San Jose Barracuda podcast with Marko Ukalovic: Barracuda play last game of season on Tuesday night in Vegas

The San Jose Barracuda Jacob McGrew forward (64) defends against the boards Mon May 3, 2021 against the Bakersfield Condors at Solar4America in San Jose (@sjbarracuda photo)

On the Barracuda podcast with Marko:

#1 The San Jose Barracuda (15-13-4-2) concluded their final home game of the season against the Bakersfield Condors (21-12-0-1) last Monday after winning three straight over the Condors the Barracuda couldn’t hold on for the win losing by two goals 5-3.

#2 Barracuda goaltender Alexi Melnichuk had a rough outing last Monday allowing five goals on 19 Condor shots.

#3 The Condors goalie Stuart Skinner has had some luck he was the AHL CCM goalie of the month of March. He stopped 35 Barracuda shots against and won his 18th game he’s got a bright future whenever he get recalled to the Oilers.

#4 Joel Kellman has been going well for the Barracuda he was the CCM AHL Player of the Week he picked up three points for the Barracuda last Monday and has scored ten points in his last four games.

#5 The Barracuda faced off against the Henderson Silver Knights at 1:00pm today at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas just get a run down from you on how that game went.

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Silver Knights split series with 4-0 shutout win over Barracuda

Tough game for the San Jose Barracuda taking a one goal loss to the Henderson Silver Knights at SAP Center in San Jose on Sat May 1, 2021 (@sjbarracua photo)

by Marko Ukalovic

SAN JOSE, Calif–Less than 24 hours after giving up seven goals, including a franchise worst five power play goals, the Henderson Silver Knights exacted revenge on the San Jose Barracuda in a 4-0 shutout victory on Saturday evening at SAP Center.

Henderson snapped its two game losing streak as they split the two-game series. With the loss, San Jose had its three-game winning streak also snapped.

It was a complete 180 for the ‘Cuda after setting a few franchise scoring marks the night before against its Pacific Division rival. San Jose matched a franchise low with just 16 shots on net.

Oscar Dansk had a relatively easy night as he stopped all 16 shots he faced to earn his first shutout of the season and seventh of his career.

Henderson (22-12-0-0) drew first blood on a five-on-three power play early in the first period. The Silver Knights only needed 20 second during the two-man advantage to break the seal. Danny O’Regan fed a pass over to Jack Dugan who fired a one-timer top-shelf past ‘Cuda goalie Sam Harvey for his first goal of the period and his seventh of the season at the 4:36 mark.

The Silver Knights doubled its lead five minutes later. Paul Cotter picked up the puck at center ice. He raced in from the left side on a two-on-two rush. Cotter performed a toe-drag before snapping a wrist shot past Harvey, who was screened by Jonas Rondbjerg, for his sixth goal of the season at the 9:30 mark.

Dugan gave the Silver Knights a 3-0 lead late in the period with his second goal of the opening 20 minutes. Brayden Pachal hit Dugan with a home run pass at the blueline. Dugan than skated in on a breakaway and made a fore-hand to backhand move as he slipped the puck past Harvey for his eighth goal of the season at the 14:39 mark.

San Jose (15-12-4-2) was dominated by Henderson on the shot clock 16-6 after the first period.

Henderson scored its fourth unanswered goal late in the second period. Lucan Elvenes found Reid Duke alone at the Barraucuda blueline. Duke raced in all alone and shot a quick wrister through the five-hole of Harvey for his fourth goal of the season at the 14:35 mark.

Duke ended a nine-game goal less draught.

Henderson out shot San Jose 11-5 in the middle frame.

Things became chippy in the scoreless third period as frustration set in for San Jose as the ‘Cuda engaged in three fights. Sasha Chmelevski and Peter DeLiberatore went it at the 3:53 mark. Steen Pasichnuk and Duke danced the tango at the 8:17 mark. Then Brinson Pasichnuk and Jermiane Loewen were both given game misconduct penalties after they scrapped with each other at the 11:13 mark.

Harvey made 35 saves on 39 shots in the losing effort.

GAME NOTES: San Jose was 0-for-4 on the power play. Henderson went 1-for-5.

