Stingrays Game Preview: Stingrays and Solar Bears Close Regular-Season Series Tonight
North Charleston, S.C. - The South Carolina Stingrays battle the Orlando Solar Bears tonight at 7:30 at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida. Tonight is the 11th and final regular-season meeting between the two East-Division rivals.
Kelly Cup Playoff Chase:
If the 2015 Kelly Cup Playoffs started tonight, the Stingrays hold the #2 seed in the East Division and would take on the Reading Royals with the series starting at the North Charleston Coliseum.
The Stingrays are 6-2-1-1 against the Solar Bears this season and collided last night at the Amway Center picking up a 2-1 victory in a 15-round shootout. Watch Highlights All time, the Stingrays are 17-5-3-3 vs. Orlando.
Jakaitis Picking Up Wins:
Goaltender Jeff Jakaitis earned his 16th consecutive win last night, an ECHL record, making 29 saves and stopping 10 of 15 Solar Bears attempts in the shootout.
Carbery Searches for Win #44:
With the win last night, Head Coach Spencer Carbery tied a single-season career high with his 43 win behind the Stingrays bench. During the 2013-14 campaign, the Stingrays went 43-23-0-2 under Carbery's direction.
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The Stingrays wrap up a season-long seven game road trip tomorrow, Saturday, April 4 at 7:00 against the Florida Everblades at Germain Arena in Estero, Florida.
The Stingrays close the regular-season schedule on Saturday, April 11 against the Evansville IceMen at 7:05 at the North Charleston Coliseum on Fan Appreciation Night and The Post and Courier Hall of Fame Night. The first 1,000 fans receive a 2014-15 Stingrays team photo courtesy of Sheila Lauffer of Data Imaging and a new member of the Stingrays Hall of Fame will be inducted during the first intermission. Saturday also features FREE parking!
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South Carolina: 43-19-1-6, 93 points (2nd place, East Division)
Orlando: 35-23-5-4, 79 points (4th place, East Division)
South Carolina vs. Orlando, 2014-15 Season Schedule (Home Games in Bold, All times Eastern)
Nov. 22 vs. Orlando 6-5 Shootout Loss Box Score
Nov. 23 vs. 2-0 Loss Box Score
Dec. 19 vs. Orlando 3-2 Overtime Loss Box Score
Dec. 20 vs. Orlando 4-3 Overtime Win Box Score
Jan. 27 at Orlando 2-1 Win Box Score
Jan. 30 at Orlando 4-0 Loss Box Score
Feb. 17 at Orlando 4-2 Win Box Score
Feb. 18 at Orlando 5-2 Win Box Score
Feb. 26 at Orlando 2-1 Overtime Win Box Score
Apr. 2 at Orlando 2-1 Shootout Win Box Score
Apr. 3 at Orlando 7:30 p.m.
South Carolina vs. Orlando, Head-to-Head in 2014-15
South Carolina: 43-23-2-4, 92 points (1st place, South Division, 3rd Eastern Conference)
Orlando: 43-24-2-3, 91 points (2nd place, South Division, 4th Eastern Conference)
South Carolina vs. Orlando, Head-to-Head in 2013-14
Stingrays vs. Orlando, All-Time
South Carolina: Spencer Carbery (4th year)
Orlando: Vince Williams (2nd year)
South Carolina: Boston Bruins and Washington Capitals
Orlando: Toronto Maple Leafs
South Carolina: Providence Bruins and Hershey Bears
Orlando: Toronto Marlies
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