Brampton, ONT – The Adirondack Thunder were unable to extend their point streak to eight games as they fell 3-0 to the Brampton Beast on Tuesday morning at the Powerade Centre.
After a scoreless first period, Brampton opened the scoring 9:30 into the middle stanza as defenseman Jordan Henry collected his eighth goal of the season to put the Beast ahead 1-0. Forward Brandon Marino fed the puck back to the left point to Henry, who sent a shot that eluded Adirondack netminder Mason McDonald through traffic for the game’s first goal. Marino picked up the lone assist on the play, his 37th of the season.
With less than 13 minutes to play in the game, the Beast doubled their advantage as Brandon MacLean netted his 20th goal of the season to put Brampton up 2-0. With Brampton in the attacking zone, MacLean collected a loose puck and beat McDonald from a tight angle for the tally. Brampton defenseman Willie Corrin collected the only helper for the hosts, his ninth assist of the season.
With less than three minutes to play in regulation, Brampton iced the game as Marino sent the puck into the empty net for his second point of the evening.
The Thunder are back in action this weekend as they visit Cincinnati and Kalamazoo for three games to begin the chase for the 2017 Kelly Cup. Adirondack Thunder individual and group ticket packages are also 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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