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CANTLON: (SAT) PACK LOSE IN HERSHEY

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BY: Gerry Cantlon, Howlings

HERSHEY, PA – After stealing one in Springfield the night before, the Hartford Wolf Pack couldn’t duplicate the same success in Hershey dropping a 4-2 decision to the Bears on Saturday night before 10,561 at the Giant Center.

The Bears took a lead at 7:57 of the first period when Travis Boyd intercepted Pack starting goaltender, Brandon Halverson’s, clearing attempt from behind the net. Boyd came along the right wing boards and deposited the puck into the open net for his eleventh goal of the season and gave the Bears a 1-0 lead. It was the 33rd time out of 49 games played that the Pack’s opposition has scored the game’s first goal.

The Bears added to their lead on a gorgeous play at 18:11. Continue reading

CRAWFORD: WOLF PACK WEEKLY: February 6-12, 2017

WOLF PACK WEEKLY: February 6-12, 2017

BY: Bob Crawford, Hartford Wolf Pack

The Wolf Pack (17-25-3-2, 39 pts., .415) split a pair of non-divisional home games this past weekend, coming back from being down 1-0 and 2-1 to defeat the Utica Comets, 4-3, on Friday night and then falling 4-2 to the Rochester Americans Saturday evening.  Justin Fontaine had a pair of goals, including the game-winner, Friday night, and John Gilmour and Marek Hrivik both had three assists, and Fontaine scored a shorthanded goal in Saturday’s game.

AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE STANDINGSThis week:

The Wolf Pack start a run of four straight on the road with visits to Springfield Friday night (7:05 PM faceoff) and Hershey Saturday (7:00).

Friday, February 10 at the Springfield Thunderbirds (Florida) at the MassMutual Center, 7:05 PM

  • The Thunderbirds come into the week three points ahead of the Wolf Pack for sixth place in the Atlantic Division, after stopping a three-game skid with a 5-2 win at Bridgeport Saturday night.
  • This is the Wolf Pack’s first look at the Thunderbirds since December 30, when they lost 3-2 in their only previous trip to Springfield, and only the teams’ fourth meeting of the season.  The Thunderbirds have won the last two, after a 3-2 shootout win by the Wolf Pack in the first encounter November 16 in Hartford.
  • Winger Kyle Rau, who has played in 24 NHL games with the parent Florida Panthers this year, had a hat trick for Springfield Saturday in Bridgeport, in the Thunderbirds’ 5-2 victory over the red-hot Sound Tigers.
  • Broadcast – live with Bob Crawford on News Radio 1410 WPOP, on-line at iheart.com and on iHeartRadio.  Video streaming at ahllive.com.

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MCGINNISS: DASHERS BEAT TITANS IN DANBURY

TITANS’ EFFORT NOT ENOUGH, FALL 4-1 TO DANVILLE

BY: Zak McGinniss, Danbury Titans

DANBURY, CT The Danbury Titans managed only one goal as they dropped an important three points to the first place Danville Dashers on Friday night at the Danbury Ice Arena. Storm Phaneuf stopped 21 of 22 shots in his first appearance back in the FHL after being returned on loan from the Peoria Rivermen

The first period would be a back and forth affair with both teams trading chances early on and neither team able to establish consistent offensive pressure. This would continue until Junior Harris was sent to the penalty box for checking from behind with under 5 minutes to go in the period, and the highly touted Danville power play took to the ice for the first time. As time expired on the penalty Easton Oliver was able to beat Danbury’s Nikita Ivandikov for the first goal of the game and the only goal of the first period.  Shots were deadlocked at 9 for each side as the teams went to the locker room for the first intermission. Continue reading

CRAWFORD: PACK BACK ON WINNING WAY, DEFEAT PHANTOMS 3-1

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Hartford Wolf Pack 3, Lehigh Valley Phantoms 1

BY: Bob Crawford, Hartford Wolf Pack

Allentown, PA, November 26, 2016 – The Hartford Wolf Pack finished the first quarter of their season with a 3-1 win Saturday night over the Atlantic Division-leading Lehigh Valley Phantoms at the PPL Center.

