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November 18, 2018

IceCaps comeback not to be as Phantoms win 4-2

Former St. John’s IceCaps MVP Andrew Gordon played the role of spoiler on Saturday night scoring the game-winning goal in the dying minutes of the game as the Lehigh Valley Phantoms topped the IceCaps 4-2 at Mile One Centre.
 
The Phantoms’ Robert Hagg, Brett Hextall and Ryan White rounded out their scoring while Gordon’s winner came with just under three minutes remaining.
 
Blair Riley and Kyle MacKinnon scored for the IceCaps, who saw their winning streak halted at three games. Goalie ConnorHellebuyck finished the night with 24 saves.

The IceCaps and Phantoms hook up for a rematch Sunday afternoon at 4:00 island time at Mile One.

Fans attending the game are asked to bring a non-perishable food item for the Purolator Shut Out Hunger Food Drive, in support of the Community Food Sharing Association. In exchange, fans will be entered to win a replica IceCaps jersey.

Since the 2012-2013 season, more than 13,000 kilograms of food has been donated through the food drive.

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IceCaps comeback not to be as Phantoms win 4-2