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IceMen Come From Behind to Beat Americans

EVV vs ALL 2
04/09/2016 9:22 AM -

IceMen Come From Behind to Beat Americans

(Moon extends point streak to seven, Leveille sets single-season IceMen ECHL goals record.)

 

Scoring

1

2

3

Final

Evansville

0

1

2

3

Allen

2

0

0

2

 

Shots

1

2

3

Total

Evansville

5

9

8

22

Allen

15

11

11

37

 

 

PP

Penalties

Evansville

0/2

4 for 11 minutes

Allen

0/3

3 for 9 minutes

 

 

Records:  Evansville: 29-33-7-2; Allen: 40-24-3-4

 

Goalies:  ALN – Gill (L), 13-12-1-0, 19 saves, 3 GA  

   EVN – Bengtsberg (W), 11-13-4-1, 35 saves, 2 GA

 

Scoring:

1st Period:  1. ALN – Neuber 1 (LaFontaine, 2:47); 2. ALN – Arseneau 14 (Costello, King, 18:48)

2nd Period:  3. EVN – Moon 16 (Leveille, 13:21)

3rd Period:  4. EVN – Leveille 24 (Moon, 4:11); 5. EVN – Rutkowski 6 (Leonard, 9:28)

 

ALLEN, TX – The Evansville IceMen erased a two-goal deficit Friday with three unanswered goals in a 3-2 win over the Allen Americans at the Allen Event Center. The two teams meet one more time Saturday night in the final game of the regular season.

Allen scored 2:47 into the game, when J.P. LaFontaine won a faceoff in the right circle, and Kyle Neuber fired a quick shot past IceMen goalie Christoffer Bengtsberg. The Americans made it 2-0 late in the period, when Vincent Arseneau cut to the net and lifted a shot into the top of the net with 1:12 left in the first period.

Seconds after a fight between IceMen rookie Matthew Zay and Americans’ forward Dyson Stevenson, Evansville cut the Allen lead in half, when Nathan Moon snapped a shot past Americans’ goaltender Riley Gill. The goal extended Moon’s point streak to seven games, which matches a career-high. Allen carried the 2-1 lead into the second intermission.

Evansville tied the game 4:11 into the third period, when Daultan Leveille skipped a shot past Gill from the left circle. It was Leveille’s 24th goal of the season, which sets a single-season IceMen record since the team joined the ECHL in 2012-13. Troy Rutkowski completed the comeback and provided the game winning goal for the IceMen, when he picked off an Allen pass at the Evansville blue line and raced the length of the ice before beating Gill with a wrist shot on a 2-on-1.

Bengtsberg stopped 11 shots in the third period and 35 in the game for his 11th win. The rookie goaltender has wins in back-to-back starts, after stopping 48 shots last Sunday in a 5-4 overtime win at Fort Wayne.

The IceMen finish the regular season Saturday at 7:05pm against the Americans. The game will be broadcast on www.evansvilleicemen.com and ECHL TV, with pregame coverage starting at 6:50pm. Saturday will be the last Official Viewing Party out at Bar Louie in Evansville, the headquarters for IceMen away games.

 

REMAINING GAMES

Sat. 4/9 – Evansville at Allen (7:05pm) – Allen Event Center (Allen, TX)

 

FINAL JERSEY AUCTION

The final chance to bid on game-worn player jerseys will be in a live auction Monday, April 11 at 6pm at Beef O’ Brady’s in Newburgh. Following the team’s final three games in Allen, Texas on April 6, 8 and 9, all of the Evansville IceMen players will sign their jerseys for the winning bidders.

Visit us at www.evansvilleicemen.com, like us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter @EvvIceMen for more information about your hometown professional hockey team.



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