Five-Game Win Streak
March 14, 2023
Lehigh Valley, PA – The Lehigh Valley Phantoms carry a five-game win streak as they continue a homestand with games at PPL Center on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday in a rivalry weekend that includes a pair of games against Hershey followed by a Sunday matinee finale against Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. Lehigh Valley impressively swept three straight games last weekend with a win at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton on Friday followed by home-ice victories over Belleville and Utica on Saturday and Sunday.
The Phantoms are tied with Springfield for fourth place in the Atlantic Division in a battle for a home-ice playoff advantage in the first round. The top six teams qualify for the Calder Cup Playoffs. There are 13 games remaining in the regular season with eight at home.
Friday, March 10, 2023
Phantoms 4 – Penguins 1
Cooper Marody began his big weekend with a pair of goals while Ronnie Attard and Max Willman also contributed to the attack in a 4-1 win at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton on Friday. Sam Ersson made 25 saves including some key stops in the third to outduel Dustin Tokarski. The Phantoms were clinging to a one-goal lead before a pair of late empty-netters sealed the win.
Saturday, March 11, 2023
Phantoms 4 – Senators 3 (OT)
Cooper Marody’s 6-on-5 hat-trick goal with just 48.5 seconds remaining brought the flying sombreros to open Hockey Fiesta Weekend and then Ronnie Attard scored the winner in overtime in a thrilling overtime triumph at PPL Center over the Belleville Senators. Each of Marody’s goals pulled the Phantoms to even in a game in which they next led until the very end. It was Lehigh Valley’s first overtime win at PPL Center this season following four road wins in extra-time for the team.
Sunday, March 12, 2023
Phantoms 5 – Comets 2
Tyson Foerster and Elliot Desnoyers impressively returned to the Phantoms from their quick stint with the Flyers y scoring consecutive goals just 79 seconds apart in the second period as part of a 5-2 win over the Utica Comets on Sunday evening at PPL Center. Garrett Wilson scored a key power-play goal with 5:59 left to put the Phantoms ahead 3-1 followed by Willman and Marody sealing the victory with empty-net tallies. Nolan Maier had a strong 27-save performance in the victory.
21-year-old Tyson Foerster was recalled to the Philadelphia Flyers and made his NHL debut at Carolina last Thursday. The Flyers first-round selection in 2020 has scored 19-20-39 with…
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