Cleveland’s one game road trip went about as good as it could have been. Contrary to the words of Jim Morrison, the Monsters did get out alive as it was a decisive win for the Cleveland Monsters Wednesday. The Monsters they came away with a 5-1 win over the Americans
The Cleveland Monsters held a three goal lead against the Texas Stars early in the 2nd period, but allowed 4 straight goals in a 4-3 loss. 3:28 into the 2nd period things were looking up for the Cleveland Monsters, holding what seemed to be a comfortable three goal lead against
The Cleveland Monsters rebounded nicely from their previous loss as they defeated the visiting Texas Stars 3-1 at home. It was not a good result last time out for the Cleveland Monsters as they found themselves on the wrong side of a 5-2 final score. Things went much better for
Things did not go well for the Cleveland Monsters in their first game in two weeks. Cleveland lost to the Grand Rapids Griffins by a score of 5-2. When asked about the long time between games, Monsters coach Mike Eaves stated that “actually had some good practices”, later adding “but
The Cleveland Monsters won their second straight game against the Chicago Wolves by a score of 3-1, completing the weekend sweep. There was an opportunity to sweep an opponent and the Cleveland Monsters took it. Fresh off a 4-3 shootout win Friday, Cleveland managed to win in regulation Saturday with
The Cleveland Monsters defeated the Chicago Wolves 4-3 in a shootout after squandering an early 3-1 lead in the 1st period. A much needed win on the road for the Cleveland Monsters as they took down the Chicago Wolves 4-3 in a shootout in their first of two straight matchups.