Game Night Results

  • 6 years 45 weeks ago

    The Pussy Cats FEAR #74.

    TB-5
    FLA-3

    Johan Holmqvist allowed 3 goals on 30 shots for the win.

    First Period
    Florida 0:38, Olli Jokinen 21 (Bryan Allen)
    Tampa Bay 10:39, Nick Tarnasky 2 (Craig MacDonald, Mathieu Darche)

    Second Period
    Tampa Bay 2:00, Jan Hlavac 7 (Jason Ward, Chris Gratton)
    Tampa Bay 3:06, Nick Tarnasky 3 (Shane O'Brien, Craig MacDonald)

    Third Period
    Tampa Bay 9:15, Brad Richards 12 (Vaclav Prospal, Martin St. Louis)
    Florida 14:59, David Booth 11 (Jassen Cullimore, Stephen Weiss)
    Florida 18:31, Brett McLean 4 (Magnus Johansson, Jay Bouwmeester)
    Tampa Bay 19:44, Brad Richards 13 (empty net) (Martin St. Louis)

    #74 got out of the press box and popped in 2 goals. THAT is how you respond to being scratched. Very nice. I'm happy for 'nasty.

    Mathieu Darche had an assist and was +2 in 11:08 with 1 shot and 2 hits. I think Torts is finally starting to zero in on where the sweet spots are in terms of ice time for the checking liners. It's a shame it took until January to get here.

    Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

  • 6 years 45 weeks ago

    A heroic comeback effort falls short.

    HFD-3
    NOR-2

    Marc Denis allowed 3 goals on 25 shots for the loss. Gosh that sounds familiar too.

    First Period
    NO SCORING

    Second Period
    HFD Korpikoski, (8) (Sauer, Ouellette), 2:33 (SH)
    HFD Callahan, (2) (Hutchinson, Pock), 15:47 (PP)

    Third Period
    HFD Pyatt, (4) (Parenteau, Dupont), 1:28
    NOR Milley, (12) (Schneider, Jancevski), 6:53 (PP)
    NOR Schneider, (3) (Keller, Jancevski), 15:46 (PP)

    Justin Keller has now pulled within one point of Blair Jones in the young prospects scoring race in Norfolk. Keller's an interesting case. Athletically, there's no way this guy should be an NHL player and yet he quietly continues to be one of Steve Stirling's better young forwards in the AHL. If and when the Lightning do have to pull the plug on the season, I suspect Keller will get a cup of coffee and I will be very interested to see if he continues to defy expectations. Some players are just heady enough to overcome physical limitations.

    Also, although some of the things he's said in the media pointing the finger at the team's youth didn't sit well with me, the play of captain Dan Jancevski has really picked up of late. As a whole, this team is finally starting to give a solid, honest, competitive effort on most nights and I know that's the foundation Claude Loiselle and Steve Stirling want to lay in Norfolk this year. I think they knew going in that they were thin on talent and that the playoffs would've taken an extraordinary amount of luck with injuries, callups, promotions etc but if they can establish a culture in Norfolk where work ethic is the core of the team philosophically then in the next few years as more young forward talent comes to Norfolk they can build something on that foundation.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 6 years 45 weeks ago

    NCAA Game Night: 1/11

    CCHA
    Western Michigan 1 @ No.1 Michigan 6
    D Kevin Quick, UM: 1-0-1, +2, 1 shot on goal

    Quick’s goal, the first of his young collegiate career, came 36 seconds into the second period. The freshman took a pass at the right face-off circle and wristed the puck past WMU goaltender Riley Gill.

    “Chad (Kolarik) passed me the puck and it was a great pass,” Quick said in a USCHO game recap. “I kind of froze. I wanted to pass, but I saw an opening so I shot it.”

    There are conflicting reports as to how he scored. One Michigan site says it went over Gill’s glove, a WMU site says it went 5-hole, and the USCHO recap says it was under Gill’s stick. Any which way, it hit the back of the net – so congrats to Quick for his first collegiate goal.

    No.1 Michigan improved to 19-2-0 on the year. Quick has a goal and an assist on the year (16 games).

    Hockey East
    No.8 New Hampshire 2 @ No.5 Massachusetts 3
    D John Wessbecker, UMASS: Did not play (undisclosed injury)

  • 6 years 45 weeks ago

    Lightning prospect results from the BCHL, USHL, and CHL. Two players earned first star honors and another was named the unquestioned centerpiece of a team that gave up 11 to Torrie Jung's Kelowna Rockets Friday night.

