came off a Tom Sestito rebound through Nedeljkovic’s five-hole at 8:11 of the final frame. Anthony Peters recorded 27 saves.

The Hartford Wolf Pack welcomed the Lehigh Valley Phantoms to the XL Center on Friday night, as they snapped a six-game losing skid with a 4-3 shootout victory.  Hartford’s Filip Chytil, Cristoval Nieves, and Dan DeSalvo all tallied in the second frame. Lehigh Valley had goals from Cole Bardreau and Mark Friedman before Nicolas Aube-Kubel tallied the lone goal in the third to force overtime. Nothing could be decided in overtime and the skills competition decided the final point as Dan DeSalvo put one by John Muse to break the losing streak. Marek Mazanec stopped 28 of 31 in the victory.

PENGUINS NOTES

Teddy Blueger leads the AHL with four overtime goals.

Blueger’s four OT goals is also the most in a single season in Penguins history, and has him tied with Carter Rowney and Tom Kostopoulos for the franchise’s all-time lead.

Daniel Sprong currently ranks in a tie for third among all AHL rookies in goals (21), points (44) and shots on goal (146).

WOLF PACK NOTES
The Wolf Pack are 2-1-0-1 in four meetings with the Penguins on the year, but have only a regulation loss and a shootout defeat to show for two previous trips to Wilkes-Barre.

Cole Schenider leads the Wolf Pack in points with 39 (14+25).

Scott Kosmachuk is in second on the team in scoring. Eight of those goals have come off of power play tallies.

CONNECTIONS

Penguins defenseman Chris Summers spent parts of three seasons (2014-17) with the Wolf Pack, recording 24 points (7+16) in 161 games with the team.

Penguins forward Ryan Haggerty broke into the AHL with Hartford in 2014-15, posting 33 points (15+18) in 76 games with the club.

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TONS OF FUN THIS WEEKEND WITH THE PENGUINS

It’s a jam-packed weekend for Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins fans, with a pair of home games featuring lots of FUN!

This Saturday night, the Penguins welcome the Hartford Wolf Pack to NEPA for our annual St. Patrick’s Day Celebration at 7:05pm. The Pens will be wearing special Shamrock Sweaters, which will be auctioned off during the game, plus we’ll have Irish-themed entertainment during our intermissions, and other activities throughout the night.

Sunday afternoon will be extra special for our young fans, as we host Super Hero Day, sponsored by Knoebels, at 3:05pm.  Kids 14 and under can get into the game against the Hershey Bears for FREE with a paid adult ticket, and the first 1,000 youngsters through the gates will receive a $5 ride book courtesy of our friends at Knoebels.

Dress up as your favorite super hero and visit our kids table to have your photo taken for our social media costume contest.  Then stick around afterward for our free postgame skating session on the arena ice (bring your own skates if you want to participate).

Get your tickets for Saturday and Sunday by calling the Penguins at 570-208-7367.

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PITTSBURGH REASSIGNS JOORIS TO WILKES-BARRE/SCRANTON

The Pittsburgh Penguins have re-assigned forward Josh Jooris to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton of the American Hockey League, it was announced today by executive vice president and general manager Jim Rutherford.

Jooris, 27, skated in two games with Pittsburgh over the weekend. He has played in 33 NHL contests this year split between the Penguins and Carolina Hurricanes, recording six points (3G-3A).

The Penguins’ next game is tomorrow, Wednesday, Mar. 14, and their opponent will be the Checkers once again. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton’s next home game is the team’s annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration as they face-off against the Hartford Wolf Pack on Saturday, Mar. 17.

Puck drop between the Penguins and Wolf Pack is scheduled for 7:05 p.m. Individual tickets for all Penguins home games are available at the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza box office, online at TicketMaster.com, or by calling 800-745-3000.

Season ticket packages for the 19th season of Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins hockey, including Flexbook plans, are available by contacting the Penguins directly at (570) 208-7367.

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PREVIEW: PENGUINS at CHECKERS – MARCH 13 & 14, 2018


The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins will be looking for a little redemption when they face the Charlotte Checkers for a pair of games at Bojangles’ Coliseum on Tuesday and Wednesday night. The Checkers took the first two meetings between the divisional foes in Wilkes-Barre earlier this season.

The Penguins (35-17-4-2, 76 pts, .655%) continue to hold on to the second spot in the Atlantic Division following a sweep of their weekend contests, while the Checkers (35-24-0-3, 73 pts, .589%) are ranked fourth in the same division.

