By: Riley Pollock – 02.03.24

The Roughnecks couldn’t find the net in the fourth quarter leading to an 11-9 loss on the road.

The ‘Necks drop to 5-6 while Philly picked up their fourth win of the year.

For the second straight weekend it was Philadelphia who got in the board first making the score 1-0 2:11 into the game.

Tanner Cook quickly answered with his 15th of the season to make it 1-1.

Liam LeClair scored on a quick stick shortly after to give the Riggers the 2-1 lead.

Tyler Pace tucked one short side to make the score 3-1 Roughnecks.

The Wings got one back shorthanded before Pace scored his second of the afternoon, on the powerplay, to make the score 4-2.

Cook grabbed his second from in tight to make it 5-2 with six-minutes to go in the first.

Christian Del Bianco came up with a huge save on a penalty shot to keep the score 5-2 heading into the second-quarter.

The Wings scored the first two of the second-quarter to get within one, 5-4.

They would tie it 5-5 shortly after.

Philadelphia took the lead on a bounce shot with 10:09 to go in the half. The score was 6-5.

Jesse King got his 20th of the season and his 150th in his career to tie the game back up 6-6.

The Riggers took back the lead as Pace finished off his first-half hat-trick to make the score 7-6 heading into the break.

Thomas Hoggarth ripped home his first of the afternoon to give the Riggers the 8-6 lead.

Dan Taylor found the net to extend the Riggers lead to 9-6 heading into the fourth-quarter.

The Wings got their first goal of the second-half early in the fourth to make the score 9-7.

Philadelphia got another shorthanded goal to make it 9-8.

The Wings tied the game 9-9 on the powerplay with 5:23 remaining.

They would take the lead 10-9 off a rebound.

Philly would add an empty netter making the final 11-9.

Next Up

Calgary is in Georgia next Friday to take on the Swarm.


Tyler Pace: 3g, 1a

Jesse King: 1g, 3a

Tanner Cook: 2g, 2a

Josh Currier: 3a

Thomas Hoggarth: 1g, 1a

Liam LeClair: 1g, 1a

Dan Taylor: 1g

Christian Del Bianco: 1a, 36 saves

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