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Game Recap: Chicago (1) at Tucson (4)

Game Recap: Chicago (1) at Tucson (4)

Roadrunners Recap: 1/25/23

Game #41: Chicago Wolves (1) at Tucson Roadrunners (4)

SOG: CHI (22) – TUC (40)

PP: CHI (0/2) – TUC (1/4)

CHICAGO SCORING: Cavan Fitzgerald (1)

TUCSON SCORING: Boko Imama (3), Hudson Elynuik (4), Laurent Dauphin (16 PP), Adam Cracknell (14 EN)

ROADRUNNERS SECURE TWO-GAME SERIES SWEEP OVER CHICAGO WITH 4-1 VICTORY WEDNESDAY

Tucson, Arizona – The Tucson Roadrunners defeated the Chicago Wolves 4-1 on Wednesday to secure a two-game sweep over the defending Calder Cup Champions, as well as their third win in their last four outings from the Tucson Arena. Four different Roadrunners lit the lamp in the win, while linemates Mike Carcone (2a) and Adam Cracknell (1g 1a) notched multiple-point performances. Goaltender Ivan Prosvetov stopped 21 of 22 shots faced for Tucson to earn his 11th win of the season.

YA GOTTA SEE IT

Roadrunners Forward Hudson Elynuik gave Tucson a multi-goal lead in the first period of Wednesday’s eventual 4-1 win over the visiting Chicago Wolves, as he converted a shot from a tough angle for his fourth goal of the season. Elynuik (1g) and his linemates Mike Carcone (2a) and Adam Cracknell (1g 1a) combined for two of the Roadrunners four goals scored, as well as five of their nine total points.

DON’T OVERLOOK IT

PUCKS TO THE NET – Tucson tallied 40 total shots on goal in Wednesday’s win over the Wolves, including 20 in the first period alone. Their 40 shots on Chicago backstop Zachary Sawchenko were the most in a game by the Roadrunners since they recorded 47 total shots on December 10 against the Ontario Reign. In addition, Wednesday’s opening frame featured the most shots in a single period for Tucson since they fired off 23 in the second period of the same December 10 matchup with Ontario. Forward Hudson Elynuik and defenseman Cam Dineen were tied for the team lead Wednesday with five shots on goal apiece, as 14 different Roadrunners officially sent a puck toward Sawchenko.

PHOTO OF THE GAME

Forward Mike Carcone notched his 16th multiple-point performance of the season on Wednesday with a pair of assists in Tucson’s 4-1 win over the Chicago Wolves. The outing extended Carcone’s active scoring streak to 12 games, with 23 total points (10g 13a) during that span for the 2023 AHL All-Star. With 54 points (21g 33a) in just 34 games played, Carcone is 13 points shy of the Roadrunners…

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