The Skipjacks split a pair of games at the Arena with the...

Skipjacks review

November 18, 1991|By Nestor Aparicio

The Skipjacks split a pair of games at the Arena with the New Haven Nighthawks. Left wing Brent Hughes was the team's offensive leader, scoring three times in Friday's 8-3 victory and getting both goals in a 3-2 loss Saturday afternoon. Reggie Savage (two goals, four assists), Todd Hlushko (one goal, four assists) and Simon Wheeldon (one goal, two assists) were also busy in the offensive end. Jim Hrivnak made 26 saves in the first game and Byron Dafoe had 29 saves Saturday. The Jacks' power-play unit, which has been quite effective this season, was a lethargic 1-for-14 in the games against New Haven (5-14), which has the AHL's worst record. The Jacks return to action Friday in Albany, N.Y., against the Capital District Islanders.

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