strong>WILKES-BARRE, PA (Oct. 25, 2019) – Nathan Walker scored twice as part of a three-point night and Klim Kostin scored his first goal of the season, as the San Antonio Rampage (4-1-2) scored four unanswered goals to claim a 5-3 comeback victory over the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins (3-4-1) on Friday night at Mohegan Sun Arena.
The Rampage earned their first road victory of the season in their first meeting with the Penguins since Feb. 6, 2009. Walker posted his second multi-goal game of the season, as well as the first three-point game by a Rampage player in 2019-20.
With the Penguins ahead 3-1 to start the second period, and the Rampage on the power play, Walker’s second goal of the contest brought the Rampage within a goal. Just 13 seconds into the period, Kostin led Walker with a pass from the neutral zone that sprung Walker for a breakaway on Penguins goaltender Emil Larmi. Larmi made the initial save, but Walker potted the rebound for his second goal of the night and sixth of the season.
At 4:31 of the second, Walker set up Kostin on the power play to tie the game. Walker carried the puck to the net from the right-wing corner, jamming it to the far post before Kostin punched it past Larmi for his first goal of the season to make it 3-3.
b>Mitch Reinke gave the Rampage their first lead with his second goal of the season, and second in as many games, a wrist shot f
strong>WILKES-BARRE, PA (Oct. 26, 2019) – Mike Vecchione scored two goals and Nathan Walker posted his second consecutive three-point night, but Joseph Cramarossa’s tally 1:44 into overtime was the game-winner as the Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins (4-4-1) defeated the San Antonio Rampage (4-1-3) 5-4 on Saturday night at Mohegan Sun Arena.
The Penguins power play scored three goals, the first time this season that the Rampage power play had surrendered multiple goals. Stefan Noesen scored twice on the power play and is tied for the league lead with nine goals.
At 1:44 of overtime, Jon Lizotte hoisted a puck to center from deep in the Penguins zone. Sam Miletic and Cramarossa chased down the puck for a 2-on-0 rush, with Cramarossa scoring his second goal of the season to end the game.
For the second consecutive game, the Penguins opened the scoring when Cramarossa found Ryan Hagerty for a tap-in at the right post at 3:37 of the first period, his first goal of the season.
Entering the game ranked first in the league on the man-advantage, the Rampage power play struck twice in the opening frame. Nick Lappin got the Rampage on the board at 7:07 of the first period, pouncing on the rebound of a Derrick Pouliot shot and beating Casey DeSmith for his fourth goal of the season, all scored in the last five games.
Walker gave the Rampage the 2-1 lead at 16:21, battling in front of the Penguin net for an
ROCKFORD, IL (Oct. 30, 2019) – Three players scored their first professional goals for the Rockford IceHogs (3-5-0) on Wednesday night at BMO Harris Bank Center and Kevin Lankinen made 28 saves to fuel Rockford to a 6-2 win over the San Antonio Rampage (4-2-3).
Mackenzie Entwistle, Reese Johnson, and Adam Boqvist all scored their first professional goals, with Entwistle’s serving as the game-winner.
Jordan Nolan and Derrick Pouliot scored for the Rampage, who fell to 0-6-1 in their last seven visits to Rockford.
Nolan opened the scoring at 7:56 of the first period, redirecting a Nolan Stevens shot past Lankinen for his first goal of the season. Stevens has four points in three games played this season.
The IceHogs responded with three goals in a span of 2:55. At 12:07 of the first period, Tyler Sikura fired a puck off the left post behind Ville Husso and followed up to finish his own rebound for his fourth goal of the season, and fourth in four games.
At 14:11, Nick Moutrey gave the IceHogs at 2-1 lead when he finished a Johnson centering feed for his first goal of the season. Entwistle extended the lead at 15:02, stripping Joey LaLeggia of a puck in the Rampage zone and beating Husso in tight to make it 3-1.
Another Rampage defensive zone turnover led to Johnson’s first goal at 11:36 of the second period, with Moutrey f
CEDAR PARK, TX (Nov. 1, 2019) – Austin Poganski scored his first goal of the season as part of a two-point night and Adam Wilcox earned his first Rampage win, as the San Antonio Rampage (5-2-3) skated to a 4-2 win over the Texas Stars (3-6-2) on Friday night at the H-E-B Center at Cedar Park.
The victory was San Antonio’s third straight road victory against the Stars dating back to last season, and it capped a six-game road trip.
Jake Walman and Alexey Toropchenko also scored their first goals of the season, while Mike Vecchione notched his fifth.
With the game tied 1-1 in the third period, Walman gave the Rampage their first lead. Cam Darcy dropped the puck for Walman at the top of the left circle, and Walman stepped in to wire a wrist shot past Stars goaltender Landon Bow at 7:36. Bow had stopped Walman on a shorthanded breakaway minutes earlier.
The Rampage extended their lead just 43 seconds later with Poganski’s first goal of the year. Just six seconds into a power play, a Texas clearing attempt hit a stanchion in the glass and popped into the slot area. Bow lunged to poke it away, but Poganski lifted the puck into an open net for a 3-1 Rampage lead.
The Rampage have power-play goals in eight of ten games this season.
Rhett Gardner brought the Stars back within a goal with his
SAN ANTONIO, TX (Nov. 2, 2019) – Mike Vecchione scored two goals as part of an eight-goal Chimuelo outburst at the AT&T Center on Saturday night, as Los Chimuelos de San Antonio (6-2-3) rolled to an 8-2 win over the Texas Stars (3-7-2) two sweep their home-and-home weekend series.
Seven different Chimuelos scored goals, with the Chimuelos’ eight goals one shy of the franchise record.
