North Division Weekly - Oct. 15
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Adirondack Thunder

  • John Edwardh scored his first two professional goals on Saturday at Maine.
  • The Thunder went 2-for-5 on the power play in their season-opening win.
  • Adirondack visits Newfoundland on Tuesday and Wednesday, hosts Brampton on Saturday and travels to Brampton on Sunday.

 

Brampton Beast

  • Jake Paterson leads the league with 79 saves.
  • Brampton has scored four of its nine goals in the second period.
  • The Beast visit Adirondack on Saturday and host the Thunder on Sunday.

 

Maine Mariners

  • Jason Salvaggio’s first pro goal on Saturday was also the first goal in Maine’s team history.
  • The Mariners welcomed 5,291 fans for the inaugural game in team history.
  • Maine hosts Reading on Friday, visits Worcester on Saturday and hosts Newfoundland on Sunday.

 

Manchester Monarchs

  • Sam Kurker is tied for the league lead with five points (2g-3a).
  • Manchester outscored Brampton 5-1 in the first period of the two games last weekend.
  • The Monarchs host Newfoundland on Friday and Reading on Saturday.

 

Newfoundland Growlers

  • Sam Babintsev leads the league with a 100.0 percent shooting percentage (2-for-2).
  • The Growlers had a sellout crowd of 6,287 fans for their first game in team history on Friday against Florida.
  • Newfoundland hosts Adirondack on Tuesday and Wednesday before visiting Manchester on Friday and Maine on Sunday.

 

Reading Royals

  • Shane Walsh had his second career two-goal game on Sunday against Worcester.
  • Reading has six players with multiple points through two games.
  • The Royals are at Maine on Friday and Manchester on Saturday.

 

Worcester Railers

  • Barry Almeida leads Worcester with three points (2g-1a).
  • Worcester has outshot its opponent 27-16 in the third period.
  • The Railers host Maine on Saturday.