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Checkers Drop 2-1 Contest to Streaking Bears

February 10, 2019 - American Hockey League (AHL) - Charlotte Checkers News Release

HERSHEY, PA - Despite an abundance of chances throughout the night by the Checkers it was the Bears who found the net twice, handing Charlotte another loss.

While the game stood at 1-1 late in the second, the Bears took advantage of a five-on-three power play, breaking the tie that ultimately lifted the Bears over Charlotte.

A turnover in the slot gave the home team their first tally late in the first period. Although the Bears rookie netminder Ilya Samsonov was relentless, Nicolas Roy was able to tap one in during the middle frame, tying the game at one.

While the Checkers saw many opportunities to score, including a shot clinking off the crossbar by Patrick Brown on one of five unsuccessul power plays on the night, the Bears were able to keep Charlotte at bay and seal the 2-1 victory.

Notes

The Checkers are now winless in eight of their last 10 games, logging a 2-4-3-1 record over that stretch ... This is the first time that the Checkers have gone winless in consecutive road games since Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 in Providence ... Hershey joins Toronto as the only teams to have winning records against the Checkers this season ... The Checkers now have a points percentage below .700 for the first time this season ... The Checkers have scored one third-period goal in their last five games ... Alex Nedeljkovic suffered his first regulation loss tonight since Dec. 2 ... Spencer Smallman missed the game due to injury ... Zack Stortini, Roland McKeown and Steven Lorentz were healthy extras

Up Next

The Checkers continue their road trip with a three-in-three weekend that starts Friday in Springfield.


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