12/30/2016 10:35 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, are looking capture their 10th victory in their past 11 games and push their winning streak to five games as they play their first post-Christmas game against the Toledo Walleye
DYNAMIC DAVIDS: David Vallorani and David Pacan continue to shine on a night-to-night basis for the Brampton Beast. Vallorani, who picked up a goal and an assist against Fort Wayne on Dec. 23, leads the team with 38 points, while Pacan's 19 goals not only leads the team but is good for a place in the top five in ECHL goal scoring.
DAGS IS READY: Andrew D'Agostini didn't have the busiest night of his career in the Beast's 6-1 victory over the Komets on December 23 but he stopped all but one of the 12 shots he faced to pick up his second consecutive victory. He now boasts a 3.21 goals against average and a .885 save percentage in five games played this season.
THE MIGHTY WALLEYE: The Beast have squared off twice already this season and picked up a pair of points in a pair of extra time losses on Oct. 21 (6-5 SOL) and Oct. 22 (6-5 OTL). These teams will meet 7 more times before the end of the season.
GOALS ANYONE?: With an impressive six-goall outburst against Fort Wayne on Dec. 23, the Beast currently sit with 110 goals scored in 28 games played. The Beast are currently averaging four goals per game over the first four games of their current eight-game road trip.
DECEMBER TO REMEMBER: The Brampton Beast continue to build upon a record month for wins. Their 6-1 win over Fort Wayne was their 10th December victory (10-2). Prior to December 2016, the most victories this franchise recorded in one month was six in November 2015. Including tonight, the Beast still have two more games to play before January rolls around.
IN GOOD STANDING(S): The Beast entered the holiday break tied for second in the entire Eastern Conference with 37 points in 28 games played. The Beast trail only the Manchester Monarchs for first place in the North Division. The Monarchs had 40 points in 29 games heading into the break.
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