DATES: Tuesday, March 13 and Wednesday, March 14
TIME: 7:00 p.m.
PLACE: Bojangles’ Coliseum
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SEASON SERIES

DATE HOME ROAD TIME/RESULT 
Saturday, October 7 WBS Charlotte 5-2 Loss
Friday, December 8 WBS Charlotte 2-1 Loss
Tuesday, March 13 Charlotte WBS  7:05pm
Wednesday, March 14 Charlotte WBS  7:00pm


RECENT ACTION

Anthony Peters stood tall between the pipes for the Penguins, leading them to a 2-1 victory over the Grand Rapids Griffins on Saturday night at Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza. Peters recorded 32 saves in the victory and aided the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton penalty kill, which went a perfect five-for-five against one of the league’s top power play units. The Penguins saw Adam Johnson and Kevin Czuczman fire pucks past Tom McCollum, while former Penguin Ben Street tallied for the Griffins.

The Checkers poured on the offense against the Hartford Wolf Pack on Saturday night, skating to a 7-3 win on home ice – and even their goaltender got in on the action. Former Penguin Greg McKegg opened the scoring at 11:37 of the first frame for the Checkers, who also got first period scores from Roland McKeown and Trevor Carrick. Hartford cut the lead to 3-2 with a pair of second period goals, but Warren Foegele and Patrick Brown reestablished the two-goal cushion by the 13:35 mark of the third. Cole Shneider and Noclas Roy traded goals to make it a 6-3 game, before the showstopper highlight came down, as goaltender Alex Nedeljkovic collected the puck and launched it the length of the ice into the empty net, becoming the 13th netminder in AHL history to score a goal.

PENGUINS NOTES
Before 2017-18, the Penguins had not faced the Checkers since playing them in the East Division Finals in 2011.

Daniel Sprong leads the season series in goals with two.

With a goal Friday night against Binghamton the Penguins move to 9-1-1-0 when Gage Quinney scores this season.

Jean-Sebastien Dea picked up a pair of points (1+1) in Friday night’s 3-2 overtime victory against the Binghamton Devils, establishing a new career-high for points in a season in the process. Dea enters this week with 38 points, two better than his previous best of 36, set in 75 games during the 2015-16 season.

Teddy Blueger also established a new personal best for points in a season with 32 with his OT goal against the Devils on Friday night.

Blueger leads the team in game winning-goals with five, and also paces the AHL with four overtime goals this season.

Goaltender Michael Leighton returned to action on Friday against Binghamton for the first time since December 22. In two games for the Penguins this season (both against the Devils), Leighton has posted a 2-0-0 record with a 2.34 goals against average and .917 save percentage.

Sam Lafferty made his pro debut with the Penguins on Saturday night against Grand Rapids, going scoreless and even in his first AHL game. He was selected in the fourth round (113th overall) at the 2014 NHL Entry Draft.

CHECKERS NOTES

Nedeljkovic became the 13th goaltender in AHL history to score a goal on Saturday night. It was the second of his pro career, as he also scored with ECHL Florida last season.

In addition to leading all AHL net minders in goals, Nedeljkovic also leads the league in wins with 27.

The Checkers won their fourth straight game on Saturday, marking their fourth such streak this season.

Warren Foegele’s 25th goal of the season set a new franchise record for the most by a Checkers rookie in a single season.

Greg McKegg’s goal Saturday gave him four points (1+3) in his first five games as a Checker.

The Checkers have a power-play goal in four consecutive games (4-for-12).

CONNECTIONS
Checkers defenseman Philip Samuelsson spent parts of four seasons (2011-2015) with the Penguins, recording 45 points (6+39) in 197 games.

Greg McKegg played 28 games with the Penguins this season tallying 12 points (5+7) before being traded for Josh Jooris.

Compiled by Jonathan Kliment

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PREVIEW: PENGUINS vs GRIFFINS – MARCH 10, 2018


For the first time in over nine years, the puck will drop between the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins and the Grand Rapids Griffins at Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza, as the teams face off tonight at 7:05pm.

The Penguins (34-17-4-2, 74 pts, .649%) close out the weekend holding onto second place in the Atlantic Division, while the defending Calder Cup Champion Griffins (31-21-1-6, 69 pts, .585%) sit in third place lead in the Central Division.

Saturday’s game is the second of two meetings between the clubs this season.

