Take a look back at this date in Griffins history.
March 27, 2015
Behind 34 saves by Tom McCollum, the Griffins earn a 2-0 road shutout of defending Calder Cup champion Texas. (Photos)
March 27, 2009
In a game overshadowed by two serious injuries, Jimmy Howard backstops the Griffins to a 2-1 win at Norfolk, turning aside a career-high 47 shots and clinching a playoff spot for Grand Rapids. Both Ryan Oulahen and referee Chris Cozzan leave the game on stretchers, with Cozzan suffering a cut to his neck from a skate and Oulahen later sustaining a dislocated left hip from a hit along the boards. It ends up being the last game ever played by Grand Rapids’ alternate captain, who is forced to retire after 302 games as a Griffin.
March 27, 2005
Kip Miller earns his 1000th pro point with an assist in Grand Rapids’ 3-2 loss at Houston.
March 27, 2002
Rochester becomes the second team to ever shut out the Griffins in consecutive meetings in a 3-0 final, while Tom Askey becomes the first individual goalie to ever accomplish the feat.