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Game #36 - Tucson at San Antonio

By: Alexander Kinkopf
 
 
TUCSON ROADRUNNERS 2, SAN ANTONIO RAMPAGE 1
Final - OT | 0:00 Remaining
 
 
Tucson (20-12-2-1) at San Antonio (22-16-2-0)
Friday, January 19, 2018, 6:30 p.m. MST
AT&T Center | San Antonio, Texas
 
Reference: Media Kit | Box Score
 

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Stats/Scoring

SOG - TUC 55; SA 20
PP – TUC 0/3; SA 1/3
 
FIRST PERIOD:
 
1) SA PPG - Chris Butler (Alex Belzile, Samuel Blais) 18:24
 
SECOND PERIOD:
 
2) TUC - Dysin Mayo (Michael Bunting, Mike Sislo) 15:05
 
THIRD PERIOD:
 
None
 
OVERTIME:
 
3) TUC - Mario Kempe (Kyle Capobianco, Michael Bunting) 3:07
 

Roadrunners Lineup

 
FORWARDS
LAWSON CROUSE (67) - DYLAN STROME (91) - MARIO KEMPE (39*)
MICHAEL BUNTING (27) -  LAURENT DAUPHIN (15) - MIKE SISLO (9)
RYAN KUJAWINSKI (17) - TYLER GAUDET (10) - CONOR GARLAND (8)
JENS LOOKE (24) - LANE PEDERSON (18) - DANIEL MAGGIO (47)
 
DEFENSEMEN
DAKOTA MERMIS (43) - ANDREW CAMPBELL (2)
KYLE CAPOBIANCO (23) - DYSIN MAYO (37)
KYLE WOOD (7*) - JOEL HANLEY (44)
 
GOALTENDERS
HUNTER MISKA (35)
ADIN HILL (33)

Notes

Pregame:

  • Hunter Miska leads the Roadrunners out of the tunnel and onto the ice for warm-ups. He comes into the night with an 11-3-0 record.
  • Due to a jersey mix-up during travel, Mario Kempe will wear #39 instead of #20 and Kyle Wood will wear #7 instead of #3.
  • Ryan Kujawinski returns to the lineup, playing on the left wing of the team's third line.
  • Tonight marks the first meeting of the season with the Rampage; the Roadrunners' 10th opponent; AT&T Center the eighth building.
  • Nick Merkley (upper-body) and Ryan MacInnis (undisclosed) did not travel with the team to San Antonio.

First Period:

  • The Roadrunners tie a franchise record for shots in a single period with 22.
  • Most of the period was spent in the offensive zone; San Antonio's Ville Husso putting forth a very strong performance.
  • San Antonio scores with 1:36 to play in the frame on their first power play of the evening.

Second Period:

  • On the Roadrunners' 32nd shot of the night, Dysin Mayo finally gets the team on the board, scoring his third goal of the season.
  • Mike Sislo extends his team-leading points streak to six games with the secondary assist on Mayo's goal.
  • Hunter Miska stops all five shots faced in the period.

Third Period:

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Highlights

  • Dysin Mayo drives to the net and finishes a play to tie the game 1-1 with 4:55 to play in the second period.


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