The Three Stars of the Game were: 1) Dugan 2) O’Regan 3) Ryan Murphy

UP NEXT: The Barracuda close out its regular season home schedule as they host the Bakersfield Condors on Monday 5/3 at 4:00pm at Solar4Amerca Ice.

San Jose Barracuda podcast with Marko Ukalovic: Cuda and Knights keep things on edge in 7-5 thriller

San Jose Barracuda (15-11-4-2) had plenty to celebrate on Fri Apr 30, 2021 at SAP Center in San Jose as they scored five times on the power play and won 7-5 over the Henderson Silver Knights (21-12) (@sjbarracuda photo)

#1 Joel Kellman scored the game winning goal with 31 seconds left in regulation on the power play to give the San Jose Barracuda a 7-5 victory over the Henderson Silver Knights on Friday evening at SAP Center.

#2 The ‘Cuda set a franchise record for the most power play goals in a game with five. 

#3 The Barracuda needed every single goal in a game that went back and fourth in a frantic third period that featured seven combined goals.

#4 San Jose has won three games in a row for the second time this season and continue to occupy fourth place and the final play spot in the Pacific Division.

#5 San Jose and Henderson go back at it again tonight at 5:15pm at SAP Center. Could there be another scoring thriller tonight?

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Barracuda set power play goal mark, take down Silver Knights in a wild 7-5 win

The San Jose Barracuda share congratulations as they went five for five on the power play on Sat Apr 29, 2021 against the Henderson Silver Knights at SAP Center in San Jose (@sjbarracuda photo)

by Marko Ukalovic

SAN JOSE, Calif–Joel Kellman scored the game winning goal with 31 seconds left in regulation on the power play to give the San Jose Barracuda a 7-5 victory over the Henderson Silver Knights on Friday evening at SAP Center.

The ‘Cuda set a franchise record for the most power play goals in a game with five. And they needed every single one of them in a game that went back and fourth in a frantic third period that featured seven combined goals.

San Jose has won three games in a row for the second time this season and continue to occupy fourth place and the final play spot in the Pacific Division. Henderson have lost three out of its last four games.

The Barracuda (15-11-4-2) drew first blood in the first seven minutes of the first period. Joel Kellman sent a rink-wide pass over to Chmelevski who buried a wrist shot just inside the short side of the post for his seventh goal of the season at the 7:16 mark. Robbie Russo received the secondary assist.

San Jose doubled its lead on the power play thanks again to the combo of Russo, Kellman and Chmelevski. Kellman sent in a shot in from the left slot that got behind Silver Knights goalie Oscar Dansk. Chmelevski raced in from the right and jammed home the puck past an outstretched Dansk for his second power play of the period and his eighth goal of the season at the 13:28 mark.

Henderson (21-12-0-0) cut the lead in half with a power play goal of their own late in the opening frame. Ryan Murphy sent a pass over to Danny O-Regan at the left slot. The former Barracuda forward haunted his own old team with a wrist shot past the five-hole of ‘Cuda goalie Alexei Melnichuk or his 11th goal of the season at the 16:00 mark.

San Jose out shot Henderson 11-9 in the first period.

The Silver Knights evened the score at two early in the second period with its second power play goal. A shot from the right slot by Cody Glass hit off Melnichuk’s shoulder and popped over behind him in the crease. O’Regan was at the right place at the right time as he tapped home the puck into an open net for his second power play goal and 12th of the season at the 7:35 mark.

San Jose regained the lead late in the second period with its third power play goal of the game. Jayden Halbgewachs attempted drop pass went off a Silver Knight stick that led to Maxim Letunov. The Russian forward gathered the puck, dropped to a knee and sniped home a wrist shot past Dansk low to the far post for his 10th goal of the season at the 18:54 mark.

The Barracuda scored what they thought was an early insurance goal in the first minute of the third period for its fourth power play goal of the game. Brinson Pasichnuk sent a pass from the point over to Brandon Coe. The 19-year old forward snapped home a wrist shot from a tough angle from the left wing for his first career AHL goal at the 0:55 mark.

Henderson made it a one-goal game near the halfway mark of the third period. A shot from the right wing by Reid Duke bounced off the pad of Melnichuk right to the stick of Pavel Dorofeyev who swept the puck past Melnichuk for his sixth goal of the season at the 8:43 mark.

