Bulldogs Player of the Week: Eric Tangradi
The veteran forward continued his incredible scoring run this past week with a pair of goals in three games played. No goal was bigger than Tangradi's overtime winner against division rival Adirondack. Not quite content with that he also opened the scoring against Rochester on Friday the 13th in a 4-2 victory.
In the month of March Tangradi has scored in five of seven games played and tallied six goals and two assists, placing him seventh overall for the Bulldogs in scoring.
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Charles Hudon: The rookie forward wasn't very active on the scoresheet this week, he registered just a single goal in three games.
Gabriel Dumont: The Bulldogs captain registered just one point on the week, an assist in a 4-2 over Rochester.
Sven Andrighetto: The Swiss forward continues to play dish master for the Bulldogs. He would grab three assists on the week, including the primary marker on both game winning goals this week.
Daniel Carr: The NCAA product continues to distance himself in the Bulldogs goal scoring race, when he netted the game winner against Rochester. Carr leads all rookies in goals and in twelfth place for overall scoring.
Drayson Bowman: The AHL vet failed to record a point this week in three games played.
Davis Drewiske: Consider Drewiske's slump busted, as the veteran defensemen grabbed a pair of assists in two games played.
Christian Thomas: The speedy sniper grab a single point this week, by scoring his tenth goal of the season.
Darren Dietz: The young blueliner is mired in a slump and recorded no points in three games this week,
Greg Pateryn: The all purpose defensemen recorded a single assist before being called up to Montreal.
Jacob de la Rose: The Swedish forward is still on recall with the Canadiens.
Mac Bennett: The rookie blueliner is still out with an injury.
Michael Bournival: In two games played this week Bournival recorded no points. He is currently day to day with an upper body injury suffered against Rochester.
Jarred Tinordi: The massive rearguard didn't find his way on to the scoresheet this week for the Bulldogs.
Morgan Ellis: It continues to be a redemption story for Ellis who recorded another assist this week.
Bryan Allen: The veteran defencemen record no points and two PIMs on the week.
Connor Crisp: The hard hitting forward played in just one game this week and managed only one shot on goal.
Dalton Thrower: It looks like Thrower is finding his scoring touch for the Brampton Beast with a pair of goals in three games played.
Mike Condon: In his lone start of the week Condon stopped sixteen of seventeen shots in a 2-0 to the Toronto Marlies. He sits at eleventh in the AHL for GAA and seventh for SV%, not bad for a rookie goalie.
Joey MacDonald: The veteran goaltender appears to be earning the trust of head coach Slyvain Lefebvre with a pair of starts this week. MacDonald notched wins in each game while making thirty nine and twenty six saves respectively.
Year to Date Stats
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The Hamilton Bulldogs record currently sits at 30-24-9 giving them sixty nine points overall. They're currently sitting at second in the North Division and eighth in the Western Conference. The Bulldogs will be back in action on March 21st and 22nd when they visit the San Antonio Rampage for a weekend doubleheader.