Game Night Results

  • 5 years 39 weeks ago

    Harju pots his 20th goal of the season.

  • 5 years 39 weeks ago

    Boleslav continues its quest to climb out of last place.

  • 5 years 39 weeks ago

    Sointu is still out.

  • 5 years 39 weeks ago

    And Tukonen gets shelved as well...

  • 5 years 39 weeks ago

    The Lightning's blueline injury problems extend all the way to Slovakia, apparently.

  • 5 years 39 weeks ago

    Other than a Koshechkin shutout, not much to see here. Full stats at the end of the post.

  • 5 years 39 weeks ago

    Massachusetts Minutemen 1 @ #7 Vermont Catamounts 2
    D John Wessbecker UMASS: 0-0-0, E, 4 PIM
    Season totals: 21GP, 0-4-4, 24 PIM, +10

    F Matt Marshall Ver: 0-0-0, E, 1 SOG
    Season totals: 15GP, 1-1-2, 8 PIM, +1

    UMASS (10-11-2, 5-7-2 HEast) goes 0 for 8 on the PP. Vermont (14-5-3, 9-4-2 HEast), scores a shorty and a PP goal to take the first of the two game Hockey East match up in Burlington, VT.

  • 5 years 39 weeks ago

    First stars for Tokarski and James Wright ... Cunti scores again ... Jung back on the winning side.

  • 5 years 39 weeks ago

    Tonight was another another game the Admirals simply could not lose to get back into the playoff hunt.

    LE-3
    NOR-2

    Karri Ramo allowed 3 goals on 34 shots in the loss.

    First Period
    LE Campbell, (3) (Smith), 4:36
    LE Cumiskey, (5) (Galiardi, Durno), 7:01

    Second Period
    NOR Konopka, (10) (Downie, Wishart), 1:26

    Third Period
    NOR Keller, (6) (Segal, Mihalik), 9:53
    LE Williams, (4) (Dupuis, Durno), 14:11

    Justin Keller was named the second star of the game. Brandon Segal, who was named to the AHL All-Star Game earlier in the day, chipped in a helper.

    Norfolk sinks to 5 games under .500 with 36 games left to play. More importantly, they sit 13 points behind Binghamton for the final playoff spot in the division. 0-2-2 in the last 4 games is not what the plan was for this homestand.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 5 years 39 weeks ago

    Jung, Wright, and Barberio continue to struggle ... Ward keeps plugging along.

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