Game Night Results

  • 6 years 45 weeks ago

    WHL
    Chilliwack Bruins 3 @ Seattle Thunderbirds 4 (SO)
    G Riku Helenius, SEA: Win, 16 saves on 19 shots.

    Helenius moved to one game over .500 by stopping all 3 Chilliwack shootout attempts. Seattle outshot the Bruins 38-19 in the game, but were outshot 3-1 in overtime.

    Moose Jaw Warriors 4 @ Lethbridge Hurricanes 0
    C Mitch Fadden, LET: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM

    Fadden’s scoreless streak has reached 4 games and 6 of 7. The Hurricanes’ 5 game win streak was snapped.

    Kelowna Rockets 3 @ Regina Pats 4
    G Torrie Jung, KEL: Did Not Play.

  • 6 years 45 weeks ago

    BCHL
    Penticton Vees 7 @ Victoria Grizzlies 2
    W Justin Courtnall, VIC: 0-0-0, 2 PIM (roughing)

    Ron Hextall’s son, Brett, was 1-3-4 in the game for the Vees and was named first star. Brett has committed to the University of North Dakota.

    WHL
    Lethbridge Hurricanes 3 @ Edmonton Oil Kings 2
    C Mitch Fadden, LET: 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM

    Fadden has not registered a point in 5 of his last 6 games.

    Prince Albert Raiders 3 @ Prince George Cougars 2 (OT)
    C/W Dana Tyrell, PG: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM

    Tyrell has gone scoreless in 7 of his last 10 games.

    Portland Winter Hawks 1 @ Seattle Thunderbirds 7
    G Riku Helenius, SEA: Did Not Play.

    Helenius will likely get the start today (Sunday) against Chilliwack.

  • 6 years 45 weeks ago

    Ryan Munce made 35 saves but the Mississippi offense was stymied by Augusta as the Wolves were shutout 3-0 by the Lynx.

  • 6 years 45 weeks ago

    Where was this Adam Henrich two years ago?

    WBS-3
    NOR-5

    Karri Ramo stopped 28 of 31 shots for the win to even his record at 2-2-0 on the season. It does not escape notice that the decision to play Karri back to back nights after facing a barrage in Philadelphia smacks of an organization rushing Karri back into game condition for a possible recall to Tampa.

    First Period
    NOR Milley, (7) (Henrich, Jancevski), 6:23
    WBS Stone, (2) (Smith, Ardelan), 18:48

    Second Period
    NOR Klinkhammer, (3) (Henrich, Wanvig), 6:34
    WBS Taffe, (12) (Filewich), 19:22

    Third Period
    NOR Keller, (5) (Jancevski, Henrich), 0:24 (PP)
    NOR Henrich, (5) (Leach, Keller), 8:23
    WBS Bonvie, (1) (James, Taffe), 12:25
    NOR Stewart, (6) (Milley), 19:59 (EN)

    What the hell has gotten into Adam Henrich? Adding his ridiculous 1 goal and 3 assist night tonight in with the rest of his production since getting called up from Wheeling of the ECHL and the former 2002 2nd round pick is now sitting with 5 goals and 11 points in 6 games this season. Are you kidding?

    Also picking up his production of late is diminutive Justin Keller who dropped 1 goal and 1 assist tonight. In his past 9 games, Keller has 4 goals and 10 points. That may not be Adam Henrich type production (are you kidding!?!?), but it's pretty impressive nonetheless.

    Seriously, if Adam Henrich really comes off the scrap heap to finally fulfill his potential Steve Stirling ought to be named not just AHL Coach of the Year, but Coach of the Galaxy for Infinity. I would've never entertained the notion of Henrich earning another contract in a million years, but how can the organization ignore this kind of production right now? At bare minimum you'd have to think Henrich is in line to get his PTO formalized into a full AHL contract with the Ads.

    The Admirals improved to 10-13-3 on the season and while their 23 points put them at second to last in the division, they are just 3 points behind Binghamton for the final playoff spot in the division.

    Game sheet from TheAHL.com.

  • 6 years 45 weeks ago

    I'm still bitter Rick Dudley traded Mike Sillinger for Ryan Johnson.

    NYI-3
    TB-2 (OT)

    Johan Holmqvist stopped 30 of 33 shots in the overtime loss.

    First Period
    NO SCORING

    Second Period
    NY Islanders 12:09, Bill Guerin 6 (Mike Comrie)

    Third Period
    Tampa Bay 3:51, Brad Richards 9 (power play) (Mathieu Darche, Vaclav Prospal)
    NY Islanders 10:45, Andy Hilbert 2 (Trent Hunter)
    Tampa Bay 13:39, Brad Richards 10 (power play) (Michel Ouellet, Vincent Lecavalier)

    Overtime
    NY Islanders 4:32, Mike Sillinger 6 (Chris Campoli, Josef Vasicek)

    Mathieu Darche had an assist and was -1 in 20:15 with 2 shots, 5 hits, and 1 blocked shot.

    Mike Lundin played just 11:52 of even hockey.

    Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

  • 6 years 45 weeks ago

    Johan Harju was scoreless in Lulea's 2-2 tie with Linkopings.

    Andreas Holmqvist had 2 penalty minutes in Frolunda's 3-3 tie with Mora.

  • 6 years 45 weeks ago

    Denis Kazionov was scoreless in Omsk's 2-1 overtime win over Novokuznetsk.

    Alexei Glukhov was scoreless in Cherepovets' 5-3 loss to Chelyabinsk.

  • 6 years 45 weeks ago

    Friday night's highlights:

    • Fadden vs. Jung
    • A WHL first for Helenius
    • Future Bolt starring for Everett not named "Crowley"? (video)
  • 6 years 45 weeks ago

    Struggling blueliner Andy Rogers makes a statement of his own last night in his Mississippi debut by tallying a power play blast from the point at 10:32 of the third period. Rogers' marker gave the Wolves their first lead of the game as the team battled back from a 3-0 1st period deficit to win their second consecutive road game. Zbynek Hrdel began Mississippi's comeback scoring the Wolves first goal at 14:34 of the first period.

    The Sea Wolves peppered the Inferno with a season-high 45 shots, including 5 from Rogers.

  • 6 years 46 weeks ago

    Heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee's baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaack!

    NOR-2
    PHI-1

    Bolt Prospects' #1 rated prospect in the organization, Karri Ramo, made a statement in his second game back from injury stopping 38 of 39 shots for the win. The Admirals were outshot 39-17 in the game, but Ramo was simply too much for Philly earning first star of the game honors.

    First Period
    NO SCORING

    Second Period
    NOR Keller, (4) (Wanvig, Henrich), 10:56
    PHI Potulny, (9) (Ross, Ruzicka), 13:45 (PP)

    Third Period
    NOR Jones, (6) (Stewart, Milley), 6:54

    Ramo and Blair Jones were first and second stars of the game, respectively.

    The kind of resiliency it takes to go from getting severely roughed up in the third period of the game against Binghamton (his first back from the high ankle sprain) to going out and almost single-handedly beating the best team in the division is, in a word, special. Let the pool for when Ramo gets recalled and makes his first NHL start giving Holmqvist a well earned night off begin. I have next Saturday, December 15th, against the Caps.

    Game sheet from TheAHL.com.

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