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AHL FRIDAY WITH PATRICK WILLIAMS: Goaltending woes sinking Toronto

Friday nights in the AHL mean the start of a busy weekend. This look around the 31-team league will get you ready for the weekend’s slate.

CHARLOTTE CHECKERS (CAROLINA HURRICANES)

A Checkers win is nothing new, but a combined shutout is some added variety.

Alex Nedeljkovic and Callum Booth started a six-game homestand by combining for a 1-0 shutout win against the Hartford Wolf Pack. At 41 points, Charlotte holds a seven-point lead on the Iowa Wild, Milwaukee Admirals, and Rochester Americans for the AHL lead.

Nedeljkovic had 17 saves through two periods before Booth came in and finished off the Wolf Pack with a six-save third period. Checkers head coach Mike Vellucci told the team website that he had received word from the Hurricanes that Nedeljkovic could be playing Friday night for the

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