Reading Royals at Worcester Railers

When: Friday, November 3rd at 7:05pm

Reading Royals vs Worcester Railers: By the Numbers 1           Saturday, November 4th at 7:05pm

           Sunday, November 5th at 3:05pm

Where: DCU Center, Worcester, Massachusetts

Radio: WORC, 98.9 FM;


Railers: 3-2-1-0, 7 points (1-1-0-0 at home)

Reading: 4-0-0-0, 8 points (0-0-0-0 on road)

Previous meetings:

First meeting

Last game:

Railers: lost to Toledo 3-2 on Tuesday

Reading: defeated Adirondack 9-4 on Sunday

Leading scorers:


Patrick McNally: 4 goals, 3 assists; 7 points

Wade Murphy: 2 goals, 4 assists; 6 points

Kellen Jones: 2 goals, 4 assists; 6 points


Alex Krushelnyski: 3 goals, 3 assists; 6 points

Ryan Penny: 3 goals, 3 assists; 6 points

Matt Willows: 2 goals, 4 assists; 6 points

Probable goaltender match-up:

Railers Mitch Gillam (2-2-0, 2.26, .921) or Eamon McAdam (1-0-1, 3.96, .882) vs Reading John Muse (2-0-0, 2.48, .940) or Mark Dekanish (2-0-0, 3.37, .885)

Former Worcester players on OPPONENT:

*Adam Schmidt played 14 games for the WorSharks in 2013-14, scoring three points (g,2a).

*Matt Willows played 11 games for the WorSharks in 2014-15, scoring five points (3g,2a)

*Adam Comrie played 80 games with the WorSharks over two seasons, scoring six goals and 28 assists.

Players to watch:

* Mike Cornell (Railers #6) leads the team in assists by a defenseman with four.

*Barry Almeida (Railers #19), Chris Langkow (Railers #21), TJ Syner (Railers #14) all played for the Reading Royals during their careers.

*John Muse (Reading #1) is an East Falmouth, MA native who is ranked fifth in the ECHL in save percentage (.940).

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

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