Hunt Claims ECHL Record in Icemen Win
The Icemen extended their win streak to four games after a 4-2 win over Greenville, remaining the only undefeated team in the ECHL. Garet Hunt claimed the all-time ECHL PIM record in win. Jacksonville heads to Greenville on Sunday for it’s first road game of the season.
The Jacksonville Icemen also announced that forward Cam Maclise has been assigned from Manitoba to Jacksonville, while Winnipeg reassigns Mikhail Berdin to Manitoba.
Maclise, 26, started off the year in Manitoba playing three games for the Moose. The 6-foot-3, 201-pound forward spent the 2017-2018 season with the Moose notching 13 points (7G, 6A) in 67 games. Following a collegiate career at Mount Royal University, the Camrose, Alberta native won a Kelly Cup with the Colorado Eagles in his professional debut.
Berdin, 20, has helped the Icemen to a perfect start for the 2018-2019 season. His .934 save percentage is 5th in the league, while his three wins have him in 1st in that category.
Period 1 – JAX 2 – GRN 0
JAX – 1:59 Everett Clark (Alexis D’Aoust)
JAX – 17:51 Wacey Rabbit (Alexis D’Aoust, Everett Clark)
Period 2 – JAX 3 – GRN 1
GRN – 0:52 (PPG) Johno May (Austen Brassard, Trevor Owens)
JAX – 8:13 (SHG) Dajon Mingo (unassisted)
FINAL – JAX 4 – GRN 2
GRN – 18:21 Austen Brassard (Johno May)
JAX – 18:55 Alexis D’Aoust (Everett Clark)
JAX – 0/3
GRN – 1/8
JAX – 29
GRN – 13
–The Icemen remain undefeated at home, and the only undefeated team in the League
–Garet Hunt captured the record for all-time PIM in the ECHL (2,431)
–Wacey Rabbit has collected points in every game this season for the Icemen. Rabbit is on a three-game goal streak and four-game point streak
–Alexis D’Aoust has also collected points in each of the Icemen’s first four games. He is on a four-game point streak
–Everett Clark picked up three points in the win with one goal and two assists
–The Icemen outshot the Swamp Rabbits 29 to 13
3rd Star – Garet Hunt
2nd Star – Wacey Rabbit (1G)
1st Star – Alexis D’Aoust (1G, 2A)
Next Week’s Game(s)
Sunday, October 28 – 3:00 p.m. ET – at Greenville
Friday, November 2 – 7:30 p.m. ET – vs Florida
Saturday, November 3 – 7:00 p.m. ET – vs Florida