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Monsters season series against Admirals ends with 4-1 loss

Monsters season series against Admirals ends with 4-1 loss

Apr 9, 2022

The Cleveland Monsters fell to the Milwaukee Admirals 4-1 on Saturday night at UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena. With the loss, the Monsters are now 24-29-8-5 and are currently in seventh place in the AHL’s North Division standings.

 

Milwaukee took an early lead with goals from Cole Smith at 2:27 and Cole Schneider at 5:38 of the opening frame, but Cole Cassels notched a power-play tally at 11:38 off feeds from Tyler Sikura and Cole Fonstad cutting the score to 2-1 after 20 minutes. The Admirals added two more markers in the second period from Jimmy Huntington at 15:34 and Mitch McLain at 18:28 leaving the Monsters trailing 4-1 heading into the final intermission. Despite several scoring chances for Cleveland in the third period, the Monsters fell by a final score of 4-1.

 

Cleveland’s Cam Johnson had 20 saves in defeat while Milwaukee’s Devin Cooley made 24 saves for the win.

 

The Monsters finish out the road trip against the Chicago Wolves on Sunday, April 10, for a 4:00 p.m. puck drop at Allstate Arena. Follow the game with full coverage on FOX Sports 1350 AM ‘The Gambler’, AHLTV and the Monsters Hockey Network.

 

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Scoring:

 

1st

2nd

3rd

OT

SO

Final

CLE

1

0

0

-

-

1

MIL

2

2

0

-

-

4

 

Shots/Special Teams:

 

Shots

PP

PK

PIM

CLE

25

1/5

4/4

13 min / 5 inf

MIL

24

0/4

4/5

15 min / 6 inf

Goaltenders:

 

Goaltender

Outcome

Saves

GA

Record

CLE

Johnson

L

20

4

4-5-3

MIL

Cooley

W

24

1

8-9-2

Cleveland Record: 24-29-8-5, 7th North Division

Milwaukee Record: 36-26-4-4, 3rd Central Division

 

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