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Top 10 Moments: 2016-17 Season

By: Tucson Roadrunners
We're counting down the 'Top 10 Moments' of the Roadrunners' inaugural American Hockey League Season! Click on each graphic below to see highlights, quotes, photos, and details from each of these majestic, memorable occasions that highlighted the 2016-17 season!
#10: Miraculous Marek
Goaltender Marek Langhamer sets a franchise record with 50 saves made in the Roadrunners' 5-4 victory over the Ontario Reign on March 11 at Citizens Business Bank Arena. READ MORE
#9: Mueller Gets Personal
Veteran forward Chris Mueller registers his second four-point game of the season in the Roadrunners' 5-4 OTL to the Manitoba Moose at the MTS Centre on April 7, setting a new personal single-season mark for points scored. READ MORE
#8: The Start Of Something New
The Roadrunners made their American Hockey League debut on October 14 at the Valley View Casino Center when they took on the San Diego Gulls. READ MORE
#7: Fischer For Three!
Christian Fischer scored the first hat-trick in Roadrunners history in the team's 5-4 overtime win over the San Antonio Rampage on December 16, 2016 at the AT&T Center. READ MORE
#6: Teddy Bears Down
The first-ever 'Teddy Bear Toss' was held on Friday, December 9 when the Roadrunners hosted the Ontario Reign at Tucson Arena. Over 4,000 stuffed bears were launched onto the ice after the team's opening goal in their 5-4 overtime win. READ MORE
#5: Two-Points Tucson
The Roadrunners earned their first victory in franchise history when Brendan Perlini netted an overtime goal on October 21, 2016 to secure the club's 2-1 win over the Stockton Heat. READ MORE
#4: Brendan's Back
Brendan Perlini returned to the Roadrunners' lineup for one final game on January 10, 2017, scoring his first professional hat-trick has he helped catapult the team to a 5-2 victory over the Manitoba Moose. READ MORE
#3: The Captain Returns
Captain Craig Cunningham made an unnanounced surprise visit to Tucson Arena on January 14, 2017, watching the Roadrunners skate to a 3-2 victory over the Texas Stars as he returned to be with the team for the first time since his November 19 incident. READ MORE
#2: Home, Sweet Home
The Roadrunners overcame an early three-goal deficit to earn a dramatic come-from-behind win on October 28 in their home opener, earning a 6-5 victory over the Stockton Heat at Tucson Arena. READ MORE
#1: #CunnyDid
The Roadrunners honored team captain Craig Cunningham, along with two of his doctors on Saturday, March 25 in a pregame ceremony at Tucson Arena. READ MORE