Feb. 6 - Feb. 12
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Feb. 6, 2006
Contact: Brian Clark
LAST WEEK'S RECORD: 2-1-0 OVERALL RECORD: 25-8-10, 60 pts.,
1st Place Pacific Division
Jan. 31 vs. Utah, 2-1 Win - Goaltender Jamie Holden made 35 saves and J.F. Plourde and Kelsey Muench both scored to help lead Fresno to its first win following the All-Star Break.
Feb. 3 @ Utah, 5-3 Win - All-Star defenseman Dustin VanBallegooie scored both the game-tying goal late in the second and the eventual game-winning goal 5:34 into the third as the Falcons overcame deficits of 2-0 and 3-2. Shawn Mather also added two tallies and Luke Curtin had four assists in the victory.
Feb. 4 @ Utah, 3-1 Loss - Fresno came up short in its bid to sweep three games from the Grizzlies last week. Tied at one entering the third, the Falcons gave-up a pair of goals less than two minutes apart mid-way through the final period as the team's six-game unbeaten streak (4-0-2) dating back to Jan. 21 ended.
THIS WEEK'S UPCOMING GAMES
Wednesday, Feb. 8 @ Stockton Thunder, 7 p.m.* - The Falcons and Thunder play the first of four in a row against each other as Fresno makes its first-ever trip to the brand new Stockton Arena.
Friday, Feb. 10 vs. Stockton, 7 p.m.* - The first 2,500 fans will receive a Falcons baseball cap, courtesy of AT&T, KSEE 24, and KISS Country.
Saturday, Feb. 11 @ Stockton, 7 p.m.** - After going unbeaten through its first 14 Saturdays of the season (10-0-4), Fresno looks to get back on track following this past Saturday's loss to Utah.
Sunday, Feb. 12 @ Stockton, 4 p.m.* - The Falcons and Thunder complete four games in five days against one another.
*Catch all of the live play-by-play action on 1550 Sporting News Radio beginning 15 minutes before face-off with the FutureTek Pre-game Show. B2 Networks' pay-per-view video webcast begins 10 minutes before the drop of the puck via www.fresnofalcons.com.
**Saturday's radio broadcast is tape delayed beginning at approximately 9:30 p.m. B2 Networks' webcast will still be carried live.