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THUNDER SWEEP WEEKEND SET IN MANCHESTER WITH 3-1 VICTORY

Sunday, November 6th
THUNDER SWEEP WEEKEND SET IN MANCHESTER WITH 3-1 VICTORY

Manchester, NH – The Adirondack Thunder swept their weekend set against the Manchester Monarchs with a 3-1 victory on Sunday afternoon at SNHU Arena.

The Thunder opened the scoring 9:36 into the game as forward Alexander Fedoseyev scored the first goal of his Thunder career. After Fedoseyev helped win the puck in the corner, teammate James Henry collected it and circled the net before he hit Fedoseyev at the back post for the tap-in goal. The tally was the first of Fedoseyev’s ECHL career and his second point in as many career games, while Henry and Gunnar Hughes collected the assists on the play, giving Hughes points in bac-to-back nights.

Adirondack capitalized on the man advantage 3:08 into the second period to double their lead. Ty Loney one-touched a James Henry stretch pass to a streaking Matt Bailey, who moved in on a partial breakaway and beat Manchester netminder Sam Brittain with a backhanded shot. The goal for Bailey was his second in as many nights and extended his scoring streak to five games since he joined the team. Henry and Loney collected the assists on the play, giving Henry two on the night, his first multi-point game of the season.

Manchester got on the board late in the second period as they capitalized on an Adirondack turnover in their own end to cut the Thunder’s advantage to 2-1. Monarchs’ forward Joe Diamond stole the puck right in front of the Adirondack net and put his wrist shot over Thunder netminder Mason McDonald’s shoulder for his team’s first goal of the afternoon. The tally for Diamond, which was unassisted, was his fourth of the season.

The visitors capitalized on the man advantage for the second time on the evening as Mikkel Aagaard converted 5:49 into the third period. After Roman Dyukov’s shot missed the net, Loney collected the rebound and hit an uncovered Aagaard on the left, who put the puck into the gaping net. The tally for Aagaard was his fourth of the season and his second in as many nights, marking the third straight road game in which Adirondack has converted twice on the man advantage. Loney and Dyukov collected the helpers on the play, the second straight multi-point game for Loney.

The Thunder continue their stretch of eight consecutive road games as they head out West to take on the Idaho Steelheads for their next three games, followed by three against the Utah Grizzlies. Adirondack Thunder individual and group ticket packages are available for just $13 per ticket in addition to new Thunder mini-packs, consisting of four tickets and a gift card to a local restaurant for just $65. Call 518-480-3355 x1 or visit ECHLThunder.com/tickets to customize a plan and reserve your seat locations today.

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