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
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