FAYETTEVILLE, NC – A blowout Thanksgiving day victory gave the Marksmen a lot to be thankful for going into their Saturday matchup against the Knoxville Ice Bears. Bringing a 10-1-1 record, good for second in the SPHL. They looked to keep their home ice point streak going, having not lost in regulation at the Crown since March 22nd.
The game looked to be going well for the Marksmen, they controlled the puck in the offensive end, sending many shots on net. They sent off five shots in a row, including a pair while they were on the penalty kill. Their penalty kill was successful early, not allowing a single shot on net during the kill. The period went on, Fayetteville still controlling the puck predominantly in the offensive end.
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