Game Night Results

  • 6 years 5 weeks ago

    Momentum.

    RFD-1
    NOR-3

    Karri Ramo allowed just 1 goal on 21 shots for the win.

    First Period
    RFD Pelletier, (5) (Kontiola, Skille), 2:33

    Second Period
    NO SCORING

    Third Period
    NOR Segal, (7) (Smolenak, Szczechura), 3:35
    NOR Konopka, (3) (Ward, Heward), 3:47
    NOR Kearns, (2) , 19:13 (EN)

    Rockford found out they were Marked for Death, as Brandon Segal was named the game's first star. Jason Ward was the game's second star after setting up third star Zenon Konopka's game winning goal.

    Steve Downie was +1 with 9 penalty minutes in his Norfolk debut, including a fighting major with an unsportsmanlike conduct chaser.

    This team started clicking this weekend thanks in part to Zenon Konopka snapping an eight game goalless drought to chip in goals in each of the games against Rockford. Norfolk is now 5 points back of fourth place Philadelphia in the division, and they will start a road trip through the Atlantic Division starting Tuesday against Lowell before back-to-back games against Manchester on Friday and Saturday. Both teams are under-.500 and give an opportunity for the 3-6-2 Admirals to start to climb the ladder.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 6 years 5 weeks ago

    Kevin Quick assisted on the game-winning power-play goal as the Augusta Lynx defeated the Charlotte Checkers in OT on Friday night. It was just Augusta's 2nd home game of the season as the Lynx surrendered a 3-1 lead in the 3rd period, but took advantage of an Charlotte hooking penalty in the extra session and reclaimed the victory. Riku Helenius was given the night off as recent signee Mike Brodeur made 30 saves for Augusta's 5th win of the season.

    Charlotte 3 @ Augusta 4 OT
    G Riku Helenius: did not play
    D Kevin Quick: 0-1-1; +1; 0 PIM; 3 SOG

    Augusta improves to 5-3-1 and continues their home stand against the South Carolina Stingrays on Sunday afternoon.

  • 6 years 5 weeks ago

    DeCoste (pictured) gets off the schnide ... Fadden makes his Tri-City debut ... First Star for Wright vs. Tyrell

  • 6 years 5 weeks ago
    [b]NCAA[/b] [b] No.18 Harvard Crimson 2 @ RPI Engineers 3 [/b] (ECAC) [i]C/W [b][url=/alexander-killorn]Alexander Killorn[/url][/b], HAR: 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM, 2 SOG [/i] Season totals: 3 GP, 0-2-2, E, 8 PIM [b] No.16 Vermont Catamounts 2 @ Providence Friars 2 (OT) [/b] (Hockey East) [i]C/W [b] [url=/matt-marshall]Matt Marshall[/url] [/b], UVM: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 2 SOG[/i] Season totals: 6 GP, 1-1-2, +2, 2 PIM *USCHO poll used for rankings.
  • 6 years 5 weeks ago

    That, folks, is what this Admirals team is supposed to look like this season.

    RFD-2
    NOR-5

    Karri Ramo stopped 32 of 34 shots for the win.

    First Period
    RFD Brent, (3) (Pelletier, Kontiola), 6:34 (PP)

    Second Period
    NOR Kearns, (1) (Smaby, Boyle), 1:49
    NOR Smolenak, (5) (Simek, Hutchinson), 13:58 (PP)
    RFD Davis, (2) (Brent, Hambly), 16:07 (PP)
    NOR Boyle, (1) (Kearns, Szczechura), 16:22

    Third Period
    NOR Hutchinson, (1) (Smith, Heward), 12:44 (PP)
    NOR Konopka, (2) (Bochenski), 15:41

    Bracken Kearns, Darren Boyle, and Karri Ramo were the game's three stars.

    Finally, the Admirals power play (led by Hutchinson) does something, going 2/6. Also, they got some veteran scoring from Konopka and Bochenski and Ramo got a lead and held it. Oh yeah, and the team outshot Rockford 45-34. That's what this is supposed to look like.

