Glens Falls, NY-The Adirondack Phantoms struck first but the Toronto Marlies
stormed back with five of their own as the Phantoms
dropped a 5-1 decision in the debut of interim Head
Coach John Paddock. It was the first of a three
game homestand for Adirondack.
Jussi Rynnas turned aside 26 of Adirondack 27 shots
as the Marlies extended their unbeaten-in-regulation
streak to six games (4-0-2).
Stefan Legein's second of the year gave the Phantoms
the initial 1-0 lead in the first period after he
picked up his own rebound off goalie Jussi Rynnas
between the circles and fired it home.
Mike Zigomanis, Alex Foster, Justin Hodgman, Joey
Crabb and Greg Scott all lit the lamp for the Marlies
The Phantoms created chances and looked like they
much of the momentum particularly throughout the
second period but it was Toronto who came away with
a 3-1 lead.
The game also featured the return of RPI product
Jerry D'Amigo to the North Country. D'Amigo had
an assist in the game.
Johan Backlund took the losing decision for the
Adirondack outshot Toronto 27-21. The Phantoms
were 0-for-7 on the power play while Toronto was
1 for 5.
The homestand continues for the Phantoms Friday
night against the Norfolk Admirals at 7:30 on Faith
and Family night. The Saturday,November 13 game
will feature Phantoms Mini-Sticks for the first
1,000 kids (age 14 and younger) courtesy of Hometown
Chevrolet and also the 2nd Annual 9/11 Memorial
Guns and Hoses game with local public safety
representatives taking on the NYPD hockey team at
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Toronto Marlies 5 at Adirondack Phantoms 1
Thursday, November 11, 2010 - Glens Falls Civic
Toronto 2 1 2 - 5
Adirondack 1 0 0 - 11st Period-1, Adirondack, Legein
2 (Moore, Marshall), 5:56. 2,Toronto, Zigomanis
3 (Lashoff, Crabb), 9:42 (PP). 3, Toronto, Foster
3(Mitchell, Brennan), 16:49. Penalties-Laliberte
Adk (tripping), 1:59; Engel Tor (tripping), 3:38;
Legein Adk (goaltender interference),8:48; Clackson
Adk (interference), 10:49; Mitchell Tor (high-sticking),
2nd Period-4, Toronto, Hodgman 5 (Kadri, D'Amigo),
13:14.Penalties-Lashoff Tor (holding), 9:34; Rinaldo
Adk (tripping), 15:03;Rosehill Tor (slashing), 18:13.
3rd Period-5, Toronto, Crabb 6 (Mueller), 1:54.
6, Toronto, Scott 2 (Boyce), 18:24 (SH). Penalties-Rinaldo
Adk (major - boarding, game misconduct - boarding),
5:34; Mueller Tor (interference), 7:08; Kadri Tor
(slashing, unsportsmanlike conduct, game misconduct
-attempt/deliberate injure), 10:22; Crabb Tor (slashing),
Shots on Goal-Toronto 8-5-8-21. Adirondack 6-10-11-27.
Power Play Opportunities-Toronto 1 / 5; Adirondack
0 / 8.
Goalies-Toronto, Rynnas 1-3-1 (27 shots-26 saves).
Backlund 2-8-0 (21 shots-16 saves).
Referees-Jamie Koharski (84), David Banfield (44).
Linesmen-Robert St. Lawrence (10), Mike Emanatian
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