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The Knights Top the Rebels, 4-1

PITTSON, Penn. – The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights topped the Jamestown Rebels, 4-1, in their matchup on Sunday, January 5 at Revolution Ice Centre.

The Knights record is now 16-14-2-1 (W-L-OTL-SOL) in regular season play.

The Knights took a two-goal lead in the first period, with Johnny Kaljian striking first to put the Knights on the board with 4:15 left in the first frame. Anthony Mastromonica recorded an assist on the goal.

22 seconds later, Jordan Strand scored an unassisted goal to give the Knights’ a 2-0 lead going into the second period.

Brian Smith doubled the Knights’ lead to 4-0 with two goals in the second period, one with 9:24 left in the period and the second with 2:10 remaining. Beck Moore recorded an assist on both goals, while Shane Murphy and Tyrone Bronte also were credited with assists.

The Rebels tallied their first and only goal with 2:19 left in the third period, however they could not overcome the three-goal deficit.

Zach Stejskal played a full game in net and recorded his second victory of the weekend.

The Knights return to action on Friday, January 10, for a 7pm matchup with the Maryland Black Bears.

Knights defeat the Rebels, 4-1

PITTSON, Penn. – The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights defeated the Jamestown Rebels, 4-1, in their matchup on Saturday, January 4, at Revolution Ice Centre.

The Knights record in regular season play is now 15-14-2-1 (W-L-OTL-SOL).

The Knights’ first game of 2020 began with a scoreless first period.

However, the Knights went on to take a two-goal lead in the second period.

Jordan Strand struck first with 6:29 left in the second period, with assists from Johnny Kaljian and Tyrone Bronte.

With just 45 seconds left in the period, Artur Turansky extended the Knights’ lead to 2-0 off of assists from Cam Cervone and Strand.

The Rebels responded at 2:18 of the third period with their first goal of the game, but it wouldn’t be long before the Knights took over the scoreboard once again.

Egor Postnov scored his third goal of the season on a power play at 7:50 of the third period, with an assist from Nikita Asylaev.

Turansky netted his second of the game, and the Knights fourth goal against the Rebels, with 10:16 left in the third period. Christopher Rubenach and Postnov tallied assists on the goal.

Ultimately, the Rebels were unable to recover from the Knights’ three-goal lead and fell, 4-1.

Zach Stejskal played a full game in net.

The Knights return to action tomorrow, Jan. 5, for a rematch with the Jamestown Rebels.

Knights sweep series with Rebels in overtime win

PITTSON, Penn. – The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights topped the Jamestown Rebels, 3-2, in an overtime win during their 4pm matchup on Saturday, December 14, at Revolution Ice Centre.

The Knights’ regular season record is now 14-12-2-1 (W-L-OTL-SOL).

The Knights established a lead with 40 seconds left in the first period as Artur Turansky sent the puck past Rebels goaltender, Jon Howe. Tyrone Bronte and Brian Smith recorded assists on the goal.

The Knights continued to be dominant on the scoreboard throughout the second period, establishing a 2-0 lead with 5:12 left in the second period. Nikita Asylaev scored on the power play to extend the lead, with assists from Johnny Kaljian and Christopher Rubenach.

The Rebels responded to the Knights’ two-goal lead with two unanswered goals in the third period to tie the game up at two apiece. The first Rebels goal came at 3:39 of the third period, and the second at 9:52.

The game was ultimately decided in overtime, and it was the Knights who emerged victorious.

Shane Murphy scored on a two-on-one, capitalizing off of a pass from Thomas Wray, just 2:01 into overtime.

Zach Stejskal played a full game in net and made 15 saves in the win.

The Knights return to action on Friday, December 20, for a 7:45 matchup against the Maryland Black Bears at Piney Orchard Arena.

 

 

 

Knights top the Rebels, 4-3

PITTSON, Penn. – The Wilkes/Barre-Scranton Knights topped the the Jamestown Rebels, 4-3, in their matchup on Friday, December 13 at Revolution Ice Centre.

The Knight’s regular season record is now 13-12-2-1 (W-L-OTL-SOL).

The Knights took an early lead against the Rebels, as Anthony Mastromonica netted his first of the game at just 3:29 of the opening period.

However, the Rebels responded with two quick goals to take a 2-1 lead; the first was scored at 5:48 and the second at 7:37.

With 2:01 left in the first period, the Knights tied up the game at two goals apiece as Artur Turansky tallied his fifth goal of the season, with assists from Zak Currie and Liam Haslam.

The Knights played a dominant second period and went on to take a two-goal lead after two periods of play.

Mastromonica scored his second goal of the game at 6:27, assisted by Sutton McDonald and Cam Cervone.

To wrap up the second period, Lincoln Hatten scored with 8:47 to go in the middle frame, giving the Knights their biggest lead of the game. Tyrone Bronte and Jordan Strand were credited with assists.

The score remained 4-2 in the Knights favor until a Rebels goal with 2:27 left in the third period cut the lead to 4-3.

Ultimately, the Knights fought off the Rebels for the final minutes of regulation and took the game, 4-3.

Zach Stejskal played a full game in net in the Knights victory.

The Knights return to action tomorrow, December 14, for a 4pm matchup against the Jamestown Rebels at Revolution Ice Centre.

 

Knights fall to the Rebels in overtime, 3-2

PITTSTON, Penn. – The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights fell to the Jamestown Rebels in overtime, 3-2, in a matinee matchup on Saturday, November 23, at Revolution Ice Centre.

The Knights’ record in regular season play is now 11-10-2-1 (W-L-OTL-SOL).

“We had our changes to score and didn’t capitalize,” said Head Coach Tom Kowal.

The first period proved to be a scoreless one, despite 10 shots from the Knights and four from the Rebels.

The Knights were the first to score in the middle frame as Zak Currie sent the puck past Rebels netminder Noah West at 1:46 of the period. Lincoln Hatten and Artur Turansky were credited with assists on the goal.

At 7:36 of the second period, the Rebels scored to knot the game at one goal apiece heading into the third period of play.

The Knights out shot the Rebels 12-4 in the second period.

With 9:56 remaining in the third period, the Rebels scored and took their first lead of the game.

However, Egor Postnov scored a shorthanded goal with just 1:17 remaining in regulation to tie up the score at two goals apiece, with an assist from Nikita Asylaev. 

The Rebels ultimately took the game in overtime, 3-2.

Zach Stejskal played a full game in net and recorded 18 saves against the Rebels.

“We did enough for one point, but not good enough to earn a four-point weekend,” said Kowal.

The Knights return to action on Tuesday, November 26, to take on a two-game road series against the Maine Nordiques.