FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9TH & SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10TH (7:30 PM NST)
Newfoundland Growlers (9-5-0-0, 18 PTS) vs. Manchester Monarchs (4-4-1-1, 10 PTS)
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The Newfoundland Growlers wrap up their four-game home stand with a pair of weekend games against the Manchester Monarchs, ECHL affiliate of the Los Angeles Kings. The Growlers are 2-0 against the Monarchs this season.
Brady Ferguson led the way with a three-point night as the Newfoundland Growlers defeated the Worcester Railers 5-2 Wednesday night at Mile One Centre. Josh Kestner, J.J. Piccinich, Marcus Power, and Giorgio Estephan along with Ferguson tallied for the Growlers who extended their winning streak to four games. Mario Culina made 15 saves in his Mile One Centre debut, and improved to 2-0 on the season.
Nov. 8: F Scott Trask released from contract
- The Growlers occupy the first-place position in the ECHL with 18 points
- Brady Ferguson leads the ECHL in scoring with 19 points, and is sporting a four-game point streak putting up 11 points (4G, 7A)
- Giorgio Estephan has a six-game point streak amassing 10 points (4G, 6A)
- The Monarchs enter the weekend on a two-game losing streak
- Tony Cameranesi leads the Monarchs in scoring with 12 points
- Matt Marcinew has four points in his last four games
November 2nd – 4-3 Newfoundland Growlers (OT)
Josh Kestner was the overtime hero in the Growlers first time going past regulation in franchise history as the Newfoundland Growlers defeated the Manchester Monarchs 4-3 at the SNHU Arena in Manchester, New Hampshire. Kestner also tallied in regulation for a two-goal evening and Brady Ferguson had the other two Growlers goals. Matt Marcinew and David Kolomatis had multi-point nights for the Monarchs. Michael Garteig made 27 saves in the win.