BRAMPTON, Ont. - The Brampton Beast fell in their final regular season game of the 2017-18 season 6-2 to the Adirondack Thunder on Sunday afternoon. Robyn Iwaskiw shows you the game through her lens.
After spoiling the party for both the Nailers and the Wings, the Beast had a chance to wreck the party for the Thunder too. Would they end the season on a winning streak or falter the final.
BRAMPTON, ON - Check out these images by Robyn Iwaskiw from the Brampton Beast spoiling the Wheeling Nailers chance at a playoff run.
BRAMPTON, Ont. – The Brampton Beast traveled to Kalamazoo for their final road game of the season. Entering Saturday night's penultimate game of the regular season, the Kalamazoo Wings need the points to stay in the playoff race and could potentially clinch with a win
BRAMPTON, Ont. – The Brampton Beast opened their final three games of the season Friday looking to play spoiler. Enter the Wheeling Nailers, who needed two big points to keep pace with the Worcester Railers.
WHEELING, W.V. - Heading into the final weekend of the ECHL regular season, there are only two things certain in the North Division; one, nothing is etched in stone; and two, Brampton Beast are not playing past Sunday.
Every year, the discussion takes place among fans on who should be the major award winners in the ECHL. Did one player deserve an award...
WORCESTER, Mass. – The Brampton Beast arrived in Worcester on a two-game winning streak. The Railers went into the night needing every win they can get to get into the playoffs.
In a thrilling game the Brampton Beast won 6-5 in an OT win. Beast were up 4-2 after 40. Then two quick goals by fuel tied it, penalty shot was on the Fuel power play. Luc Blain scored with 28s left as the Power Play almost ended. Eric Bradford scored 1 minute into the overtime.
The Beast arrived home having beaten the Toledo Walleye for the second time in a month. However, they are out of the playoffs. The Fuel are looking for the win to inch closer to their first playoff berth.