Harrisburg Heat may have suffered a tough loss last night to Syracuse, but they are ready to reverse that trend tonight.
“Tough loss tonight, but we’re ready for tomorrow,” said Stephen Basso, Heat Defender after the game.
“We need to continue to win to stay in second place. We are very focused on reaching our goal of post-season action,” said Carl Delmont, Heat Owner.
The Heat continue to have a lot of depth on the field.
“With numerous people scoring, we have great results when many people are contributing and we will need that tonight against Chicago,” added Delmont.
The Heat lost in overtime to Syracuse after coming out of the gate strong. Starting the game with the one-two punch of goals by Thiago Freitas and Dominic Francis and maintaining the lead most of the game, The Heat ultimately fell at :30 into overtime.
“When we get ahead, we can’t let up,” said Delmont. “We need to get the lead and keep the momentum going.”
That will be the plan against Chicago tonight. After defeating them last week, The Heat are ready to do it again. Chicago is in a three game losing streak currently, standing 4th in the Central Division.
Tonight Heat fans will enjoy a Hall of Fame induction with some famed Heat players in attendance. There is also a ticket special running in honor of the upcoming NFL Super Bowl: wear your favorite sports jersey and get in for $10 at the door. Kickoff is at 7:05 p.m. EST.
www.harrisburgheat.com for tickets.