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TRENTON DEVILS (22-33-2-5, 51pts) vs ELMIRA JACKALS (29-24-6-2, 66pts) Game 63 ◦ Sunday, March 13, 2011 ◦ 4:00 p.m. ◦ Sun National Bank Center, Trenton, NJ

# Name IR AHL

AHL IR

IR

ATO IR

AHL

2 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 33 34

T.J. Miller Andy Thomas Harry Young Bryan Haczyk Martin Nolet Trevor Kell Tony Zancanaro Myles Stoesz Darcy Zajac Matt Lombardi Matt Vokes Ryan Ginand Dan Charleston Ryan Hayes Brad Miller Kory Nagy Mike Potacco Taylor Vichorek J.S. Berube Ben Farrer Dave Leaderer Justin Pender Jordon Southorn Matt Germain Matt Godlewski Jeff Prough

# Name

AHL EBG

1 Jeff Lerg 35 Dave Caruso 40 Anthony Felice # Name

AHL AHL AHL

AHL AHL

2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 15 16 17 19 20 23 25 27 28 29 37 44 71 93

David Sloane R.J. Anderson Drew Paris Patrick Coulombe Chris Frank Eric Lampe Oren Eizenman Yannick Tifu Justin Barr Tristin Llewellyn Michael Dubuc Ryan Hillier Chris Affinati Billy Siers Matt Krug Andrew Sweetland Justin Donati Josh Brittain Eric Regan A.J. Perry Dale Mahovsky Andrew Willock Vinny Geonnetti

# Name

34 Jared DeMichiel 35 Marco Cousineau

Pos. Sh.

Ht.

Wt.

D.O.B.

09.15.86 11.14.85 11.12.89 05.16.87 10.02.86 06.23.86 06.04.82 02.15.87 09.23.86 11.09.87 09.03.85 04.01.86 11.27.84 06.04.89 01.31.86 10.12.89 06.04.82 08.25.88 06.20.90 10.07.88 07.31.86 10.25.88 05.15.90 04.06.86 02.16.87 04.20.86

Trenton Devils GP G A

Hometown

D D D F D F F F F F F F F F D F F F F F D D D F D F

L R L R L R L R R R R L L R R L R R L L L L L L L R

6'4 6'2 6’4 5'9 6'3 6’0 5’5 6’1 6'1 5’11 6’1 5’9 5'8 5'10 5’10 5’11 5’10 6’8 6’3 6’3 5'11 6’4 6'3 5’11 6’1 5’10

210 210 215 175 205 185 170 210 200 200 190 180 180 180 170 195 185 250 195 185 190 215 200 195 195 180

G G G

L L L

5’6 6’1 5’11

155 04.09.86 Livonia, MI 205 06.18.82 Roswell, GA 200 01.24.74 Bronx, NY

Pos. Ct.

Pos. Sh.

D D D D D F F F F D F F F F D F F F D F F F D

R R R L L L L L L L L R L R R L R L R L R R L

Pos. Ct.

G G

L L

Ht.

Wt.

D.O.B.

Placentia, CA Bow, NH Windsor, ON Nutley, NJ Quebec City, PQ Thunder Bay, ON Trenton, MI Steinbach, MB Winnipeg, MAN Milton, MA Auburn, MA Milford, MA Oak Forest, IL Syracuse, NY Alpharetta, GA Walsingham, ON Kinnelon, NJ Moose Lake, MN Matane, PQ Calgary, AB Rochester, NY St. Johns, NL Montreal, PQ Rockland, MA Elk River, MN Dearborn Heights, MI

Hometown

22 40 3 1 41 35 51 27 32 56 24 61 28 54 41 47 14 58 34 0 58 52 25 0 1 43

GP W

1 2 0 0 3 13 8 1 6 17 7 28 11 20 7 9 1 4 10 0 5 2 0 0 0 20

5 4 1 1 6 19 14 3 17 13 13 41 18 22 14 12 2 11 12 0 22 12 5 0 0 13

0 3 0

Elmira Jackals GP G A

Hometown

Ht.

Wt.

D.O.B.

