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THUNDER CROWNED BY MONARCHS 3-1

Sunday, March 10th
THUNDER CROWNED BY MONARCHS 3-1

GLENS FALLS, NY – The Adirondack Thunder ran into a hot goaltender in Manchester’s Charles Williams, who stopped 39 of 40 shots in a Monarchs’ 3-1 victory.  James Henry tallied the only Thunder goal as Stick It To Cancer Weekend wrapped up in front of a crowd of 4,140 at Cool Insuring Arena.

The goal scoring started when the Monarchs headed to a powerplay after Jakob Reichert was called for slashing at 9:00 of the first period. Manchester captain David Kolamatis set up Tony Cameranesi who ripped a slap shot from the right point deflecting off Thunder goaltender Logan Thompson’s stick for his 20th goal of the season. That gave Manchester a 1-0 lead just twenty seconds into the man advantage. 

The Monarchs would convert on a defensive turnover just 3:34 later to make it 2-0. Thunder defenseman Kelly Summers sent a puck behind his own net that caromed off of the skate of referee Steven Rouillard, bounced on his own goal and Pavel Jenys deposited the rebound past Thompson.

Adirondack was 1-for-6 on the powerplay. On their fifth try, Matias Cleland got the puck to the right point for Pete MacArthur, who then executed a “slap-pass” right onto the tape of Thunder captain James Henry to cut the Monarch lead to just one at 10:46 of the second period. The goal was Henry’s 13th of the season and his 4th on the powerplay. 

Daniil Miromanov got the two-goal lead back for the Monarchs by receiving a drop pass from Jenys and fired a wrister past Thompson at 17:53 of the second period. 

There was no scoring in the third period as the Thunder failed to capitalize with their goaltender pulled. Adirondack fell in regulation, 3-1, despite outshooting Manchester 40-31. Manchester’s goaltender Williams was named first star of the game. Thompson stopped 28 of 31 shots for the Thunder. The loss drops Adirondack to 30-21-5-3, just one-point ahead of the Maine Mariners in second-place in the ECHL’s North Division standings.

The Thunder are back on home ice for a three-in-three this weekend, starting Friday against the North Division leading Newfoundland Growlers. Puck drop is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. in Glens Falls. For the latest Thunder news, follow the team on all social media @ECHLThunder.

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