BRYAN WILSON – 10.21.2023
Let’s do it again.
After picking up a 3-2 victory in Abbotsford on Friday, the Wranglers (2-0-1) will battle the Canucks again tonight at 8pm (MTN).
A trio of Wranglers are riding three-game point streaks into Saturday night’s tilt, Jeremie Poirier (1g,6a) – Adam Klapka (3g,1a) – Connor Zary (4a)
WRANGLERS UPCOMING SCHEDULE:
|October 21, 2023
||Abbotsford Events Centre
|November 3, 2023
||vs. San Jose
|November 10, 2023
||at San Diego
|November 11, 2023
||at San Diego
Abbotsford outshot Calgary 41-27 on Friday night, but they were in tough against Wolf, who looked dialled in from the outset of the game.
Calgary was 1-for-3 on the powerplay (1/3) and Abbotsford went 1-for-7. (1/7)
The Wranglers and Canucks met 12 times last season, and Calgary took the season series with eight wins, four losses. (8-4).
WRANGLERS PLAYER TO WATCH: Adam Klapka
Keep an eye on No.43 on the ice tonight, and at 6-foot-7 he’s easy to spot.
Klapka has four points on a current three-game point streak and has three goals in his last two games at the Abbotsford Event Centre.
He has scored the game winning goal in back-to-back contests in Abbotsford, dating back to last season.
- Brady Lyle scored his first since joining the Wranglers last night in Abbotsford. Lyle had a career-best 31 points last season with the Springfield Thunderbirds and has his first point of the 2023-24 campaign.
- Clark Bishop scored his first goal of the season in the Wranglers first game and is just one point shy of 100 career AHL points. (99).