December 4, 2011
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Kevin Slusarski, Ontario Reign PR Intern
Phone: (909) 941-7825
Reign Shut Out by Thunder 2-0
Carrozzi Turns Aside 30 in Loss
– The Ontario Reign (10-7-1-1), proud affiliate of the NHL's Los Angeles Kings, were shut out 2-0 by the Stockton Thunder (10-7-1-2) before 4,644 at Citizens Business Bank Arena on Sunday.
The teams clashed through two scoreless periods before Stockton winger Jesse Fratkin scored 1:46 into the third on a 2-on-1 with Cameron Abney. Abney took the initial shot and Fratkin slipped the rebound inside the right post. Jordan Fulton put the Thunder up 2-0 with just 1:31 left in regulation and the Reign suffered its first shutout of the season.
Chris Carrozzi (1-2-1) was tagged with the loss while Olivier Roy (4-4-3) stopped all 27 shots he faced. It's Roy's fourth win in four games against Ontario this season.
1) STK – Olivier Roy
2) STK – Jordon Fulton
3) ONT – Mike Montgomery
To view the box score, click here.
The Reign travel to Las Vegas for a pair of games against the Wranglers Thursday and Friday then the teams travel to Ontario for a game on Saturday, Dec. 10. The first 3,000 fans through the gates Saturday receive an Ontario Reign blanket designed and sponsored by Ideal Graphics. Reign players will wear holiday jerseys sponsored by the 66ers Dance Team, to be available for bidding at the post-game jersey auction. The annual Teddy Bear Toss, sponsored by Progressive Energy Solutions, invites fans to bring stuffed animals to donate to Toys for Tots.
Help Cameron the Super Fan cheer the Reign on to victory!
Come meet up with the players after the game and enjoy some great food from Boston's Gourmet Pizza Restaurant and Sports Bar located on the corner of Milliken and 4th St. (11260 4th Street, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730). Show your ticket stub and receive 15% off your food order.
Holiday plans, made up of four games and more, for as low as $35 are on sale now! Call 909-941-PUCK (7825) order yours today or visit us online at www.ontarioreign.com to learn more.