Janus, Jaroslav

ECHL Game Night: 1/13/11

Florida Everblades 1 @ Greenville Road Warriors 4
C Mitch Fadden: Did not play (injured - blood clot).
Season totals: 37 GP, 15-36-51, -2, 34 PIM
LW Alex Hutchings: Did not play (injured - lower body).
Season totals: 22 GP, 7-4-11, -12, 10 PIM
G Jaroslav Janus: Loss, 30 saves on 34 shots
Season totals: 19 GP, 8-10-0-0, 2.98 GAA, .910 sv%, 0 SO

Florida dropped their sixth in a row, falling to the Road Warriors 4-1 Thursday. The Blades continue to struggle without ECHL leading scorer and Lightning prospect Mitch Fadden in the lineup. Florida, who is now six points behind Greenville in the South Division, has scored one goal in four of their last five games. Janus’ stat line continues to be respectable, but his L-column keeps growing because of the lack of goal support.

ECHL Game Night: 1/8/11

Cincinnati Cyclones 6 @ Florida Everblades 5 (SO)
C Mitch Fadden: Did not play.
Season totals: 37 GP, 15-36-51, -2, 34 PIM
LW Alex Hutchings: Did not play (lower body injury).
Season totals: 22 GP, 7-4-11, -12, 10 PIM
G Jaroslav Janus: Did not play (backup).
Season totals: 17 GP, 8-8-0-0, 2.98 GAA, .909 sv%, 0 SO

Cincy went into Southwest Florida and took six points from the Everblades. At least Florida got a point for the shootout loss in game three of the Cyclone homestand. There was no mention of an injury to Fadden in the Blades’ post-game reports from Friday or Saturday.

Edit: Word is Fadden may have a blood clot in his leg and could be lost for the season.

ECHL Game Night: 1/7/11

Cincinnati Cyclones 2 @ Florida Everblades 1
C Mitch Fadden: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 2 SOG
Season totals: 37 GP, 15-36-51, -2, 34 PIM
LW Alex Hutchings: Did not play (lower body injury).
Season totals: 22 GP, 7-4-11, -12, 10 PIM
G Jaroslav Janus: Loss, 42 saves on 44 shots, *Second Star*
Season totals: 17 GP, 8-8-0-0, 2.98 GAA, .909 sv%, 0 SO

Cincy took their second in a row from the Blades in Florida’s home barn, though Jaroslav Janus put up a good fight for the Blades. His goals against average fell below three for the first time this season. Florida was outshot 44-19 in the 2-1 Cyclone win. Fadden had his six game point streak snapped in the loss. Former Nashville first rounder Chet Pickard picked up the win in net for Cincinnati. He has a 2-6-2 record with Cincinnati to go with a 3.36 GAA and .879 save percentage. The two teams play the third of a three game set Saturday.

ECHL Game Night: 1/5/11

Cincinnati Cyclones 3 @ Florida Everblades 1
C Mitch Fadden: 0-1-1, E, 2 PIM (slashing), 3 SOG
Season totals: 36 GP, 15-36-51, -2, 34 PIM
LW Alex Hutchings: Did not play
Season totals: 22 GP, 7-4-11, -12, 10 PIM
G Jaroslav Janus: Loss, 24 saves on 27 shots
Season totals: 16 GP, 8-7-0-0, 3.04 GAA, .905 sv%, 0 SO

Jaroslav Janus made his return from AHL Norfolk to the Florida nets, but took the loss Wednesday, 3-1 to visiting Cincinnati. Florida outshot the Cyclones 28-27 in the game. From the boxscore, it appears the Blades only dressed 14 skaters (five defensemen). Among those missing was Alex Hutchings, who remains out with a lower body injury. Mitch Fadden extended his point streak to seven games, though he’s “just” registered a single point in his last four contests. He continues to lead the league in scoring by 11 over teammate Francis Lemieux.

Janus Sent Back to Everblades

The Tampa Bay Lightning have reassigned goaltender Jaroslav Janus to the ECHL’s Florida Everblades from the Admirals, Lightning Vice President and General Manager Steve Yzerman announced today.

Janus, 6-foot-1, 189-pounds, had been reassigned to the Admirals on December 26. He served as the backup goaltender in each of Norfolk's last five games before being reassigned to the Everblades today. He has posted an 8-6-0-0 record in 16 games with the Everblades this season with a 3.04 goals-against average and .906 save percentage.

Janus, a 21-year-old native of Presov, Slovakia, appeared in 13 games for the Admirals last season, posting a 7-6-0 record with one shutout, a 2.07 GAA and .922 save percentage. He led Norfolk in goals-against average and save percentage in his first season of professional hockey.

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