The Wolf Pack (6-10-3-0, 15 pts.) built a 3-0 lead on goals by Nicklas Jensen, Matt Carey, and Chris Brown, and Magnus Hellberg only allowed a late second-period goal by Phantom defenseman Samuel Morin.

Justin Fontaine and Ryan Graves had two assists each for the Wolf Pack, who had let a 3-1 third-period lead slip away the night before, in a 4-3 overtime loss at home to the Albany Devils. Continue reading

CRAWFORD: WOLF PACK WEEKLY: November 21-27, 2016

bob-crawfordWOLF PACK WEEKLY: Nov. 21-27, 2016

BY: Bob Crawford, Hartford Wolf Pack

After suffering through a 0-6-2-0 skid, the Wolf Pack (5-9-2-0, 12 pts.) won two of their three games this past week, sweeping a pair of home tilts.  On Wednesday night at the XL Center, the Wolf Pack defeated the Springfield Thunderbirds in the first-ever meeting between the two teams, 3-2 in a shootout.  After a 6-3 loss in Binghamton on Saturday, the Wolf Pack posted another home win Sunday, again going to a shootout and triumphing 4-3 over the Providence Bruins.  Rookie forward Steven Fogarty had the shootout winners in both of the victories, and fellow first-year pro, Brandon Halverson notched his first career AHL win in Wednesday’s game, with 25 saves and a 3-for-3 performance in the shootout.

AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE STANDINGS

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CANTLON: PACK END LOSING STREAK

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BY: Gerry Cantlon, Howlings

HARTFORD, CT – Steven Fogarty scored the lone shootout goal and ended the Hartford Wolf Pack’s eight-game winless streak with a 3-2, come from behind, victory in the first regular-season meeting with their new/old I-91 Division rivals, the Springfield Thunderbirds.

“We mentioned prior to the game that we can’t get those points back. This is where we draw our line and from here on in, we play positive and stay positive,” Pack head coach Ken Gernander said after his team’s first home win since opening night against the St. John’s IceCaps.

On the game-winning shootout attempt, Fogarty weaved his way down the right wing side and whistled a puck high to the short-side on last week’s AHL Player of Week, Reto Berra. The tally, in their first shootout of the season, ended the Pack’s winless streak.

“I’ve been working on it all week in practice, so it was nice that it went in,” Fogarty, in his first full year as a pro after leaving Notre Dame, said. Continue reading

CANTLON’S CORNER: PACK LOOK TO KILL TWO BIRDS WITH ONE RUBBER PUCK

gerry-150x130BY: Gerry Cantlon, Howlings

GLASTONBURY, CT – The early season Hartford Wolf Pack misfortunes continue after the team dropped all three games this past weekend and are winless over their last eight games (0-6-2-0).

Much of what has plagued the team prior to their upstate New York trip raged on in contests with the Rochester Americans and the Utica Comets. The long bus ride home or sleeping in their own beds changed nothing as it was the same old, same old on Sunday afternoon/night at home against the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins.

The Pack begins a stretch of three games over five days starting with tonight’s contest where they will get their first look at the new Springfield Thunderbirds. The Thunderbirds feature the AHL’s “Player of the Week,” goaltender, Reto Berra, who over this past weekend went 2-0, allowed one goal on 52 shots and had a 0.50 GAA. The fourth place Thunderbirds, who trail the second-place Lehigh Valley Phantoms by just two points and a single point behind the Bridgeport Sound Tigers for third.

A reeling Wolf Pack are not eager to see that. Continue reading

CRAWFORD: WOLF PACK WEEKLY: November 7-13, 2016

bob-crawfordWOLF PACK WEEKLY: 

November 7-13, 2016

BY: Bob Crawford, Hartford Wolf Pack

The Wolf Pack endured a tough week this past week, with one point in three games.  The Pack suffered their first shutout against on the year Wednesday, in their “Sonar’s Edu-skate” school-day game at the XL Center, falling 4-0 to the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, and then finished a season-high six-game homestand with a 5-4 overtime defeat against Bridgeport on Friday night.  In Providence on Saturday evening, the Wolf Pack outshot the Bruins 37-29 but found themselves on the short end of a 6-2 score.  Steven Fogarty tallied his first career pro goal in Saturday’s game, and Nicklas Jensen had a pair of scores on Friday night. 

