Dec 2, 2017


Iowa Wild (11-8-2-0; 24 pts.) at San Antonio Rampage (11-9-1-0; 23 pts.)

Iowa Wild once again battles the San Antonio Rampage tonight as it continues its three-game road swing through the state of Texas. Dating back to the start of last season, the Wild has claimed five of the last seven meetings between the two sides. Overall, Iowa has defeated San Antonio 11 times in four-plus seasons.

Last Game Recap:

Three third-period goals helped the Wild earn its third-straight road win, a 5-3 victory in San Antonio on Friday night. Wild winger Christoph Bertschy scored twice and 12 other skaters registered at least one point in the come-from-behind win.  Steve Michalek stopped 44 shots to improve to 5-1-0 on the season.

Upcoming Games:

Opponent                              Date   Time              Broadcast

at Texas                                   12/05     7:30 PM CT    KXNO / iHeartRadio

vs. San Diego                          12/09     7:00 PM CT     KXNO / iHeartRadio

vs. Grand Rapids                     12/10     5:00 PM CT     KXNO / iHeartRadio

at Grand Rapids                       12/13     6:00 PM CT    KXNO / iHeartRadio

at Milwaukee                            12/15     7:00 PM CT    KXNO / iHeartRadio

Recent Transactions:

11.27.17 – ADD Ryan Malone (F) – signed PTO

11.27.17 – DELETE Ryan Murphy (D) – recalled to Minnesota (NHL)

11.28.17 – ADD Branden Komm (G) – signed PTO

11.30.17 - ADD Matt Caito (D) – recalled from Rapid City (ECHL)

11.30.17 – DELETE Branden Komm (G) – released from PTO

12.01.17 - ADD Adam Vay (G) – recalled from Rapid City (ECHL)

WILD Notables –

  • Center Pat Cannone is riding a four-game point streak (2g, 2a)
  • Iowa’s power play has recorded six goals over the last three games, including three in last night’s win
  • The Wild are 4-1-1-0 in their last six road games
  • Rookie defenseman Brennan Menell has recorded an assist in back-to-back games
  • Winger Gerry Mayhew picked up his first, professional game-winning goal in Friday’s victory

Rampage Notables –

  • Tonight marks the second game of an eight-game home stand for the Rampage, and just it’s their eighth home game overall this season, which is tied for the fewest in the AHL
  • Center Alex Belzile has scored three goals over his last six games
  • San Antonio holds a 5-4-0-0 record when scoring first this season
  • Since starting the season 6-1-1, goaltender Spencer Martin is just 2-5-0 in his last seven decisions

In his season debut last night, defenseman Chris Bigras registered an assist

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