Logan Brown’s stature isn’t the only point making him appear as a guy amongst boys because signing up with the Kitchener Rangers.
The 6’6″, 214lb Ottawa Senators first rounder tallied a four-point night on Friday as the Rangers (34-14-2-0) picked up a 4-3 win over the Hamilton Bulldogs (32-12-3-3) before 7,116 fans at the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium.
Brown’s influence considering that being gotten by Kitchener has been prompt as well as impactful, having now accumulated a total amount of 10 factors (2G, 8A) in his last three video games in a Rangers attire. A part of the top line which likewise includes Florida Panthers possibility Adam Mascherin as well as Columbus Blue Jackets prospect Kole Sherwood, the triad has actually now registered a total amount of 28 points collectively in the previous three games.
Sherwood tallied the Rangers’ opening objective of the game on Friday, while Mascherin chipped in a with a pair of assistants. Logan Stanley, Joseph Garreffa (PPG) as well as Austin McEneny were the other goal scorers for Kitchener, that expanded their season-high win touch to seven video games.
Mario Culina was once more excellent in objective for the Blueshirts, making his ninth win of the season (9-5-2-0) by making 42 saves money on 45 Hamilton shots.
Kaden Fulcher (25-11-3-2) took the loss in goal for the Eastern Seminar leading Bulldogs, giving up four goals on 30 shots. It was the first time given that December 30, 2017 (10 games) that Fulcher had permitted more than three objectives in a game.
The Bulldogs opened up the scoring with Brandon Saigeon’s 28th goal of the season, from Nicholas Caamano and Jack Hanley, to offer the site visitors a 1-0 lead at 8:50 of the initial duration.
The Rangers would certainly respond with Sherwood’s 21st of the campaign, from Brown and Givani Smith to notch things up, 1-1, at 15:07 of the framework.
Shots on goal with the first 20 minutes favoured the Bulldogs, 14-11.
Kitchener took it’s first lead of the evening on the stick of Stanley, his 13th of the year, from Brown as well as Giovanni Vallati, at 10:49 of the middle verse.
Yet Saigeon struck once more to connect the video game at 2-2 at 13:49, with Marian Studenic making the only help.
With under four minutes to play in the period a power play goal by Garreffa brought back the Rangers lead, from Mascherin as well as Brown at 16:03 to make it 3-2 after 40 minutes in favour of the house side.
Shots on objective were 31-26, Hamilton.
In the 3rd duration, with a delayed penalty coming to the Rangers, Saigeon completed the hat trick at 13:19, from Studenic as well as Kade Landry to make even the video game, 3-3.
Yet simply 28 secs later McEneny scored what would be the game winner, as Brown tallied his 4th point of the night with the key help, then Mascherin included the additional assistant at 13:47 to put Kitchener up 4-3.
With 2:17 left on the clock the Bulldogs pulled Fulcher in favour of an additional opponent, but the Blueshirts warded off the return attempt.
The Rangers were 1-for-4 on the power play, while the Bulldogs were 0-for-2 with the guy advantage.
Mario Culina (SET) (3 ), Brandon Saigeon (PORK) (2 ), as well as Logan Brown (KIT) (1) were picked as the 3 Stars of the Game.
Connor Hall, Adam Mascherin, and Logan Stanley each used an “A” and skated as alternates to Rangers’ captain Connor Bunnaman.
The Rangers are back at work tomorrow evening, Saturday, February 3 when they travel to Owen Noise to tackle the Attack for a 7:30 pm beginning. The Blueshirts go back to The Aud for a midweek video game, Tuesday, February 6 when they play host to Elijah Roberts and the Niagara IceDogs for the only time this season at 7pm.
Regular period tickets to all Kitchener Rangers residence games are $23.00 each for grownups, $19.00 for youngsters 12 and under consisting of HST, as well as are offered in person or by calling the Activa Box Office at The Aud, from Centre in the Square (519) 578-1570 -or- 1-800-265-8977, or by acquiring online.