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April 15, 2014 - American Hockey League (AHL) - Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins News Release

Weekly Rewind

Fri., Apr. 11- Penguins 3 at SYRACUSE 2

In his first start in more than 10 months, Tomas Vokoun stopped 23-of-25 shots through overtime and was perfect over four rounds of the shootout to help W-B/Scranton to a 3-2 win over Syracuse. Chuck Kobasew notched his second two-goal game of the season for the Penguins

Sat., Apr. 12 - PENGUINS 2 vs. Binghamton 1

Scott Harrington's tally at 8:14 of the third was the game- winner as the Penguins edged the Senators, 2-1. Each team only managed 16 shots in the contest. Carter Rowney scored a shorthanded goal at 19:14 of the second to tie the game.

Sun., Apr. 13 - PENGUINS 2 vs. Toronto 3

In W-B/Scranton's home finale, Toronto scored three goals in the final 12 minutes of regulation to rally for 3-2 victory.

Adam Payerl's power play marker in the first and Tom Kostopoulos's tally in the second helped the Penguins build a 2-0 lead. Jerry D'Amigo netted the deciding goal for the Marlies with 26.6 seconds left in regulation.

The Week Ahead

Fri., Apr. 18 - Penguins at BINGHAMTON

The Senators (42-24-2-5) are currently in fifth in the Eastern Conference, one point behind the Penguins with a game in hand. Binghamton is 3-0-0-0 on home ice this season against W-B/Scranton.

Sat., Apr. 19 - Penguins at UTICA

Utica (33-31-5-4) in currently in the 11th spot in the Western Conference, four points out of the final playoff berth. The Comets is 2-0-0-1 in the season series versus the Penguins. Utica also plays Rochester and Toronto this week.

Ice Chips

- With his two-goal performance on Friday, Chuck Kobasew has scored in eight of his 11 appearances for W-B/Scranton, including a pair of multi-goal games.

- Peter Mannino made 15-of-16 saves in the Penguins' win over Binghamton. It was his 13th straight start allowing two goals or less. He has gone 10-2-1 over that span with just 12 goals allowed and two sets of back-to-back shutouts.

- W-B/Scranton's 10 shorthanded goals scored on home ice are the most in the AHL this season. The team also ranks second overall with 13 shorthanded goals.

- The Penguins lead the league defensively with 2.41 goals allowed per contest.

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