Adirondack Phantoms (9-8-0-0: NHL - Philadelphia Flyers)
St. John's IceCaps (9-9-0-1: NHL - Winnipeg Jets)
1. STREAKING THROUGH GLENS FALLS
The Phantoms enter the week riding a three-game winning streak, their first of the season… During this streak Adirondack has outscored their opponent 10-3… The Phantoms are also on a four-game home winning streak in which they have outscored the opposition 14-3… Tonight is the Phantoms fourth game in their season-high six-game homestand.2. THREE OF FOUR
This is the third of four meetings on the year between the two clubs… The team's split the first two meetings, both at St. John's, with both games being decided by one goal… The Phantoms won the last of the first two meetings on an overtime winner by Zac Rinaldo… The IceCaps have had seven of their nine victories on the season by one goal.3. SCHENN-SATIONAL LATELY
Brayden Schenn currently ranks third overall in the AHL's scoring race with 22 points… He has recorded at least a point in five of his last six games, four of which have been multi-point games.4. Player to watch PHANTOMS: Scott Munroe
Should Scott Munroe get the start in net tonight he will look to make it four straight wins and five straight on home ice… During his four-game win streak at home, Munroe has stopped 96 of 99 shots, posting a 0.75 goals-against average and .969 save percentage, including one shutout.5. Player to watch ICECAPS: Derek Meech
As a defenseman, Meech leads the IceCaps in assists (9) and points (12) through 17 games this season… He is coming off a three-point game in his last outing, recording a goal and two assists in a 6-0 win over the Providence Bruins… Meech also has eight points in nine games during November.