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March 15, 2016 - American Hockey League (AHL) - San Antonio Rampage News Release


Wednesday, Mar. 16 at San Diego Gulls

Valley View Casino Center, 9:05 p.m. (CT)

The Rampage make their way to California for a two-game road stretch, starting the Gulls. San Antonio has seen the Gulls five times this season, and has yet to take a game from their new divisional foe. The Silver and Black have posted a 0-4-1-0 record and been out- scored 17-7 when facing San Diego. The Gulls also enter Wednes- day's contest on an 8-0-1-1 streak, while the Rampage have fallen to 2-8-0-0 in their last 10 games.

Friday, Mar. 18 at Ontario Reign

Citizens Business Bank Arena, 9 p.m. (CT)

After falling to Ontario on March 6 and 9, the Rampage visit Citizens Business Bank Arena seeking revenge for their 5-4 loss to the Reign last Wednesday. The Rampage held a two-goal lead with two minutes remaining when the Reign rallied to score three unanswered goals late in the third to defeat San Antonio.

Sunday, Mar. 20 vs. Grand Rapids Griffins

AT&T Center, 4:00 p.m. (CT)

San Antonio welcomes the Grand Rapids Griffins to town on Sunday afternoon as the Rampage host their ninth annual Pucks and Paws game, presented by Raising Cane's. Fans are encouraged to bring their dogs to the game, and a portion of ticket proceeds will be donat- ed to San Antonio Pets Alive!. The Silver and Black haven't seen the Griffins since a back-to-back in October, when San Antonio swept the two-game series. Since their last meeting, Grand Rapids has been one of the hottest teams in the league. The Griffins currently lead the Central Division and are riding an 11-0-0-0 streak.


Sunday, March 20

Pucks & Paws, presented by Raising Cane's

4 p.m.

The Rampage host the Grand Rapids Griffins in the team's annual Pucks & Paws game, presented by Raising Cane's. Fans are invited to bring their dogs to the game, and various shelters throughout San Anto- nio will be on the concourse with pets available for adoption. A portion of proceeds from tickets will bene- fit San Antonio Pets Alive!.

ICE CHIPS: Garry Nunn - Rampage Forward

The Rampage offense has seen a spark over the last few games thanks to Garry Nunn. After San Antonio signed Nunn to a PTO on March 8, the Rampage winger has recorded one goal and two assists in his three appearances. Nunn took home the Second Star of the Game on Sunday with his first AHL goal and a helper on the night. In 57 contests with the Atlanta Gladi- ators this season, Nunn has bagged 12 goals and 37 assists. The Rampage winger began the year with the Gladiators and Providence Bruins before making his way to the Alamo City.


RANTANEN RECORD WATCH: Rampage rookie sensation Mikko Rantanen is closing in on several franchise rookie records. The Avalanche's first-round pick (10th overall) in 2015 is currently one goal and one assist from tying franchise rookie rec- ords in each category and is one point away from setting a new record for points by a rookie in a season, previously held by Connor Brickley in the 2014-15 season.

Rantanen also leads the league's rookies with 50 points.

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