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This week:

The Wolf Pack’s first of nine three-game weekends on the season is upcoming, starting Friday night with a visit to Rochester.  That game faces off at 7:05 PM, and then the Pack are in Utica Saturday night for a 7:30 start.  Sunday finds the Wolf Pack back home at the XL Center, hosting the Atlantic Division-leading Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins at 5:00.

Friday, November 11 at the Rochester Americans (Buffalo) at the Blue Cross Arena, 7:05 PM

  • This is the first of four meetings on the season between the Wolf Pack and the Americans, and the first of two visits by the Wolf Pack to Rochester.  In a four-game season series last year, the Pack won the last two meetings after losing the first two, and the clubs split a pair of games at the Blue Cross Arena.  That was the first year the Wolf Pack and Amerks had played since the 2001-02 campaign.
  • Rochester has split its first ten games, going 5-5-0-0 for ten points, and is .500 both at home (2-2-0-0) and on the road (3-3-0-0).
  • Amerks forward Cole Schneider, a former UConn Husky, is tied for the AHL scoring lead with 7-8-15 in ten games.
  • Broadcast – live with Bob Crawford on News Radio 1410 WPOP, on-line at iheart.com and on iHeartRadio.  Video streaming at ahllive.com. 

Saturday, November 12 at the Utica Comets (Vancouver) at the Utica Memorial Auditorium, 7:30 PM

  • The Comets enter the week 2-7-1-0 for five points and in seventh place in the North Division.
  • Utica won the first matchup between themselves and the Wolf Pack, taking a 4-3 decision at the XL Center October 29.  This is the first of two road games in the season series for the Wolf Pack, who swept their two visits to Utica last year.
  • Derek Hulak and Jordan Subban had a goal and an assist for the Comets in their 4-3 victory October 29 over the Wolf Pack.
  • Broadcast – live with Bob Crawford on News Radio 1410 WPOP, on-line at iheart.com and on iHeartRadio.  Video streaming at ahllive.com.

Sunday, November 13 vs. the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins (Pittsburgh) at the XL Center, 5:00 PM

  • The Wolf Pack’s new red third jersey will debut with this game and will be worn for each and every remaining Sunday home game.
  • At this and every Wolf Pack Sunday home game of the season, fans can take advantage of the Wolf Pack’s “Click It or Ticket Family Value Pack”.  The Family Value Pack includes two tickets, two sodas and two hot dogs, all for just $40.
  • Also at every Sunday Wolf Pack home game this season, the first 2,000 fans will receive a “hockey bingo” card.  The spaces on these cards contain possibilities that might happen in the game, and if they do, fans can fill in the spaces to win Wolf Pack bingo prizes.
  • The Wolf Pack will be having a Thanksgiving food drive at this game.  Any fan who brings five or more non-perishable food items for donation will receive a buy-one-get-one-free ticket voucher for use at any 2016-17 Wolf Pack home game.
  • Wilkes-Barre/Scranton brought the AHL’s best record into this week, sitting at 8-1-1-0 for 17 points through their first ten games.
  • This is the Penguins’ first of four visits on the year to the XL Center, and the second game of an eight-game season series between the Penguins and Wolf Pack.  Wilkes-Barre/Scranton won the first, defeating the Wolf Pack 6-2 October 15 in Wilkes-Barre.
  • Penguin points leader Jake Guentzel (5-7-12) leads AHL rookies in points and is tied for the rookie goals lead, and is tied for sixth overall in the league in points.  The University of Nebraska-Omaha product had a four-point night in the first meeting of the year between the Penguins and Wolf Pack, with a goal and three assists.
  • Tickets for this and all 2016-17 Wolf Pack home games are on sale now at the Agera Energy Ticket Office at the XL Center, on-line at hartfordwolfpack.com and by phone at (877) 522-8499.  Tickets purchased in advance for kids 12 or younger are just $10 each, and all tickets will have a $2 day-of-game increase.
  • Broadcast – live with Bob Crawford and Mark Bailey on News Radio 1410 WPOP, on-line at iheart.com and on iHeartRadio.  Video streaming at ahllive.com. 

