Friday, February 22, 2013

Pre-Game vs. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 2/22

Greetings from way, way above the Wells Fargo Center ice, where the Adirondack Phantoms (20-25-2-1) and Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins (26-22-2-1) have just concluded their warm-ups.

Adirondack is 2-0-1 in games in Philadelphia since moving to Glens Falls. They've won the last two.

They say they have sold this place out, and it is filling up fast. They are anticipating one of the largest crowds in American Hockey League history. Terry Murray is excited for the younger Phantoms.

One of those younger guys, Cal Heeter, is between the pipes. The rookie gets his first taste of an NHL atmosphere. Tom Sestito has joined Adirondack on a conditioning assignment and will play tonight.

Brad Thiessen counters for the Penguins, who have a player, Chad Kolarik, that is pretty familiar with Philadelphia. They've also brought a rookie up from the coast. Full line-ups, as always, are below.

WILKES-BARRE/SCRANTON
F: Uher-Peters-Payerl
Smith-Holzapfel-Kolarik
Gibbons-Megna-Kostopoulos
Farnham-Sill-Minella
D: Reese-Dumoulin
Morrow-Samuelsson
Wild-Mormina
G: Thiessen
Zatkoff

ADIRONDACK
F: Sestito-Roe-Akeson
Wellwood-Bordson-Sim
Noebels-Mangene-Johnston
Brown-Slater-Laliberte
D: Lauridsen-Syvret
Lilja-Konan
Manning-Eddy
G: Heeter
Munroe

Referees: Chris Cozzan, Ryan Fraser. Linesmen: Bob Fyrer, Jud Ritter.


2 Comments:

Blogger Daily Talk Blog said...

At the end of the day, Heeter played well and kept us there and we had a websites that write essays for you chance in the third period.

March 1, 2013 at 9:23 AM 
OpenID jonathanbaker007 said...

Seiously? You think being in Glens Falls, NY is what is keeping this team from succeeding? You are laughable.
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May 14, 2013 at 2:02 AM 

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