Game Night Results

  • 5 years 12 weeks ago

    Edmonton Oil Kings 1 @ Calgary Hitmen 7
    G Torrie Jung, EDM: Loss, 13 saves on 17 shots before being pulled
    Season totals: 30 GP, 13-12-1-4, 2.52 GAA, .914 sv%, 2 shutouts

    Team Canada’s Brett Sonne (Blues third rounder 2007) had a hattrick for the top-ranked Hitmen.

  • 5 years 12 weeks ago

    Total team effort.

    DAL-2
    TB-4

    Mike Smith allowed 2 goals on 25 shots for the win.

    First Period
    01:33 TB Lecavalier (20), (St. Louis)(SH)
    01:53 DAL Richards (12), (Parrish, Robidas)(PP)

    Second Period
    04:19 DAL Eriksson (22), (Modano, Richards)

    Third Period
    11:46 TB Stamkos (6), (Downie, Jokinen)
    14:54 TB Lecavalier (21), (Murphy, Recchi)(PP)
    19:11 TB Prospal (11), (St. Louis, Lecavalier)

    For Vincent Lecavalier, that's now 9 straight seasons of 20 or more goals. Len Barrie, Oren Koules, Brian Lawton; come closer to the monitor. If you trade #4, Lightning Nation burns the Forum down. Capice?!

    Steve Downie had 1 assist, 2 penalty minutes, and was +1 with 3 hits and 1 blocked shot in 8:19. Slick, slick play on the Stamkos goal. Might a Stamkos/Schenn/Downie line be a future staple in Tampa Bay?

    David Koci was +1 with 1 hit in 4:33.

    Kevin Quick was +1 with 1 blocked shot in 9:50.

    Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

  • 5 years 12 weeks ago

    Results from all three CHL leagues.

  • 5 years 13 weeks ago

    Cunti scores his 10th ... DeCoste earns first point for the Soo ... Tokarski faces fellow Team Canada goaltender Chet Pickard and comes away with another First Star.

  • 5 years 13 weeks ago

    #8 Vermont Catamounts 4 @ #3 Northeastern Huskies 2
    F Matt Marshall Ver: 0-0-0, 1 SOG, Even
    Season totals: 14GP, 1-1-2, 8 PIM, +1

    Vermont earns big split against higher ranked conference team. Marshall in lineup for both games.

    Massachusetts Minutemen 4 @ UMASS-Lowell River Hawks 3
    D John Wesbecker UMASS: 0-1-1, +1, 2 PIM
    Season totals: 20GP, 0-4-4, 20 PIM, +10

    Minutemen win rivalry match-up as Wessbecker picks up 10th career assist.

  • 5 years 13 weeks ago

    It was an organization-wide choke fest tonight.

    FLA-4
    TB-3

    Mike Smith allowed 4 goals on 21 shots in the loss.

    First Period
    04:37 TB Lecavalier (19), (Smaby, Prospal)
    13:36 TB Prospal (10), (St. Louis, Lecavalier)(PP)
    17:55 FLA Campbell (9), (Peltonen, Dvorak)
    18:46 TB Malone (13), (St. Louis, Meszaros)

    Second Period
    06:39 FLA Stillman (10), (Horton, Bouwmeester)(PP)
    10:56 FLA Zednik (6), (Booth, Horton)
    19:59 FLA Bouwmeester (10), (Stillman, Horton)(PP)

    Third Period
    NO SCORING

    In the NHL, you can never take your foot off the gas and expect a team to lay down when you only have a two goal lead. Lukas Krajicek allowed himself to be outhustled by Nathan Horton to set up Florida's second goal and it was all downhill from there. By the time the Lightning got back to playing at full speed, Florida had gone into full blown trap mode. This is something they've done a couple of times before this season, and hopefully they'll finally get the message. No two goal lead is really safe.

    Matt Smaby had 1 assist and 2 penalty minutes in 14:53.

    David Koci was +1 in 4:08.

    Kevin Quick was +1 with 3 shots in 17:52. He was also out on the ice when the Lightning pulled Smith at the end of the game. That speaks volumes about how the coaching staff feels about Quick.

    Now, that said, I am really looking forward to the team getting Paul Ranger back in the lineup and healthy. Playing Lukas Krajicek and Steve Eminger 25+ minutes a night just isn't a sustainable way to win hockey games.

    Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

  • 5 years 13 weeks ago

    Massive choke.

    WOR-6
    NOR-5 (OT)

    Karri Ramo allowed 6 goals on 44 shots in the overtime loss.

    First Period
    WOR Traverse, (3) , 0:34
    NOR Kearns, (10) (Boyle, Smolenak), 1:55
    NOR Jones, (7) (Keller, Kearns), 4:39
    NOR Gratton, (3) (Keller), 15:23
    NOR Jones, (8) (Kearns, Mihalik), 17:09
    NOR Lawrence, (3) (Bochenski, Potulny), 18:19

    Second Period
    WOR Armstrong, (16) (Zalewski, Traverse), 0:14
    WOR Vesce, (13) (Kaspar, Westgarth), 17:37 (SH)
    WOR McGinn, (9) (Demers, Moore), 18:53 (PP)

    Third Period
    WOR Demers, (2) (Traverse, Armstrong), 8:36 (PP)

    Overtime
    WOR Vesce, (14) (Moore, Fornataro), 3:04

    That's a 5-1 lead choked away. A total team failure. And that's two points in two nights that the Admirals left on the table, which right now is the difference between being 9 points out of the last playoff spot and 11 points.

    Lots of Admirals returned to the lineup this weekend from injury. Andy Rogers was -3 in his first game back in a month. Brandon Segal returned after about three weeks out and earned a penalty shot in the third that probably could've iced the victory, but could not convert. Juraj Simek played in his second game since a layoff of over a month.

    Bracken Kearns and Blair Jones were the game's second and third stars.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 5 years 13 weeks ago

    Ward continues to produce in Cape Breton ... another First Star for Fadden ... Tokarski strengthens league-leading stats ... Calgary knocks off Vancouver in battle of the WHL's top teams.

  • 5 years 13 weeks ago

    Providence Friars 5 @ Massachusetts Minutemen 4
    D John Wessbecker UMASS: 0-0-0, 1 SOG, -2
    Season totals: 19GP, 0-3-3, +9, 18 PIM

    #8 Vermont Catamounts 1 @ #3 Northeastern Huskies 3
    F Matt Marshall Ver: 0-0-0, 3 SOG, Even
    Season totals: 13GP, 1-1-2, 8 PIM, +1

  • 5 years 13 weeks ago

    The Admirals can ill afford to leave single points on the table.

    WOR-3
    NOR-2 (SO)

    Mike McKenna allowed 2 goals on 41 shots before surrendering 3 goals on 7 shooters for the shootout loss.

    First Period
    NOR Kearns, (9) , 2:30 (SH)

    Second Period
    NOR Bochenski, (13) (Potulny, Lundin), 3:54
    WOR Mitchell, (1) (McGinn, Lemieux), 15:15

    Third Period
    WOR Fornataro, (4) (Vesce), 6:00

    Overtime
    NO SCORING

    Shootout
    WOR- Vesce, McGinn, Fornataro
    NOR- Keller, Smolenak

    Bracken Kearns was named the game's second star.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

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