Seagulls score four unanswered goals and survive the roadrunners at the Tucson Arena | Roadrunner
Pederson, who like Bunting has established himself among the top five- or ten-point producers in the American Hockey League for weeks, received no official support but was key to starting the rush with his game in front of goalkeeper Ivan Prosvetov .
“I think at this point in the game it’s just a desperate game. I just rushed back and tried to read something and put my body in front of it, ”said Pederson. “The way it worked, yeah, it worked out pretty well.” “You see people doing this all night through our lineup. You see more of it. “
Tucson coach Steve Potvin of Pederson’s Two-Way Development said, “I think we all see the offensive ability in him and it’s definitely nice that he’s taking this next step in our system and really a shutdown player can be.
“When you work so hard and abandon offensive games for your opponent, you usually get rewarded for it – a scoring chance, a goal, a penalty or something. And he was definitely rewarded immediately, ”he added.
If Bunting’s two goals weren’t on track initially to be the Sunday outing headline for Tucson, Prosvetov’s return in the first 38 minutes looked like it was going to overtake him.
Prosvetov, who started six straight games to start the Roadrunners’ schedule for 2021, was back in Tucson after being transferred from the Arizona Coyotes earlier in the day. It is believed that the intent was to bring more live game action to those interested in the NHL.
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