TUCSON ROADRUNNERS 2, SAN ANTONIO RAMPAGE 4
Final | 0:00 Remaining
Tucson (11-5-3-0) at San Antonio (11-13-2-0)
Saturday, December 17, 2016, 6:00 p.m. MST
AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas
Referees: #21 Chris Pontes
Linesmen: #30 Fred Hudy, #12 Carl Sasyn
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TUCSON: G Marek Langhamer, D Zbynek Michalek, D Jarred Tinordi, LW Garret Ross, C Mark Olver, RW Tyler Gaudet
SAN ANTONIO: G Jeremy Smith, D Sam Jardine, D Anton Lindholm, LW Julien Nantel, C Rocco Grimaldi, RW J.T. Compher
SOG - TUC 23; SA 34
PP – TUC 0/3; SA 1/4
1) TUC - Garret Ross (1) (Dakota Mermis, Christian Fischer) 0:48
2) SA - A.J. Greer (8) (J.T. Compher, Rocco Grimaldi) 11:52
3) SA PPG - J.T. Compher (6) (Cody Corbett, A.J. Greer) 14:32
4) SA - Jim O'Brien (2) (Cody Corbett, Joe Whitney) 9:33
5) SA SHG - Julien Nantel (3) (Reid Petryk, Matt Lashoff) 11:32
6) TUC - Christian Fischer (8) (Kyle Wood, Brandon Burlon) 19:11
- Marek Langhamer leads Tucson out of the tunnel for warm-ups. Langhamer will be making his fifth start of the season tonight. He enters the evening with a 2-1-1 mark, a .929 SV% and a 2.69 GAA.
- The Roadrunners are in their white uniforms again tonight.
- Jamie McBain, after missing last night's game due to flu-like symptoms, is back in the lineup tonight, paired with Dakota Mermis on the team's second defensive unit.
- Stefan Fournier and Mark Cooper are your scratches up front. Dysin Mayo is tonight's defensive scratch.
- Jeremy Smith looks to be in net for San Antonio; he played the final two periods of Friday night's game.
- Garret Ross, Mark Olver, and Tyler Gaudet get the start up front for the Roadrunners.
- On the opening shift, Garret Ross slaps home a rebound off of a Dakota Mermis shot for his first goal of the season. Ross' goal, 48 seconds in, is the fastest to start a game for Tucson this season.
- San Antonio probably playing their most dominant period of this two-game series thus far.
- A.J. Greer finishes a two-on-one sequence to get the Rampage on the board.
- Rampage zone time in Roadrunners' zone has been very, very consistent in the middle frame.
- San Antonio capitalizes on their fourth power play of the evening, T.J. Compher giving the Rampage their first lead of the night.
- The Roadrunners get outshot 18-6 by the Rampage in the second period.
- Tucson having trouble getting shots through. Only 2 shots on goal through the first eight minutes of the third.
- San Antonio shuts the door on the night with two more goals, including a shorthanded marker with just over eight minutes left to play.
- Marek Langhamer pulled from the game following the Rampage's fourth goal of the evening; he stopped 30 of 34 shots faced. Justin Peters enters the game.
- During the final minute of the game, Christian Fischer pots a juicy rebound off of a Kyle Wood point shot to give the Roadrunners their second goal of the evening. For Fischer, it was his fifth goal in three games.
GARRET ROSS - TYLER GAUDET - MARK OLVER
LAURENT DAUPHIN - CHRIS MUELLER - CHRISTIAN FISCHER
MICHAEL BUNTING - RYAN MACINNIS - CONOR GARLAND
LINDSAY SPARKS - TREVOR CHEEK - HUNTER FEJES
(STEFAN FOURNIER - MARK COOPER)
JARRED TINORDI - ZBYNEK MICHALEK
DAKOTA MERMIS - JAMIE MCBAIN
BRANDON BURLON - KYLE WOOD
- Garret Ross buries a rebound from a Dakota Mermis point shot for his first goal of the season, giving the Roadrunners a 1-0 lead 48 seconds in.
- Christian Fischer buries a juicy rebound off of a Kyle Wood point shot to give the Roadrunners their second goal of the evening with 48 seconds left in regulation.