Spencer Abbott is turning into a goal scoring machine just when the San Diego Gulls need one. Abbott scored a goal and added another in the shootout in Saturday night’s 3-2 win over Tucson. Abbott’s biggest shot: a one-timer at 6:59 of the third period to help the Gulls get a much needed win over Tucson Saturday night in front of 10,002 at Valley View Casino Center. The Gulls (7-7-1-0) did it despite a rash of injuries and callups to the NHL’s Anaheim Ducks. “Just playing good hockey,” Abbott said.
The Gulls scored on their third third and fifth shots of the game, chased Tucson Roadrunners goaltender Adin Hill in the second period and cruised to a 7-3 third period lead in front of 9,049 at Valley View Casino Center Friday night. The Gulls and Roadrunners meet again Saturday night as the Gulls conclude a five-game homestand. Mitch Hults, Mike Liambas, Eric Fehr (two goals), Kyle Thomas, Spencer Abbott, and Sam Carrick scored for the Gulls, who led by scores of 2-1, 3-1, 4-2, 6-2 and 7-3.
A rough stretch continued for the Gulls Saturday night with a 4-1 loss to the Ontario Reign. The good news: help is on the way. Keaton Thompson scored for the Gulls, who were outshot 37-12 and went 1 of 5 on the power play in absorbing their third consecutive defeat. Kevin Boyle (33 saves) took the loss in goal.
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