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Railers deny Royals, 2-1

Saturday, November 4th
Railers deny Royals, 2-1

Worcester, MA – The Reading Royals, proud ECHL affiliate of the Philadelphia Flyers, scored late in the third period but failed to tie, dropping, 2-1, Saturday at the DCU Center.

Nolan Zajac cut Worcester’s lead to one with 4:03 left, briefly sparking Reading. Chase Golightly assisted. The Royals flung nine shots on goal in the third and had a few net-front scrambles, but Mitch Gillam made 26 saves for the win.

Gillam outlasted John Muse (loss, 27 saves). Muse has allowed two or fewer goals twice this season.

Box Score

Former Royals forward Barry Almeida scored the first goal at 4:06 of the first, deflecting a shot from the deep slot by Pat McNally. Matt Lane had the second assist. Woody Hudson made it 2-0 Worcester with a right-wing wrist shot that beat Muse with eight minutes left in the third.

The Royals man up was 0-for-4. Reading killed off two Worcester power plays.

The Royals play for the third straight day at the Railers Sunday at 3:05 p.m. Reading is at South Carolina on Tues., Nov. 7 and Wed., Nov. 8 for 7:05 p.m. puck drops.

Reading sits at 4-2-0-0, good for 8 points and 5th in the North Division.

The next Royals home game is Sat., Nov. 11 vs. Jacksonville at 7 p.m. for Veterans’ Appreciation Night and a Royals rally towel giveaway to the first 2,500 fans, courtesy of U.G.I. Utilities. Tickets: http://www.ticketmaster.com/Reading-Royals-tickets/artist/838174

The Best Deal in SportsCall the Royals office at 610-989-PUCK (7825) and ask for your ticket guy to learn about the best deal in sports! It’s a five-game pack to Reading’s five-biggest games for $69.95, plus we’ll buy you dinner. Information: https://royalshockey.com/purple-pride-5-game-pack/.

About the RoyalsThe Royals have been owned by serial entrepreneur Jack Gulati since 2014 and are in their 17th ECHL season. Proudly affiliated with the NHL’s Philadelphia Flyers and AHL’s Lehigh Valley Phantoms, Reading plays in the Santander Arena, located in downtown Reading, PA at 700 Penn Street. The Royals won the Kelly Cup in 2013, have made the playoffs in eight straight seasons and are four-time division champions.

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Broadcast Coverage

All Royals game can be heard on Rumba 1340 AM and the iHeartRadio app by searching “Rumba 1340”. The pregame show starts 15 minutes before puck drop. Watch Royals games on ECHL.tv. Reading away games are shown locally on BCTV.