6'4 6-0 6-4 5-9 6-1 5-11 6-0 5-11 6'0 6-1 6-2 6-0 5'8 6-2 6-0 6-2 5-10 6-5 6-3 5-11 6-0 6'0 6-1

220 195 200 180 230 170 190 193 187 179 177 198 170 210 230 204 180 230 200 195 188 205 195

04.06.85 07.16.86 05.12.88 04.23.85 01.08.86 03.31.86 03.27.85 10.12.84 08.09.84 05.02.89 06.29.88 01.25.88 10.05.70 03.20.87 07.07.85 10.21.86 10.17.86 01.03.90 05.20.88 01.12.87 01.12.85 06.18.85 05.21.88

Ht.

Wt.

D.O.B.

6-1 6-0

180 04.16.85 Avon, CT 26 14 10 0 200 11.09.89 St. Lazare, PQ 38 19 12 4

Hometown

16 53 59 50 23 38 14 53 4 22 37 40 4 9 57 38 59 36 43 57 17 3 1

GP W

6 6 1 1 9 32 22 4 23 30 20 69 29 42 21 21 3 15 22 0 27 14 5 0 0 33

-13 -10 +1 +1 +4 +8 -11 -3 +8 -5 -7 +3 -7 0 -3 -2 +2 +13 -2 0 -13 -22 -9 0 0 -14

L OTL SOL SO GAA

19 8 10 0 20 5 10 1 1 0 0 0

Ambler, PA Lino Lakes, MN Pointe-Claire, PQ St. Fabien, PQ Lynwood, WA Madison, WI Toronto, ON Brossard, PQ Chicago, IL Ann Arbour, MI Granby, PQ Halifax, NS Highland Park, IL Mount Prospect, IL Livonia, MI Bonavista, NF Oakville, ON Milton, ON Whitby, ON Peterborough, ON Fort Saskatchewan, AB Mississauga, ON Philadelphia, PA

PTS +/- PIM Notes

0 7 4 11 0 17 5 22 1 1 23 3 0 1 3 21 23 3 9 18 3 1 0

1 29 14 22 5 17 14 43 0 5 14 7 0 2 10 7 62 7 24 19 3 0 0

Placed on 21-day IR, 1/16 Reassigned by New Jersey from Albany to Trenton 3/3 Assigned from Trenton to Albany, 2/22 Assist in pro debut; played w/ NJ Hitmen & Seton Hall Prep 3 points last five games Assist and shootout tally Friday vs. Toledo 146 career games at Providence College (Hockey East) 47 PIM in 5 games vs. Elmira in ‘09-10 Called up to AHL-Albany, 2/18 Two goals and shootout goal Friday vs. Toledo Placed on 21-day IR Thursday 3 goals, 3 assists over last 4 games Has points in 6 straight games against Elmira 11 shots last 2 games Placed on 3-day IR Thursday Reassigned by New Jersey from Albany to Trenton 3/3

First professional goal Wednesday at Reading Played last season for Hamline University (MIAC) Reassigned by New Jersey from Albany to Trenton 3/9 Signed ATO with Devils 3/12 after 4 years at Providence Leads Trenton defensemen in assists (22) and points (27) Transferred to 7-day IR Thursday Assist Friday vs. Toledo in first game since Feb. 5 Signed SPC with Devils 3/12 after 4 years at Providence Made pro debut Friday after 102 GP at Priceton Univ. Recalled by AHL-Albany, 2/07

SV% Notes

0 3.35 0.892 0 3.24 0.910 0 26.87 0.667

Leads Trenton goalies with 8 wins, SOW Friday v. Toledo Recalled to Albany today Attended Fordham Prep in the Bronx

PTS +/- PIM Notes

1 36 18 33 5 34 19 65 1 6 37 10 0 3 13 28 85 10 33 37 6 1 0

+2 +13 -1 +7 0 -3 +11 +14 0 +3 0 -4 0 +3 -4 -6 -4 0 -1 +6 +3 +1 0

L OTL SOL SO GAA

0 1

6 25 12 0 33 36 41 132 35 28 14 48 99 36 20 23 0 82 70 0 40 42 22 0 0 38

10 38 35 32 89 12 6 91 0 14 56 6 7 18 101 10 54 88 53 42 10 7 0

7 games with Cincinnati (ECHL) earlier this season Drafted by Philadelphia, 4th round, '04 Recalled by Toronto, 3/12 Loaned to Milwaukee 2/27 Returned from Bridgeport, 3/11 Recalled by Syracuse, 3/03 Assigned from AHL-Connecticut 3/12 20 points against Trenton this season Signed contract 3/05 Made season debut, Jan. 16 vs. Toledo Leads the team with 12 power play goals Drafted by NY Rangers, 3rd round, '06 Made Elmira debut, 3/05 Made Elmira debut, 2/25 Realled by AHL-Chicago, 3/9 Loaned to Binghamton 2/21 Leads ECHL in assists and points Recalled by AHL-Syracuse, 01/02 12 games w/ AHL Syracuse earlier this season Sixth in the ECHL in scoring in 2009-2010 Started the season w/ Newcastle in the UK 23 points in final season with SUNY-Plattsburgh Signed with Elmira 3/12

