Denver Outlaws Lose 12-9 to Chesapeake BayHawks Despite Record-Breaking Performance from Max Adler
DENVER - The Denver Outlaws (6-4) dropped their third consecutive game in a 12-9 loss to the Chesapeake Bayhawks (7-3) on Saturday in Annapolis, Md. In the loss, faceoff specialist Max Adler broke Denver's single-game faceoff record (Tom Kelly, 89.3%; 7/23/17) by winning 23-of-24 faceoffs (95.8%).
Rookie attackmen Chris Aslanian (1 goal, 2 assists) and Kyle Marr (1 goal, 2 assists) led the Outlaws in scoring with three points apiece. Adler paced the Outlaws with nine ground balls and goalie Dillon Ward made 13 saves on 25 shots on goal.
Denver opened up a quick 2-0 lead, but conceded a subsequent 9-0 Chesapeake scoring run that tracked until the halftime break. The Outlaws made it a 10-6 game heading into the fourth quarter, but ultimately saw their comeback fall short.
Denver will be back on the road next Saturday when it takes on the Dallas Rattlers in Frisco, Texas (6 p.m. MDT faceoff).
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