San Jose regained a two-goal lead on it’s own even strength goal. Nicolas Meloche fed a home-run pass out to Kellman along the left wing. Kellman skated in snapped a wrist shot past Dansk for his fifth goal of the season at the 10:41 mark. Chmelevski received the secondary assist that earned him a three-point game.

The Silver Knights didn’t go down quietly as Jonas Ronsbjerg snipped a wrist shot to the short side past Melnichuk for his fourth goal of the season at the 13:30 mark

Henderson scored the equalizer with 2:05 left in the third period when they pulled Dansk for an extra attacker. Jack Dugan fired a wrist shot from between the face off circles past Melnichuk for his sixth goal of the season.

Kellman earned his first career AHL hat trick with an empty net goal from his own defensive zone for his sixth goal of the season at the 19:44 mark. Kellman finished the night with a franchise record five-point game.

The Swedish forward is the first ‘Cuda player to score three goals in one period as he set another franchise mark.

Melnichuk (7-6-3) finished the game stopping 26 of the 31 shots to earn his third straight victory. Dansk (4-2) made 31 saves on 37 shots in the losing effort.

GAME NOTES: San Jose were a perfect 5-for-5 on the power play. Henderson was 2-for-5.

Kellman’s hat trick was the first of the season for San Jose, It was its eighth in franchise history.

Chmelevski has scored three points in back-to-back games for San Jose.

Jake McGrew suffered an upper body and left the ice halfway through the third period. He came back and finished the game.

The Three Stars of the Game were: 1) Kellman 2) Chmelevski 3) Russo, who had four assists in the game.

UP NEXT: San Jose and Henderson go back at it again on Saturday 5/1 at 5:15pm at SAP Center.

San Jose Barracuda podcast with Marko Ukalovic: SJ are back in Bakersfield to face tough Condors tonight; Korenar recalled by Sharks to replace Dubnyk

San Jose Barracuda defenseman Nick DeSimone (57) congratulates goaltender Josef Korenar (32) on Wed Apr 7, 2021 after defeating the Henderson Silver Knights in San Jose (@sjbarracuda photo)

#1 It was another come back game for the San Jose Barracuda (8-7-4-2) last Wednesday night when the Barracuda hosted the Henderson Silver Knights (18-5-0-0) at Solar4America Ice down two goals to win it 4-2.

#2 The win against the Knights was a valuable one as it was San Jose’s first win in eight games against the Knights who are another battling team.

#3 Josef Korenar the Barracuda goaltender stopped 20 of 22 shots in the Wednesday win and now won five games against one. Korenar was recalled by the San Jose Sharks on Saturday afternoon after the Sharks traded goalie Devan Dubnyk to the Colorado Avalanche.

#4 Maxim Letunov scored his fourth and fifth goals of 2021 against the Knights on Wednesday which were key goals in the first win of 2021 against the Knights.

#5 The Barracuda return to action tonight against the Bakersfield Condors (12-9-0-1) the last time the two teams met on Tue Mar 30th the Condors lost their first game to the Barracuda 4-3. Face off tonight at 6pm in Bakersfield.

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Barracuda comeback to beat Silver Knights 4-2

by Marko Ukalovic

SAN JOSE, Calif—Fourth time’s a charm.

The San Jose Barracuda came back to from a two-goal deficit to score four unanswered goals, including two from Maxim Letunov, en route to its first win of the season over the Henderson Silver Knights in a 4-2 victory on Wednesday evening at Solar4America Ice.

San Jose split the two games series and were 0-2-1 against Henderson, who suffered its fifth loss of the season. The Barracuda improved to 22 points and sit in the fourth spot in the Pacific Division, with a .524 winning percentage.

Henderson (18-5-0-0) drew first blood in the first period. Reid Duke intercepted a pass at the Silver Knights blueline. Duke raced down the left wing and sent a rink wide pass over to Dylan Sikura who snapped home a wrist shot past ‘Cuda goalie Josef Korenar for his team leading 11th goal of the season at the 6:55 mark.

There was no love lost between the two teams as Jacob Middleton and Jermaine Loewen exchanged fisticuffs at the 2:41 mark as the bad blood carried over from last night’s game.

San Jose (8-7-4-2) out shot Henderson 10-6 in the opening 20 minutes.

