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Arizona Fall to Americans 3-5 Loss

November 30, 2013 - Central Hockey League (CHL) - Arizona Sundogs News Release

Prescott Valley, AZ - The Arizona Sundogs hung on until the end falling to the Allen Americans in a 3-5 loss Friday night at Tim's Toyota Center. The Sundogs gave up two goals in the last six minutes in the third period allowing the Americans to take the lead.

Ian Schultz scored on the power play 8:50 into the opening frame when Kale Kerbashian was issued two minutes for tripping. Kevin Baker and Ryan Gaucher each collected the assists. Greger Hanson put Allen on the board with under three minutes remaining in the period and with 57 seconds left in the period Arizona answered back when Bryan Cameron scored for Arizona.

Arizona would give Allen the man-advantage 8:58 in the second when Dion Campbell served a minor for too many men and 17 seconds later Paul Mcilveen was called for boarding. The Americans took advantage of their 5-on3 power play scoring their second goal and tying the game. Heading into the third period four goals were scored between both teams and Arizona's second power play goal of the night. It was a back and forth as each team fought for the lead and the game winner until Phil Fox scored with under a minute left in regulation on an empty net. 12:03 into the period and Hanson scored his second of the night and 1:06 later Arizona's Mcilveen with assists from Gaucher and Baker scored on the power play. Allen notched their fourth goal of the evening when Alex Lavoie lit the lamp.

Sundogs netminder Andrew Engelage took the lost for the Sundogs ending his five game win streak. Arizona outshot Allen 38-34. Arizona was 2-4 on the power play and Allen was 1-4 on the power play.

The Sundogs and Americans wrap up their three-game series tomorrow night at Tim's Toyota Center.

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