PHOTOS: Grand Rapids Griffins vs. Milwaukee Admirals -05/26/2024

Donald Carlson for Inside The Rink

MILWAUKEE, Wisc. – Sunday night at UW-Panther Arena, the Milwaukee Admiral faced off against the Grand Rapids Griffins in Game 5 of the Calder Cup Central Division Playoffs.

With the series tied at two games each, the winner would be moving on to the Western Conference Finals. Admirals netminder Troy Grosenick stopped all 30 shots by the Griffins, to win the game 2-0. Zach L’Heureux scored a shorthanded goal in the first period and Ryan Ufko a goal in the third. Milwaukee now face the Coachella Valley Firebirds.

Check out the photo gallery from Inside The Rink’s Donakd Carlson for highlights from the game

Donald Carlson

I cover the Chicago Wolves, Milwaukee Admirals & Rockford IceHogs When I am not photographing Hockey,I volunteer at Second City Canine Rescue photographing dogs & special events. I also Volunteer with Veterans Hockey League photographing games.

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