SV% Notes

1 2.66 0.913 0 3.08 0.901

Assigned by Hersehey today; 26 GP w/ South Carolina 49 career wins w/ Baie Comeau (QMJHL)


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TRENTON DEVILS (22-33-2-5, 51pts) vs ELMIRA JACKALS (29-24-6-2, 66pts) Game 63 ◦ Sunday, March 13, 2011 ◦ 4:00 p.m. ◦ Sun National Bank Center, Trenton, NJ Eastern Conference Standings ATLANTIC

GP

W

L

OTL

SOL

PTS

L

OTL

SOL

PTS

L

OTL

SOL

PTS

L

OTL

SOL

PTS

L

OTL

SOL

PTS

Reading Elmira Trenton

61 61 62

38 29 22

18 24 33

Greenville South Carolina Florida Gwinnett

62 63 62 62

37 33 32 29

21 26 26 26

Kalamazoo Wheeling Cincinnati Toledo

61 62 61 61

34 31 27 28

20 28 25 28

SOUTH

NORTH

GP

GP

W

W

Western Conference Standings MOUNTAIN

GP

W

x Alaska x Idaho Utah Victoria

61 63 61 62

38 29 30 27

20 22 25 32

x Las Vegas x Bakersfield x Stockton Ontario

60 62 62 63

35 34 31 22

20 25 22 35

PACIFIC

GP

W

2 6 2

3 2 1 2

2 0 6 3 2 4 4 1

3 2 4 2

3 2 5

1 2 3 5

5 3 3 2 1 8 2 2

2 1 5 4

PCT

GF

GA

PIM

ROAD

LAST TEN

ROAD

LAST TEN

ROAD

LAST TEN

ROAD

LAST TEN

ROAD

LAST TEN

0.664 0.541 0.411

212 220 190

181 217 224

899 1282 1126

20-8-1-2 16-12-3-1 12-15-1-3

18-10-1-1 13-12-3-1 10-18-1-2

78 70 68 65

0.629 0.556 0.548 0.524

213 170 207 180

172 178 191 205

884 887 1089 1104

20-9-1-0 20-11-1-1 17-10-0-2 15-10-1-2

17-12-2-1 13-15-1-1 15-16-1-1 14-16-1-3

75 65 63 61

0.615 0.524 0.516 0.500

221 196 172 199

199 188 194 224

1027 1069 1115 1057

19-10-0-1 16-13-0-2 15-14-2-2 14-15-1-1

15-10-2-4 15-15-0-1 12-11-4-1 14-13-2-1

PCT

PCT

PCT

GF

GF

GF

GA

GA

GA

PIM

PIM

PIM

HOME

HOME

HOME

79 70 66 57

0.648 0.556 0.541 0.460

200 200 172 179

158 187 182 199

808 1005 1463 1302

23-7-2-1 15-10-1-6 12-17-3-0 12-16-1-1

15-13-0-0 14-12-3-2 18-8-1-2 15-16-0-1

75 71 71 50

0.625 0.573 0.573 0.397

194 192 193 165

168 187 182 239

833 1318 1370 1192

17-10-1-0 20-9-1-0 14-11-1-3 10-21-0-2

18-10-2-2 14-16-1-1 17-11-3-2 12-14-2-2

PCT

GF

GA

Today in the ECHL

Wheeling Nailers (31-28-3) at Kalamazoo Wings (34-20-7) 4 p.m. ET · Wheeling’s Patrick Killeen is tied for the league lead with three shutouts. · Andrew Fournier leads Kalamazoo against the Nailers with six goals and nine points. · Nailers are 17-1-1 when leading after two periods. · K-Wings are first on the power play at home at 28.1 percent (45-for-160). Cincinnati Cyclones (27-25-9) at South Carolina Stingrays (33-26-4) 4 p.m. ET · Dustin Sproat leads Cincinnati against the Stingrays with five goals and six points. · Trent Campbell leads South Carolina in plus-minus with a +13. · Cyclones are 19-6-5 when scoring first. · Stingrays are fourth with 29.17 shots-against per game. Elmira Jackals (29-24-8) at Trenton Devils (22-33-7) 4 p.m. ET · Elmira’s R.J. Anderson is tied for the league lead among defensemen with 36 points (7g-29a). · Ryan Ginand leads Trenton against the Jackals with 10 goals and 16 points. · Jackals are first with 15 shorthanded goals. · Devils are first with 35.81 shots per game. Greenville Road Warriors (37-21-4) at Florida Everblades (32-26-4) 5 p.m. ET · Brendan Connolly leads Greenville against the Everblades with seven goals. · Florida’s Alexandre Imbeault is on a six-game point streak (3g-6a). · Road Warriors are 28-9-1 when scoring first. · Everblades are first on the penalty kill at 86.4 percent (242-for-280). Toledo Walleye (28-28-5) at Reading Royals (38-18-5) 5:05 p.m. ET · Toledo’s Andy Bohmbach is on a seven-game point streak (2g-11a). · Reading’s Ben Gordon is fourth with 202 shots. · Walleye are 12-6-5 in one-goal games. · Royals are 24-5-3 when scoring first. Stockton Thunder (31-22-9) at Utah Grizzlies (30-25-6) 4:05 p.m. MT · Fraser Clair leads Stockton against the Grizzlies with 12 points (4g-8a). · Kevin Deeth leads Utah in plus-minus with a +13. · Thunder are third with 33.65 shots per game. · Grizzlies are 18-5-3 when scoring first. Kelly Cup Playoffs Update Reading can clinch a berth in the Kelly Cup Playoffs on Sunday if: Reading wins in regulation/overtime AND Cincinnati loses in regulation Utah can clinch a berth in the Kelly Cup Playoffs on Sunday if: Utah wins in regulation/overtime ECHL All-Time Most Shots on Goal, Season 443 – Darren Colbourne, Dayton, 1991-92 397 – Darren Colbourne, Dayton, 1993-94 364 – Ryan Ginand, Trenton, 2010-11 360 – Bobby Russell, Jackson, 2000-01

