Heeyyyyyy, what a snooowwwwmaaaaan!
Max Lagace allowed three goals on 39 shots for the victory.
3:37 SYR Carrick (3), (Raddysh, Barre-Boulet)
6:43 SYR Walcott (4), (Raddysh, Element)
7:10 UTI Foote (5), (Schmelzer, Clarke)
13:24 SYR Ryfors (8), (Smith, Fortier)
18:37 SYR Barre-Boulet (3), (Raddysh, Carrick)
3:44 SYR Edmonds (1), (Barre-Boulet, Carrick)
5:48 SYR Element (1), (Walcott, Raddysh)
9:56 SYR Barre-Boulet (4), (Element, Jones)
12:44 SYR Goncalves (1), (Raddysh, Barre-Boulet)(PP)
10:52 UTI Halonen (2), (Nemec, Johnsson)
19:05 UTI Halonen (3), (Nemec, Hutchison)(PP)
Alex Barre-Boulet, Darren Raddysh, and Shawn Element were the game’s three stars. Element’s helped the team set a different tone since coming up from the ECHL. Lucas Edmonds had his first pro goal in the victory in among the barrage of scoring. By the end of the night, Barre-Boulet and Raddysh sat in sole position of the top two spots in the AHL in scoring while Simon Ryfors is tied for second in the league in goals. There is little doubt this team has the ability to put up goals in bunches, but these past couple of games they’ve been better about keeping the puck out of the back of their own net and the results in the standings will follow.
Box score from TheAHL.com.