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WIN MAKES IT TWO GAMES TO ONE IN GREENVILLE

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BY: Andy Zilch, Voice of the Greenville Road Warriors

Greenville, SC: The Road Warriors won their first playoff game since April 26, 2011 with a 4-2 victory over the Reading Royals.

Sebastien Piche scored the first Road Warriors goal of the 2013 Kelly Cup Playoffs with a slap shot from the point. Brandon Wong won the face-off directly to Piche who beat Mark Owuya five-hole. Piche matched his regular season goal total with the goal. The Road Warriors found themselves shorthanded once in the period and efficiently killed off the penalty. Continue reading

ROYAL FLUSH IN GAME ONE OVER WARRIORS

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 FIRST ROUND: GAME ONE (Best of Seven)

BY: Andy Zilch, Voice of the Greenville Road Warriors

Reading, PA: Yannick Tifu‘s second period goal combined with a stifling Reading Royals defense and a solid performance between the pipes from netminder Riley Gill, handed the Greenville Road Warriors a 1-0 loss in front of 3,272 at the Sovereign Center in Game One of the first round of the Kelly Cup Playoffs. Continue reading

ROAD WARRIOR FAN GOODIES ANNOUNCED

Greenville-Road-Warriors_thumb1BY: Andy Zilch, Voice of the Greenville Road Warriors

Greenville, SCThe Road Warriors today unveiled their Fan Appreciation Night promotions. The Road Warriors Fan Appreciation Night will take place during the final home regular season game at the Century BMW Rink at the BI-LO Center on Friday, March, 29th against the South Carolina Stingrays at 7 p.m. The night will include the following: Continue reading

WALLEYE ROASTED BY ROAD WARRIORS

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BY: Andy Zilch, Voice of the Greenville Road Warriors

Toledo, OH: The Road Warriors won their first regulation victory in the month of March with a 4-1 win over the Toledo Walleye.

Ben Youds put the home team on the board just 3:45 into the game. Youds snuck in from the point and fired a one-timer past Scott Stajcer for his fifth goal of the year. Willie Coetzee and Kyle Rodgers collected the assists on the play. Greenville would respond shortly after to tie the game at one. Matt Lowry gave a quick pass to Brandon Wong in front of the net for a deflection goal. The goal was Wong’s 24th of the year and the assist was Lowry’s first point as a Road Warrior. Continue reading

TAKE TWO FOR ELMIRA

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BY: Andy Zilch, Voice of the Greenville Road Warriors

Greenville, SC: The Road Warriors lost to Elmira 3-2. With the defeat the Road Warriors have dropped two of three against the Jackals this weekend.

Greenville controlled the early stages of the first period but suffered the loss of defenseman Mike Marcou. Marcou was checked against the glass and immediately left for the locker room, he did not return. The very next play, Matt Carter scored to put the Jackals up 1-0. Andrew Rowe broke into the Road Warriors’ zone with a drop pass to Chaz Johnson who fed Carter for his fifth of the year. Continue reading

ELMIRA UPSETS BIG CROWD IN GREENVILLE

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BY: Andy Zilch, Voice of the Greenville Road Warriors

Greenville, SC: A record crowd of 7,529 entered the Century BMW Rink at the BI-LO center as the Road Warriors fell to the Elmira Jackals 5-2.

The first period did not bring any goals but T.J. Reynolds and Kevin Harvey got into a scramble halfway through the period. Neither player was able to land any punches but both were given a five minute fighting major. The Jackals outshot the Road Warriors 13-6 in the first period. Continue reading

ROAD WARRIORS SHOOTOUT JACKALS

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BY: Andy Zilch, Voice of the Greenville Road Warriors

Greenville, SC: The Road Warriors relentless attack paved the way in a shootout victory over the visiting Elmira Jackals by a score a 4-3.

Elmira started the game off with a bang. Jordan Pietrus gave a quick pass to Rob Bellamy who fired a one-timer past Scott Stajcer’s right pad to put the Jackals up 1-0 just 1:15 into the game. The period featured a scramble with Ryan Palmer and T.J. Reynolds, who was also issued a 10 minute misconduct. Elmira controlled the period and outshot the Road Warriors 17-13. Kevin Harvey closed the period with a goal to put Elmira up 2-0. The goal came with just 25 seconds left. Continue reading