ECHL Eastern Conference Finals Recap: Adirondack Thunder vs Florida Everblades Game 4 | 05/24/2024

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The Adirondack Thunder have been shutout in back-to-back games for the first time since all season as they dropped game four to the Florida Everblades by a score of 3-0. Once again, the first period would belong to the Everblades as they got on the board first courtesy of a Bobo Carpenter PP goal at the 14:30 mark of the opening frame as the Everblades would outshoot the Thunder and Adirondack would not only be down a goal after the first period they would also be down a skater as Travis Broughman took a hit late in the first and wouldn’t return to the game, head coach Pete MacArthur gave an update on his status post-game. Heading into the second, it felt as if the Thunder were in this game and just needed to get one to go in to get themselves back on track as Mark Senden would continue his dominance against Adirondack as he put home a rebound for his fourth goal of the series.

“I think we have three lines that can make you pay and their doing it at different times and he’s certaintly someone we rely on for a lot of mintues, he’s just a hard worker and it’s nice for him to get rewarded on the stat sheet”

Florida Everblades Head Coach Brad Ralph on the play of Mark Seden

Florida would head to the third with a 2-0 lead and a chance to go up 3-1 in the series, but Adirondack had some good looks; once again, it would be Cam Johnson who, for the second straight night, stopped every puck he saw stopping 22 of 22 on Friday Night. The Everblades will have a chance to clinch their spot in the Kelly Cup Win on Saturday with a win.

“Rest, recover, stick to our game plan and get off to good start”

Florida Everblades Head Coach Brad Ralph on what the Everblades need to do in Game 5 to avoid having the series go back to Glens Falls

Adirondack believes that they are still in this series and that tonight’s performance was much better than their performance on Friday Night. They are looking forward to hopefully finding their game and getting this series back to Glens Falls. The Thunder were a period away from going down two games to Maine in round one and came back from down 2-0 against Norfolk and found a way to stay alive.

“It’s playoffs, if we win one game, we’re right back in this series and their coming to us, we just have to win one game that’s all it comes down to, we’re going to have to leave everything on the ice tomorrow”

Adirondack Thunder forward Shane Harper on what the Thunder need to do to get this series back to Glens Falls

Armand Klisivitch

Inside The Rink ECHL Manager | Senior Editor Credentialed Reporter for the Adirondack Thunder & Worcester Railers.

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