vs. 11:30 a.m. ET, AHL Live
San Antonio hosts Abbotsford in a school-day matinee at the AT&T Center this morning… The Heat have won six in a row on the road, including the first three games of their seven-game road trip to pull into a tie for first place in the West Division… Krys Kolanos, released from his tryout and signed to an AHL contract on Saturday, has 7-6-13 in seven games with Abbotsford, tying Jon Rheault (7-6-13) and Greg Nemisz (6-7-13) for the team scoring lead… The Rampage are coming off a 3-2 win over Texas on Sunday… Jacob Markstrom (1-2-0, 3.34, .886) made 28 saves for his first win since joining San Antonio last week.
@ 6:30 ET, AHL Live
Adirondack begins a four-game road swing with a visit to Portland this evening… The Pirates (5-7-0-1) are coming off a 4-2 win over Providence on Saturday and are trying to piece together back-to-back victories for the first time this season… Pirates defenseman Nathan Oystrick extended his scoring streak to four games (2-4-6) with a goal on Saturday… The Phantoms defeated the Pirates, 3-0, in the teams’ first meeting on Oct. 21 as Michael Leighton made 35 saves for the shutout… Adirondack enters play one point out of first place in the Northeast Division… The Phantoms have scored exactly two goals in each of their last five games, but three of them have been 2-1 victories.
@ 7:05 ET, AHL Live
Binghamton’s winless streak sits at seven games (0-6-0-1) as the Senators head to the Mohegan Sun Arena to face Wilkes-Barre/Scranton tonight… The Sens have earned three of a possible four points against the Penguins this season, with a 5-4 overtime win on Oct. 15 and a 2-1 shootout loss on Nov. 5… Wilkes-Barre had its eight-game winning streak stopped by Norfolk on Saturday, and the East Division leaders are just 1-3-1-1 on home ice this season… Ben Street was named the Reebok/AHL Player of the Week after notching 2-6-8 in three games for the Pens last week… Patrick Wiercioch and Jim O’Brien scored in Binghamton’s 5-2 loss to Hamilton in Ottawa on Sunday afternoon.
@ 7:30 ET, AHL Live
Peoria makes its only appearance of the season at Copps Coliseum to take on Hamilton tonight… It’s the second of nine straight road games for the Rivermen, who kicked off the stretch with a 3-0 win in Rockford on Saturday… Ben Bishop (6-4-0, 2.01, .938) made 37 saves for his second shutout of the year, and T.J. Hensick had a goal and an assist to assume the AHL’s overall scoring lead (6-15-21)… After going its previous 11 games without scoring more than two goals in regulation, Hamilton grabbed a 5-2 win over Binghamton in Ottawa on Sunday… Louis Leblanc scored twice in the victory and Robert Mayer stopped 16 ofo 18 shots.