Kalamazoo Wings sink Norfolk Admirals 3-0

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The Norfolk Admirals went scoreless Saturday at home, with a 3-0 loss to the Kalamazoo Wings. (Photo courtesy Norfolk Admirals)
The Norfolk Admirals got shut out Saturday at home, with a 3-0 loss to the Kalamazoo Wings. (Photo courtesy Norfolk Admirals)

The Norfolk Admirals went scoreless against the Kalamazoo Wings Saturday, falling 3-0 at Norfolk’s Scope Arena.

The Wings’ first goal came less than eight minutes into the first period, on a shot from forward Lane Scheidl, with help from Justin Taylor and Austin Wuthrich.

Defender Ben Wilson scored again for the Wings at the 15:43 mark, boosting the lead to 2-0, off a setup from Taylor and Wuthrich.

The third and final tally came in the third period, from Michael Trebish with another assist from Taylor.

Former Admirals’ goaltender Nic Riopel stopped all 20 shots against him.

The Admirals face the Greenville Swamp Rabbits at the Scope Arena on Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 7:15 p.m.

For more information about tickets, call 757-640-1212. Fans can also follow the team on Facebook (NorfolkAdmirals), Twitter (@NorfolkAdmirals) and Instagram (NorfolkAdmirals).

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Joan Quigley is a former Miami Herald business reporter, a graduate of Columbia Journalism School and an attorney. Her writing has appeared in the Washington Post, TIME.com, nationalgeographic.com and Talking Points Memo. Joan Quigley is a former Miami Herald business reporter, a graduate of Columbia Journalism School and an attorney. Her writing has appeared in the Washington Post, TIME.com, nationalgeographic.com and Talking Points Memo. Her recent book, Just Another Southern Town: Mary Church Terrell and the Struggle for Racial Justice in the Nation’s Capital, was shortlisted for the 2017 Mark Lynton History Prize. Her first book, The Day the Earth Caved In: An American Mining Tragedy, won the 2005 J. Anthony Lukas Work-in-Progress Award.