  • 6 years 45 weeks ago

    Slow start does in the Admirals.

    HFD-4
    NOR-2

    Marc Denis allowed 4 goals on 26 shots in the loss. Sounds familiar.

    First Period
    HFD Byers, (6) (Taylor, Baranka), 3:21
    HFD Potter, (2) (Callahan, Byers), 3:54
    HFD Hutchinson, (6) (Potter, Parenteau), 9:39
    NOR Milley, (11) (Keller, Jancevski), 12:18 (PP)

    Second Period
    HFD Callahan, (1) (Byers, Anisimov), 4:21 (PP)
    NOR Klinkhammer, (5) (Stewart, Keller), 12:19

    Third Period
    NO SCORING

    Don't look now but Justin Keller has creapt to within 2 points of Blair Jones.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 6 years 45 weeks ago

    The frustrating thing is the team did almost everything right tonight and still got nothing for it.

    PIT-4
    TB-1

    Another quality start by Karri Ramo wasted by lack of goal support. Ramo allowed 3 goals on 28 shots for the loss, but really he did just about everything humanly possible to keep the Lightning in this game. The third Penguins goal which was a broken stick shot by Sykora of a skate to Ryan Malone at point blank range is one of the more unlucky goals I've seen in a while.

    The Lightning were a Filip Kuba crossbar and/or a Vincent Lecavalier shooting the puck into Conklin's glove rather than a gaping 4x6 away from getting points out of this one. They played well with the exception of a short span in the second period when they were under siege a bit. Under ordinary circumstances over the past two seasons you could shrug this off and say "They'll get 'em next time." Problem is, there aren't many more next times if you do the math. The Lightning can't leave anymore points on the table and have hopes of making a run at the playoffs. I give it another two weeks before Jay Feaster really has to start thinking about pulling the plug on this thing and picking up assetts for a quick turnaround offseason rebuild.

    Mathieu Darche had 1 assist and was +1 in 7:46 with 1 shot and 2 hits. Darche is set to graduate from overage prospect status in 4 games, putting his likely last individual stat line report at 1/19 against the Senators.

    Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

  • 6 years 45 weeks ago

    Anton But was scoreless in Spartak's 1-0 win over St. Petersburg.

    Evgeny Artyukhin had a goal and an assist as CSKA blew out Novosibirsk 5-2.

    Dimitri Kazionov was scoreless as Kazan beat Chelyabinsk 7-5. Goaltender Vasily Koshechkin appeared in the game spelling starter Mikka Noronen.

    Denis Kazionov was scoreless in Omsk's 5-3 loss to Tver.

    Alexei Glukhov had an assist in Cherepovets' 5-4 loss to Khabarovsk.

  • 6 years 45 weeks ago

    WHL
    Tri-City Americans 2 @ Everett Silvertips 3 (SO)
    D Dane Crowley, EVT: 0-0-0, E, 2 PIM (holding)

    Kyle Beach of the 'Tips was ranked No.4 among North American draft eligible prospects by Central Scouting in their midterm rankings. mynhldraft.com had Beach going to the Lightning in a mock draft a month or so ago, but since the Lightning's free-fall in the standings the site now has the Bolts taking Sarnia's Steven Stamkos at No.2. Stamkos was ranked as the No.1 North American skater by Central Scouting in their midterms.

    Chilliwack Bruins 1 @ Kelowna Rockets 3
    G Torrie Jung, KEL: Did not play

    Note: The WHL trade deadline is today (1/10).

  • 6 years 46 weeks ago

    The good news is that the blowouts have stopped and the team is playing competitive hockey.

    NOR-1
    HER-2

    Marc Denis stopped 28 of 30 shots faced in the loss.

    The AHL's website is down right now, but Norfolk's only goal was scored on a Mario Scalzo deflection of a Dan Jancevski point shot.

    The game story is up on the Norfolk Admirals website.

  • 6 years 46 weeks ago

    The Mississippi Sea Wolves picked up their lunch buckets and battled out a shootout win over the South Carolina Stingrays Tuesday to extend their season best win streak to five games. Ryan Munce improved to 9-2 on the season with the Wolves stopping 25 shots in regulation and overtime, and four more in the shootout to earn Third Star honors. It is Munce's fifth straight victory. Marek Kvapil had a goal and an assist and scored one of Mississippi's two shootout markers enroute to earning Second Star honors. Kvapil was credited with the game's first goal when a faulty pass from a South Carolina player ricocheted off the skate of Stingrays goalie Josh Johnson and past him to give the Wolves an early 1-0 lead.

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