NEWS & STATS
Game #5 - Tucson at Grand Rapids
By: Alex Kinkopf
October 25, 2017 1:42 PM
TUCSON ROADRUNNERS 3, GRAND RAPIDS GRIFFINS 1
Final | 0:00 Remaining
Tucson (2-1-1-0) at Grand Rapids (2-3-0-1)
Wednesday, October 25, 2017, 4:00 p.m. PST
Van Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, Michigan
SOG - TUC 27; GR 30
PP – TUC 2/10; GR 0/3
1) GR - Dominik Shine (1) 3:15
2) TUC PPG - Mike Sislo (3) (Dylan Strome, Mike Sislo) 10:15
3) TUC PPG - Kyle Capobianco (1) (Conor Garland, Dylan Strome) 11:34
4) TUC - Dylan Strome (1) (Nick Merkley) 14:46
MIKE SISLO (9) - DYLAN STROME (91) - NICK MERKLEY (38)
EMERSON ETEM (26) - RYAN MACINNIS (72) - LANE PEDERSON (18)
MICHAEL BUNTING (27) - TYLER GAUDET (10) - CONOR GARLAND (8)
SCOTT ALLEN (29) - MICHAEL LATTA (46) - JENS LOOKE (24)
DAKOTA MERMIS (43) - ANDREW CAMPBELL (2)
JOEL HANLEY (44) - DYSIN MAYO (37)
KYLE CAPOBIANCO (23) - JALEN SMERECK (5)
HUNTER MISKA (35)
MAREK LANGHAMER (30)
- Defenseman Andrew Campbell will be playing in his 600th-career American Hockey League game.
- Jalen Smereck, a Detroit native, will make his season debut tonight in his home state, skating with Kyle Capobianco on the team's third defensive unit.
- Hunter Miska leads the team out onto the ice for warm-ups. He will make his third start of the season.
- Kyle Wood is a healthy scratch. He had played in all 72 games in franchise history leading up to tonight.
- The Roadrunners outshoot the Griffins 12-to-9 in the first period.
- Both clubs go 0-for-1 on the power play.
- The Roadrunners score three goals in a 4:31 minute span, including two power play markers.
- Dylan Strome nets his first-career professional goal to give the Roadrunners a 3-1 lead.
- Strome has a hand in all three of the Roadrunners' second period goals (1G, 2A).
- Hunter Miska stops all 15 shots faced in the third period to preserve a 3-1 Roadrunners win.
- Mike Sislo, on a 5-on-3 fires home a Dylan Strome pass to tie the game 1-1.
- Kyle Capobianco one-times a Conor Garland pass through traffic and into the net to give the Roadrunners a 2-1 lead.
- Dylan Strome wrists home his first-career pro goal.