Wolf Pack Community Appearances:

The Wolf Pack have the following appearances scheduled this week.  For further information on these or any other Wolf Pack community initiatives, contact Wolf Pack community relations manager Frank Berrian, at (860) 541-4728:

  • Thursday, November 10, 11:30 AM, Phoenix Insurance, 1 American Row, Hartford, CT

The Wolf Pack’s lovable mascot Sonar will take part in a ticket-sales drive to benefit United Way.

Recent Transactions:

Calle Andersson – reassigned by the New York Rangers from the Wolf Pack to Greenville (ECHL) October 31.

Pack Tracks:

Once again this season, fans can enjoy $1 hot dogs and $2 beers at every Friday Wolf Pack home game, through the start of the second period.  The next Friday-night home game is November 25 when the Pack host the Albany Devils at 7:15 PM.

Each of the Wolf Pack’s Sunday and Wednesday home games, as well as the one Tuesday home date, will feature the Wolf Pack’s “Click It or Ticket Family Value Pack”.  The Family Value Pack includes two tickets, two sodas and two hot dogs, all for just $40.  The next Family Value Pack game after this Sunday is Wednesday, November 16 when the Wolf Pack battle the Springfield Thunderbirds in a 7:00 PM game.

At every Sunday Wolf Pack home game, the first 2,000 fans will receive a “hockey bingo” card.  The spaces on these cards contain possibilities that might happen in the game, and if they do, fans can fill in the spaces to win Wolf Pack bingo prizes.  After this Sunday, the next Sunday Wolf Pack home date is November 20, a 5:00 PM game vs. the Providence Bruins.

On Sunday, November 20, when the Wolf Pack host the Providence Bruins in a 5:00 PM game, the first 3,000 fans will take home a Wolf Pack ice scraper, courtesy of Aer Lingus.

Wolf Pack home game tickets can be purchased at the XL Center ticket office, on-line at hartfordwolfpack.com and by phone at (877) 522-8499.  Tickets purchased in advance for kids 12 or younger are just $10 each, and all tickets will have a $2 day-of-game increase.

To speak with a Wolf Pack representative about season or group tickets, or any of the Wolf Pack’s many ticketing options, call (855) 762-6451, or click here to request more info.

TRACK THE PACK ON-LINE AT HARTFORDWOLFPACK.COM

LUCEY: PACK GET “EDU-SKATED” BY PHANTOMS

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Lehigh Valley Phantoms 4, Hartford Wolf Pack 0

By: Henry Lucey, Hartford Wolf Pack

Hartford, CT, November 2, 2016 – A loud crowd of 4,029 saw the Hartford Wolf Pack fall to the Lehigh Valley Phantoms 4-0 Wednesday at the XL Center, in the Wolf Pack’s “Sonar’s Edu-skate” school-day morning start game.

Anthony Stolarz stopped all 33 shots he faced in the Lehigh Valley net, and defenseman T.J. Brennan had a goal and two assists for the Phantoms.

Lehigh Valley dominated the opening minutes of the contest’s first frame, holding the Pack without a shot until the 3:25 mark. Even after killing an early power play, Hartford struggled to possess the puck for extended periods of time.  Brennan was given a golden opportunity to capitalize on the Phantoms’ strong start, but his breakaway attempt was denied by Hartford netminder Magnus Hellberg (26 saves).

As the period progressed, the Wolf Pack slowly found their offensive rhythm. Hartford’s best chance to score came near the nine-minute mark, when left-winger Malte Stromwall slipped behind the Lehigh Valley defense, only to have his breakaway try deflected wide of the net by the glove of Stolarz.

Shortly after Stromwall’s bid, Brennan put the Phantoms on the scoreboard with a snap shot that beat that Hellberg on his stick side at 11:15. What appeared to be a late momentum swing in favor of Harford came to an abrupt halt when Lehigh Valley forward Cole Bardreau, deposited the rebound of Mark Zengerle’s shot into the back of Hellberg’s net, giving the Phantoms a 2-0 advantage.

Despite a seemingly renewed sense of urgency from Wolf Pack coach Ken Gernander’s club, the second period left the scoreboard unchanged. The Pack’s fast and physical approach produced sixteen shots, but none were good enough to beat Stolarz. Hartford’s defensive effort was equally dominant, allowing just six Lehigh Valley shots in the period.