TIME: 7:00 p.m.
PLACE: Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza
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SEASON SERIES

DATE HOME ROAD TIME/RESULT
Friday, March 2 Grand Rapids WBS 2-4 WIN
Saturday, March 10 WBS Grand Rapids  7:05pm

RECENT ACTION

The Penguins battled to a 3-2 overtime victory against the Binghamton Devils at Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena on Friday evening. The Penguins regulation scoring came early, as Jean-Sébastien Dea and Gage Quinney both put up goals in the first period. But for the third time in three games between the clubs, the Devils forced overtime. The home team erased the two-goal deficit with goals from Jacob MacDonald and Michael Latta, sending the game to the extra frame. It took until the final minute of overtime to decide a winner as Teddy Blueger notched his team leading fifth game-winning goal of the season, and his fourth that has come in overtime. Michael Leighton made a successful return to the lineup, turning aside 27 Binghamton chances in his first game since facing the Devils back on December 22. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton has now won all four contests against the Devils this season.

Troy Grosenick’s 36 saves steered the Milwaukee Admirals to a 4-1 win over the Griffins on Saturday at Van Andel Arena. The Griffins saw their lone goal come off the stick of Joe Hicketts, while Milwaukee found the scoring touch from Mark Zengerle, Alexandre Carrier, Harry Zolnierczyk, and Trevor Smith. Grand Rapids had several pushes, but was unable to squeeze another one by the 2016-17 AHL goaltender of the year, Troy Grosenick. Matej Machovsky sustained his first AHL loss, finishing with 26 saves for the Griffins.

PENGUINS NOTES
With his overtime winner Friday night, Teddy Blueger leads the Penguins in game-winning goals with five.

Blueger’s four OT goals this season are the most in a single campaign for the Penguins, passing Chad Kolarik (2012-13) and Carter Rowney (2015-16), who each had three in a season.

Blueger’s four overtime goals also tied for the top spot for the Penguins all-time. He joins Tom Kostopoulos and Carter Rowney at the top of that list.

Daniel Sprong currently ranks third among all AHL rookies in goals (21) and is tied for second in power play goals (9).

Jean-Sébastien Dea tallied his third shorthanded goal last night, which leads the team

Michael Leighton made his triumphant return to the lineup and is now 2-0-0-0 while wearing a Penguins jersey. Both of Leighton’s starts have come against Binghamton and both games have been decided by a Teddy Blueger overtime winner

GRIFFINS NOTES

Head coach Todd Nelson holds a 298-185-15-46 (0.604) record as an AHL head coach and needs two more victories to become the 20th head coach in the 82-year history of the AHL to reach 300.

The Griffins have points in 12 of the last 13 road contests (10-1-0-2), including eight in a row.

Grand Rapids has scored a power play goal in five of its last six games, going 6-for-17 (35.3%) during that stretch. The Griffins place third in the AHL with a power play percentage of 21.3%.

Matt Lorito leads the team with 22 power play points (7+15).

Despite being fourth on the Griffins with power play points, Matthew Ford’s 11 PPGs tie for second in the league.

Ben Street registered a goal and an assist last Wednesday to mark his 100th career point as a Griffin. He did so in 116 games, which ranks as the 10th fastest in franchise history to reach the century mark.

CONNECTIONS
Ben Street played parts of two seasons with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton from 2010-12. In 107 games he tallied 80 points (39+41)

Griffins’ leading scorer Eric Tangradi was a prominent part of the Penguins organization from 2009-13 when he was traded to Winnipeg. In 178 games he put up 121 points (60+61)

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PREVIEW: PENGUINS at DEVILS – MARCH 9, 2018

The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins take on their I-81 rival, the Binghamton Devils, as they travel to Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena tonight at 7:05pm.

The Penguins (33-17-4-2, 72 pts, .643%) currently sit in second in the American Hockey League’s Atlantic Division, while the Devils (19-30-6-3, 47 pts, .405%) take up the sixth slot in the North Division.

Tonight’s game is the fourth of six meetings between the clubs this season.

