IceMen Top Rays in Front of Record-Breaking Crowd
The Jacksonville Icemen put on a lesson in hockey for over 8,000 local students when they beat the South Carolina Stingrays 4-1 at Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena. After a defensive battle the first two periods, Jacksonville's offense began to click in the third when they broke the 1-1 tie and put the game away with 3 unanswered goals.
FINAL: JAX 4 - SC 1
SCORING 1 2 3 T
South Carolina 0 1 0 1
Jacksonville 1 0 3 4
SHOTS 1 2 3 T
South Carolina 9 7 8 24
Jacksonville 8 8 14 30
South Carolina 1 / 5 13 min / 5 inf
Jacksonville 0 / 4 15 min / 6 inf
Pd Time Goal, Assist, Type
1st JAX 7:10 C. Critchlow
2nd SC 14:21 T. Kozun (S. Fioretti, J. Leach) PP
3rd JAX 8:27 J. Woods (C. Fowlie, D. DeSalvo)
3rd JAX 16:22 W. Rabbit (D. Mingo, C. Fowlie)
3rd JAX 19:04 C. Fowlie (K. Newbury, D. Mingo) EN, SH
--Today's attendance of 10,093 is largest for pro hockey in Jacksonville. Previous record appears to be 9,189 when the AHL Jacksonville Barons debuted in 1973.
--Wacey Rabbit's point streak continues. He's collected a point in each game played this season
--Kris Newbury is on a five-game point streak
--Dan DeSalvo has a point in both games played since joining the Icemen
--Dajon Mingo recorded his third multi-point game of the season, with 2 assists today
Next Week's Game(s)
Friday, November 9 at Florida - 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, November 10 at Florida - 7:00 p.m.
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