HOME

81 66 51

PIM

HOME

STREAK

S/O

5-5-0-0 7-2-0-1 2-5-1-2

2-0-0-0 3-0-0-1 1-0-0-1

5-3 0-2 3-5

6-2-2-0 4-5-1-0 5-4-1-0 7-3-0-0

0-1-1-0 0-4-0-0 2-0-0-0 1-0-0-0

3-1 4-2 4-3 5-5

8-0-0-2 2-8-0-0 5-5-0-0 4-5-0-1

13-0-0-3 0-2-0-0 2-0-0-0 0-1-0-1

1-5 1-3 3-3 4-2

STREAK

STREAK

STREAK

S/O

S/O

S/O

8-1-0-1 5-4-1-0 2-7-0-1 3-7-0-0

5-0-0-0 0-2-0-0 0-1-0-0 0-5-0-0

2-1 5-8 2-2 2-2

5-3-1-1 8-2-0-0 4-6-0-0 4-5-0-1

0-1-0-0 5-0-0-0 1-0-0-0 1-0-0-0

4-2 4-1 5-5 2-4

STREAK

Recent ECHL Scores FRI, MARCH 11 Toledo 2 at Trenton 3 (SO) Gwinnett 1 at Elmira 2 Kalamazoo 4 at Wheeling 1 Stockton 2 at Utah 4 Idaho 4 at Bakersfield 6 Las Vegas 7 at Ontario 4 Victoria 1 at Alaska 6 SAT, MARCH 12 Cincinnati 2 at South Carolina 0 Greenville 3 at Florida 4 (OT) Toledo 2 at Reading 5 Wheeling 2 at Kalamazoo 4 Gwinnett 2 at Elmira 1 (SO) Stockton 6 at Utah 1 Idaho 1 at Bakersfield 2 Las Vegas 1 at Ontario 3 Victoria 1 at Alaska 3 Upcoming ECHL Schedule TUE, MARCH 15 Cincinnati at Gwinnett - 7:05 PM EDT Alaska at Las Vegas - 7:05 PM PDT WED, MARCH 16 Elmira at Trenton - 7:00 PM EDT Toledo at Wheeling - 7:05 PM EDT Alaska at Bakersfield - 7:00 PM PDT Utah at Victoria - 7:05 PM PDT THU, MARCH 17 South Carolina at Kalamazoo - 7:00 PM EDT Cincinnati at Greenville - 7:05 PM EDT Ontario at Las Vegas - 7:05 PM PDT FRI, MARCH 18 South Carolina at Toledo - 7:00 PM EDT Cincinnati at Greenville - 7:05 PM EDT Elmira at Reading - 7:05 PM EDT Trenton at Kalamazoo - 7:30 PM EDT Florida at Gwinnett - 7:35 PM EDT Ontario at Bakersfield - 7:00 PM PDT Alaska at Las Vegas - 7:05 PM PDT Utah at Victoria - 7:05 PM PDT Idaho at Stockton - 7:35 PM PDT

S/O


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TRENTON DEVILS (22-33-2-5, 51pts) vs ELMIRA JACKALS (29-24-6-2, 66pts) Game 63 ◦ Sunday, March 13, 2011 ◦ 4:00 p.m. ◦ Sun National Bank Center, Trenton, NJ