In the first of three Chimuelos games this season, San Antonio improved to 4-0-1 on home ice.
Texas struck first just 3:01 into the first period when John Nyberg found a rebound in the slot and beat goaltender Ville Husso for his first goal of the year. The Rampage are now 4-0-2 when surrendering the first goal.
Austin Poganski evened the score at 10:29 of the first period with his second goal of the season, and his second power play goal in as many games, finishing a one-timer off a Nolan Stevens feed in the left circle. Poganski has points in six of his last seven games.
San Antonio took its first lead at 13:04 of the first on Nathan Walker’s eighth goal of the season, with Walker crashing the net after an Andreas Borgman shot hit the post. Walker fell in the crease and nudged the puck over the goal line, a goal that was held up after an official review.
Walker is tied for third in the AHL in goal-scoring.
With 48 seconds left in the first period,&n
strong>SAN ANTONIO, TX (Nov. 8, 2019) – Daniel Carr’s shorthanded goal in the second period held up as the game-winner on Friday night at the AT&T Center, pacing the Milwaukee Admirals (7-3-3) to a 3-1 win over the San Antonio Rampage (6-3-3).
The loss was San Antonio’s first regulation loss at the AT&T Center this season, while the Admirals won for the fifth time in the last six games.
b>Jordan Kyrou scored the lone Rampage goal, his first of the season. Ville Husso made 25 saves in a losing effort.
With the score tied 1-1 in the second period and the Rampage on the power play, Cole Schneider found Carr streaking through the neutral zone for a shorthanded breakaway goal, Carr’s fifth goal of the season to give the Admirals a 2-1 lead. It was the second shorthanded goal surrendered by the Rampage this season.
Carr has five goals and eight points in his last five games.
Laurent Dauphin scored his fourth goal of the season into an empty net with 16 seconds remaining to make it 3-1.
The Rampage opened the scoring at 12:38 of the first period when Nolan Stevens flipped a puck through the neutral zone that landed behind the Milwaukee defense. Kyrou chased down the puck for a breakaway goal to make it 1-0 Rampage. Kyrou has a goal and two assists in two games since returning from injury.
Stevens has points in five o
SAN ANTONIO, TX (Nov. 10, 2019) – Daniel Carr scored the lone goal of the shootout and Troy Grosenick made 28 saves, as the Milwaukee Admirals (8-3-3) skated to a 4-3 shootout victory over the San Antonio Rampage (6-3-4) on Sunday afternoon at the AT&T Center.
Jordan Kyrou scored for the second straight game for the Rampage and Mike Vecchione netted his sixth goal in six games, but the Rampage were unable to protect three one-goal leads as they fell to 0-2 in the shootout this season.
Kyrou, Austin Poganski, and Nathan Walker all failed to score against Grosenick in the shootout. Carr beat Rampage goaltender Ville Husso with a wrist shot from between the hash marks in the third round to seal the win for Milwaukee, pushing the Admirals to 4-0-2 over their last six visits to the AT&T Center.
The Rampage opened the scoring at 8:26 of the first period when a blocked shot from Ryan Olsen came to Klim Kostin in the slot. Kostin hammered his third goal of the season past Grosenick, and his second tally in the last three games, to make it 1-0 Rampage.
The Admirals responded at 10:43 of the first when Cole Schneider redirected an Alexandre Carrier power play point shot past Husso for his fifth goal of the season. The Rampage have surrendered power-play goals in eight of their last nine contests.
After Grosenick and Husso both posted perfec
SAN ANTONIO, TX (Nov. 12, 2019) – The San Antonio Rampage (6-4-4) launched 39 shots on Tuesday morning but could only get one puck past goaltender Hunter Miska, falling 3-1 to the Colorado Eagles (7-6-0) on ‘Cool School Day’ at the AT&T Center.
Cam Darcy scored the lone goal for the Rampage, who finished their four-game homestand with a 1-2-1 record. Adam Wilcox stopped 16 of 19 shots while suffering his first regulation loss of the season.
The Eagles opened the scoring at 5:29 of the first period with Jacob MacDonald’s fourth goal of the season. Josh Dickinson carried the puck into the Rampage zone on the right wing on a 2-on-1 rush. Dickinson fired a wrist shot off the far post, but the rebound came right to MacDonald for a 1-0 Eagles lead.
Erik Condra extended the Colorado lead at 17:42 of the second period. After Wilcox stopped Dickinson on a breakaway, Dickinson regathered the puck and fed Condra at the side of the Rampage net. Wilcox attempted a poke-check, but Condra slid the puck und the right pad for his second goal of the season.
Dating back to the start of last season, Condra has seven goals and 12 points in 15 games against the Rampage.
Darcy cut the deficit to a goal in the closing seconds of the second period, wiring a slap shot from the top of the right circle through the legs of Miska for a power play goal. It was Darcy’s second goal of the season at 19:56, making it 2-1.
With an assist on the
WINNIPEG, MB (Nov. 15, 2019) – Mikhail Berdin made 45 saves and Seth Griffith netted a power play goal in overtime to guide the Manitoba Moose (8-8-0) to a 2-1 overtime victory over the San Antonio Rampage (6-4-5) on Friday night at Bell MTS Place.
Nathan Walker scored the lone Rampage goal and Ville Husso made 24 saves as the Rampage fell to 0-2-2 in their last four games. The Moose have won five consecutive games and seven of their last eight.
At 3:23 of overtime and with Joey LaLeggia in the penalty box for slashing, Andrei Chibisov found Griffith between the hashmarks for a wrist shot past Husso’s blocker for the game-winner, his eighth goal of the season.
