Adirondack Phantoms end season with win

Via sportslogos.net

The Adirondack Phantoms had a bad season, that much is obvious, but they did manage to round out their season with a win against the Albany Devils last Sunday. The Phantoms were victorious as they won in a , 4-2 decision.

The Devils’ got on the board in the first, but the Phantoms were able to come back in the second period. Marcel Noebels, Rob Bordson and Blake Kessel all scored goals in the second period to led the team, 3-1 going into the final period.

Kessel scored a second time in the beginning of the third period and the Devils were able to score later in the period, but goaltender Cal Heeter was able to hold them off for the rest of the game.

The win was a great way for the Phantoms to end their season, and now that their AHL season is over four of their players are heading to Philadelphia to help the Flyers will their last few games. Scott Laughton, Tye McGinn, and Matt Konan all returned to the Flyers earlier this week.

Phantoms goal scorer Jason Akeson also joined him. With Akeson’s skill on the ice and his discipline to not take too many penalties it’s about time the Flyers called him up. They really should have done it sooner.

Deanna Vasso is a staff writer for Broad Street Buzz, you can follow her on Twitter @Dmvasso.

Topics: Adirondack Phantoms, Philadelphia Flyers, Tye McGinn

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