Gameday: Rampage Vs Ontario – 3pm CT

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San Antonio Rampage

3-4-0   6 Points   %0.429

6th in Pacific Division

GF: 17   GA: 15

 

VS

PrintOntario Reign

2-1-2   6 Points   %0.600

4th in Central Division

GF: 17   GA: 17

Rampage Leaders

Goals:  JT Compher – 3
Assists:  AJ Greer/Rocco Grimaldi – 5
Points:  Greer/Grimaldi – 7
PIM:  Chris Bigras – 12
Wins: Spencer Martin – 3
GAA:  Martin – 1.74
Save %:  Martin – 0.935

Reign Leaders

Goals:  Michael Mersch- 3
Assists:  Jonny Brodzinski – 5
Points: Brodzinski – 7
PIM:  Michael Latta – 20
Wins:  None on active roster
GAA:  Jonah Imoo – 3.32
Save %:  Imoo- 0.872

After losing their first four games at home, the Rampage have righted the ship, winning their last three games, all on the road. They will face off against the Ontario Reign this afternoon, hoping to change their fortunes on home ice.

The Rampage have climbed to 6th place in the division thanks to their recent winning streak. The defense has been very good – just as they have been all year – and Spencer Martin has been award worthy this past week. The difference between this week and the previous two, though, has been the offense. The Rampage averaged four goals per game on the road trip, anchored by a terrific effort from the Greer-Compher-Grimaldi line. Additionally, the top line, which has struggled mightily in the early going, finally got going in Friday’s 4-1 win over Cleveland. Both Joe Whitney and Mike Sislo picked up their first points as members of the silver & black, and Jim O’Brien added his first goal as well.

The already strong defense got a nice boost from recent PTO signee Matt Lashoff who filled in for an injured Chris Bigras. They could get another boost this afternoon in the form of Mason Geertsen. Geertsen took warmups Friday night and could return to the lineup today for the first time this season.

 

Team hasn’t posted the line chart as of now. Update to follow…

 

 

Injuries:
Chris Bigras (undisclosed) – Not known how long he’ll be out
Jeremy Smith (undisclosed) – Day-to-day
Turner Elson (LBI) – Day-to-day
Reid Petryk (Broken foot) – Out 2-4 weeks

 

After today’s homecoming, the Rampage will head out on a six games in 12 days California road trip. The good guys will have games against Bakersfield, San Jose (2), Ontario, and Stockton (2). The next home game will be the Cool School Kids Day game on Nov 15th against San Jose.

All games can be heard on Ticket760 or purchased on AHLLive.com

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