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Greenville drops Game 4
Series tied 2-2

Jeff Malcolm (Greenville Road Warriors)
Posted by Jess Rubenstein
May 9, 2014 at 06:23 am

OK I had my games wrong as the Road Warriors dropped game 3 not 4. Also if you were not aware the Wheeling Nailers are the ECHL farm team of the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Montreal Canadians. So here courtesy of Andy Zilch of the Greenville Road Warriors is the game report.

Greenville, SC: The Road Warriors were defeated by the Wheeling Nailers 3-2 Thursday night, unable to make a comeback after Scott Arnold scored early in the third period.

Tyler Fernandez gave Wheeling the lead 6:48 when he tipped a shot past goaltender Jeff Malcolm. Chaz Johnston and Paul Cianfrini were awarded the assists on the forward’s first professional goal of the playoffs. Justin Vaive tied the game on a 3-on-2 with Andrew Rowe and Michael St. Croix. With 1:19 left in the period, Wheeling regained the lead when Mike Ratchuk scored off the faceoff. The period ended with the Road Warriors trailing 2-1.

Wheeling increased their lead to 3-1 5:23 into the second period when Sahir Gill scored an unassisted shorthanded goal on Malcolm. Greenville outshot Wheeling 15-11 during the period, but goaltender Mike Condon held off all their chances. The period ended with the Road Warriors down 3-1.

Arnold cut the Nailers lead to 3-2 just 5:40 into the third period when snuck a one-timer past Condon with Andrew Yogan and Mike Marcou tallying the assists. The Road Warriors pulled Malcolm had a 6-on-3 power play late in the third period, but were unable to capitalize and make another comeback. Condon finished the game with 46 saves. Malcolm took the loss with 33 saves.

The Road Warriors are back in action tomorrow night when they host Wheeling for Game 5 of the 2014 Kelly Cup Playoffs at 7:00 p.m. The game can be heard live by clicking on the listen live link on The Road Warriors homepage or by watching via America One.

How the Baby Rangers did

Jeff Malcolm (2013 UFA) make his 1st career playoff start stopped 33 out of 36.

Jason Missiaen (2011 UFA) was the backup goalie and DNP

Samuel Noreau (2011 5th) was scoreless on 1 shot and “even”

Andrew Yogan (2010 4th) had a primary assist for his 5th assist and 9th overall point which is good for 2nd in team scoring. Yogan was also a -1 on 6 shots

Michael St, Croix (2011 4th) had a secondary assist for his 6th assist and 8th point which is good for 3rd in team scoring. St. Croix was “even” on 5 shots

Josh Nicholls (2012 UFA) was scoreless on 2 shots and a -2.


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