The loss dropped the Rampage to 0-5 in games beyond regulation this season.
The Moose opened the scoring at 16:56 of the second period when Jansen Harkins fed Chibisov at the left post on a 3-on-2 for Chibisov’s third goal of the season and a 1-0 Moose lead.
San Antonio drew even just 1:29 later on the power play. Derrick Pouliot fired a pass from just above the Rampage goal line to the far blue line, hitting Walker in stride for a breakaway and a wrist shot past Berdin’s blocker for his ninth goal of the season. The goal snapped a streak of 23 consecutive successful penalty kills for the Moose.
Pouliot is tied for the lead among all AHL defensemen with 13 points, and his nine power play assists lead a
SAN ANTONIO, TX (Nov. 22, 2019) – Ville Husso stopped all 26 shots sent his way and Mike Vecchione scored his 10th goal in 12 games to guide the San Antonio Rampage (8-6-5) to a 4-0 shutout victory over the Texas Stars (3-13-2) in front of 7,020 fans on Hockey Fights Cancer Night at the AT&T Center.
The Rampage improved to 3-0-0 against the Stars this season and have won five of their last six against Texas dating back to last season. The Stars are winless in their last 12 games, going 0-11-1 over that stretch.
The Rampage opened the scoring at 3:13 of the first period. Joey LaLeggia fired a wrist shot from the left point and rookie forward Alexey Toropchenko redirected it past Texas goaltender Colton Point for his second goal of the season and a 1-0 Rampage lead.
Husso protected that lead just under eight minutes into the first period with a breakaway save on Rhett Gardner, one of nine saves made in the opening frame.
Vecchione extended the lead just 31 seconds into the second period, burying the rebound of a Jordan Kyrou shot for his 12th goal of the season. Vecchione is tied for the team lead in goal scoring with Nathan Walker, and tied for third in the AHL.
Walker earned an assist on the goal, his 22 points ranked third in the league. He has four goals and eight points over the last five games. Kyrou has two go
SAN ANTONIO, TX (Nov. 24, 2019) – Dylan Sikura’s goal with just under three seconds left in regulation tied the game and Jacob Nilsson’s tally 16 seconds into overtime was the winner, as the Rockford IceHogs (9-7-1) earned a 3-2 comeback victory over the San Antonio Rampage (8-6-6) in front of 3,328 fans on Sunday afternoon at the AT&T Center.
Ryan Olsen and Derrick Pouliot scored for the Rampage, who fell to 0-4 this season in games decided in the 3-on-3 overtime session.
With time winding down and the Rockford net empty, the puck trickled out to the left point in the Rampage zone. Defenseman Philip Holm flicked a wrist shot towards the net that was blocked in front by Niko Mikkola. The loose puck came to the side of the net for Matthew Highmore, who sent it across the crease for Dylan Sikura on the backdoor. Sikura got just enough of the puck to put it under the left pad of Rampage goaltender Adam Wilcox, his seventh goal of the season tying the score 2-2 with 2.4 seconds remaining.
Sikura had gone six games without a goal. He scored six goals in eight games against the Rampage last year during his rookie season.
On the first play of overtime, Adam Boqvist hit Nilsson with a pass through the neutral zone. Nilsson split the two Rampage skaters at center and dashed in for a breakaway, beating Wilcox with a backhander for his third goal of the season.
The Rampage took a 1-0 lead
b>SAN ANTONIO, TX (Nov. 26, 2019) – Jake Walman’s third period blast from the left circle squeezed under goaltender Kevin Lankinen and held up as the game-winner, as the San Antonio Rampage (9-6-6) captured a 3-2 win over the Rockford IceHogs (9-8-1) in front of 4,193 fans on Tuesday night at the AT&T Center.
b>Mike Vecchione and Jordan Kyrou also scored for the Rampage, who earned their ninth win in their last 11 home games against Rockford. Mitch Reinke collected two assists in his first game since Oct. 25, having missed 13 games due to injury.
At 13:23 of the third period, IceHogs forward Mackenzie Entwistle turned the puck over just inside his own blue line, the puck rolling off his stick and right to Walman. The Rampage defenseman took three strides to the top of the left circle and wound up for a slap shot that beat Lankinen under the left pad to make it 3-2 Rampage.
It was Walman’s third goal of the season and second in the last three games. The Rampage defense corps has scored a goal in four straight games.
The Rampage outshot the IceHogs 18-8 in the third period. The IceHogs pulled the goaltender with just over two minutes remaining, but Rampage goaltender Ville Husso locked down his seventh win of the season with a 28-save performance.
San Antonio opened the scoring on the power play at 3:47 of the first period when Vecchione found the rebound of a Reinke point shot and fired it past Lankinen for
SAN ANTONIO, TX (Nov. 30, 2019) – Mike Vecchione and Joey LaLeggia scored 29 seconds apart in the closing minutes of regulation to force overtime, but Colin Blackwell scored the game-winner to give the Milwaukee Admirals (16-3-3) their 12th consecutive win with a 4-3 decision over the San Antonio Rampage (9-6-7) in front of 5,723 fans on Saturday night at the AT&T Center.
The Rampage earned at least a point for the fourth consecutive game, but they fell to 0-7 this season in games decided beyond regulation. Jake Walman scored the game’s first goal on Teddy Bear Toss Night, presented by H-E-B.
Blackwell tallied his sixth goal of the season at 4:40 of overtime, beating Ville Husso on a breakaway to extend Milwaukee’s franchise-record winning streak. The Admirals also improved to 5-0-2 in their last seven visits to the AT&T Center.
