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Mavericks Weekly #21: March 6 - March 12, 2017

March 7, 2017 - ECHL (ECHL) - Kansas City Mavericks News Release

INDEPENDENCE, Mo.- The Missouri Mavericks are 1-2-0 on their current six-game home stand after last weekend's three-in-three. This week the Mavericks have a lighter slate with Allen set to visit on Friday and Tulsa in town on Sunday.

Last Week's Record: 1-2-0

Overall Record / Standing: 27-23-7, 61 points / t-5th, Mountain Division

Leaders

Goals: Dane Fox - 25

Assists: Dane Fox - 34

Points: Dane Fox - 59

+/-: *Carter Verhaeghe - +11 / Kevin Tansey - +9

PPG: Rocco Carzo - 7 / Dane Fox - 7

SHG: Kevin Tansey / Dan Correale / Darren Nowick / Shawn Pauly / Kyle Schempp - 1

PIMs: Dane Fox - 105

Wins: *Eamon McAdam - 11 / Josh Robinson - 10

GAA: Stephon Williams - 2.70

SVP: *Eamon McAdam - .916 / Stephon Williams - .911

* - Not on active roster

This Week's Schedule

Mon., March 6 - Off

Tues., March 7 - Practice, 10:00 a.m. at Silverstein Eye Centers Arena

Wed., March 8 - Practice, 10:00 a.m. at Silverstein Eye Centers Arena

Thurs., March 9 - Practice, 10:00 a.m. at Silverstein Eye Centers Arena

Fri., March 10 - Morning Skate, 10:00 a.m. at Silverstein Eye Centers Arena

Mavericks vs. Americans, 7:35 p.m.

Sat., March 11 - Mac Awards Ceremony, 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., Stoney Creek Hotel & Conference Center

Sun., March 12 - Mavericks vs. Oilers, 4:05 p.m.

* = All times Central. Weekly schedule subject to change. Media planning to cover practice is encouraged to contact Mavericks communications department at 816-777-0047 ahead of time to confirm times and locations.

Broadcast Information

All Mavericks games are streamed live on MissouriMavericks.com and on the Mavericks' mobile app. ECHL.TV carries pay-per-view broadcasts of all Mavericks games and they are available for purchase through the mobile app, tablets, laptops or desktop computers.

Mavericks away game watch parties are hosted by Twin Peaks in Independence and The Blue Line in the River Market.

This Friday's home game will feature a "Friday Night Ice" television broadcast on KSMO-TV. The show will begin at 7:00 p.m. followed by the Mavericks vs. Americans at 7:35 p.m.

Previewing This Week

Fri., March 10 vs. Allen - 7:35 p.m. | Home vs. ALN (1-3-0), Away vs. ALN (1-3-1)

The Mavericks entertain Allen for the third time in their last four home games this Friday. The Americans grabbed a pair of wins last Friday and Saturday by scores of 3-1 and 4-2, respectively. The Mavericks won their first home game this season against Allen back on November 15 by a 5-3 score but, including a 1-0 loss on Nov. 30, haven't scored more than two goals at home against Allen in the last three meetings. Including Friday's game, the Mavericks will face the Americans four more times over the month of March. Wichita (five times) is the only opponent the Mavericks will face more than Allen between now and the end of the season.

Sun., March 12 vs. Tulsa - 4:05 p.m., | Home vs. TUL (2-1-1), Away vs. TUL (4-2-0)

Last Sunday's 6-3 home win over Tulsa gave the Mavericks their fourth consecutive victory over the Oilers. It was, however, Missouri's first home win over Tulsa since the 10-3 triumph back on November 5. The Mavericks have out-scored the Oilers by a combined 17-7 margin over the course of the win streak and have scored three goals or more in each of the four games. Tulsa, which has played the most games in the ECHL entering the week with 61, will be off the entire week until Sunday's visit to Silverstein Eye Centers Arena. It will also be the fourth consecutive Sunday the Mavericks and Oilers have faced off.

Recapping Last Week

Fri., March 3 vs. Allen: L 1-3

After a scoreless first period, the Mavericks gave up the first two goals to the Americans and were unable to rally from the deficit. Kevin Tansey's second-period power play goal pulled the Mavericks within one, but they couldn't get any closer.

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Sat., March 4 vs. Allen: L 2-4

Saturday night was Missouri's turn to jump out to a 2-0 lead thanks to first-period goals by Darren Nowick and Kevin Tansey. Allen rallied for four straight goals over the final two periods, though, and took home its second straight win.

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Sun., March 5 vs. Tulsa: W 6-3

The Mavericks snapped their mini-two game skid with a six-goal outburst against Tulsa. Six different Mavericks players scored in the win, while Dan Correale (1g, 2a) paced the offence with a three-point night.

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Mavs Moments

- Dan Correale is off to a hot start in March. His three-point effort (1g, 2a) on March 5 set a single-game career high for the rookie forward. He has a three-game point streak (1g, 4a) to start the month and his 32 points (10g, 22a) are tied for 14th most among ECHL rookies.

- The Mavericks racked up 92 combined penalty minutes in their three games last week. Jacob Doty led the way individually with 33. Despite the uptick over the weekend, the Mavericks' 785 penalty minutes on the season are second fewest in the Mountain Division and fifth-fewest in the Western Conference.

- Kevin Tansey is riding a career-best four-game goal streak (4g), and over the Mavericks' last six games he has accounted for six of their 21 goals (29%). His 12 goals are tied for fourth most among ECHL defensemen, and are the most by a Mavericks defenseman in their ECHL era. The club record for goals in a season is 14 set by David Pszenyczny in 2011-12.

- The Mavericks enter play this week three points behind the Alaska Aces for the Mountain Division's final playoff spot. Alaska has played one fewer game than the Mavericks, but will make that up this week with four games on its schedule compared to Missouri's two. The Aces are on the road for a pair of games each in Colorado and Rapid City.

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