BRAMPTON, Ontario — Terrence Wallin scored the go-ahead goal early in the third period and Tomas Sholl stopped 29 shots as the Adirondack Thunder beat Brampton 3-1 on Monday afternoon.
Adirondack won for the third time in its last four games and jumped over two teams into second place in the ECHL’s North Division. The Thunder are six points behind first-place Manchester. They are one point ahead of Reading and two in front of Wheeling.
Sholl won for the fourth time in four starts with Adirondack. James Henry and Brian Ward also scored.
Brampton tied the game 3:48 into the third period on a Jackson Leef goal. A little over a minute later, Wallin tipped in Dylan Olsen’s shot for what would be the game-winning goal. Wallin has scored at least one point in the past eight road games.
In the first period, Henry scored on a breakaway for his team-leading 44th point of the season. Ward scored the last Thunder goal into an empty net, his team-leading 21st goal of the season.
Monday’s game began a stretch of five games in seven days for the Thunder. Their next appearance is Wednesday at Cool Insuring Arena against Worcester.