With the Admirals leading 3-1 and less than three minutes remaining in regulation, the Rampage comeback began. Walman eluded Cole Schneider at the left point to hold the puck in the Milwaukee zone and slid a pass to Vecchione in the high slot. Vecchione snapped a wrist shot past Admirals goaltender Troy Grosenick at 17:47 for his 14th goal of the season, pulling the Rampage within a goal at 3-2.
Vecchione has 12 goals in his last 15 games.
At 18:16, the Rampage tied the game when Grosenick went behind h
SAN ANTONIO, TX (Dec. 1, 2019) – Nico Sturm tallied two goals, including the game-winner, to lead the Iowa Wild (12-6-4) to a 3-2 comeback win over the San Antonio Rampage (9-7-7) on Sunday afternoon at the AT&T Center.
The loss snapped a four-game points streak for the Rampage. Ryan Olsen and Nolan Stevens scored for San Antonio, and goaltender Adam Wilcox made 32 saves in a losing effort.
Rookie goaltender Dereck Baribeau made 30 saves for the Wild to pick up the victory in his AHL debut.
Olsen gave the Rampage a 1-0 lead on the first shot of the contest, beating Baribeau on a 2-on-1 rush for his second goal of the season just nine seconds into the game. The goal sets a new Rampage record for the fastest goal scored to start a game. The prior record was 19 seconds, set Oct. 17, 2009 by Troy Bodie.
The Rampage made it 2-0 at 17:56 of the first period when Andreas Borgman fed a pass from the left circle that found Stevens on the back door. Stevens buried his second goal of the season to extend the Rampage lead.
Sturm tallied his first goal of the afternoon at 5:14 of the second period, hopping around Jake Dotchin in the neutral zone and tracking down a puck in the high slot. His wrist shot squeezed under Wilcox’s arm to make it 2-1.
The Iowa power play tied the game just 23 seconds into the third period when Luke Johnson beat Wilcox from the le
b>SAN ANTONIO, TX (Dec. 4, 2019) – Jordan Kyrou recorded his first career hat trick and Evan Polei netted his first goal of the season, as the San Antonio Rampage (10-7-7) skated to a 5-1 win over the Iowa Wild (12-7-4) on Wednesday at the AT&T Center.
Kyrou is the first Rampage player to record a hat trick since Sammy Blais scored three goals against the Ontario Reign on Mar. 11, 2018.
The Rampage opened the scoring for the sixth consecutive game when Niko Mikkola wired a wrist shot from the right circle that ticked off of Kyrou and past Iowa goaltender Dereck Baribeau at 5:01 of the first period. Kyrou’s sixth goal of the season made it 1-0 Rampage.
The goal was initially credited to Mikkola, but was changed by the end of the game.
The Wild drew even at 2:35 of the second period when Gerald Mayhew redirected a Brennan Menell wrist shot past Ville Husso for his 13th goal of the year, tying the game 1-1.
Kyrou restored the Rampage lead with his first of two power play goals on the night, beating Baribeau from the right circle at 6:34 of the second period. Kyrou scored again on the power play at 18:27 of the second period, this time beating Baribeau from the left circle for his third of the game and eighth of the season to make it 3-1.
Kyrou is the first Rampage player with multiple power play goals in the same game this season. The Wild entered the game sporting the league’s second-ranked pe
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b>TORONTO, ONT (Dec. 7, 2019) – Teemu Kivihalme’s third period goal was the only tally of the period and held up as the game-winner, as the Toronto Marlies (16-4-3) held on for a 3-2 win over the San Antonio Rampage (10-8-7) on Saturday night at Coca-Cola Coliseum.
The Rampage outshot the Marlies 15-3 in the final period, but goaltender Kasimir Kaskisuo held the Rampage off the board for his ninth win of the season. The Marlies are 11-1-0 at home, the best home record in the AHL.
b>Jordan Kyrou and Tanner Kaspick both scored for the Rampage, while Ville Husso made 14 saves in a losing effort.
At 3:13 of the third period, Kivihalme gave the Marlies their first lead of the game. Jesper Lindgren fed Kivihalme for a one-timer at the right point, a shot that deflected off Rampage forward JJ Piccinich and through Husso for Kivihalme’s second goal of the season.
The Rampage earned their only power play of the contest with 4:20 left in regulation, and they pulled Husso during the man-advantage, but they could not score the equalizer.
Kyrou opened the scoring for the Rampage at 8:01 of the first period, the seventh consec
TORONTO, ONT (Dec. 8, 2019) – Joseph Woll stopped 40 of 41 shots on Sunday afternoon to guide the Toronto Marlies (17-4-3) to a 4-1 win over the San Antonio Rampage (10-9-7) at Coca-Cola Coliseum.
The Rampage outshot the Marlies 31-10 over the final two periods, but only a Ryan Olsen deflection would find its way through Woll as the Marlies improved to 12-1-0 at Coca-Cola Coliseum this season.
Adam Wilcox stopped 15 of 18 shots in the loss.
The Marlies scored on their first two shots of the game to take a 2-0 lead in the first period, the first time in eight games that the Rampage did not score first.
Kristians Rubins opened the scoring at 1:23 of the first period. Rubins’ defense partner Ben Harpur was deep in the San Antonio zone and found Rubins alone in the high slot for a wrist shot past Wilcox, his first goal of the season giving the Marlies a 1-0 lead.
Rich Clune made it 2-0 at 5:35 of the first period with his first goal of the season, finishing a 3-on-2 rush with a wrist shot from the right circle that beat Wilcox between the legs.
