Brampton Beast

Brampton Beast

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SWISS CHALET PREVIEW: Brampton Beast at Toledo Walleye

03/15/2017 8:55 AM -

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 continue in their high-scoring ways as they head to Toledo for their final game against the Walleye for the 2016-17 season.                                            


BEST BEAST: With their huge 9-7 win over Adirondack on Sunday, the Beast set a new franchise mark for wins in a season (34) and points in a season (75). Both records were originally set during the club's inaugural 2013-14 Central Hockey League squad.                                             


BEAST OF A DEFENSEMAN: Beast defenseman Jordan Henry scored a pair of goals in the club's last game to help the Beast come away with the big win over Adirondack. Henry now has 19 goals and 32 assists for 51 points in 104 career games with the Beast. He is currently two points back of tying Mathew Maione's Beast defense points record set at 53 points (86GP, 18G, 35A, 53 PTS) set in the 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons.                                                                                              


LEAGUE LEADERS: David Pacan is tied for the league elad in goals at 35 with Florida's Brendan O;Donnell. Vallorani is alone in third in league points with 73 (27G, 46A). Zach Fucale is tied for fourth in shutouts with three and is fifth in wins with 23.                                            


ALL TIME BEAST: Beast Captain Brandon Marino already took over the Beast all-time assist record earlier this season and now he has his eyes on a bigger prize. Marino is just one point back of tying Jason Pitton for the club's all-time points record, currently set at 100. Pitton set the mark with 136 games played. Marino recorded his 99 points through only 100 games played.                                        


TIGHT NORTH DIVISION: The Reading Royals surged ahead to claim top spot in the division with 76 points. The Beast are in second with 75 points. The Manchester Monarchs are in third place with 73.  Occupying the fourth spot in the division are the Adirondack Thunder at 72 points, while the Wheeling Nailers, last season's Eastern Conference champs, are on the outside looking in with 64 points.  Elmira is in a distant sixth place with 36 points.                                               


HEAD TO HEAD MATCHUP: Today's game closes the season series between these two clubs. Heading into today's game, the Beast own a 3-4-1-1 record against the Walleye. David Pacan has nine points (4G, 5A) in seven games against Toledo this season.      


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