Um. Elmira, that’s who.
Really, though…I felt the game could have gone either way. You could actually make an argument that Trenton was even the better team. They certainly carried the play in the first period, and probably had the better chances in the third as well.
But there is no “could have won” category in the ECHL standings, so Trenton walks away with no points.
I’ll keep these post-game notes pretty brief, because nobody’s really going to care with the Super Bowl going on. But you probably do want to know about the walking wounded. Rick Kowalsky said after the game that he hopes that all five of the injured players can be back in the lineup on Friday.
Coleman apparently got banged up a bit in the Florida series. Charleston has an upper body injury — I’d personally be a little skeptical of him returning Friday — while the others are all unknown.
Check The Trentonian tomorrow for the game story and quotes from Kowalsky and so on. I’ll try to throw some photos up here some point soon…
Mike Ashmore, mashmore98 AT gmail.com