The Hamilton Bulldogs defeated the Toronto Marlies 2-1 on Saturday night at Ricoh Coliseum. The ‘Dogs only allowed 12 shots in the game, which sets a new franchise record for fewest shots allowed in a game. The previous record of 13 was set eight years ago to the day against the Hershey Bears.
The Marlies opened the scoring at 1:45 of the first period with a power-play marker. Brendan Mikkelson received the puck from Jonas Frogren before blasting a shot on net. Andre Deveaux redirected the shot past Hamilton starting goaltender Curtis Sanford.
The Bulldogs tied the game at 2:16 of the second stanza while on the power play. Ryan Russell collected the puck in the right corner before sending a pass to P.K. Subban. Subban sent a behind-the-back pass to Mike Glumac, who fired a shot past Toronto starting goaltender Joey MacDonald.
Glumac added his second goal of the game at 4:31. Subban sent a pass to Glumac, to send the forward on a breakaway. Glumac snapped a shot over the right shoulder of MacDonald and into the top of the net.
The Bulldogs will travel to Cleveland to battle the Lake Erie Monsters at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, February 12th. Fans can listen to every ‘Dogs game on the flagship station of the Hamilton Bulldogs Hockey Network, TALK 820. Fans can also listen or watch at www.hamiltonbulldogs.com by clicking on the ‘AHL Live’ or ‘TALK 820’ icons on the Bulldogs website.