The Elmira Enforcers look to extend a franchise long six-game win streak as they battle the Watertown Wolves to close out a two-game weekend home and home series tonight at Watertown Municipal Arena.
The Enforcers (16-10-1-3, 53 pts, .589%) will battle with the Wolves (13-14-2-0, 43 pts, .494%) as they will look to continue to stay on top of the season series between the two teams, which currently sits as 4-2 Elmira.
Tonight’s game is the seventh of fourteen meetings between the clubs this season.
TIME: 7:30 p.m.
PLACE: Watertown Municipal Arena
- Elmira’s Brendan Hussey has now tallied 5 goals in his last 3 games after being held scoreless for 16 straight
- Last weekend marked the first time in franchise history that the Enforcers recorded back-to-back hat-tricks (Hussey + Mahfouz)
- Ahmed Mahfouz leads the season series against Watertown in points with 18, including 5 goals and 13 assists.
- Tyler Gjurich is leading the league in points (54) and goals (29)
- Gjurich played two seasons in the ECHL including four games with the Elmira Jackals where he tallied three points and a shootout win
- The Wolves have three former Enforcers on their roster: Justin Portillo, Chris Williamson, and Kent Nusbaum
-Justin Portillo played two games for Elmira this season before being sent to Watertown
- Chris Williamson played in 8 games for Elmira this season while tallying a goal and an assist
- Kent Nusbaum served as a backup goaltender for Elmira before being traded