Pee Dee Pride Weekly
LAST WEEK: Pee Dee went 1-1-0 in the last week of the season, picking up a home win over South Carolina and falling at Greenville. The Pride finished the season with an overall record of
Friday, April 8 v. South Carolina PRIDE 6 Stingrays 2
Pee Dee scored four first-period goals en route to a 6-2 win over South Carolina in the home finale. Kyle Kidney tallied one goal and three assists, while Allan Sirois and John Jarram both notched two goals and an assist in the win. Sebastien Laplante stopped 39 Stingrays shots to pick up the win in net.
Saturday, April 9 @ Greenville Grrrowl 5 PRIDE 2
Pee Dee led 2-1 after one period, but a pair of 5-on-3 power-play goals in the second period gave Greenville a 3-2 lead after 40 minutes. The Grrrowl added a pair of goals in the final minute of the third period to set the final. Nick Boucher was busy for the Pride between the pipes, as he stopped 53 of 57 shots he faced.
- Pee Dee finished the season winless in its last 18 games on the road (0-16-2). The 18-game road winless streak is the fourth-longest in ECHL history.
- Nick Boucher set new Pride records this season for appearances (50), minutes played (2648:48) and saves (1218).
- Jan Vodrazka broke his own single-season penalty minutes record this season. Vodrazkas 268 penalty minutes were six more than he had in 1998-99.
- Gregg Johnson finished the season fifth in the ECHL among rookies with 63 points.
Goals G. Johnson 27
Assists G. Johnson 36
Points G. Johnson 63
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Penalty Minutes Douville 316
Shots G. Johnson 241
Power-Play Goals Sirois 9
Shorthanded Goals Mullen/G. Johnson 2
Game-Winning Goals Sirois 5
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