TIME: 7:05 p.m.
PLACE: Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena
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SEASON SERIES

DATE HOME ROAD TIME/RESULT
Friday, November 17 Binghamton WBS 4-3 WIN
Friday, December 22 WBS Binghamton 4-3 WIN OT
Saturday, January 27 WBS Binghamton 4-3 WIN OT
Friday, March 9 Binghamton WBS  7:05pm
Saturday, March 24 Binghamton WBS  7:05pm
Saturday, April 7 WBS Binghamton  7:05pm


RECENT ACTION

The Penguins scratched and clawed their way to a point in their final game of the weekend’s Midwest road trip, falling in the shootout, 3-2, to the Milwaukee Admirals at UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena on Sunday evening. Frédérick Gaudreau and Anthony Richard tallied for the Admirals, while Ethan Prow and Josh Jooris netted goals for the Penguins. In the shootout, Justin Kirkland and Christian Thomas scored in the opening round, before Richard notched the game-deciding goal for Milwaukee in round four. Anthony Peters made 20 saves on the night, as well as two more in the shootout session, for the Penguins.

Nick Lappin scored three goals and added an assist as the Binghamton Devils routed the visiting Utica Comets in a penalty-filled game on Sunday night, 7-2, at Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena. The Devils saw multi-goal games from Lappin and Blake Pietila (2), as well as tallies from Ben Thomson and Brian Strait. The Comets got scores from Andrew Cherniwchan and Reid Boucher. Eddie Lack stopped 24 of 26 for the win, while Richard Bachman stopped 25 in the loss before being replaced by Thatcher Demko.

PENGUINS NOTES
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton has won all three meetings with the Devils this season by 4-3 scores.

With his game winner last weekend Teddy Blueger is tied with Daniel Sprong for the team lead with four.

Adam Johnson has six points (4G-2A) in his last seven games.

The Penguins signed forward Sam Lafferty to an amateur tryout agreement earlier this week. Lafferty just wrapped up a four-year career at Brown University, during which he earned 29 goals and 50 assists for 79 points in 124 games.

Daniel Sprong currently ranks third among all AHL rookies in both goals (21) and power play goals (9).

DEVILS NOTES
Jacob MacDonald leads the Devils in points (40), with nine of those points coming on power play goals.

Bracken Kearns has continued to provide veteran leadership, appearing in every game for the Devils, bringing his AHL total to 722 for his career.

Christoph Bertschy is four games away from 200 in his AHL career.

Nick Lappin leads the Devils in goals (23), while Tim Kennedy and Bracken Kearns lead the team in assists (26).

CONNECTIONS
Devils Defender Brian Strait faces the Penguins again after being snagged off waivers before the lockout shortened season of 2013. He had 40 points over four seasons (2009-2013) with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.

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PITTSBURGH RECALLS JOORIS FROM WBS


The Pittsburgh Penguins have recalled forward Josh Jooris on an emergency basis from the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins of the American Hockey League, it was announced today by executive vice president and general manager Jim Rutherford.

Jooris, 27, was acquired by the Penguins from the Carolina Hurricanes at the NHL Trading Deadline in exchange for Greg McKegg. The fourth-year veteran played in 31 NHL games with the Hurricanes earlier this season, producing six points (3G-3A).

The 6-foot-1, 197-pound Jooris has appeared in three games with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton since his acquisition, scoring once. His lone tally with the AHL team was a big one, as it came in the final minute of regulation, forcing overtime, on March 4 in Milwaukee.

Overall, the Burlington, Ontario native has played in 204 career NHL games with Calgary, the New York Rangers, Arizona and Carolina. In those contests, Jooris has 23 goals, 32 assists and 55 points.

Jooris originally joined the Calgary organization as an undrafted free agent following a three-year collegiate career at Union College.

Wilkes-Barre/Scranton’s next game is Friday, Mar. 9, when they take the bus up I-81 to face-off with the Binghamton Devils. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton’s next home game is against the Grand Rapids Griffins on Saturday, Mar. 10. The Griffins’ first trip to Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza since 2009 also serves as the Penguins’ Star Wars Night.

Puck drop between the Penguins and Griffins on Star Wars Night is scheduled for 7:05 p.m. Individual tickets for all Penguins home games are available at the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza box office, online at TicketMaster.com, or by calling 570-208-7367.

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PENGUINS SIGN SAM LAFFERTY TO ATO

 

WILKES-BARRE, Pa. – The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins announced today that they have signed forward Sam Lafferty to an amateur tryout agreement for the remainder of the 2017-18 season.

Lafferty, 23, just wrapped up a four-year career at Brown University, during which he earned 29 goals and 50 assists for 79 points in 124 games. Lafferty led the Bears in points the past two seasons, with 22 points (8G-14A) in his senior season and 35 points (13G-22A) in his junior year.