LOMBARDI LEADS TRENTON PAST TOLEDO, 3-2 Chris DiDomenico and Evan Rankin were the Walleye’s goal scorers and Thomas McCollum allowed two goals on 35 shots in regulation and overtime, but Toledo fell to Trenton for the fourth time in five meetings. After the Devils and Walleye combined to play Trenton’s first scoreless opening 40 minutes of the season, Matt Lombardi broke the stalemate at 2:29 of the third period. Lombardi’s strike came off a wrist shot from the right-wing circle that slipped past McCollum’s glove and Bryan Haczyk and Martin Nolet got the assists. For Haczyk, a native of Nutley, NJ, the assist was his first pro point after he signed his first pro contract Friday afternoon, while Nolet’s secondary helper gives him three points in the last five games. However, the Devils’ lead lasted just over six minutes, as a shot by Chris DiDomenico ricocheted past Lerg off a Trenton defenseman at 8:41 of the third. The Walleye then moved ahead a minute and a half later when Evan Rankin and Mike Hedden combined on a two-on one which resulted in a finish by Rankin, while the Walleye’s leading scorer, Andy Bohmbach, earned the secondary assist. Matt Lombardi scored two goals and a shootout tally as the Devils defeated the Toledo Walleye, 3-2. After taking the lead, the Walleye clamped down on the Devils and Trenton, NJ - After erasing a one-goal deficit with 25 seconds remaining maintained their advantage into the game’s final minute. However, with in the third period, the Trenton Devils used shootout goals by Ryan Jeff Lerg on the bench for an extra attacker, Matt Lombardi drew the Hayes, Matt Lombardi and Trevor Kell to defeat the Toledo Walleye, 3-2, Devils back even with 25 seconds left in the third period and Jordon at Sun National Bank Center. Southorn and Trevor Kell got assists. Before he scored Trenton’s second shootout goal, Matt Lombardi After continuing to play on even footing through a scoreless fivetallied twice in regulation time, including the game-tying scorer in the minute overtime, the Devils scored three shootout goals to earn the 3-2 game’s final 30 seconds when Trenton had pulled its goalie for an extra victory and end their eight-game winless streak. attacker. In his first start since February 27, Jeff Lerg made 26 saves Improving to 22-33-2-5, the Devils will look to build off their comeon 28 shots through regulation and overtime, while denying three of from-behind win when they battle the Elmira Jackals at Sun National Toledo’s four shootout attempts, to earn his team-leading eighth win of Bank Center Sunday at 4:00 p.m. the season. short-handed goals and has 85 points, the most in the ECHL. JACKALS COLLECT POINT IN 2-1 Gwinnett’s Michael Forney drove a puck through a screen and over the SHOOTOUT LOSS TO GLADIATORS stick of Marco Cousineau to give the Gladiators a power-play goal for the Elmira, N.Y. - The Elmira Jackals dropped a 2-1 decision in a shootout eighth-straight game, tying the score 1-1 at 15:37 of the first. on Saturday night to the Gwinnett Gladiators at First Arena in front of The teams went through the second, third, and overtime periods 4,106 fans. Elmira’s 11th sellout crowd of the season saw the Jackals take without a goal. In the shootout, the Gladiators received goals from Pat a point from the game and move into sole possession of sixth place in the Galivan and Forney as they earned their fifth shootout win of the season. Eastern Conference standings. Cousineau, who fell to 19-12-4-1 with a 36-save effort, upped his save Justin Donati scored Elmira’s league-leading 15th short-handed goal in percentage on the season to.901. Carrozzi improved to 16-14-1-4 with 31 the first period to put the Jackals on the board. A.J. Perry