The Silver Knights doubled its lead on the power play late in the second period. Jack Duggan sent in a shot from the left slot and Ben Jones tipped the puck past Korenar for his for his sixth goal of the season at the 14:56 mark. Ryan Murphy was credited with the secondary assist.

The ‘Cuda finally figured out a way to put a puck past Silver Knights goalie Logan Thompson as they cut the lead in half with 33 second lefts in the middle frame.

Nicolas Meloche sent in a shot in from the point where Evan Weinger quickly found Letunov out in front of the crease. Letunov jammed home the puck past an unsuspecting Thompson for his first goal of the contest and fourth of the season.

San Jose scored the equalizer on a counter attack. Meloche skated into the Silver Knights zone, made a drop pass to Sasha Chmelevski who used Meloche as screen to beat Thompson with a wrist shot to the far side for his third goal of the season at the 11:40 mark. Meloche finished with two assists on the evening.

The Barracuda gained its first lead of the game on the power play just over three minute later. Chmelevski sent in a shot from the right slot that Thompson couldn’t corral. Letunov crashed the net and cleaned up the rebound off for his second goal of the game and fifth of the season at the 14:55 mark.

Letunov is starting to heat up for San Jose with three goals in as many games.

The ‘Cuda iced the game with an empty netter from Stefan Noesen at the 18:39 mark. Korenar received the only assist on Noesen’s second goal of the season.

Korenar finished the game with 20 saves on 22 shots to earn the victory. Thompson had an eventful night stopping 39 of the 42 shots the ‘Cuda peppered him throughout the game. Thompson’s four-game winning streak also came to an end.

GAME NOTES: San Jose went 1-for-2 on the power play. Henderson was 1-for-1.

Henderson lost for the first time this season after leading after the second period (13-1).

The Three Stars of the Game were: 1) Letunov 2) Chmelevski 3) Meloche

UP NEXT: The Barracuda travel down to Bakersfield to take on the Condors on Saturday 4/10 at 6:00pm at Mechanics Bank Arena.

Silver Knights take down the Barracuda in 2-1 shootout victory

The Henderson Silver Knights and San Jose Barracuda dropped the puck earlier on Tue Apr 6, 2021 at Solar4America Ice in San Jose for the first of two games (@sjbarracuda photo)

by Marko Ukalovic

SAN JOSE, Calif—The Henderson Silver Knights made the home team pay for a trip to the sinbin late in the third period as they scored the equalizer and ended up winning in the shootout 2-1 over the San Jose Barracuda on Tuesday evening at Solar4America Ice.

Pavel Dorofeyev scored the winning goal in the sixth round of the shootout for Henderson as they have won five of its past six games and sit comfortably in first place in the Pacific Division with 36 points.

San Jose have lost five of its past six games but picked up a point and remain in fourth place in the Pacific Division with 20 points. They are now 0-6 in overtime/shootout games.

The opening 20 minutes was scoreless despite Henderson (18-4-0-0) having two power play opportunities. San Jose’s penalty kill, led by goalie Alexei Melnichuk, kept the Silver Knights off the scoreboard in the first period. Shots were even at nine a piece.

San Jose (7-7-4-2) drew first blood with an even strength goal near the halfway point of the second period. Jake Middleton started a rush up the ice with a pass over to Brandon Coe who centered a pass over to an incoming Jake McGrew. The San Jose Sharks former sixth round draft pick in 2017 made one move to the right before chipping the puck top-shelf past Silver Knights goalie Logan Thompson for his second goal of the season at the 8:58 mark.

McGrew snapped a nine-game goal-less draught. Poe picked up his first AHL point of his career.

San Jose had the ice tilted in its favor as the outshot Henderson 10-5 in the middle frame with three power play opportunities.

Joel Kellman had a short-handed breakaway chance early in the third period to give the ‘Cuda an insurance goal but was stoned away by Thompson.

The Silver Knights scored the equalizer late in the third period as they took advantage of Robbie Russo’s penalty for delay of game. Ryan Murphy sent a bomb from the point that made its way past Melnichuk for his fifth goal of the season and second on the power play at the 17:55 mark.

An all line brawl broke out with 1:06 remaining in regulation that was sparked by a high hit delivered by Jake Leschyshyn on Alexander True earlier that flared tempers for the ‘Cuda.

