Wednesday, March 29: Utah at Rapid City, 6:30 p.m.
Friday, March 31: Utah at Rapid City, 7 p.m.
Saturday, April 1: Utah at Rapid City, 7 p.m.
After outscoring Colorado 9-3 in two wins over the weekend, the Grizzlies now move to Rapid City for games Wednesday, Friday and Saturday against the Rush for their final three road games of the year.
What’s At Stake
Utah, Missouri and Alaska are all separated by three points going into the final two weeks of the regular season as they battle for the fourth playoff spot in the Mountain Division with the Grizzlies looking to lock in their tenth-straight playoff appearance.
The final Valpak Wild Wednesday of the regular season will be Wednesday, April 5 and will feature $5 Lower Bowl Student Tickets and $2 Hot Dogs, $2 Soft Drinks, $2 Churros and $4 Grizzlies Goal-Den Ale.
O’Reilly Auto Parts Night April 7
Visit O’Reilly Auto Parts for coupons good for two-for-one tickets to the game on Friday, April 7. Offer valid while supplies last, see stores for details.
Fan Appreciation Weekend
The Grizzlies host Fan Appreciation Weekend, presented by the Utah Building and Construction Trades Council, Friday, April 7 and Saturday, April 8. The weekend will feature any ticket in the lower bowl for $13, excluding rinksides at the Maverik Center Box Office. Fans can also add on a gyro and a soft drink for $10. In addition, fans can add a ticket to see Brit Floyd at Maverik Center on July 6 for only $13 (Regular $29.) Saturday’s game will also feature a team poster giveaway to the first 5,000 fans. Fans can get them autographed by the entire team after the game.
Looking To Finish Strong On The Road
The Grizzlies are 13-6-2-0 in their last 21 road games as they look to build on a 5-1-1-0 record against Rapid City this season.
Faragher In Goal
Ryan Faragher stopped 71 of 72 shots in Colorado, that included one period of 18 saves and two periods of 14 saves.
Zac Larraza added Utah’s third four-point night of the season Saturday as he totaled two goals and two assists in the Grizzlies 4-1 win. He rejoined Utah from the Ducks AHL affiliate in San Diego for the weekend and had five points in two games in Colorado. He has four goals and six assists for ten points in nine games with Utah this season.
The Grizzlies took a 1-0 lead in the first period and never trailed over the weekend in Colorado.
The Grizzlies look to build on a 4-15 clip (26.6-percent) on the power-play over their last three games. Saturday night, they went 4-4 on the penalty-kill to not allow a power-play goal for the fourth time in seven games.
Goals Are Coming
The Grizzlies have a two-goal period in four of their last eight periods played and have scored in eight of their last nine periods. They have scored 12 goals in the last three games.
Wednesday: Utah at Rapid City, 6:30 p.m., ESPN 700
Friday: Utah at Rapid City, 7:00 p.m.,6:45 p.m. Pregame Show, ESPN 700
Saturday: Utah at Rapid City, 7:00 p.m.,6:45 p.m. Pregame Show, Utah’s Classic Country AM 1370
Get the latest on the Grizzlies every day as “Voice of the Grizzlies” Adrian Denny delivers Grizzlies In 60 at 11:25 a.m. and 3:25 p.m. Monday-Friday on ESPN 700.
Denny joins Dave and Deb on Z-104 in studio along with Country Joe on Utah’s Classic Country AM 1370 the morning of every Friday home game during the 9 o’clock hour on the Official Country Stations of the Grizzlies.
The Grizzlies have returned to KMYU for their fifth season of telecasts. All Friday night home games will be televised for the rest of the season.
All games can be seen on ECHL TV for a PPV charge of $7.99.