Jordan Nolan earned a penalty shot with a shorthanded breakaway in the first period when he was slashed by Adam Brooks. The first Rampage penalty shot attempt of the season, Nolan was stopped by Woll’s right pad on a wrist shot from the hash marks.
SAN ANTONIO, TX (Dec. 13, 2019) – Nate Schnarr netted the game-winner in the 15th round of the shootout on Friday night, ending the longest shootout in San Antonio Rampage (10-9-8) history and sealing a 2-1 victory for the Tucson Roadrunners (20-5-0) at the AT&T Center.
The Roadrunners won their fifth straight game, and their third in four meetings with the Rampage this season.
Jordan Nolan scored the lone goal for the Rampage, playing in his 600th professional game. Ville Husso stopped 33 shots in the loss. Roadrunners rookie goaltender Ivan Prosvetov stopped 26 of 27 shots, and 14 of 15 in the shootout.
Jordan Gross scored in the first round of the shootout for Tucson, and Joey LaLeggia beat Prosvetov between the legs in the second round. Husso and Prosvetov would go save-for-save the rest of the way until Schnarr’s wrist shot in Round 15 beat Husso to the blocker.
The Rampage are 0-8 this season in games decided beyond regulation, and 0-3 in the shootout.
After a scoreless first period, Kelly Klima struck first in the second period when he fired a wrist shot past Husso from the high slot. Klima’s third of the season at 10:59 made it 1-0 Roadrunners.
Nolan responded at 16:50 of the second period, powering past Gross for a bouncing puck between the circles and hacking it past Prosvetov for his third goal of the season.
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SAN ANTONIO, TX (Dec. 14, 2019) – Austin Poganski and Mike Vecchione led a third-period comeback for the San Antonio Rampage (10-10-8) on Saturday night but it wasn’t enough, as Mikhail Berdin backstopped the Manitoba Moose (14-15-0) to a 4-2 victory in front of 6,676 fans at the AT&T Center.
Berdin stopped 41 of 43 shots he faced, including 22 of 24 shots in the third period. JC Lipon tallied a goal and two assists for the Moose and was a game-high plus-3.
The Moose led 3-0 at the start of the third period when the Rampage began their push. With the teams skating 4-on-4, Poganski got the Rampage on the board at 8:03 with his third goal of the season. Derrick Pouliot carried the puck into the Manitoba zone and fired a shot from the slot that was partially blocked by Moose defenseman Nelson Nogier. Berdin made the initial save but Poganski finished the rebound to make it 3-1.
At 10:26 of the third, with the Rampage on a 5-on-3 power play, Nolan Stevens found Vecchione with a backdoor feed for Vecchione’s 15th goal of the season to make it 3-2.
Vecchione nearly tied the game shortly after, crashing the Manitoba net on a puck in the crease that was knocked out by a diving Berdin.
Emile Poirier scored his fifth of the season into an empty net to make it 4-2 and seal the win for
ROSEMONT, IL (Dec. 17, 2019) – Nicolas Roy scored his first AHL hat trick on Tuesday morning, part of a four-point day to lead the Chicago Wolves (13-15-2) to a 4-1 win over the San Antonio Rampage (10-11-8) at Allstate Arena.
Mitch Reinke scored the lone Rampage goal, and Adam Wilcox stopped 22 shots in the loss. The Rampage dropped their first regulation decision to the Wolves this season, now 2-1-1 against Chicago.
The Rampage opened the scoring at 10:27 of the second period when Reinke’s point shot found its way through traffic and past Chicago goaltender Oscar Dansk for Reinke’s third goal of the season. The power play goal made it 1-0.
The Rampage thought they had taken a 1-0 lead earlier in the period, when Jordan Nolan scored on a rebound opportunity. The goal was disallowed due to goaltender interference.
The Wolves drew even just 2:08 after Reinke’s tally. With the Rampage on another power play, Derrick Pouliot lost the puck just inside the offensive blue line. Patrick Brown led Roy with a breakaway feed, and Roy beat Wilcox for a shorthanded goal and his fourth tally of the season.
San Antonio has surrendered five shorthanded goals this season, and one in each of the past two games.
Roy gave the Wolves their first lead at 7:00 of the third period. Rya
MILWAUKEE, WI (Dec. 18, 2019) – Anthony Richard scored two goals and Troy Grosenick made 23 saves to lead the Milwaukee Admirals (21-4-5) to a 2-1 win over the San Antonio Rampage (10-12-8) on Wednesday night at Panther Arena.
Joey LaLeggia scored the only goal for San Antonio, and Ville Husso made 23 saves in a losing effort. The Admirals improved to 4-0-2 in their last six games and earned their eighth straight win at home.
Richard opened the scoring for the Admirals at 17:04 of the first period. After Nolan Stevens narrowly missed a puck in the slot in the Admirals zone, Richard raced down the ice to create a 2-on-1 rush and beat Husso with a wrist shot from the right circle for his eighth goal of the season.
At 4:02 of the second period, Richard struck again. Alexandre Carrier sent a wrist shot on goal from the right point that Richard redirected past Husso for his ninth goal of the season and a 2-0 Milwaukee lead.
LaLeggia got the Rampage on the board at 13:40 of the second period. Andreas Borgman held the zone at the blue line, corralling a bouncing puck and spinning away from Admirals forward Rem Pitlick. Borgman then fired a low wrist shot towards the net that LaLeggia deflected past Grosenick for his second goal of the season.
The Rampage had opportunities to tie the score in the closing minutes. Borgman fired a shot off the crossbar, and Zach Nastasiuk had an opportunity from the slot in the
WINNIPEG, MB (Dec. 22, 2019) – Nolan Stevens scored San Antonio’s first two shorthanded goals of the season and Nathan Walker netted the game-winner, as the San Antonio Rampage (11-13-8) earned a 4-2 win over the Manitoba Moose (15-18-0) on Sunday afternoon at Bell MTS Place.
