Brampton Beast

Brampton Beast

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SWISS CHALET PREVIEW: Brampton Beast at Manchester Monarchs

05/01/2017 2:55 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 bounce back after a Game Two loss and get their revenge against the Manchester Monarchs in the first of three games at SNHU Arena on Monday night.                                      


MANCHESTER MEMORIES: During the regular season, the Beast made only one visit to SNHU Arena in Manchester and skated away with a 6-5 overtime victory on February 24. Chris Leveille led the way with two goals nd an assist, while David Pacan netted a pair of goals and David Vallorani added three helpers. Reggie Traccitto scored 23 seconds into OT to tive the Beast the win.                                             


A WELL DISCIPLINED TEAM: Of all remaining teams in the Kelly Cup Playoffs, the Beast are the least penalized team in the ECHL. Brampton has been assessed only 68 minutes in penalties through eight games played, an average of only 8.5 PIMs per game. The Beast and the Fort Wayne Komets are the only remaining teams who have yet to take a major penalty or a misconduct.                                             


SHOOTING FROM THE BLUE LINE: Jordan Henry and Willie Corrin rank one and two in shots on goal among defensemen with 35 and 25 respectively.                                      


THE PUCK STOPS HERE: Beast netminder Zach Fucale remains one of the most dominant goaltenders in the Kelly Cup Playoffs. He leads the league in goals against average (1.53), ranks first among active goaltenders with a .953 save percentage and has allowed more than two goals in a game only once.                                         


LEADING THE WAY: Jordan Henry remains the Beast's leading scorer heading into Game Three with eight points (3G, 5A). Luke Pither is the club's leading forward with six points (1G, 5A) in eight games played, while Brandon MacLean, the club's leading goal scorer, is third on the team with five points (4G, 1A).                                        


HEATING UP: In spite of the low goal-scoring numbers throughout the Kelly Cup Playoffs, several Beast skaters hve amassed impressive numbers of late. Luke Pither owns the longest point streak on the Beast at three games (1G, 2A). David Vallorani has points in back-to-back games and Jordan Henry has four points in his last three games (1G, 4A).                                         


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