As the Wolf Pack looked to build on this momentum, Phantom coach Scott Gordon’s squad had other intentions. These intentions were made clear when Lehigh Valley’s Corban Knight came up with a brilliant deflection to extend the Phantoms’ lead to 3-0, just two minutes and fifty-one seconds into the final period.

A holding penalty on Lehigh Valley forward Nic Aube-Kubel sent the Wolf Pack on their second power play of the day at 8:52, but once again, they came up empty-handed.

Lehigh Valley added another insurance goal at 14:56. The tally was recorded by Zengerle and assisted by Brennan, marking their second and third points of the game, respectively.

Following the game, Hartford right-winger, Justin Fontaine remarked, “We got to learn from our mistakes….It’s going to take all of us.”

Gernander expanded on this sentiment, saying, “There has to be a certain sense of urgency, a certain sense of desperation to rectify some of the stuff that has been going on.”

The Wolf Pack are back on home ice this Friday night, November 4, hosting the Bridgeport Sound Tigers at the XL Center in a 7:15 PM game.  It being a Friday, that night features $1 hot dogs and $2 beers through the start of the second period, and the first 2,000 fans into the game will receive a free Wolf Pack license plate cover, courtesy of Aetna.

Tickets for all Wolf Pack 2016-17 home games are on sale now at the Agera Energy Ticket Office at the XL Center, on-line at hartfordwolfpack.com and by phone at (877) 522-8499.

Season ticket information for the Wolf Pack’s 2016-17 AHL season can be found on-line at whartfordwolfpack.com.  To speak with a representative about all of the Wolf Pack’s many attractive ticketing options, call (855) 762-6451.

Lehigh Valley Phantoms 4 at Hartford Wolf Pack 0
Wednesday, November 2, 2016 – XL Center

Lehigh Valley 2 0 2 – 4
Hartford 0 0 0 – 0

1st Period-1, Lehigh Valley, Brennan 3 (Weal, Leier), 11:15. 2, Lehigh Valley, Bardreau 1 (Zengerle, Aube-Kubel), 18:52. Penalties-Glass Hfd (slashing), 0:22.

2nd Period- No Scoring. Penalties-Fazleev Lv (tripping), 2:33; Stromwall Hfd (tripping), 10:16.

3rd Period-3, Lehigh Valley, Knight 2 (Brennan, Fazleev), 2:51. 4, Lehigh Valley, Zengerle 3 (Brennan), 14:55. Penalties-Aube-Kubel Lv (holding), 8:52; Fontaine Hfd (holding), 11:27.

Shots on Goal-Lehigh Valley 14-6-10-30. Hartford 7-16-10-33.
Power Play Opportunities-Lehigh Valley 0 / 3; Hartford 0 / 2.
Goalies-Lehigh Valley, Stolarz 3-2-0-0 (33 shots-33 saves). Hartford, Hellberg 3-2-0-0 (30 shots-26 saves).
A-4,029
Referees-Brett Iverson (56), Pierre Lambert (47).
Linesmen-Nick Briganti (58), Paul Simeon (66).

LUCEY: (FRI) PHANTOMS SCARE THE GOALS OUT OF PACK

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Lehigh Valley Phantoms 5, Hartford Wolf Pack 1

By: Henry Lucey, Hartford Wolf Pack

Hartford, CT, October 28, 2016 – Greg Carey scored twice, and Jordan Weal and T.J. Brennan had a goal and two assists apiece Friday night at the XL Center, as the Lehigh Valley Phantoms defeated the host Hartford Wolf Pack by a score of 5-1.

After an early skirmish near the Lehigh Valley bench, Hartford landed the game’s first four shots but was ultimately unable to carry this momentum into the remainder of the period. On just their second shot of the contest, Lehigh Valley’s Danick Martel put the Phantoms on the board with a clever backhand effort at 4:14. The period’s second score came at 14:17 when Jordan Weal threaded the puck past an outstretched Magnus Hellberg to give the Phantoms a two-goal advantage.

