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Phantoms Doubled-Down in Atlantic City

 

 

 

 

December 5, 2010

 

 

 

 

Atlantic City, NJ-A largely Phantoms supporting crowd in Atlantic City was not enough to help push Adirondack to victory as the Albany Devils won round 3 of the Time Warner Cable Cup 4-2 on Sunday evening.


Albany now leads the Time Warner Cable Cup 2-1 but there are still 9 games to be played between the local rivals.


Kevin Marshall scored his first of the year and Luke Pither rifled home his third but Adirondack had difficulties solving Devils' goalie Jeff Frazee on their other opportunities. Mike Testwuide assisted on both Phantoms goals.


The game was the second of Flyers goalie Michael Leighton's six day conditioning stint with the Phantoms. He made 23 saves on 27 shots.


Nick Palmieri and Adam Henrique were able to capitalize on early opportunities in the Phantoms zone to give the Devils the early 2-0 lead.


Mike Testwuide picked off a puck at center and Kevin Marshall took advantage of open space up the left-wing. His shot appeared to glance off the leg pad of Frazee and into the goal for Marshall's first tally of the year.


Adirondack picked up the energy in the 2nd period but Frazee was able to make a couple of acrobatic stops among his 12 saves in the frame. The Phantoms had a power play opportunity in the 3rd period with a chance to tie the game and had a couple more good shots but it was Trevor Kell who was able to steal the puck in the Phantoms zone and shoot one past Leighton on a shorthanded tally to boost Albany's lead to 3-1.


Luke Pither got it back for the Phantoms about a minute later. His top-shelf laser from the left-wing dot came after Mike Testwuide gained the line right up the middle and then flipped it over to the right wing to Denis Hamel who opted against shooting when he saw Pither open on the other side.


Adirondack kept the heat up but was unable to come up with the equalizer. Tim Sestito's shot from the right wing was saved by Leighton but Michael Swift scored on the rebound for a 4-2 Devils lead with 6:07 remaining.


Both teams went 0-for-3 on the power play. Adirondack outshot Albany in the 3rd period 11-6 and on the game 28-27. The next game of the Time Warner Cable Cup rivalry is January 1 at 7:00 at the Glens Falls Civic Center.


The game was one of four home games for the Devils at historic Boardwalk Hall but the majority of the fans were wearing Phantoms and Flyers gear many having made the hour drive from Philadelphia for the game. It was the first pro hockey game in Atlantic City since 2006 when the Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies played in the ECHL.


The Phantoms conclude their stretch of five consecutive road games Friday night at the Syracuse Crunch.


Adirondack's next home is Saturday, December 11 against the Portland Pirates featuring the team's first annual Teddy Bear Toss. Fans get to bring their teddy bear donations for the Salvation Army to the game and throw them on the ice after the Phantoms score their first goal.

Bring a new toy or non-perishable food item to the Phantoms office for a free ticket for an upcoming Phantoms game on either Wednesday, December 15 or Friday, December 17. All our donations go to the Salavation Army to benefit needy kids and families in the North Country.


Upcoming Phantoms Home Games:
Saturday, December 11 vs. Portland Pirates: Teddy Bear Toss
Wednesday, December 15 vs. Connecticut Whale: Check it Out Night (ticket discount with your library card)
Friday, December 17 vs. Hershey Bears: Dollar Dog Night
Saturday, December 18 vs. Abbotsford Heat: Papa John's T-Shirt Giveaway (first 2500 fans)

Don't be left out! Tickets for all Phantoms games are on sale now. Discount rates are available for groups of 15 or more. Save off the individual ticket price by asking the Phantoms about their great group rate packages.

The AHL is celebrating their 75th anniversary season and is the top development league for the NHL. More than 85 percent of today's NHL players are American Hockey League graduates and more than 6 million fans attend AHL games every year.

Get your tickets at the Phantoms office inside the Glens Falls Civic Center, online at ticketmaster.com, or by calling the Phantoms at 518-480-3355.


Adirondack Phantoms 2 at Albany Devils 4 - Status: Unofficial Final
Sunday, December 5, 2010 - Boardwalk Hall

Adirondack 1 0 1 - 2
Albany 2 0 2 - 4

1st Period-1, Albany, Palmieri 5 (McIntyre), 5:28. 2, Albany, Henrique 7 (Anderson), 8:16. 3, Adirondack, Marshall 1 (Testwuide), 13:13. Penalties-Lehtivuori Adk (interference), 1:49; Clackson Adk (fighting), 4:23; Letourneau-Leblond Alb (fighting), 4:23; Marshall Adk (roughing), 8:55; Charleston Alb (roughing), 8:55; Lehtivuori Adk (slashing), 10:38; Testwuide Adk (cross-checking, fighting), 15:24; Davison Alb (fighting), 15:24.

2nd Period- No Scoring.Penalties-Syvret Adk (fighting), 12:13; Robitaille Alb (unsportsmanlike conduct, misconduct - unsportsmanlike conduct), 12:13; Swift Alb (fighting), 12:13.

3rd Period-4, Albany, Kell 1 4:46 (SH). 5, Adirondack, Pither 3 (Hamel, Testwuide), 5:42. 6, Albany, Swift 5 (Kell, Sestito), 13:53. Penalties-Anderson Alb (closing hand on puck), 3:06; McIntyre Alb (tripping), 14:30.

Shots on Goal-Adirondack 5-12-11-28. Albany 11-10-6-27.
Power Play Opportunities-Adirondack 0 / 3; Albany 0 / 3.
Goalies-Adirondack, Leighton 0-1-0 (27 shots-23 saves). Albany, Frazee 7-7-0 (28 shots-26 saves).
A-5,134
Referees-Chris Cozzan (18).
Linesmen-Mike McDevitt (13), Leo Boylan (97).

 

 

 


 

 

 

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