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Barracuda Set Franchise Record with Five Power-Play Goals in 7-5 Win over Henderson

May 1, 2021 - American Hockey League (AHL) - San Jose Barracuda News Release

San Jose, CA - The San Jose Barracuda (15-11-4-2) went 5-for-5 on the power-play on Friday en-route to a 7-5 win over the Henderson Silver Knights (Vegas Golden Knights) (21-12-0-0) at the SAP Center. In the victory, Joel Kellman scored the team's first hat-trick of the year and eighth ever and also set a new single-game franchise record with five total points (2+3=5).

- Alexei Melnichuk (6-5-3) made 26 saves to earn his third win in a row and is now above .500 for the first time this year

- Oscar Dansk (4-2-0) allowed six goals 37 shots

- Joel Kellman (5, 6, 7) recorded a franchise-record five points and recorded the club's first hat-trick since Dec. 12, 2019 (Trevor Carrick)

- Sasha Chmelevksi picked up the first four-point game of his career (2+2=4) and now has seven points (3+4=7) over his last two games

- Robbie Russo set a Barracuda single-game record with four assists, his first four-assist game of his career, and the first four-point games since Mar. 11, 2016 as a member of the Grand Rapids Griffins

- The Barracuda's five power-play goals were the most in a game in franchise history and the most in the AHL this season

- In the win, 19-year-old Brandon Coe (1) scored his first professional goal at the 55-second mark of the third on the power-play

- Jayden Halbgewachs extended his point streak (2+3=5) to four games as he picked up an assist

- Former Sharks prospect Danny O'Regan scored twice, both on the PP, and now leads Henderson in goals (12) and is tied for first in points (27)

- After the win, the Barracuda have now won three in a row for just the second time this season and are four games above .500 for the first time this year

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