A second multiplayer tussle sent Hartford’s Malte Stromwall and Tanner Glass, as well as the Phantoms’ Taylor Leier, to the penalty box at 6:58.  Carey quickly capitalized on the man advantage, extending the Phantoms’ lead to 3-0 at the 7:50 mark. Penalties continued to plague the Wolf Pack, as Adam Tambellini’s two-minute minor for slashing at 9:48 resulted in another power-play goal for the Phantoms. The goal was scored by Brennan, with assists from Weal and Mark Zengerle.

Following a Hartford timeout, the Wolf Pack regained pieces of their early offensive rhythm. The highlight of this brief resurgence came on a penalty kill, when Nicklas Jensen found a streaking Marek Hrivik, who, with just the goalie to beat, fired a wrist shot into the top-right corner of the net for a shorthanded goal at the 14:30 mark. However, the goal was largely overshadowed by the Hartford’s four penalties in the period, two of which resulted in power-play goals for the Phantoms.

The third period was scoreless until Lehigh Valley’s Carey notched his second goal of the night at 16:08, on a shot from the top of the left circle.

Following the game, Hrivik, Hartford’s lone goal scorer, summarized the disappointing loss by saying, “We just have to be better.” He later added, “We’ve got to try to re-focus and get ready for tomorrow.”

The Wolf Pack are right back at the XL Center on Saturday night, hosting the Utica Comets in a 7:00 PM game.  The first 2,000 fans into the game will receive the first of four sets of Wolf Pack 20th-anniversary trading cards that will be given away during this 2016-17 season, presented by KOTA Solutions. The set will be comprised of the first group of the players chosen as the top 20 all-time in franchise history.

Tickets for all Wolf Pack 2016-17 home games are on sale now at the Agera Energy Ticket Office at the XL Center, on-line at www.hartfordwolfpack.com and by phone at (877) 522-8499.Season ticket information for the Wolf Pack’s 2016-17 AHL season can be found on-line at

Season ticket information for the Wolf Pack’s 2016-17 AHL season can be found on-line at www.hartfordwolfpack.com.  To speak with a representative about all of the Wolf Pack’s many attractive ticketing options, call (855) 762-6451.

Lehigh Valley Phantoms 5 at Hartford Wolf Pack 1
Friday, October 28, 2016 – XL Center

Lehigh Valley 2 2 1 – 5
Hartford 0 1 0 – 1

1st Period-1, Lehigh Valley, Martel 3 (Conner), 4:14. 2, Lehigh Valley, Weal 1 (O’Neill, Brennan), 14:17. Penalties-Summers Hfd (roughing), 6:50; Martel Lv (slashing), 11:44.

2nd Period-3, Lehigh Valley, Carey 2 (Miele, Weal), 7:50 (PP). 4, Lehigh Valley, Brennan 2 (Weal, Leier), 10:14 (PP). 5, Hartford, Hrivik 3 (Jensen), 14:30 (SH). Penalties-served by Aube-Kubel Lv (bench minor – too many men), 4:14; Leier Lv (roughing), 6:58; Glass Hfd (roughing), 6:58; Stromwall Hfd (boarding), 6:58; Tambellini Hfd (slashing), 9:48; Brown Hfd (roughing), 12:37; Morin Lv (slashing), 17:16.

3rd Period-6, Lehigh Valley, Carey 3 (Miele, Brennan), 16:08 (PP). Penalties-Brennan Lv (roughing), 4:39; Martel Lv (roughing), 4:39; Paliotta Hfd (roughing), 4:39; Carey Hfd (cross-checking), 11:24; Brennan Lv (hooking), 12:48; Brown Hfd (unsportsmanlike conduct), 14:58; Jensen Hfd (misconduct – unsportsmanlike conduct), 14:58.

Shots on Goal-Lehigh Valley 11-9-19-39. Hartford 8-11-14-33.
Power Play Opportunities-Lehigh Valley 3 / 6; Hartford 0 / 5.
Goalies-Lehigh Valley, Stolarz 2-1-0-0 (33 shots-32 saves). Hartford, Hellberg 3-1-0-0 (16 shots-13 saves); Skapski 0-2-0-0 (23 shots-21 saves).
A-2,910
Referees-Stephen Reneau (34).
Linesmen-Nick Briganti (58), Brent Colby (7).