Griffins Beat Rampage For Sixth Straight Win

Photo credit:  Mark Newman/Griffins Hockey

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – The Grand Rapids Griffins extended their winning streak to six games and their points run to eight (7-0-0-1) with a methodical 4-2 victory over the San Antonio Rampage on Wednesday at Van Andel Arena.

Patrik Rybar made 25 stops between the Griffins’ pipes while Filip Hronek and Turner Elson maintained their hot hands by notching two points apiece. Chris Terry moved into a tie for the AHL’s goal-scoring lead with his 15th of the season, and Colin Campbell tallied his third goal in two games to salt it away in the final minute during a power play.

At 14-7-0-2, Grand Rapids now stands a single point behind second-place Milwaukee and two in back of first-place Iowa in the Central Division race. The Griffins, 12-2-0-2 in their last 16 outings, improved to 9-2-0-2 at home on the season and 5-0-0-1 in their last six within friendly confines.

After sweeping their four-game homestand, the Griffins now embark on a three-game road swing that begins  on Friday in Rockford.   The Griffins face off against the IceHogs at  8 p.m. You'll hear the game live on WOOD Radio, beginning at 7:35pm Friday night.


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