The Silver Knights carried over a power play into overtime but weren’t able to capitalize on the opportunity. Gage Quinney had the best chance in the extra session to win the game with a breakaway chance only to have Melnichuk make the save of the game, sending the game to the shootout.

Thompson finished with 29 saves on 30 shots in earning the victory. Melnichuk made 25 saves on 26 shots in the losing effort.

GAME NOTES: San Jose went 0-for-4 on the power play. Henderson was 1-for-6.

Reid Duke made his AHL debut for the Silver Knights after finishing his senior season at the University of Minnesota.

The Three Stars of the Game were: 1) Dorofeyev 2) Thompson 3) Melnichuk

UP NEXT: The same two teams are back in action on Wednesday 4/7 at 6:00pm at Solar4America Ice.

Silver Knights sweep series over Barracuda in 4-0 shutout win

The San Jose Barracuda forward Jake Middleton (21) and the Henderson Silver Knights left winger Danny O’Regan (21) scramble for the puck on Sun Mar 21, 2021 at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas (@sjbarracuda photo)

by Marko Ukalovic

LAS VEGAS, Nev.—The Henderson Silver Knights received goals from four different scorers and rode the back of their goaltender Logan Thompson in a 4-0 shutout victory over the San Jose Barracuda on Sunday afternoon at Orleans Arena.

Thompson stopped all 38 shots he faced for his first career AHL shutout. Henderson has won eight of their past nine games. San Jose has lost five of its past six games.

Henderson (13-2-0-0) drew first blood in the first five minutes of the first period on the power play. Lucas Elvenes skated from the left wing before centering a pass to a wide open Pavel Dorofeyev in the slot and he buried a one-timer past ‘Cuda goalie Zachary Sawchenko for his third goal of the season at the 4:46 mark.

This was the second game in a row San Jose (6-6-4-0) outshot Henderson and have lost the game. The ‘Cuda out shot the Knights 9-6 in the first period, 13-7 in the second and 16-8 in third.

The Silver Knights doubled its lead late in the middle frame. Gage Quinney’s shot from just beyond the faceoff circles was initially stopped by Sawchenko but Jack Dugan cleaned up the rebound for his second goal of the season at th 17:12 mark.

Despite the offensive attack from San Jose in the third period, Thompson kept the ‘Cuda off the scoreboard.

Henderson put the game away with an empty net goal from former San Jose Sharks propect Danny O’Regan at the 18:37 mark of the third period. Quinney received his second assist of the game on O’Regan’s fifth goal of the season.

Tyrell Goulbourne closed out the scoring for the Silver Knights 12 seconds later when he scored his first goal in 47 games after finishing off a centering pass from Paul Cotter.

Sawchenko, who made his first start in goal for the first since last March, finished the game with 17 shots on 20 shots in the losing effort.

GAME NOTES: San Jose went 0-for-5 on the power play. They went 0-for-8 in the two-game series. Henderson went 1-for-4. They had scored on three consecutive power plays against San Jose.

The Three Stars of the Game were: 1) Thompson 2) Dorofeyev 3) Dugan

The past two games Orleans fans had hosted fans for the first time this season.

UP NEXT: San Jose continues its roadtrip as they travel out to Bakersfield to take on the Condors on Wednesday 3/24 at 6:00pm at Mechanics Bank Arena.

Silver Knights too much for Barracuda in 5-2 win

Photo credit: Forward Joel Kellman (46) of the San Jose Barracuda looks more like he’s putting a tackle on one of the Henderson Silver Knights players during Sat Mar 20, 2021 game in Las Vegas at the Orleans Arena (@sjbarracuda photo)

By Marko Ukalovic

The Henderson Silver Knights scored four unanswered goals in the final 27 minutes of the game to defeat the San Jose Barracuda 5-2 on Saturday afternoon at Orleans Arena.

The Silver Knights have won seven of its past eight games. The Barracuda have lost four of its past five games.

Henderson (12-2-0-0) drew first blood in the opening minute of the first period. With Nick DeSimone in the sinbin for holding just 30 seconds into the game, the Silver Knights scored on its first power play opportunity.

Jack Dugan sent a pass back to Dylan Sikura on the right wing and Sikura snapped home a wrist shot top-shelf to the short side of ‘Cuda starting goalie Alexei Melnichuk for his team-leading seventh goal of the season at the 1:09 mark.

