NORTH CHARLESTON, SC – Four unanswered goals helped to lift the Greenville Swamp Rabbits over the South Carolina Stingrays, 4-1, on Friday night at the North Charleston Coliseum. After a scoreless first period, South Carolina’s Alex Brink scored the first goal of the night, a shorthanded tally, at the 2:31 mark in the second frame. The Stingrays lead did not last long as Brett Kemp struck on the power-play, creating an even score-line at the 8:40 mark. Max Zimmer and Anthony Beauchamp found themselves flying down the ice on a breakaway at 12:02. After crisp passing to enter the offensive zone, Zimmer buried the puck in the net giving the Rabbits a 2-1 lead. The Swamp Rabbits maintained their momentum in the third period, extending the lead to three goals, as Kemp scored the insurance goal for the Rabbits at 7:38, retrieving his own rebound and finding space to shoot. Ben Freeman added another tally to the board at the 13:32 mark, solidifying a 4-1 Swamp Rabbits win. With the win, the Swamp Rabbits improve to 22-23-4-3 while the Stingrays fall to 18-31-6-0. Greenville’s victory is the team’s sixth win in their last seven games. The Swamp Rabbits travel to Jacksonville on Saturday, March 12, for a 7:05 p.m. meeting with the Jacksonville Icemen, the first of back-to-back games against the opponent from Florida.Swamp Rabbits Single Game Tickets are on sale now! For more information or to secure your seats today call 864-674-PUCK (7825) or email INFO@SwampRabbits.com
KEMP SCORES TWICE, RABBITS WIN SIXTH GAME IN LAST SEVEN WITH 4-1 TOPPING OF STINGRAYS
Saturday, March 12th
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