Game Night Results

  • 5 years 43 weeks ago

    New Year's Eve results from the USHL, QMJHL, OHL, and WHL.

  • 5 years 43 weeks ago

    World Junior Championships
    Canada 7 vs. USA 4
    W Dana Tyrell, CAN: Did not play (injured - out for tournament).
    G Dustin Tokarski, CAN: Win, 22 saves on 26 shots

    What a game.

  • 5 years 43 weeks ago

    Tough loss. Close game.

    NOR-1
    POR-2

    Mike McKenna allowed 2 goals on 30 shots for the loss.

    First Period
    NO SCORING

    Second Period
    NOR Gratton, (1) (Wishart, Jones), 5:01
    POR Mancari, (13) (Darche, Zagrapan), 14:09 (PP)
    POR Campbell, (1) (Fretter, Baier), 17:56

    Third Period
    NO SCORING

    McKenna was named the game's third star.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 5 years 43 weeks ago

    A little Christmas vacation delay... three days worth of CHL scores.

    Team Canada Notes:
    Canada has named Dustin Tokarski starter for tonight's game vs. the USA (NHL Network - 7 PM EST). Here's hoping that NHL contract doesn't prove to be a distraction for him (and judging from his demeanor throughout his young career, it won't), but it's a great sign that Pat Quinn trusts him for Canada's first big test.

  • 5 years 43 weeks ago

    Ou est Lecavalier et St. Louis?

    MTL-2
    TB-1 (SO)

    Mike Smith allowed just 1 goal on 30 shots, but then allowed both Montreal shooters to score in the penalty shot session for the shootout loss.

    First Period
    13:18 TB Prospal (7), (Malone, St. Louis)(PP)

    Second Period
    NO SCORING

    Third Period
    00:46 MTL Latendresse (5), (Lapierre, Kostopoulos)

    Overtime
    NO SCORING

    Shootout
    MTL- Kovalev, Lapierre
    TB- Jokinen

    The Lightning's best players tonight were, in no partocular order, Smith, Ryan Malone, Andrej Meszaros, and Evgeny Artyukhin. Absent from that list? Vincent Lecavalier and Martin St. Louis. It's not rocket science: if those two don't score, the Lightning are going to struggle to defeat quality opponents like Montreal. They're getting excellent goaltending and some secondary scoring. Heck, they're even getting some inspired play from their defensemen at times. So now it's up to Lecavalier and St. Louis. They need to turn up the volume over the next two months to get this team over the hump.

    It was nauseating to be outnumbered by Canadiens fans in our own barn. They were well behaved, at least. I mean, I wasn't stepping over drunks and weaving between fist fights like I would if we were invaded by Flyers fans. Still, I would've loved nothing better than to answer their annoying little "Go Habs Go" chant with a little "Go Home Habs."

    Matt Smaby had a team high 7 hits in 15:47 filling some of the ice time vacated by a scratched Marek Malik. He did some good things. He's looked better in this recall; good enough for me to think that maybe he needs to replace Jamie Heward on the roster. He made some mistakes again, sure. But, like I said after the last game, as long as they are mistakes of aggression I'm more willing to live with them. And, it's not like his veteran bretheren on the Lightning blueline don't make mistakes in their own rights. Steve Eminger is working hard to make me go gray early in life by backing off shooters and routinely letting them walk the puck into the slot.

    Paul Szczechura was -1 with 1 hit and was 57% on draws in 10:34. He's taken a bit of a step back since that amazing game against the Pens.

    Steven Stamkos had 1 shot, 2 hits, and was 67% on draws in 11:45. He had one really awful power play shift in the third period. Other than that I thought he was ok.

    Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

  • 5 years 43 weeks ago

    Ledyard Bank Tournament
    Massachusetts Minutemen 4 vs Army Black Knights 1
    D John Wessbecker UMASS, 0-0-0, Even, 2 SOG
    Season Totals: 15GP, 0-3-3, +12, 16 PIM

    UMASS (9-7-1) took the consolation game of the Ledyard Bank Tournament in Hanover, NH. out shooting Army (4-11-1) 31-17 in the process. The Minutemen take on No. 10 Cornell this coming Sunday.

  • 5 years 43 weeks ago

    Scott Jackson rang up his first professional goal, a game winning power play tally, with less than 4 minutes remaining in regulation to propel Mississippi past Gwinnett 4-3. Jackson earned First Star honors, while Chris Lawrence set up the Wolves' first goal for his first point since joining Mississippi two nights ago.

    Mississippi 4 @ Gwinnett 3
    D Scott Jackson: 1-0-1 (PP); -1; 0 PIM; 2 SOG; *FIRST STAR*
    F Chris Lawrence: 0-1-1; E; 0 PIM; 4 SOG

    Mississippi travels back to Charleston, SC to take on the Stingrays in a New Years Eve tilt Wednesday night.

  • 5 years 43 weeks ago

    Chris Lawrence and Scott Jackson turned in a repeat performance Sunday night in the rematch with the South Carolina, both turning in -2 efforts as the Stingrays defeated the Sea Wolves behind Michael Dubuc's 4 goals. Lawrence also tangled with the Stingrays' Viktor Dovgan.

    Mississippi 3 @ South Carolina 6
    D Scott Jackson: 0-0-0; -2; 9 PIM; 2 SOG
    F Chris Lawrence: 0-0-0; -2; 5 PIM (fighting major); 0 SOG

    Mississippi plays their third road game in as many nights against the Gwinnett Gladiators as the ECHL's only Monday night tilt.

  • 5 years 43 weeks ago

    Badger Showdown
    Alabama-Huntsville Chargers 4 vs Harvard Crimson 1
    F Alex Killorn , Harvard: 0-0-0, E, 4 PIM, 3 SOG
    Season Totals: 14 GP, 3-6-9, -4, 30 PIM

    Harvard (4-8-2) falls in the consolation game of the Badger Showdown in Madison, Wis. The Chargers (3-10-1) scored three third period goals in the win.

    Ledyard Bank Tournament
    Bemidji State Beavers 4 vs. Massachusetts Minutemen 2
    Def John Wessbecker , UMASS: 0-1-1, -1, 0 SOG

  • 5 years 43 weeks ago

    Vasily Koshechkin continues to play well for Togliatti...

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