Adam Wilcox earned the win in goal with 22 saves, and Ryan Olsen tallied a late insurance goal against his former team for his second goal in as many games.
With the score tied 2-2 late in regulation, the Rampage pulled in front when Joey LaLeggia fed a pass in front. Walker redirected the feed from in between the hash marks, sending a rolling puck between the pads of Moose goaltender Mikhail Berdin at 18:19 for his 13th goal of the season and a 3-2 Rampage lead.
Shortly after the Walker goal, Moose forward Seth Griffith was called for slashing. Jake Walman sprung Olsen for a breakaway on the ensuing power play, and Olsen beat Berdin with a backhander for his fifth of the season to give the Rampage a 4-2 lead with 17 seconds left to play.
The Rampage entered the game as one of two teams in the AHL without a shorthanded goal on the season. Stevens changed that at 2:41 of the first period, finishing a shorthanded 2-on-0 with Austin Poganski for his fourth of the season and a 1-0 Rampag
SAN ANTONIO, TX (Dec. 27, 2019) –Nathan Walker scored for the second time in as many games and Ville Husso made 37 saves, but it wasn’t enough as the Texas Stars (13-16-3) skated to a 3-2 shootout win over Los Chimuelos de San Antonio (11-13-9) on Friday night at the AT&T Center.
Anthony Louis and Joel Kiviranta scored for the Stars to erase a 2-0 Chimuelos lead, and Jason Robertson scored the only goal of the shootout as San Antonio fell to 0-4 in shootouts this season and 0-9 in games decided beyond regulation.
Walker gave los Chimuelos the lead just 1:42 into the first period. Jordan Nolan carried the puck into the right-wing corner and found Walker in the right circle for a snap shot past Texas goaltender Jake Oettinger. Walker’s 14th of the season gave San Antonio a 1-0 lead.
Klim Kostin added to the lead at 9:46 of the first period with his fourth goal of the season, beating Oettinger with a wrist shot from the left circle. With an assist on the play, Mike Vecchione notched his 100th career AHL point.
San Antonio scored on two of its first three shots.
The Stars outshot los Chimuelos 23-10 over the first two periods, and they cut the deficit at 7:38 of the second period. With San Antonio in the midst of a change, Emil Djuse hit Louis with a stre
CEDAR PARK, TX (Dec. 28, 2019) – Klim Kostin’s goal with 1.3 seconds left in overtime completed the comeback and gave San Antonio its first overtime win of the season, as the Rampage (12-13-9) closed out 2019 with a 5-4 victory over the Texas Stars (13-16-4) on Saturday night at the H-E-B Center at Cedar Park.
Kostin finished the night with a goal and two assists, and Nathan Walker forced overtime with a late tying goal that extended his goal-scoring streak to three games.
With time winding down in overtime, Rampage goaltender Adam Wilcox came well out of his net to play a puck away from Stars forward Jason Robertson. Kostin collected the puck and carried into the Stars zone, dragging the puck all the way to the goal mouth before sliding a wrist shot between the legs of Stars goaltender Landon Bow for his fifth goal of the season.
It was San Antonio’s first overtime win in ten attempts this season.
The Rampage forced overtime in the dying minutes of regulation. With less than two minutes remaining and the Stars leading 4-3, Wilcox was pulled for an extra skater. Derrick Pouliot sent a one-timer towards the Texas net and Walker tipped it past Bow for his 15th goal of the season to tie the game.
The Rampage never led in the game prior to Kostin’s overtime winner, ove
SAN ANTONIO, TX (Jan. 3, 2020) – Tyler Spezia scored two goals and former Rampage goaltender Calvin Pickard made 40 saves to lead the Grand Rapids Griffins (14-17-4) to a 5-3 win over the San Antonio Rampage (12-14-9) on Friday night in front of 6,292 fans at the AT&T Center.
Derrick Pouliot notched two assists for the Rampage, who saw their three-game points streak come to an end. Nathan Walker and Klim Kostin extended their respective goal-scoring streaks, and goaltender Ville Husso made 34 saves in a losing effort.
Trailing 2-0 entering the third period, the Rampage pulled within a goal when Walker buried a back-door feed from Mitch Reinke on a 5-on-3 power play, beating Pickard just 45 seconds into the period to make it 2-1. Walker’s 16th goal of the season extended his goal-scoring streak to four-games, a career-best and the longest by any Rampage player this season.
The Rampage have capitalized on four of eight 5-on-3 power plays this season.
The Griffins restored their two-goal lead just 2:19 after the Walker goal. Griffins forward Chris Terry broke in on goal and was stopped by Husso on a deke to the backhand. Terry regathered the loose puck behind the net and fed it back in front for Spezia, who buried his second of the game and third of the season to make it 3-1.
SAN ANTONIO, TX (Jan. 5, 2020) – Nolan Stevens scored two goals, including the game-winner in the closing minutes, to guide the San Antonio Rampage (13-14-9) to a 5-4 win in a back-and-forth contest against the Grand Rapids Griffins (14-19-4) on Sunday afternoon at the AT&T Center.
Klim Kostin extended his goal-scoring streak to four games, and goaltender Ville Husso earned his ninth win of the season with 24 saves.
Matt Puempel recorded a hat trick for the Griffins in a losing effort.
With the game tied 4-4 late in the third period, Stevens won an offensive zone face-off and forced the puck into the right-wing corner. Kostin dug the puck free and it came back to Stevens, who snapped a shot from just below the face-off dot under the arm of Griffins goaltender Calvin Pickard. Stevens’ second of the afternoon at 16:05 of the third period gave San Antonio a 5-4 lead.
