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Mavs Monday Report: November 12

November 12, 2018 - ECHL (ECHL) - Kansas City Mavericks News Release

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - The Kansas City Mavericks extended their win streak to six games after a perfect 3-0 stretch against Allen last week.

Here's a look back at last week and a peet at the week to come in Mavericks hockey.

Last Week's Results

Tuesday, Nov. 6 - vs. Allen, 4-1 - Postgame Snapshots

Friday, Nov. 9 - at Allen, 5-3 - Postgame Snapshots

Saturday, Nov. 10 - at Allen, 5-3 - Postgame Snapshots

This Week's Schedule

Tuesday, Nov. 13 - vs. Wichita - 10:35 a.m. - Limited Supply of Single-Game Tickets

Friday, Nov. 16 - at Wichita - 7:05 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 16 - at Wichita - 7:05 p.m.

Mountain Division Standings

1. Kansas City - 17 points - 8-1-1-0

2. Utah - 17 points - 7-1-3-0

3. Tulsa - 16 points - 6-1-2-2

4. Rapid City - 14 points - 6-5-1-1

5. Idaho - 12 points - 5-7-1-1

6. Wichita - 11 points - 4-3-3-0

7. Allen - 8 points - 3-9-0-2

Team Leaders

Goals: Mark Cooper (7), Jared VanWormer/Rocco Carzo/David Dziurzynski (5)

Assists: Willie Raskob (10), Mark Cooper/Jared VanWormer (9)

Points: Mark Cooper (16), Jared VanWormer (14), Rocco Carzo (11)

Penalty Minutes: Zach Fischer (24), Neal Goff (14), Greg Betzold (13)

Plus/Minus: Jared VanWormer (+13), Mark Cooper (+12), Jordan Ernst (+5)

Goals Against Average: Mason McDonald (2.15), Nick Schneider (2.72), Ben Halford (3.00)

Save Percentage: Mason McDonald (.918), Ben Halford (.912), Nick Schneider (.907)

Wins: Mason McDonald (5), Nick Schneider (2), Ben Halford (1)

Mavs Minutes

That Was Fast: Mark Cooper set an ECHL record during Saturday's game at Allen with his empty-netter to seal the victory and week-long sweep of the Americans. Cooper's goal, his second of the game, came just two seconds after Allen struck to make the score 4-3 - the shortest amount of time between two goals in the ECHL's 30-year history.

We're Going Streaking: The Mavericks have won six consecutive games, dating back to an Oct. 26 setback against Tulsa. Within that span, Kansas City has outscored opponents 28-14 en route to taking over first place in the Mountain Division.

Super Cooper: Mark Cooper's stellar season continues as he enters Tuesday's game against Tulsa on a six-game scoring streak, having totaled 11 points (4g,7a) in that span. Over the weekend, Cooper added four points on two goals and two assists. He had a hand in each goal against Wichita in the teams' only meeting earlier in the year, including the game-winning goal in overtime and an assist on David Dziurzynski's regulation strike.

A Historic Start: At 8-1-1-0 through 10 games, the Mavericks are off to their best-ever start in the ECHL era and second-best in franchise history. The lone season that started with more heat than this one was the 2013-14 Governor's Cup-winning squad of the Central Hockey League, a season that started 9-1 and that finished with 90 points in a 66-game schedule.

Perfect at Home: The Mavericks come into Tuesday's game against Wichita with a perfect 5-0 record on home ice. Kansas City is joined by only Toledo in home-ice perfection, but the Walleye have played two fewer games in their home barn.

This Week's Promos

Tuesday - Kids Day Game - Limited Tickets Remaining

Tuesday's game against Wichita is the annual Kids Day Game, where the Mavericks will welcome school children from across the metropolitan area. A limited number of single-game seats, including The Corral, remain.

Tuesday - Dinner On Ice - Boys & Girls Clubs Benefit

The Mavericks are proud to support the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City with the annual Dinner On Ice at Silverstein Eye Centers Arena, a program that is coming off a record year with $125,000 raised for the clubs last season. Mavericks players serve dinners to donors at the event that is a night of entertainment for all involved.

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