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WBS
2010-11 Stats
East Division Final – Series “J” (best-of-7)
E1-W-B/Scranton Penguins vs. E3-Charlotte Checkers
Game 1 – Thu., Apr. 28 – Charlotte at W-B/Scranton, 7:05 ET
Game 2 – Sat., Apr. 30 – Charlotte at W-B/Scranton, 7:05 ET
Game 3 – Mon., May 2 – W-B/Scranton at Charlotte, 7:00 ET
Game 4 – Wed., May 4 – W-B/Scranton at Charlotte, 7:00 ET
*Game 5 – Fri., May 6 – W-B/Scranton at Charlotte, 7:00 ET
*Game 6 – Sat., May 7 – Charlotte at W-B/Scranton, 7:05 ET
*Game 7 – Mon., May 9 – Charlotte at W-B/Scranton, 7:05 ET
Charlotte
2010-11 Stats

 

Regular Season Comparison
 
Calder Cup Playoff History
  WBS Charlotte     WBS Charlotte
Record 58-21-0-1 44-27-2-7   Appearances 10th 1st
Points 117 97   2010 Result Lost div. semi --
Home 30-10-0-0 22-13-1-4   Record (games) 67-62 4-2
Road 28-11-0-1 22-14-1-3   Record (series) 15-9 1-0
Goals for 261 265   OT record 20-13 1-0
Goals against 183 243   Calder Cup titles 0 0
PP% (rank) 17.3 (19) 21.0 (3)   Losing finalist 3 ('01, '04, '08) 0
PK% (rank) 83.6 (8) 83.5 (9)   Last time in Rd. 2
2009 (lost to HER) --

  

2010-11 Regular Season Series
  WBS Charlotte   Results  
Record 7-1-0-0 (14 pts.) 1-6-0-1 (3 pts.)   Oct. 15 WBS 4 at CHA 2
  at WBS
3-1-0-0 1-3-0-0   Oct. 17 WBS 4 at CHA 3
  at CHA
4-0-0-0 0-3-0-1   Jan. 4 WBS 5 at CHA 2
Goals 35 26   Jan. 5 WBS 3 at CHA 2 (SO)
Power play 5/35 (14.3%) 9/32 (28.1%)   Jan. 23 CHA 9 at WBS 5
Scoring Wallace: 7gp, 6-0-6 Boychuk: 5gp, 5-5-10   Jan. 26 CHA 4 at WBS 6
  Craig: 6gp, 3-3-6 Matsumoto: 8gp, 1-7-8   Mar. 20 CHA 1 at WBS 2
  Sterling: 7gp, 3-3-6 Rodney: 8gp, 1-7-8   Apr. 1 CHA 3 at WBS 6
Goaltending Thiessen: 5-0-0, 1.97 Murphy: 0-2-0, 2.90      

Curry: 2-1-0, 5.16 Pogge: 1-4-1, 4.51      

SERIES NOTEBOOK:
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton and Charlotte meet for the East Division playoff title after both posted impressive first-round victories in come-from-behind fashion... The Penguins, who led the AHL with 58 wins and 117 points in the regular season, knocked off Norfolk in six games, becoming the third team in AHL history to lose the first two games of a series on home ice and then win four in a row... The Checkers trailed Hershey two games to one, and later faced a 3-2 deficit when they trailed Game 5 by a 3-0 score, but knocked off the two-time defending Calder Cup champions with a Game 6 triumph at Giant Center... Wilkes-Barre is looking to avenge a four-game sweep by Carolina’s top affiliate in last spring’s playoffs, when the Hurricanes’ prospects were based in Albany... The Penguins won seven of eight regular-season meetings between the teams, but Charlotte’s second-ranked offense (3.31 goals per game) did score 26 goals in eight games (3.25) against Wilkes-Barre’s AHL-best defense (2.29 goals allowed per game)... Wilkes-Barre’s Brad Thiessen stopped 113 of 120 shots (4-0, 1.75, .942) over the final four games of the Norfolk series... Defenseman Corey Potter (1-5-6) was the Penguins’ top scorer in the first round and fellow blueliner Steve Wagner was first on the team with three goals, all coming in the first period of the Game 6 clincher... The Penguins were scoreless on their first 16 power plays vs. Norfolk but went 6-for-16 to finish the series... Charlotte allowed just one power-play goal to Hershey in 26 chances... Rookie Zac Dalpe (3-5-8) led the Checkers’ offense in round one... Nick Dodge, who had five goals in 57 regular-season games this year, scored three times against Hershey, including two game-winners.