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The San Diego Gulls lose to San Jose 4-1, but the Charity wins the team’s annual teddy bear throw

Gull Vincent Marleau after the team’s 4-1 loss to San Jose. Image credit: @SDGullsAHL via Twitter

The San Diego Guls fell victim to Saturday’s third comeback against San Jose Barracuda, losing 4-1 at Pechanga Arena.

Benoit-Olivier Groulx scored a powerful playstyle goal, his first of the season. Olle Eriksson Ek suffered the first loss of his career to San Jose, stopping 28/31 shots.

“I think we’ve made a lot of progress in the last month or six weeks, but this week is definitely not the week we want it to be,” Gulls Head coach Joel Bouchard said as his team lost its third game in a row.

Game, a match of teams at the end Pacific Team of the Tournament, was still a goalless battle all the way to the center of goal, and Groulx’s strength played with 2:13 left.

But the Gulls saw the San Jose hurricane return in its closing stages. First, Patrick Holaway finished the game at 4:08 in the scoring phase of his first American Hockey League goal.

https://timesofsandiego.com/sports/2021/12/18/san-diego-gulls-lose-to-san-jose-4-1-but-charities-win-in-teams-annual-teddy-bear-toss/ The San Diego Gulls lose to San Jose 4-1, but the Charity wins the team’s annual teddy bear throw

Dais Johnston

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