    The Admirals have dug a nice little hole for themselves, but this felt like a turning point, and they're going to be just six points out of fourth in the division at the end of the night.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 6 years 6 weeks ago

    QMJHL
    Chicoutimi Sagueneens 3 @ Lewiston MAINEiacs 4 (SO)
    D Michael Ward, LEW: 1-0-1, +3, 4 PIM, 2 SOG, *Third Star*
    Season totals: 18 GP, 3-6-9, +2, 26 PIM

    OHL
    Plymouth Whalers 4 @ Brampton Battalion 8
    W Kyle DeCoste, BRA: 0-0-0, -2, 0 PIM
    Season totals: DeCoste: 15 GP, 3-3-6, -7, 17 PIM

    WHL
    No games to report, but I’m looking forward to the Tri-City (Fadden) vs. Spokane (Tokarski) match-up on Saturday night. The game should be available to watch on WHL WebTV for $6.95. (livestream.whl.ca)

  • 6 years 6 weeks ago

    When this Lightning team learns to play 60 minutes with the same urgency and work rate they showed after falling behind in the third, they'll be pretty scary to deal with.

    TB-2
    NYR-5

    Mike Smith allowed 5 goals on 35 shots in the game. He also came a bit unhinged at the end of the game culminating in a physical confrontation with Aaron Voros. We'll have to see if he can shrug off that late game frustration and start with a clean slate next time out.

    First Period
    16:09 NYR Callahan (5), (Zherdev, Rozsival)(PP)

    Second Period
    14:23 NYR Drury (3), (unassisted)(SH)
    18:36 TB St. Louis (3), (Prospal, Malik)

    Third Period
    00:35 NYR Drury (4), (Gomez, Redden)(PP)
    07:58 TBL Malone (3), (Recchi, St. Louis)(PP)
    08:27 NYR Staal (1), (Zherdev, Voros)
    19:32 NYR Drury (5), (Kalinin, Rozsival)(PP)

    Put aside the score of this game, and just compare how the team looked in Prague against this opponent and how they looked tonight. There's significant improvement pretty much across the board, but it's still a work in progress. To me, the way to get this thing to a finished product is to just start playing 60 minutes with urgency, because when this team moves its feet it has a lot of speed and a lot of size and the Rangers really looked overmatched at times in the third period when the Lightning were pressing to try and make a comeback.

    Steven Stamkos was -1 in 14:29 with 2 shots, 2 hits, and he was 40% on draws. I don't know if Coach Melrose would try this, but in order to get Stamkos out in space through the neutral zone to use his speed, I wouldn't be opposed to spot shifting Lecavalier or St. Louis with the kid. You get the feeling watching Stammer that he's close, but he needs to find a running partner to work with who has the speed to play with him. I'd also try to make sure I got Ranger or one of the other d-men who are good at making that long stretch pass out when Stammer is out.

    Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

  • 6 years 6 weeks ago

    Wednesday's game results and more on the Fadden trade.

    Did Mitch want out?

  • 6 years 6 weeks ago

    Justin Keller returned to the lineup for the Lynx scoring 55 seconds into the game and leading a 4 goal first goal 1st period as Augusta cruised to a 6-3 road victory over the Mississippi Sea Wolves. Keller fired a game high 9 shots and added an assist. Kevin Quick tallied 2 assists and was +2 and Riku Helenius stopped 40 of 43 shots for the win. The hometown media deserves an eyebrow raise for naming two Sea Wolves to the game's three stars.

    Augusta 6 @ Mississippi 3
    G Riku Helenius: 3 GA; 60 MIN; 43 SH; 40 SV
    D Kevin Quick: 0-2-2; +2; 0 PIM; 1 SOG
    W Justin Keller: 1-1-2; +1; 2 PIM (hooking); 9 SOG

    Augusta improves to 4-3-1 and returns home to James Brown Arena to take on the Charlotte Checkers November 10th.

  • 6 years 6 weeks ago

    The Lightning continue their quest to lead the league in overtime and shootout losses.

    TB-3
    NJ-4 (SO)

    Mike Smith stopped 35 of 38 shots in regulation and overtime before going 1-for-3 in the shootout for the loss.

    First Period
    16:28 TB Jokinen (3), (Recchi, Artyukhin)

    Second Period
    16:05 NJ Clarkson (3), (Zubrus, White)
    18:44 NJ Elias (4), (Zubrus, Gionta)(PP)

    Third Period
    10:52 TB Jokinen (4), (Meszaros, Recchi)(PP)
    15:10 NJ Pandolfo (2), (Madden, Elias)
    16:40 TB St. Louis, (Lecavalier, Ranger)(PP)

    Overtime
    NO SCORING

    Shootout
    TB- Lecavalier
    NJ- Langenbruner, Elias

    Steven Stamkos was -1 in 13:52 with 3 shots, 1 blocked shot, and he was 50% on draws.

    Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

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