Found October 19, 2012 on
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With the fan-numbing setbacks in the NHL negotiations, the Predatorial is delighted to inform you that the AHL affiliate of the Nashville Predators, the Milwaukee Admirals, are playing their home opener tonight against the Charlotte Checkers.
The Admirals opened their season last Friday night with a dramatic come-from-behind win against the Grand Rapids Griffins (the dreaded Red Wing farm club) by a score of 3-2. Patrick Cehlin scored his first goal on North American ice and decided to score another one for the game winner. Mueller scored the first goal for Milwaukee with a great breakaway effort.
The Charlotte Checkers are 1-0-1 and are coming off a ninth round shootout loss to the Texas Stars (Dallas Stars affiliate). The Checkers won their contest last Saturday against the Houston Aeros (Minnesota Wild affiliate) by a score of 3-1.
This is the first meeting of Milwaukee and Charlotte since the final game of last season; a game that would determine the p...
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From the Milwaukee Admirals:
ADMIRALS FALL TO CHARLOTTE IN HOME OPENER
Ads Dig Hole They Can’t Dig Out of Three-Goal Deficit
The Milwaukee Admirals found themselves in a three-goal third-period deficit and battled back to pull within one, but couldn’t find the equalizer and dropped a 4-3 decision to the Charlotte Checkers on Friday night in their home opener for the 2012-13 season...
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The Admirals dropped their home opener to the Charlotte Checkers by a score of 4-3. Charlotte kept their scoring threat Zack Boychuk going with a breakaway goal for his second goal of the year while Rask, Dolan and Bowman provided the other three Checkers goals.
Milwaukee came on strong in the third period trying to get the game even but were unable to convert on a late PP. Patrick...