San Jose (6-5-4-0) regrouped and scored the equalizer five minutes later. The Russian connection of Ivan Chekhovich and Maxim Letunov helped get the ‘Cuda on the board. Chekhovich, who made his San Jose debut after returning from playing in the KHL, found Letunov in between the faceoff circles and Letunov buried a wrist shot top-shelf past Silver Knights goalie Logan Thompson for his second goal of the season at the 5:35 mark.

The Barracuda gained the lead with one-tenth of a second left in the opening 20 minutes. A turnover by a Silver Knights defender from behind his own net led to a mad scramble in front of the net where Alex True was able to jam home the puck past Thompson for his fifth goal of the season. Captain Jacob Magna and Noah Gregor received assists.

True extended his point streak to five games and has points in six of his last seven games.

Henderson proved why they are one of the best teams of the AHL in the second period. Coming into the game they were a +11 and scored two goals to take control of the game.

Sikura found Danny O’Regan in the slot and the former San Jose Sharks’ fifth round draft pick rifled a wrist shot short-side over the left shoulder of Melnichuk for his fourth goal of the season at the 12:53 mark. O’Regan has goals in back-to-back games.

The Silver Knights regained the lead for good when Patrick Brown fed a pass over to Paul Cotter and he fired a wrist shot that beat Melnichuk top-shelf for his third goal of the season at the 15:36 mark.

Melnichuk left the game after the second period with an apparent lower body injury he suffered in the second period. He was replaced with Zachary Sawchenko to start the third period.

Henderson scored an insurance goal at the 13:11 mark of the third period. Tyrell Goulbourne’s shot on goal wasn’t controlled by Sawchenko and Jake Leschyshyn cashed in the rebound for his second goal of the season.

Ben Jones iced the game and finished off the scoring for Henderson with an empty net goal at the 17:21 mark.

Thompson had an impressive game, stopping 39 of the 41 shots to earn the victory. Melnichuk made 22 saves on 25 shots in the losing effort. Sawchenko, who had his first action in the AHL since March 6, 2020, stopped nine of the 10 shots he faced in the third period.

GAME NOTES: San Jose was 0-for-3 on the power play. Henderson went 1-for-2.

Henderson is currently undefeated at home with a 6-0 record.

The Three Stars of the Game were: 1) Tomas Jurco 2) O’Regan 3) Cotter

UP NEXT: The Barracuda and Silver Knights conclude their series on Sunday, March 21 at 12 pm PST.

San Jose Barracuda podcast with Marko Ukalovic: Barracuda finally open up in San Jose; Can Cuda withstand 3 players leaving for Sharks

The Tucson Barracuda and San Jose Barracuda who canceled their pre season game on Friday will face off in San Jose SAP Center on Sun Feb 7, 2021 for the Barracuda’s first home opener (sjbarracuda.com photo)

On the San Jose Barracuda podcast with Marko:

#1 The San Jose Sharks the San Jose Barracuda parent club has recalled three Barracuda players, first forwards to come up to the Sharks Rudolf Balcers, Maxim Letunov, and defenceman Fredrik Claesson on Thursday.  Will their departure put a hole in the Barracuda line up?

#2 The Barracuda schedule has been switched around the Barracuda were supposed to play their last pre season game on Fri Feb 5th against the Tucson Roadrunners at SAP Center but that game was postponed. The next game Sat 6th was moved to Sun Feb 7th for an 11am face off and will be the home opener and Mon 8th will conclude the brief two game series with Tucson for a 6:00pm face off.

#3 The Barracuda stated that these changes were made out of an abundance of caution due to a player coming up positive for Covid-19 last Sat Jan 30th in Las Vegas against the Henderson Silver Knights. In the third period officials were notified of the positive test and stopped the game and had both teams return to the dressing rooms and the game was postponed per AHL Covid-19 protocols.

#4 The Barracuda (2-3) lost their last game 7-3 to the Silver Knights in Las Vegas Fri Jan 29th at the Orleans Arena. One thing the Barracuda had time to work on during these days of postponed games was trying to work on avoiding the five goal second period they had endured in that last game.

#5 Long rest ready to get back to work, the Barracuda had Friday off and will have their home opener Sunday this morning for their first home opener. For the Barracuda they have to be happy to be back in San Jose.

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