The San Diego Gulls open the new year and conclude their three-game set with the Henderson Silver Knights today at Dollar Loan Center (2 p.m. PT; TV: AHL TV, RADIO: Gulls Audio Network).
In the final game of 2022, the Gulls fall 4-1 to the Henderson Silver Knights despite tallying their first shorthanded goal of the season.
Mannella, 27 (8/24/95), appeared in two games with San Diego this season, including his Gulls debut on Dec. 14 against Abbotsford.
Alexander, 20 (7/2/02), went 8-5-1 with record in 15 games this season with the Swift Current Broncos of the Western Hockey League (WHL).
San Diego enters tonight’s game after posting consecutive wins for the first time this season. Meanwhile, Henderson looks to get back in the win column after dropping their last three games, including a 5-4 loss to the Gulls on Wednesday, Dec.…
The Gulls won their last home game in 2022, 5-4, surviving a late comeback push from the Silver Knights.
Eriksson Ek, 23 (6/22/99), has appeared in 48 career American Hockey League (AHL) games with San Diego, posting a 15-26-3 record with one shutout.
The San Diego Gulls return to Pechanga Arena San Diego to battle the Henderson Silver Knights (7 p.m. PT; TV: AHL TV, RADIO: Gulls Audio Network).
The Gulls break their losing streak with a 6-2 victory against the Tucson Roadrunners. Pavol Regenda, Brayden Tracey, Jacob Perreault, Rocco Grimaldi, and Hunter Drew all had multi-point nights to help earn the win.
The San Diego Gulls finish their set of three consecutive games against the Tucson Roadrunners tonight at the Tucson Convention Center Arena (6 p.m. PT; TV: AHL TV, RADIO: Gulls Audio Network).
Despite outshooting the Tucson Roadrunners in the first, the Gulls couldn't maintain the pace and fell 6-2 to the Tucson Roadrunners in their second to last game prior to Christmas.
Hilderman, 25 (4/11/97), earned 0-1=1 points two penalty minutes (PIM) in 14 games with San Diego this season, registering his first career AHL point (an assist) on Nov. 8 at Henderson.