Jan 27, 2024

San Jose, Ca. – The San Jose Barracuda (13-21-7-0) lost their lead after giving up a pair of second-period power-play goals and failed to tie the game after that point, falling 3-2 to the Calgary Wranglers (22-13-3-0) on Saturday night at Tech CU Arena in front of 3,682 fans.


In the first, the Wrangles broke the ice as Ilya Solovyov’s (3) point shot went off a Barracuda defender and in at 2:28. 47 seconds later Jacob Peterson (5) carried the puck down the left wing on a partial breakaway and ripped in a five-hole shot to tie it at 1-1 for his first in his last 18 games. At 8:34, in his first game back after an 11-game absence, Thomas Bordeleau (9) received a pass from Cole Cassels, who won a puck battle on a forecheck at the end-wall, and ripped in the go-ahead goal to make it 2-1 Barracuda.


In the second, the Cuda took four separate minor penaltie, giving up goals on the first two disadvantages. First, Brady Lyle (6) would snap in a right-point rip and then during a delayed penalty, Jonathan Aspirot (4) wired in a pull of the trigger from the high-slot at 9:49.


In the final 20, the Barracuda would twice go on the power play and outshot Calgary 8-3 but failed to tie the score.




The Barracuda hit the road for three in a row beginning on Fri, Feb. 2 before returning to Tech CU Arena Sat, Feb. 10 to Faceoff with the Bakersfield Condors. Feb. 10 is Cuda Country Night presented by Bay Country



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