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Barracuda Fall Late in Ontario, 4-3

February 10, 2019 - American Hockey League (AHL) - San Jose Barracuda News Release

Ontario, Ca - The San Jose Barracuda (26-11-24) put a franchise record 55 shots on net on Sunday afternoon against the Ontario Reign (15-23-4-2) (Los Angeles Kings) at Citizens Business Bank Arena but a late Reign goal proved to be the difference as the Barracuda fell 4-3 in regulation.

After San Jose was called for the first penalty of the game, Phillip Maillet (10) made quick work of the advantage as he ripped a short-side snipe off the post and in from atop the right dot at 10:07. The Barracuda would answer at 15:30 when Jayden Halbgewachs bounced a shot off of Jon Martin (9) and in at 15:30. Jake Middleton (3) would then give the Barracuda their first lead at 17:24 with a right-point shot, snapping an 18-game goalless drought. But less than 30 seconds later at 17:40, Maillet would again cash in on the PP as he tipped a Matt Roy shot past Antoine Bibeau.

In the second, San Jose outshot Ontario 23-to-seven despite killing off three more Reign power plays and the game remained tied at 2-2 through 40 minutes.

In the third, on their fourth man-advantage, Francis Perron (15) snapped in the go-ahead goal at 12:36, but again, the Reign found a way to tie the game up as Brett Sutter (13) bounced in a shot from along the right side at 16:48. With under a minute left, Ontario would take their first lead since the first period as Zach Mitchell drew San Jose's defense as he moved down the right wing and swung a no-look pass to an uncovered Sam Herr (6) in the slot and Herr ripped in what would turn out to be the game-winner at 19:22.

Bibeau suffered the loss (10-6-5) and had his six-game point streak snapped after allowing four goals on 37 shots, while Cal Peterson (6-12-3) earned the win by making 52 saves on 55 shots

The Barracuda return to SAP Center on Tuesday when the Tucson Roadrunners come to town. Catch all the exciting broadcast action on AM 1220 KDOW, the Sharks + SAP Center App and watch on AHL TV.


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