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Around the AHL: Zach Fucale figuring it out

Sure, given the opportunity, Zach Fucale might do a few things differently, but the former World Junior Championship household name is getting another shot to right some of those wrongs with the Hershey Bears.

“It's been a hell of a journey so far for me,” Fucale said this past weekend after picking up his first AHL shutout since April 2017, when he was a Montréal Canadiens farmhand.

“I feel like I'm in a really good place right now, mentally, physically. My journey’s been up and down, and I've been to some different teams and up down in the leagues, and I've been through a lot of stuff.”

Thanks in part to Fucale, Hershey swept the Binghamton Devils in a home-and-home match-up. He starred in the rubber match with a 22-save shutout in a 3-0 win this past Saturday. In all, he has shut down 56 o

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