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LAST TIME OUT
On Sunday, the Black Wolves bounced back from their loss in Philadelphia the previous night winning convincingly 17-11. The game featured four New England players reach six or more points and no Wings player scored more than two goals.

 

CRAWFORD’S HISTORIC GAME
New England Black Wolves forward Callum Crawford had a game for the books on Sunday as he picked up 12 points against the Wings with five goals and seven assists. Those 12 points was a new career-high for Crawford, topping his previous best of 10 points, which he reached five different times.

 

SOLID FORCE
At home against Philadelphia, Doug Jamieson was a solid force net for the Black Wolves, recording 43 saves while giving up just 11 goals in the win. He has a 12.63 goals against average on the season in five games and has 158 saves. With that total, he is on pace for 569 on the season, which would be the highest total of his career. 

 

RECORD NIGHT
The February 17th win over Philadelphia saw a plethora of records for Black Wolves players. David Brock set a new career-high single game assists with three, while tying his career-high single game points at four. Adam Bomberry had a season-high two assists and two points in the game. Tyler Digby had a season-high points at eight, tying his career-high set on January 31, 2015. Greg Downing and Brett Manney both tallied their first goals of the season in the victory. Stephan Leblanc recorded a season-high four goals while Andrew Suitor had season-high assists (two) and points (two). Reilly O’Connor matched his season-high points at six which he first accomplished in the victory against Georgia on January 19th.

 

TEAM RECORD
With the 17 points scored by New England in Sunday’s victory against Philadelphia, they tied their second-highest scoring game since moving to New England, a score accomplished four times. The highest number of goals scored since moving to New England is 21, scored on April 22, 2016.​