The Rampage held on to snap an 0-4-2 stretch against the Griffins that stretched back to last season.
Dakota Joshua opened the scoring for the Rampage at 6:12 of the first period, taking a stretch pass from Niko Mikkola and beating Pickard on a breakaway for his first AHL goal and a 1-0 Rampage lead. Puempel tied the score for the Griffins at 12:13 when Dominic Turgeon intercepted an errant Rampage breakout pas
SAN ANTONIO, TX (Jan. 10, 2020) – Keegan Kolesar scored two of Chicago’s three power play goals on Friday night, as the Chicago Wolves (18-17-4) picked up a 5-2 win over the San Antonio Rampage (13-15-9) at the AT&T Center.
Austin Poganski scored both goals for the Rampage. Ville Husso took the loss in net, stopping 17 of 22 shots in 36:17 of work.
The Wolves scored three power play goals, matching the most given up by the Rampage in a game this season. Chicago also added a shorthanded goal to cap the scoring late in the second period.
The Rampage took a penalty just 38 seconds into the first period when Josh Wesley was sent off for interference. The Wolves capitalized at 2:04 when Kolesar cut through the defense and snapped a shot past Husso for his first goal of the season.
Poganski tied the score at 5:12 of the first period, burying a pass in front from Nathan Walker for a power play goal, his fourth goal of the year.
At 10:47 of the first Kolesar struck again, breaking in alone on Husso. The Rampage goaltender made the initial save, but Kolesar banked a rebound in off of Husso from behind the goal line for another power play goal and a 2-1 Wolves lead.
San Antonio took another penalty in the opening minute of the second when Cam Darcy was whistled for slashing. Valentin Zykov took advantage with a shot past Husso from the right face-off dot that made it 3-1, his fifth of the year at 1:06.
Brandon Pirri made it 4-1 Chicago
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b>SAN ANTONIO, TX (Jan. 11, 2020) – Valentin Zykov got the benefit of a bounce in the third period on Saturday night to score the eventual game-winner, as the Chicago Wolves (19-17-4) earned their fifth consecutive road win with a 4-2 victory over the San Antonio Rampage (13-16-9) at the AT&T Center.
b>Derrick Pouliot and Jordan Nolan scored for the Rampage, and Adam Wilcox made 20 saves in a losing effort.
With the score tied 2-2 in the third period, Zykov carried the puck into the Rampage zone on the right wing for a 2-on-1 with Brandon Pirri. When Zykov tried to send a pass across to Pirri, Rampage defenseman Jake Walman reached out to knock the puck out of the air and inadvertently redirected it past Wilcox and into the net. Zykov’s sixth goal of the season at 8:16 of the third period gave the Wolves their first lead, 3-2.
Jaycob Megna would secure the win for the Wolves with a shorthanded empty-net goal at 19:00 of the third, his third goal of the season.
San Antonio opened the scoring at 4:15 of the first period when Pouliot waltzed from the blue line down to the left circle before firing a wrist shot past Wolves goalie Garret Sparks for his sixth goal of the season. The Wolves drew even at 10:00 of the first when Curtis McKenzie scored his 13th<
SAN ANTONIO, TX (Jan. 12, 2020) – Scott Pooley scored two goals and Pontus Aberg posted two points, as the Toronto Marlies (21-14-3) skated to a 6-1 victory over the San Antonio Rampage (13-17-9) on Sunday afternoon at the AT&T Center.
Mike Vecchione scored the lone Rampage goal, his team-leading 17th of the season. Ville Husso took the loss, stopping 18 of 23 shots in two periods of work.
Tanner MacMaster gave the Marlies an early lead with a power play goal at 8:02 of the first period, tapping home the rebound of a Darren Archibald deflection for his eighth goal of the season. At 13:05 of the first period, the Marlies made it 2-0 when Pooley scored his first of the game on a right-wing wrist shot off a 2-on-1 rush.
The Toronto power play struck again at 17:02 of the first period, with Nick Petan taking a feed at the side of the net from Kenny Agostino and tucking it behind Husso for his seventh of the year.
Aberg scored at 1:02 of the second, banking a puck off Husso and in from behind the net for his 14th of the season.
Garret Wilson redirected a Timothy Liljegren shot past Husso at 16:31 of the second period to make it 5-0 with his seventh goal of the season. Wilson was playing his first game as a visitor at the AT&T Center after playing four seasons for the Rampage from 2011-15. Wilson ranks eighth on San Antonio’s all-tim
SAN ANTONIO, TX (Jan. 16, 2020) – Mike Vecchione scored his team-leading 18th goal of the season and Adam Wilcox made 24 saves, as the San Antonio Rampage (14-17-9) held on for a 4-3 victory over the Toronto Marlies (21-15-3) on Thursday night at the AT&T Center.
Jake Walman, Cam Darcy, and Klim Kostin also scored for San Antonio, who improved to 9-8-6 at home this season.
The Rampage struck early in the first period, shortly after Mason Marchment was whistled for hooking just 37 seconds into the game. Just five seconds into the power play, Walman sent a wrist shot sailing up over the glove of Marlies goaltender Joseph Woll for his fifth goal of the season and a 1-0 Rampage lead.
At 5:12 of the first, Vecchione added to the lead. Carrying the puck into the Marlies zone on the left wing, Vecchione pulled the puck to the middle of the ice and danced around Marlies defensemen Teemu Kivihalme and Jesper Lindgren before firing his 18th goal of the season between Woll’s pads.
