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Wings lose twice over weekend

February 2, 2004 - United States Hockey League (USHL) - Danville Wings News Release

The Danville Wings ended a six game road trip on Friday night with a loss at Green Bay. The Wings came out of the night winless in their last 9 (0-8-1). Green Bay scored 3 power play goals in the third period. Bryan Marshall scored his 18th goal of the year in the third but it was to late for the Wings. On Saturday night the Wings finally came home to host the Chicago Steel. New addition Aaron McCloy scored his first goal of the year for the Wings two minutes into the game to give the Wings a quick lead. But Chicago scored a pair of power play goals in a 44 second span to lead after one period 2-1. Derek Patrosso notched his 11th goal in the second before the Steel took back the lead on another power play goal. In the third Jeremy Hall notted it up on a nice pass from Josef Fojtek. Nearing the end of regulation the Wings got a bad holding call, their 71st minute of penalties in the game leading the Steel to the power play to start overtime. In the extra session Chicago scored 43 seconds in for the win.

The Wings host back-to-back home games next weekend against St. Louis and Green Bay.

Wings weekly alumni update

February 2, 2004 - Former Wings scoring last week were Todd Grant (Miami) G; Derek Edwardson (Miami) A, tied for third in the nation with 37 points. JR Corkery (UConn) A; Jason Tejchma (UMass-Lowell) G; Jason Costa (Dartmouth) A. In the pro ranks Adam Elzinga (Florence-ECHL) had an assist.

Wings Sullivan commits to UMass-Lowell

Wings defenseman Kelly Sullivan has committed to play for UMass-Lowell next season. The 6'0, 185 defenseman has scored 5 goals this season to go along with 5 assists and 96 PIM. Sullivan will join former Wings Matt Collar and Jason Tejchma on the River Hawks roster.

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