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Weekend recap: Rampage sweep Stars, win fourth straight overall


With the 2017-18 San Antonio Rampage season still young, it was time for their first “three-in-three” of the season, all against their in-state rivals, the Texas Stars. Here is our weekend recap.

RAMPAGE 3, Stars 2 (Shootout)

Friday’s contest was a thriller as the Silver and Black went into the H-E-B Center and handed the Stars their first home loss of the season.

San Antonio kept their penalty kill hot as they stopped all five Texas power play chances, going 5-for-5. Tage Thompson was a standout as he scored his first goal in a San Antonio sweater in his very first shot of the game.

The Rampage were outshot terribly, but the play of Spencer Martin sealed the win for San Antonio.

Spencer Martin played his best game of the season, stopping 31-of-33 shots and two huge stops in the shootout.

Rocco Grimaldi and Joe Colborne scored the shootout goals to preserve two points for the Silver and Black.

RAMPAGE 6, Texas 2

Saturday night was an offensive show for the San Antonio Rampage, crushing the Stars on their own home ice.

After a scoreless first period, San Antonio opened the game with five goal middle 20 minutes. Dominic Toninato, Andrei Mironov, Reid Petryk, and Felix Girard all scored in the period with Toninato scoring twice.

Joe Colborne capped off the scoring with an empty net goal in the third period.

The Rampage dominated the game in all areas except the shot department. Texas outshot San Antonio 36-27 for the game.

RAMPAGE 3, Texas 1

The Rampage returned home on Sunday and picked up from where they left off in the Austin suburbs.

San Antonio was hot on the power play as they converted 1-for-5 and stopped all six Texas chances on the man advantage.

The St. Louis Blues prospects shined as Jordan Schmaltz and Klim Kostin scored goals in the win. Adam Musil sealed the win with an empty net goal in the third period.

Up next: The Rampage are now 5-1-0-0 on the season and will return to ice on Friday when they welcome the San Jose Barracuda to the AT&T Center at 7:30 p.m.

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