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Norfolk’s Brandon Bochenski became the first player in franchise history to score four goals in a game when he pulled off that feat Nov. 25 against Philadelphia.

With its win over Omaha on Nov. 25, Peoria has beaten the Ak-Sar-Ben Knights 10 straight times.

Houston’s Matt Foy notched his first pro hat trick Nov. 24 vs. San Antonio. Foy scored all three goals in the final 7:25, including the tying, winning and empty-net tallies to complete the natural hat trick. Foy became just the second Aero to score three goals in a period, and all of his 11 goals this season have come at home.

The River Rats finished their 13-game November schedule with a record of 7-5-1-0 (.577), their first winning month of November since 1999-00.

Chicago has scored an AHL-high 98 goals this season, its most through 21 games in team history.

Jason Krog (43 points) and Darren Haydar (41) have scored more times than any other player in Wolves history through 21 games.

Worcester’s Mathieu Darche just missed reaching the rare milestone of scoring 20 goals in 20 games when he failed to tally against Hartford on Nov. 26. Darche has been held scoreless just four times this season. On three of those occasions, he has responded with multi-point efforts in the following game.

Jason LaBarbera’s 34-save blanking of Portland on Nov. 26 was the Manchester goalie’s 23rd career AHL shutout, moving him into a tie for ninth place on the AHL’s all-time list, as well as his 100th career AHL victory.

Philadelphia’s 4-2 win over Albany on Nov. 24 gave the Phantoms an all-time record of 10-0-1 on the day after U.S. Thanksgiving.

Norfolk has won five overtime games this season, by scores of 6-5, 5-4, 4-3, 3-2 and 2-1.

Hartford has released forward Chris Ferraro from his tryout contract.
 
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