BRAMPTON, ON – The Brampton Beast hit the road Tuesday against their new divisional rival.
After returning from a three point road trip to Rapid City, the Beast are back home for three games this week. This gives them the chance to climb out of last place in the division, as they play division rivals.
The Adirondack Thunder continued on their road trip Sunday against the Brampton Beast.
With October officially in the books, and November well underway, it’s time to break down the North Division so far. The six teams of the North have kept things rather tight through the first few weeks, with the top five teams within three points of one another.
The last time the Rush played the Beast was in the CHL, where the Beast won five of nine games. Now they would find out if this visit to the Mountain time zone would prove to be as successful, or they would be left clutching their chests in defeat.
Kenton Miller lead the way for Rapid City as the Rush took the rubber match and the series with a 3-1 win Saturday night over the Brampton Beast.
The Rapid City Rush rebound from Wednesday night's stunner to secure a shootout win Friday night over the visiting Brampton Beast.
The Rapid City Rush battled back after a rough middle frame only to have the visiting Brampton Beast light the lamp late to escape with a 5-4 win Wednesday night.
Last season the Beast got their first win versus the Wheeling Nailers, in Wheeling. Coming into this week 0-4-1, the Beast were hoping to win their first of this season against the same Nailers team. There were two chances this week, before they head out of town.
Another disappointing week in Beastville as they lost a home-and-home series to their central division rivals the Kalamazoo Wings.