What's on Tap...Hamilton This Weekend

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What's on Tap
Last season, the Monsters were 2-6-0-0 against Hamilton and hold an all-time mark of 3-11-1-2 against their North Division rivals.

Last season, T.J. Galiardi, who is now up with Lake Erie’s parent club, the Colorado Avalanche, led the Monsters in scoring against the Bulldogs with seven points (2G, 5A) in eight games. Although Galiardi is gone, forward Phil Dupuis had a successful 2008-09 campaign against Hamilton, notching five points (3G, 2A) in five games against the Bulldogs. Hamilton center Brock Trotter, who currently leads the Bulldogs with 15 points (4G, 11A), was a point-a-game player last season against the Monsters, recording seven points (3G, 4A) in seven games.

Here are some items to note before this weekend's games:
  • Bulldogs forward David Desharnais leads the AHL with a 36.4 percent shooting percentage while Monsters defenseman Brian Fahey leads league defensemen with a 20 percent shooting percentage.
  • Hamilton is 8-0-0-1 when taking a lead into the second period.
  • Averaging 34 shots on net per game, the Bulldogs average the third-most shots per game in the league.
  • The Monsters are tied for third with four shorthanded goals while Hamilton is one of only five teams to yet to have scored a goal while down a man.
Saturday and every game this season will be broadcast on the Monsters flagship radio station, ESPN 850 WKNR. Saturday's game will also be broadcast live on MY43 WUAB.  Listen Live on ESPN 850 WKNR | Watch here via AHL Live

Tickets for Saturday's game are available and can be purchased by calling (216) 420-0000, by visiting LakeErieMonsters.com or by visiting any Northern Ohio Discount Drug Mart.

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