TUCSON ROADRUNNERS 4, CHICAGO WOLVES 3
FINAL | 0:00 Remaining
Tucson (1-1-0-0) at Chicago (1-1-1-0)
Saturday, October 21, 2017, 5:00 p.m. PST
Allstate Arena, Rosemont, Illinois
SOG - TUC 29; CHI 29
PP – TUC 1/8; CHI 1/5
1) TUC SHG - Dakota Mermis (1) (Jens Looke) 7:09
2) CHI - Tomas Hyka (3) (Beau Bennett) 13:01
3) TUC - Kyle Wood (1) (Tyler Gaudet) 18:01
4) TUC PPG - Mike Sislo (2) (Kyle Capobianco, Dylan Strome) 0:55
5) CHI - Shea Theodore (4) (Wade Megan) 14:28
6) CHI PPG - Paul Thompson (2) 18:18
7) TUC - Emerson Etem (2) (Andrew Campbell) 5:47
MIKE SISLO (9) - DYLAN STROME (91) - NICK MERKLEY (38)
EMERSON ETEM (26) - RYAN MACINNIS (72) - LANE PEDERSON (18)
JENS LOOKE (24) - TYLER GAUDET (10) - CONOR GARLAND (8)
SCOTT ALLEN (29) - TREVOR CHEEK (39) - MICHAEL LATTA (46)
DAKOTA MERMIS (43) - ANDREW CAMPBELL (2)
JOEL HANLEY (44) - DYSIN MAYO (37)
KYLE CAPOBIANCO (23) - KYLE WOOD (3)
HUNTER MISKA (35)
MAREK LANGHAMER (30)
Lane Pederson will make his professional debut tonight, skating to the right of Emerson Etem and Ryan MacInnis.
Hunter Miska will make his second start of the season; Marek Langhamer will serve as the back-up, dressing in his first game for the Roadrunners in 2017-18.
Dakota Mermis buries the Roadrunners' first shorthanded goal of the season, finishing a Jens Looke odd-man rush opportunity, becoming the team's 11th-different goal scorer.
Kyle Wood, upon receiving a drop-pass from Tyler Gaudet during zone entry, leaned into a wrist shot to give the Roadrunners a 2-1 lead with 1:59 left in the second period. Wood became the team's 12th-different goal scorer.
Off of an offensive zone faceoff early in the second period during a power play, Mike Sislo fires a laser through traffic and into the back of the net to give the Roadrunners a 3-1 lead. Sislo becomes the first player on the team to score a second goal.
Chicago buries their third, game-tying goal during a 5-on-3 power play.
Emerson Etem puts the Roadrunners ahead 4-3 with 14 minutes left in regulation.
Hunter Miska earns his first pro win, stopping 26 of the 29 shots he faced.
Dakota Mermis follows a shorthanded odd-man rush to give the Roadrunners a 1-0 lead just over seven minutes into the game.
Kyle Wood walks into a wrist shot, giving the Roadrunners a 2-1 lead in the late stages of the first period.
Mike Sislo fires a slapshot through traffic to give the Roadrunners a 3-1 lead with a power play goal early in the second period.
Emerson Etem receives drop-pass from Andrew Campbell and fires a wrist shot home to give the Roadrunners a 4-3 lead with 14 minutes left in regulation.