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Weekly Wrap Up Week 5

Marilyn Indahl-US PRESSWIRE

Wild: Nothing to see here….move along please.

Aeros: The Aeros started off a 4 in 6 with a loss against the Toronto Marlies. Hackett was in net and let in 6. The Aeros’ 4 goals were scored by Fontaine, Rau, Zucker and Coyle. They stuck with Hackett the following night for a 5-4 shootout loss against the Lake Erie Monsters. Goals were scored by Palmieri, Fontaine, Rau and Zucker. No Aero scored in the shootout. After a night off, Darcy Kuemper took the net for a 2-4 loss against the former Minnesota Wild Cam Barker’s Texas Stars. Goals were scored by Foucault and Zucker. After another night off, Hackett was back in the net, this time for a 7-5 win this time against former Houston Aero Casey Wellman and the San Antonio Rampage. Goals were scored by Bulmer, Cuma, Larsson and a pair each by McIntyre and Zucker.

Solar Bears: The Orlando Solar Bears took action Wednesday with an overtime 2-1 loss to the Gwinnet Gladiators. John Curry was in the net and the lone goal was scored by Sisca. The action would continue the following night with a 4-3 loss again to the Gladiators. John Curry again took the loss. One goal was scored by Fortier and a pair was scored by Ginand. Following a night off, they would face the Elmira Jackals for a 5-3 win for John Curry. There was a goal scored by Sisca and a pair each for Mignardi and Baker. November 11, they were back against the Gladiators for another 2-1 loss. John Curry would take this loss although he was replaced in the third period by Hannu Toinoven. The lone goal for the Bears was scored by Mignardi.


This Thursday, Defending the Blue Line’s founder, Shane Hudella will take place in the Quest for Emergency Backup at the Xcel Energy Center. We wish him luck and hope to see him at the second intermission on Saturday.

The Houston Aeros are participating in Movember and will be posting updates via social media all month. More information can be found on the Aero’s website.