Tucson Roadrunners lose for second straight game as road games stretch continues | road runner

The Tucson Roadrunners fell below .500 with their second three-goal loss in as many nights, falling 4-1 at first-seeded Stockton on Saturday night.

Stockton scored twice in the first half and once in the second to take a 3-0 lead in the American Hockey League game.

Cameron Hebig reduced the deficit to 3:1 with a goal five minutes before the end.

Tucson had been trailed 3-0 in San Jose on Friday night.

Tucson fell to 12-13-2-1 while Stockton switched to 22-6-2-1.

The Roadrunners are halfway through a six-game stretch. They are next on duty in Bakersfield on Wednesday.


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