Jake Virtanen tallied the first goal of the game with a solo rush into the offensive zone at 7:58. The forward skated around Tommy Cross and fired a wrist shot over the glove of Zane McIntyre for his seventh of the year. At 11:51, Alexandre Grenier pulled a backhand shot around McIntyre for his 17th of the year to give the Comets a 2-0 lead. Chad Billins registered the lone assist on both goals.
Michael Carcone extended the lead with his third of the year at 10:15 of the second period with a wrist shot in the slot. Pascal Pelletier and Mike Zalewski assisted on the goal. The onslaught continued with a goal from Curtis Valk at 15:49 on a loose puck near the post. His 16th of the year was assisted by Carcone and Zalewski.
The Bruins responded early in the third period with a goal at 4:16 from Austin Czarnik. His third of the year was assisted by Matt Grzelcyk and Jake DeBrusk. Chris Porter added another goal by sending a rebound behind Thatcher Demko for his fifth of the year at 7:55. The goal was assisted by DeBrusk and Chris Casto to cut the Comets lead in half. McIntyre was pulled for the extra attacker in the final minutes and the Bruins continued a heavy offensive attack in efforts to tie the game. However, Cody Kunyk finished the scoring by finding the open net with assists from Grenier and Tom Nilsson.
Demko improved his record to 18-12-4 with 28 saves. McIntyre suffered his fourth loss of the season and now holds a record of 16-4-3 with 23 saves in the game.
The Comets play their third consecutive road game next Friday in Albany against the Devils at 7 p.m. at the Times Union Center. The game can be heard live on 94.9 KROCK and viewed on AHL Live.
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I set a lofty goal for 2016 – to finish 25 books.
I didn’t make it.
Here are my 20 books of 2016:
My least favorites of the bunch?
- The Paying Guests (too long, not particularly compelling, and I just didn’t care about the characters very much)
- Shrill (I wanted to like it, but I felt like it was billed as something new, brash and fresh, and it just wasn’t)
My favorites of the bunch?
- The Nightingale (so good! I love historical fiction, and I loved these characters, and the writing)
- The Handmaid’s Tale (why had I never read this before?! It is brilliant, and terrifying. The mini-series is coming in April – starring Elisabeth Moss! I can’t wait!)
Goals for 2017?
- Read 25 books (I just…
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