fed Donati from saves on 32 shots. the Jackals end to center ice, putting him on a breakaway. Donati’s forehand, With Wheeling falling to Kalamazoo in regulation, the Jackals snuck in backhand deke beat Gladiators netminder Chris Carrozzi stick side, giving front of the Nailers for sole possession of sixth place in the conference by the Jackals the 1-0 lead at 9:39. Donati is tied for the league lead with four earning their 66th point of the season. SCOUTING THE DEVILS SCOUTING THE JACKALS * The Jackals are in second place in the Atlantic Division, 6th place in * The Devils are in third place In the Atlantic Division, 11th place in the Eastern Conference and have a record of 22-33-3-5. The Devils look for the Eastern Conference and come to Trenton having gone 7-2-0-1 over their second straight win Sunday afternoon, after they used a last-minute their last 10 games. Elmira holds a 7-5-0-0 advantage in the season goal and three shootout tallies to break an eight-game winless streak series with Trenton and the clubs will meet three more times in the final three weeks of the regular season after today. Friday night against Toledo. * Elmira has scored 220 goals in 61 games (3.61 per game) and these * The Devils have scored 190 times in 62 games and their average of 3.06 goals-per-game is 13th in the league. Ryan Ginand leads Trenton in marks are second in the ECHL—a single goal behind Kalamazoo for all major offensive categories and is fifth in league scoring with 69 points the top offense. The Jackals’ top scorer is Justin Donati, who leads and has 16 points in the season series, while four of Elmira’s top five the ECHL with 62 assists and 85 points. Donati is trying to become scorers in the season series are up in the AHL. Ginand leads the ECHL the second Donati to win the ECHL scoring title in as many years as his twin brother, Tyler, won the 2009-10 scoring race and MVP honors with 364 shots, the third highest total in ECHL history. * Trenton has allowed 224 goals in 62 games (3.61 per game) which is while racking up 114 points, when Justin finished second with 104 17th in the ECHL. Jeff Lerg is the expected starting goalie this afternoon points. Tyler is currently on injured reserve. * The Jackals have given up 217 goals in 61 games (3.56 per game) and won his team-leading eighth game on Friday, after a goaltending swap on Friday morning brought Lerg back from Albany, while Dave which is 16th in the league. The Jackals have used nine goalies this season, while two of them, Mike Brodeur and Timo Pielmeier, are the Caruso was sent up to the AHL. * At even strength, Trenton is minus-17 and has tallied 132 times and only two goalies (and two of three players overall) who have appeared in the ECHL, AHL and NHL this season. Jared DeMichiel, who began allowed 149 goals. * Trenton’s power play was 0-for-2 Friday vs. Toledo and is without the season with South Carolina, was reassigned to Elmira from AHLa goal on its last 20 chances. The Devils’ last power play strike was a Hershey today. * At even strength, the Jackals are plus-nine and have 149 scores-for game-tying score in the third period at Elmira February 27. * The Devils’ power play has scored 51 times in 306 chances and 140 against. * With 56 goals in 310 opportunities, Elmira’s power-play unit (16.7/15th) and their penalty kill has allowed 61 in 282 times shorthanded (78.4%/17th). However, Trenton did not allow a single power-chance to functions at 18.1%, which is 10th in the league. The Jackals’ penalty the Walleye in Friday night’s affair, which is the only time this season the killers have allowed 61 markers in 314 chances (80.6%) for 15th best in the ECHL. Devils have accomplished that feat.


