Brampton Beast

Brampton Beast

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SWISS CHALET PREVIEW: Brampton Beast at Indy Fuel

02/11/2017 11:00 PM -


NOTE: Live commentary will not begin until 15 minutes before puck drop.


TODAY'S GAME: The Brampton Beast, the ECHL affiliate of the Montreal Canadiens, hope to keep the hot streak going as they head to Indianapolis to take on the Indy Fuel. The Beast have won five games in a row for the second time this season.                                      


LET'S GET ANOTHER: The Beast are hot of late, winning five in a row and picking up points in seven of their last eight games played. The Beast need one more victory to establish a season-best winning streak at six games. The Beast have outscored their opponents 23-13 during this stretch.                                              


APPROACHING SINGLE SEASON RECORDS…: Forwards David Vallorani and David Pacan are fast approaching signinificant team milestones. Vallorani currently leads the team with 52 points (22G, 30A) and is 3 points shy of the franchise record for points in a single season, 55, set by Jason Pitton in 2013-2014. Pacan leads the team with 26 goals and is just three shy of matching the single season franchise goal record, 29, set by Andew Fournier in 2013-2014.                                    


PLAYING WELL: Goaltender Andrew D'Agostini made his second start in the month of February on Saturday night and made 33 saves to earn his second consecutive win. He now has earned two wins at the Huntington Center in Toledo this season.                                         


STREAKY BEAST: The Beast have three players who are currently riding impressive five-game point streaks, including David Ling (2G, 3A), Chris Leveille (1G, 5A) and Jordan Henry (2G, 7A).                                           


HEAD-TO-HEAD MATCHUP: The Beast and the Fuel have met four times this season and the Beast own the season series with a 4-0-0-0 record against the Fuel. David Vallorani leads the way against the Fuel with two goals and six assists for eight points in four games played. Both goaltenders, Andrew D'Agostini and Zach Fucale, are 2-0 against the Fuel.                                         


TIGHT NORTH DIVISION: The Manchester Monarchs are currently leading the division standings with 66 points. Reading occupies second place with 59 points, the Beast and the Adirondack Thunder are tied with 57 points with the Wheeling Nailers not far behind with 55 points.


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