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PENGUINS GAME REPORT: Oct. 17 Vs. Hershey

October 18, 2018 GMT

Hershey 1 1 1 — 3 Penguins 0 0 2 — 2 First period: Scoring - 1, Her, Jonsson-Fjallby (Lewington), 1:40. Penalties - WBS, Aston-Reese, high-sticking 9:41; Her, Lewington, holding 16:53. Second period: Scoring - 2, Her, O’Brien, 19:39. Penalties - Her, Whitney, slashing 11:22; Her, Sgarbossa, tripping 19:52. Third period: Scoring - 3, WBS, Lindberg (Horvat, Prow), 2:19; 4, WBS, Wilson (Miletic, Elliott), 4:08 (PP); 5, Her, Megna (Kammerer, Pyett), 6:19. Penalties - Her, Pyett, delay of game 2:58. Shots on goal: Her 9 11 8 - 28; WBS 13 18 11 - 42. Goaltenders: Her, Vanecek (40 saves on 42 shots); WBS, Jarry (25 saves on 28 shots). Power-play opportunities: Her 0 for 1; WBS 1 for 4. Referees: Olivier Goulin and Peter Schlittenhardt. Linesmen: Neil Frederickson and Scott Pomento. Three stars 1. Hershey F Jayson Megna, game-winning goal 2. Penguins F Tobias Lindberg, goal 3. Hershey G Vitek Vanecek, 40 saves By the numbers 0 — wins for Hershey in regulation against the Penguins last season. Hershey won once in overtime and a shootout in 12 tries. Up next The Penguins travel south to Allentown, where they will take on Lehigh Valley at the PPL Center on Friday at 7:05 p.m. — TYLER PICCOTTI AHL standings Eastern Conference Atlantic Division North Division Western Conference Central Division Pacific Division Two points are awarded for a win, one point for an overtime or shootout loss. Tuesday’s Games  No games scheduled Wednesday’s Games  Texas 6, Grand Rapids 3  Rochester 6, Utica 1  Belleville 5, Binghamton 2  Hershey 3, Penguins 2  Laval 5, Hartford 2  Milwaukee at Ontario, (n.) Today  No games scheduled