Vecchione has goals in back-to-back games, and his 18 goals are a new career-high. Last season, Ryan Olsen and Jordan Nolan tied for the team lead with 17 goals for the season.
Darcy added to the Rampage lead at 6:52 of the second period, racing in on goal from the left wing and lifting a shot past Woll’s blocker for his third
b>SAN ANTONIO, TX (Jan. 18, 2020) – Jordy Bellerive scored two goals in regulation and the shootout winner to power the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins (19-16-7) to a 4-3 shootout win over the San Antonio Rampage (14-17-10) on Saturday night at the AT&T Center.
b>Jake Walman scored twice for the Rampage, and Ville Husso made 32 saves in a losing effort.
Bellerive scored the only goal of the shootout, beating Husso with a forehand deke to the blocker side in the first round. Austin Poganski, Mike Vecchione, and Joey LaLeggia were all denied by Penguins goaltender Casey DeSmith.
San Antonio is 0-5 this season in games decided in the shootout.
The Penguins opened the scoring at 12:22 of the first period when former Rampage defenseman David Warsofsky fired a shot from the right point that hit Husso’s pad before caroming off Joseph Blandisi and over the goal line. The goal was Blandisi’s fourth of the season to give Wilkes-Barre/Scranton a 1-0 lead.
San Antonio drew even at 9:09 of the second period when Nolan Stevens carried the puck shorthanded into the Penguin zone against three defenders. Stevens pulled up in the right circle and found Poganski just off the bench driving to the net. Poganski lifted a shot past DeSmith for his sixth of the season to tie the game 1-1.
The goal was San Antonio’s third
b>SAN ANTONIO, TX (Jan. 21, 2020) – Nathan Walker’s late goal forced overtime but it wasn’t enough, as Jordy Bellerive’s overtime winner on Tuesday night gave the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins (20-16-7) a 3-2 victory over the San Antonio Rampage (14-17-11) at the AT&T Center.
The Rampage finished their season-long eight-game homestand with a 2-4-2 record.
In the final minute of overtime, Thomas Di Pauli drifted into the Rampage zone and carried the puck from left wing to right. Di Pauli fired a shot from the right circle that was blocked by Jake Walman, but the carom off the end boards came back to the front for Bellerive to chip past goaltender Ville Husso for his sixth goal of the season at 4:27 of overtime.
Bellerive scored three goals in the two-game set against the Rampage, as well as the shootout-winner on Saturday. The Rampage fell to 1-6 in games decided in overtime and 1-11 in games decided beyond regulation.
The Rampage forced overtime to earn a point in the standings with Walker’s 17th goal of the season. With Husso heading to the bench for an extra skater, Austin Poganski fed defenseman Derrick Pouliot just inside the Penguin blue line for a one-timer that Walker deflected past Penguins goaltender Casey DeSmith at 18:57.
Pouliot has eight assists and nine points in his last ten games.
LOVELAND, CO (Jan. 24, 2020) – TJ Tynan notched a goal and an assist as part of a four-goal third period and Adam Werner made 32 saves, as the Colorado Eagles (22-13-4) skated to a 5-1 victory over the San Antonio Rampage (14-18-11) on Friday night at Budweiser Events Center.
Zach Nastasiuk netted the lone Rampage goal, as San Antonio’s three-game unbeaten streak (1-0-2) came to an end. Adam Wilcox made 19 saves in a losing effort.
The Eagles held a 1-0 lead entering the third period when Mark Alt added to the advantage. At 3:53 of the third, Jake Walman poked a puck off Colin Campbell’s stick just inside the Rampage line, but Alt followed up to collect it. The veteran defenseman drifted to the slot for a backhander stopped by Wilcox, but the rebound came right back to Alt for a second try and his third goal of the season.
Just 31 seconds later, the Eagles added to their lead when Tynan waited with the puck behind the net and then floated a pass to the top of the left circle. Jacob MacDonald stepped into a one-timer that beat Wilcox over the glove for MacDonald’s eighth goal of the season and a 3-0 Eagles lead.
Nastasiuk broke up the Werner shutout bid at 7:58 of the third period, finding the rebound of a Joey LaLeggia shot and tucking it behind Werner for his fourth of the year. At 10:59 the Eagles restored their three-goal lead with a Campbell deflection, the seventh goal of the year for Campbell maki
LOVELAND, CO (Jan. 25, 2020) – Jordan Nolan posted a three-point night and Joey LaLeggia netted the game-winning goal in the third period to guide the San Antonio Rampage (15-18-11) to a 4-2 win over the Colorado Eagles (22-14-4) on Saturday night at Budweiser Events Center.
It was San Antonio’s first ever win against the Eagles, pulling the Rampage back to within five points of the final playoff spot in the Central Division.
With the score tied 2-2 in the third period, LaLeggia worked a puck out of the corner in his own zone, falling to the ice and breaking the puck out to Nolan from his knees. LaLeggia got to his feet and raced down the ice to join the rush, taking a feed from Nolan on the right wing and driving to the net to tuck the puck around Eagles goaltender Adam Werner.
LaLeggia’s fourth goal of the season at 8:24 made it 3-2 Rampage.
Nolan tacked on to the lead with 1:01 left in regulation time, wiring a wrist shot past Werner from the top of the right circle to make it 4-2. Nolan’s goal gave him his first three-point game since Jan. 12 of last season.
Colorado opened the scoring in the final seconds of the first period during a 5-on-3 power play. With six seconds remaining in the period, TJ Tynan fed a pass from behind the net to Jacob MacDonald at the top of the left circle for a one-timer that beat goaltender Ville Husso for
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