Icemen Keep Streak Alive
The Icemen faced back-to-back opponents with six-game win streaks over the last week and snapped them both, with a win tonight over South Carolina. The Icemen and Stingrays combined for ten goals, all in the first 40 minutes of play. Five Icemen had a multi-point game in the offensive battle, while the two newest Icemen, Ladd and Lalancette, recorded points as well.
FINAL: Jacksonville 6 – South Carolina 4
|South Carolina||2 / 5||6 min / 3 inf|
|Jacksonville||0 / 2||22 min / 7 inf|
|1st||SC||1:21||Fioretti (Eiserman, Pohlkamp)|
|1st||JAX||12:23||Hunt (Lalancette, Critchlow)|
|1st||JAX||13:23||Rabbit (Newbury, Fortier)|
|2nd||JAX||11:43||Critchlow (Cederholm, Hunt)||SH|
|2nd||SC||15:26||Charbonneau (Horn, Fioretti)||PP|
|2nd||SC||15:58||Horn (Charbonneau, McKernan)||PP|
|2nd||JAX||16:20||Rabbit (Fortier, Ladd)|
1. JAX – Critchlow
2. JAX – Rabbit
3. JAX – Hunt
–Icemen are on a three-game win streak.
–With two shorthanded goals, the Icemen regain the number one spot in the league for SHGF at home with seven, and the number two spot overall with nine.
–Five Icemen had a multi-point game in the win, and ten total recorded at least one point.
–Dajon Mingo leads defensemen in the ECHL in shorthanded goals (2) and shorthanded points (4).
–Cameron Critchlow and Nikita Korostelev have goals in back-to-back games for the Icemen.
–Kris Newbury and Wacey Rabbit are both on three-game point streaks, while Garet Hunt and Max Fortier have points in back-to-back games.
Thursday Dec. 20 & Friday, Dec. 21 at Atlanta
Friday’s game will be featured as the ECHL TV Showcase Game and can be watched here for free!