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Gamblers drop game one versus Fargo

Gamblers were back in action at the Resch tonight to take on the Fargo Force.  In a close, physical battle Green Bay would end up coming up just short falling to Fargo 4-3.

Green Bay would start off slow in the first period with only 12 shots on net, while the Force had 18.  Fargo would take a 2-0 lead into the second period.

More of the same in the second period as Fargo added a third goal just two and a half minutes into the period.  However, Mason Lohrei (7) would score eight minutes later to get the Gamblers on the board.  With less than a minute left in the period, Nicholas Zabaneh (10) would bring the Gamblers within one.  Fargo would answer just twelve seconds later and take a 4-2 lead into the final period.

Alex Servagno (7) scored early and got the Gamblers within one goal.  Unfortunately, that would not be enough and the Gamblers fell 4-3.  Nicholas Grabko was in net tonight and saved 34 of the 38 shots he faced.

The Gamblers are back at the Resch tomorrow to take on Fargo for their Police and Fire Appreciation Night.  The game begins at 7:05 pm and tickets are available at www.gamblershockey.com/tickets.

SEASON HIGH CROWD ON HAND FOR DASH FOR CASH

(Green Bay, WI) – The Green Bay Gamblers and North Shore Bank teamed up this past Saturday (1/18/20) to raise $18,350.00 for local high, middle and elementary schools.  A season-high crowd of 5,526 attended the game. North Shore Bank has served as the “Presenting” sponsor of Dash for Cash since 2013.

This year’s dash featured a record amount of money ($12,500) and teachers (36).  Schools in the communities of Algoma, Appleton, Brillion, DePere, Green Bay, Greenville, Howard, Kaukauna, Kewaunee, Kimberly, Marinette, Menasha, Mishicot, New London, Pulaski, Suamico and Wrightstown were represented.

Since 2013, the Teachers Dash for Cash has raised the following amounts for area schools:

2020:             $18,350

2019:             $14,251

2018:             $14,358

2017:             $11,500

2016:             $9,197

2015:             $9,602

2014:             $5,389

2013:             $5,000

Total:             $87,647.00

*Funds generated through Dash for Cash and ticket sales

Participating schools in the 2020 Dash for Cash include:

High School

Green Bay West and Mishicot

Middle School

Brillion, Freedom, Marinette New London and Pulaski

Elementary School

Algoma, Barlow Park, Bay View, Beaumont, Brillion, Butte des Morts, Dickinson, Evans, Gegan, Glenbrook, Hemlock Creek, Howard, Kewaunee, Meadowbrook, North Greenville, O.H. Schultz, Sullivan, Sunrise, Westwood, Wilder and Wrightstown

Private & Charter Schools

Father Allouez, John Dewey Academy, Our Lady of Lourdes, Park Community Charter School, St. John Lutheran, St. Mark’s Lutheran and St. Thomas Aquinas,

Stay tuned to the Gamblers Facebook page for Dash for Cash.

Gamblers thrash the Capitols 4-0

In the second game of the weekend series against the Capitols, Green Bay came prepared to get their second win of the weekend.  After a slow first period for both teams, Green Bay would find their grove in the second and third periods to end the night with a 4-0 victory.

In the first period, Green Bay was unable to find the back of the net after outshooting the Capitols 14-7.  Both teams would also see a total of four penalty minutes per side.

In a more physical second period that saw even more penalty minutes, Green Bay would finally find a way to sound the horn.  The first goal of the period for the Gamblers came from Nicholas Zabaneh, his eighth of the season.  Chad Hillebrand would add another for the Gamblers, his second of the weekend and his tenth of the season.

After a strong second period, Green Bay would look to finish off the night in the third.  Green Bay would stay hot in the third starting off with Dylan Moulton finding the back of the net for the first time this season five minutes into the final period.  Camden Thiesing would score the final goal of the night for the Gamblers and close out the victory.  Gavin Enright would save 16 of the 16 shots that he faced and would complete the shutout.

Green Bay is on the road next weekend for a three-game series against Youngstown.  The games can be watched on www.hockeytv.com.  Puck drops at 7:05 pm on Friday and Saturday.  The game starts at 5:05 pm on Sunday.  Green Bay heads back to the Resch on January 31st to take on Fargo, with the puck dropping at 7:05 pm.  Tickets are available at www.gamblershockey.com/tickets.

A Strong third period leads Gamblers past the Capitols 5-4

Green Bay took on the Madison Capitols tonight in a thrilling game.  After a slow start that saw the Green Bay down 3-0 at the end of the first, the Gamblers would come out firing in the final period and battle back to win 5-4.

Capitols captain Carson Bantle would start the night off quickly with a goal in the first two minutes of the game.  By the end of the first Madison would add another two more goals and lead 3-0 after the 1st.  The Gamblers did push the pace and outshot the 17-7 in the period.

The second period was more of the same.  The Gamblers again came out firing and outshot Madison 20-7. However, only Chad Hillebrand was able to crack the code with his ninth goal of the season.  Madison forward Reid Pabich would answer with his second of the night for the Capitols to make it 4-1 when heading into the third.

With all the chips on the table, the Gamblers would come back with vengeance on their mind.  Green Bay would come out firing on all cylinders in the third period. Four unanswered goals lifted the Gamblers past the Capitols.  It was a thrilling final period at the Resch that kept the fans excited throughout the final 20 minutes.  The Gamblers goal scorers in the third included Camden Thiesing (8), Ryan O’Reilly (11), Alex Servagno (6), and Jake Schmaltz (7) who scored the game-winning goal.

Gamblers are back at the Resch tomorrow to take on Madison once again.  Puck drops at 7:05 for the sixth meeting between the two teams.  Tickets are available at www.gamblershockey.com/tickets.