12/21/2009 11:23 AM
Rockford returns from Christmas Break to take on Milwaukee
Week 12 Recap
Week 12 Results
Week 13 Schedule
- Defenseman Richard Petiot had his second multi-point game of the season, assisting on two goals on Friday.
- The IceHogs are 11-4-2-0 when team-leading Mark Cullen (11g-16a) records a point. They are 5-11-0-1 when Cullen is held scoreless.
- The IceHogs allowed a season-low four shots on goal in the third period on Saturday against San Antonio.
- Bracken Kearns has tallied 19 points in the last 24 games after netting only two points in the first ten games of the season.
- The last five contests in which Jack Skille has recorded a point, he has finished with a multi-point game (5g-5a).
- Kyle Greentree has recorded points (7g-7a) in 11 of his last 12 games after scoring only five points (1g-4a) in his first 14 games.
- The line combination of Kearns, Skille and Greentree accounted for 48.5% of the Hogs’ goals (16 of 33) since Nov. 25.
- The IceHogs have had a total of three players (Bryan Bickell, Jake Dowell and Skille) recalled to Chicago 12 different times.
- The IceHogs have gone 24 straight games without being involved in a shootout or overtime, the team’s second longest streak since 1999-2000 (27 games).
- Rockford is tied for second with Chicago for fewest overtime or shootout affairs with four. Hershey has the fewest with three.
Hot Hog Week 12:
Forward Bracken Kearns tallied three points in two games for the IceHogs this weekend. He notched a goal, the game winner, and an assist on Friday against Chicago. Kearns was also credited with a helper in Rockford’s lone goal on Saturday against San Antonio. He had a plus/minus rating of +1 in both games.
The IceHogs Broadcasting Network:
Rockford IceHogs fans can catch all of the IceHogs regular and post-season games on the Hogs flagship radio station Rockford’s Voice, WNTA-AM 1330 and 30 regular season games on ESPN Radio 1380-AM, WTJK. Fans can also watch and listen to the Hogs on the World Wide Web with AHL Live! Visit the IceHogs Web site (icehogs.com) and click on the “click here to watch the AHL Live” icon, and for just $7, you can catch all of the IceHogs action on your computer. Also, fans with Comcast Cable television can tune in to Channel 57 for all the IceHogs hockey action this season. The broadcast begins with the Pregame Show 30 minutes before the puck drops. Make sure to give your opinion during the Comcast Post-Game Call-In Show following each game at (815) 874-8255.