San Antonio Rampage yield late surge, lose to Texas Stars
The San Antonio Rampage allowed three goals in the final period to fall 4-2 to the Texas Stars on Sunday at AT&T Center in San Antonio.
The Rampage suffered their third straight loss to fall to 3-12-0-0, ranking last in the AHL standings with six points. San Antonio has scored a league-worst 29 goals this season, and no other AHL team has more than eight losses in regulation.
The Stars are 6-5-1-1 for 14 points.
One night after taking an 8-1 loss to the Stars in Cedar Park, the Rampage appeared to be on their way to a turnaround, carrying a 2-1 lead into the final period. But Texas scored goals, from Travis Morin at 7:54, Roope Hintz at 10:19 and Denis Gurianov at 19:31, to come from behind.
San Antonio tallied first-period goals by Jordan Nolan at 4:26 and Klim Kostin at 10:40, while Texas’ Colton Hargrove found the back of the net at 8:28 of the opening period.
The Stars’ Landon Bow made 19 saves against 21 Rampage shots, while San Antonio’s Ville Husso stopped 29 of 33 attempts.
Sunday’s game was the start of a five-match homestand for San Antonio, which hosts the Manitoba Moose at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday.