Brampton Beast at Worcester Railers
When: Saturday, February 3rd, 7pm
Where: DCU Center, Worcester, Massachusetts
Radio: WORC, 98.9 FM; nashicon989.com

Records:
Railers 18-19-4-2, 42 points (9-10-2-0 at home) 5th in North Division
Brampton: 17-19-5-3, 42 points (7-9-2-3 on road) 6th in North Division

Previous meetings:
Dec 10, 2017 Railers 3 @ Brampton 4 SO
Nov 14, 2017 Brampton 4 @ Railers 3

Last game:
Railers: Lost 3-2 (OT) to Adirondack last night
Brampton: Lost 6-5 (OT) to Manchester last night

Leading scorers:
Railers:
Barry Almeida 12 goals, 21 assists; 33 points
Chris Langkow 19 goals, 18 assists; 28 points
Woody Hudson 15 goals, 2 assists; 17 points
Matty Gaudreau 8 goals, 9 assists; 17 points
Nick Saracino 4 goals, 13 assists; 17 points

Brampton
Brandon Marino 13 goals, 28 assists; 41 points
Chris Leveille 13 goals, 24 assists; 37 points
Brandon MacLean 10 goals, 13 assists; 23 points

Special Teams
Railers:
Power Play 13.7% (17.9% at home)
Penalty Kill 79.6% (76.7% at home)

Brampton
Power Play 15.1% (12.2% on road)
Penalty Kill 84.8% (83.5% on road)

Probable goaltender match-up:
Brampton Andrew D’Agostini (6-8-1-2, 3.48. .890) vs Worcester Eamon McAdam (10-9-4-2, 2.79, .912)

Former Worcester players on Brampton:
Daniel Ciampini (Brampton #20) played 15 games for the WorSharks in 2014-15, scoring 3 goals and 3 assists.

Players to watch:
*Jeff Kubiak (Railers 316) has a two game goal streak
* Chris Langkow (Railers #21) is the Railers leading scorer vs Brampton (g,2a)
* Brandon Marino (Brampton #13) has 2 goals and 3 assists vs the Railers in two games.

On twitter follow Darryl Hunt (@210Sports) and Dylan Schofield (@WooHockeyNews) for live game updates, and @210Darryl for between period commentary.

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