NEWS & STATS
GAME #14: Tucson at San Diego
By: Alexander Kinkopf
November 30, 2016 5:17 PM
TUCSON ROADRUNNERS 1, SAN DIEGO GULLS 5
Final | 0:00 Remaining
Tucson (9-2-2-0) at San Diego (8-5-1-0)
Wednesday, November 30, 2016, 8:00 p.m. MST
Valley View Casino Center, San Diego, California
Referees: #56 Brett Iverson, #19 Tim Mayer
Linesmen: #93 Greg McAlpine, #85 Steve Walsh
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TUCSON: G Adin Hill, D Jarred Tinordi, D Zbynek Michalek, LW Brendan Perlini, C Chris Mueller, RW Eric Selleck
SAN DIEGO: G Dustin Tokarski, D Jaycob Megna, D Brandon Montour, LW Kevin Roy, C Corey Tropp, RW Stefan Noesen
SOG - TUC 20; SD 29
PP – TUC 0/4; SD 2/4
1) TUC - Conor Garland (1) (Matia Marcantuoni, Zbynek Michalek) 11:32
2) SD - Scott Sabourin (2) (Andrew O'Brien, Kenny Ryan) 13:18
3) SD PPG - Kevin Roy (8) (Jeff Schultz, Stefan Noesen) 16:22
4) SD - Kenny Ryan (1) (Scott Sabourin) 13:19
5) SD PPG - Antoine Laganiere (5) (Nick Sorenson, Kalle Kossila) 15:59
6) SD - Kalle Kossila (4) (Nick Sorenson, Antoine Laganiere) 12:58
- Adin Hill gets the start in net.
- Henrik Samuelsson, Mark Cooper, Justin Hache, and Dysin Mayo tonight's healthy scratches.
- San Diego fans showing their support for Craig Cunningham with a number of #CunnyCan signs seen in the seats during warm-ups. Gulls players are wearing #14 decals on their helmets to support the Roadrunners' captain.
- Tucson gets their first power play of the night 8:20 into the period. San Diego comes into the evening with the AHL's worst-ranked penalty kill.
- Conor Garland opens the scorinbg 11:32 into the game, slamming home his first professional goal off of a redirected Zbynek Michalek shot from the point.
- Matia Marcantuoni and Zbynek Michalek register their first points of the season with the assists on Garland's marker.
- Christian Fischer hits the post on a shorthanded scoring chance.
- Each of San Diego's two first period goals come against the Roadrunners' penalty kill. Tucson's power play goes 0-for-1 against the Gulls' last-ranked penalty kill unit in the opening period.
- Adin Hill has had to make a flurry of impressive stops in the opening minutes of the second. Tucson has come out rather flat.
- Brendan Perlini takes a Kyle Wood shot to the arm/back, leaves ice abruptly, but returns for his next shift.
- Not a good period.
- Fairly uneventful.
BRENDAN PERLINI - CHRIS MUELLER - ERIC SELLECK
MICHAEL BUNTING - TYLER GAUDET - CHRISTIAN FISCHER
GARRET ROSS - RYAN MACINNIS - STEFAN FOURNIER
CONOR GARLAND - MARK OLVER - MATIA MARCANTUONI
(HENRIK SAMUELSSON - MARK COOPER)
JARRED TINORDI - ZBYNEK MICHALEK
DAKOTA MERMIS - JAMIE MCBAIN
BRANDON BURLON - KYLE WOOD
(JUSTIN HACHE - DYSIN MAYO)
- Conor Garland opens the scoring with his first professional goal.