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TRENTON DEVILS (22-33-2-5, 51pts) vs ELMIRA JACKALS (29-24-6-2, 66pts) Game 63 ◦ Sunday, March 13, 2011 ◦ 4:00 p.m. ◦ Sun National Bank Center, Trenton, NJ

JACKALS ROLL INTO TRENTON

The Devils are back in action Sunday against the Elmira Jackals after a thrilling 3-2 shootout victory Friday against the Toledo Walleye. Matt Lombardi scored two goals, including the game-tying score with 25 seconds left in regulation. The rookie from Boston College potted a shootout tally, along with scores from Ryan Hayes and Trevor Kell, to win the shootout, 3-1, in four rounds. Nutley, NJ native Bryan Haczyk recorded his first point in his professional debut, assisting on Lombardi’s first goal. Having snapped an eight-game winless streak, Trenton takes on an Elmira team that has points in its last four contests, losing in a shootout to Gwinnett Saturday, 2-1. The Jackals have won seven of the 12 meetings with the Devils this season, most recently winning 4-3 at home on February 27. Elmira is in sixth place in the Eastern Conference, one point better than Wheeling and Gwinnett who hold the final two playoff spots with 65 points each. J.S. Berube is back in the lineup for Trenton Sunday after serving a one game suspension Friday. Brad Miller is out on 3-day IR and Justin Pender is on 7-day. The Devils meet the Jackals for the 13th of 16 times this season Sunday at SunCenter.

DEVILS ADD TWO FROM PROVIDENCE COLLEGE Trenton added two forwards from Providence College (Hockey East) Saturday, signing Ben Farrer to an amateur tryout contract and Matt Germain to a standard player contract. Farrer, 22, set career highs in goals (4), assists (12), and points (16) this season for the Friars, appearing in each of the team’s 34 games. He compiled 26 points in 105 games over the past four seasons, and three of his five career goals were game-winners. With the Friars, the 6-3, 185lb. left-handed shooter was twice named to Hockey East’s All-Academic Team and was a two-time recipient of his team’s Thomas Eccleston, Jr. Unsung Hero Award. Prior to attending college, the Calgary, AB native played three seasons in the AJHL for the Calgary Canucks, where he finished third in team scoring during the 2006-07 season, posting career bests in goals (25), assists (35) and points (60). Farrer was born on October 7, 1988. Germain, 24, appeared in all 34 contests for Providence this season, and was second on the team in goals (10) and third in points (20). In four years with the Friars, the Rockland, MA native accumulated 18 goals and 38 assists in 134 games, and was named to Hockey East’s AllAcademic Team three consecutive years, earning his team’s Academic Award in 2008-09 and Providence Athletics’ Joseph V. MacAndrew Award for outstanding performance in academics and athletics in 201011. The 5-11, 195-lb. left-handed shooter also shared his team’s Thomas Eccleston, Jr. Unsung Hero Award as a freshman in 2007-08. An EJHL All-Star with the New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs in 2006-07, Germain was a First Team Prep School All-Star at Northfield Mount Hermon in Mount Hermon, MA. He was born April 6, 1986.

TRENTON SIGNS TWO(AHA).WITH JERSEY TIES His 28 goals in 2010-11 were right-handed shooter totaled 46

Two players, defenseman Matt earlier in the day. Godlewski, 23, comes to Trenton Godlewski and forward Bryan Haczyk, made their pro debut from Princeton University (ECAC), Friday after signing with Trenton where he accumulated 26 points and 74 penalty minutes in 102 games over the past four seasons. A two-time member of the ECAC All-Academic Team at Princeton, the 6-1, 195-lb. left-handed shooter joined the Tigers out of the USHL, where he played in 102 games over two seasons with the Chicago Steel. With the Steel, Godlewski served as team captain during the 2006-07 season when he led Chicago defensemen with five playoff points. A native of Elk River, Minnesota, Godlewski was born February 16, 1987. Haczyk, 23, who registered an assist Friday, joins the Devils after four seasons at Niagara University

second most in NCAA Division-I goals and 49 assists in 144 games hockey and his 45 points ranked in his college career and was 13th in the nation. The 5-9, 175-lb. twice named to his conference’s All-Academic team. Last summer, he participated in the New Jersey Devils Development Camp. Before college, Haczyk played junior hockey with Green Bay (USHL) from 2005 to 2007 following one season with the New Jersey Hitmen (EJHL). He attended Seton Hall Prep, winning the 2004 NJSIAA State High School Ice Hockey Tournament of Champions in 2004. Born in Secaucus and raised in Jersey City and Nutley, Haczyk joins Mike Potacco as the only Garden Stateborn players to suit up for Trenton this season. Haczyk was born May 16, 1987.


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