The forward from Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania was selected in the fourth round (113th overall) at the 2014 NHL Entry Draft after he posted 21 goals and 34 assists for 55 points at Deerfield Academy.

The Penguins’ next game is Friday, Mar. 9, when they take the bus up I-81 to face-off with the Binghamton Devils. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton’s next home game is against the Grand Rapids Griffins on Saturday, Mar. 10. The Griffins’ first trip to Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza since 2009 also serves as the Penguins’ Star Wars Night.

Puck drop between the Penguins and Griffins on Star Wars Night is scheduled for 7:05 p.m. Individual tickets for all Penguins home games are available at the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza box office, online at TicketMaster.com, or by calling  800-745-3000.

Season ticket packages for the 19th season of Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins hockey, including Flexbook plans, are available by contacting the Penguins directly at (570) 208-7367.

SCOUT NIGHT PRESENTED BY MORITZ EMBROIDERY WORKS


Calling all Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts! It’s time to round up your troop, den or pack and head on out to the annual Penguins Scout Night, presented by the Moritz Embroidery Works.

This years game takes place on Saturday, March 10 when the Penguins face off with the Grand Rapids Griffins at 7:05pm.

All scouts in attendance receive a commemorative Penguins Scout Night patch, and will have their group recognized on the videoboard. Don’t forget to wear your uniform to represent your organization!

This year’s Scout Night is also Star Wars Night. Costumed members of the 501st Garrison Carida and Rebel Legion will be on hand, and the Penguins will be wearing special Star Wars inspired jerseys, which will be auctioned during the game.

In addition to a scout patch, our Scout Night package includes a ticket to the game and a Penguins hat. Ticket package start at just $17.50, and can be ordered directly through the Penguins at 570-208-5419.

Moritz Embroidery Works is proud to be an Official Licensee of the Boy Scouts of America® for embroidered emblems, neckerchiefs, and other promotional products. To learn more about the Moritz Embroidery Works, please visit http://www.moritzembroidery.com/.

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PREVIEW: PENGUINS at ADMIRALS – MARCH 4, 2018

The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins will try to close out another three game in three night weekend with a victory when they face the Milwaukee Admirals on Sunday night at UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena.

The Penguins (33-17-4-1, 71 pts, .645%) sit in second place in the Atlantic Division, while Admirals (28-24-4-1, 61 pts, .535%) sit in sixth place in a crowded Central Division.
Sunday’s game is the second of two meetings between the clubs this season.

TIME: 6:00 p.m. EST
PLACE: UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena
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SEASON SERIES

DATE HOME ROAD  TIME/RESULT 
Friday, December 1 WBS Milwaukee  5-4 OTW
Sunday, March 4 Milwaukee WBS  6:00pm

RECENT ACTION

The Penguins fell to the Rockford IceHogs, 3-0, on Saturday in a hard-hitting, penalty-filled contest at BMO Harris Bank Center. Both teams had six power plays and combined for 66 penalty minutes throughout the course of the game but Wilkes-Barre/Scranton could not take advantage of all the special teams action in the second contest of its Midwest swing. Anthony Louis and Andreas Martinsen (2) put up the three goals for the IceHogs. Étienne Marcoux recorded 19 saves on 21 shots faced in his AHL debut.

Goalie Troy Grosenick stopped 36 shots in his Admirals debut, leading Milwaukee to a 4-1 win over the Grand Rapids Griffins Saturday at Van Andel Arena. Grosenick turned aside all but one shot in his first game since being acquired from the San Jose Barracuda. Milwaukee saw scoring from Mark Zengerle, Alex Carrier, Harry Zolnierczyk, and Trevor Smith.

 

PENGUINS NOTES
Garrett Wilson scored his first AHL hat trick when these teams met in December

Jean-Sébastien Dea scored the overtime winner December 1st.

In games following being being shut out this season the Penguins have posted a 2-1-1-0 record

Kevin Czuzczman played his 250th AHL game Friday night. During his tenure he has tallied 79 points (17+62).

ADMIRALS NOTES
Rookie Emil Pettersson leads the teams in both points (39) and assists (27) this season

Bobby Butler has 21 goals for the Admirals this season, which leads the team.

John Ramage is eight games away from 300 in his AHL career

CONNECTIONS
Milwaukee left wing Harry Zolnierzyck spent the 2013-14 season with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, recording 36 points (18+18) in 57 games with the Penguins.

Admirals center Trevor Smith skated in 75 games with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton during the 2012-13 season, recording 54 points (23+31).

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