Game Night Results

  • 6 years 46 weeks ago

    Admirals ride the roller coaster, get a point.

    ALB-3
    NOR-2 (SO)

    Jonathan Boutin stopped 18 of 20 shots in regulation and overtime before allowing 2 of 5 shooters to score for the shootout loss.

    First Period
    NOR Stewart, (9) (Szczechura, Leach), 14:02 (PP)

    Second Period
    ALB Nolan, (19) (Petruzalek, Gove), 16:46

    Third Period
    ALB Petruzalek, (7) (Mormina, Carson), 10:52
    NOR Szczechura, (5) (Smolenak, Milley), 18:45

    Overtime
    NO SCORING

    Shootout
    ALB- Petruzalek, Johnson
    NOR- Stewart

    Paul Szczechura has been a revelation so far for the Admirals with 3 goals and 6 points in five games since being acquired by Norfolk. He was second star of the game tonight scoring the critical tying goal in the third period for the Ads.

    Radek Smolenak extended his point streak to 4 games. He now has 2 goals and 8 points in 22 games in the AHL this season.

    Norfolk dominated the opening frame outshooting Albany 17-5. After 40 minutes they held a 23-9 shot advantage, but had a 1-1 tie to show for it. The River Rats then stormed the Ads early in the third outshooting the Admirals 9-1 by the time Boutin relented the go ahead goal to Petruzalek. Then the Admirals stormed back to tie the game and in overtime they outshot Albany 6-0.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 6 years 46 weeks ago

    Everett Silvertips 5 @ Prince George Cougars 4 (SO)
    D Dane Crowley, EVT: 0-0-0, -1, 2 PIM (roughing)
    C/W Dana Tyrell, PG: 2-0-2, +2, 0 PIM

    A day after being shutout by Everett 6-0, Prince George put forth a strong effort, outshooting the ‘Tips 39-35, but it wasn’t enough as the Cougars fell in a shootout 5-4. Dana Tyrell, who scored his 19th and 20th goals of the year, did not participate in the shootout, which was over after 3 shooters each. Tyrell sent the game to overtime with a last minute goal. According to Greg Drinnan of the Kamloops Daily News, Lightning General Manager Jay Feaster was in attendance to watch both Crowley and Tyrell. 2008 draft eligible forward Kyle Beach did not play for Everett due to injury.

  • 6 years 47 weeks ago

    Lightning enter All-Star break with a thud.

    OTT-8
    TB-4

    Johan Holmqvist allowed 3 goals on 14 shots in the first period before being pulled for Karri Ramo who allowed 5 goals on 12 shots the rest of the way to take the loss.

    First Period
    Ottawa 13:43, Daniel Alfredsson 30 (Antoine Vermette)
    Ottawa 14:12, Jason Spezza 17 (Randy Robitaille, Daniel Alfredsson)
    Ottawa 18:41, Daniel Alfredsson 31 (power play) (Jason Spezza, Andrej Meszaros)

    Second Period
    Ottawa 4:38, Daniel Alfredsson 32 (shorthanded) (Mike Fisher)
    Ottawa 9:36, Antoine Vermette 11 (Daniel Alfredsson, Wade Redden)
    Tampa Bay 13:51, Dan Boyle 1 (unassisted)

    Third Period
    Ottawa 1:39, Randy Robitaille 8 (Daniel Alfredsson)
    Tampa Bay 1:59, Nick Tarnasky 4 (Brad Lukowich)
    Ottawa 3:58, Dean McAmmond 6 (Chris Neil, Mike Fisher)
    Tampa Bay 5:07, Craig MacDonald 2 (Andre Roy, Nick Tarnasky)
    Tampa Bay 15:17, Dan Boyle 2 (Paul Ranger, Martin St. Louis)
    Ottawa 16:33, Jason Spezza 18 (Andrej Meszaros, Wade Redden)

    The good news is the Lightning got Dan Boyle back from injury and he promptly potted a pair of goals.

    Plaudits for Nick Tarnasky's 1 goal and 1 assist.

    Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

  • 6 years 47 weeks ago

    CHL Top Prospects Game
    Team White 8 Team Red 4

    Possible Lightning target Zach Boychuck had a goal and two assists – one of which came on a gorgeous play where he turned a defenseman inside-out on a rush and cut to the net for a shot which was eventually knocked in by a teammate. Likely top pick Steven Stamkos had a Gordie Howe hattrick (1+1). Game recap.

    Lighting prospect results from Wednesday:

  • 6 years 47 weeks ago

    Break up the Admirals.

    NOR-3
    HER-2 (SO)

    Marc Denis allowed 2 goals on 27 shots in regulation and overtime before stopping 4 of 4 shooters in the penalty shot session for the win.

    First Period
    NOR Lessard, (12) (Smolenak), 1:22
    NOR Szczechura, (4) (Keller, Schneider), 8:19 (PP)

    Second Period
    HER Boumedienne, (2) (Beagle, Lepisto), 10:50

    Third Period
    HER Fehr, (1) (Boumedienne, Lepisto), 9:05 (PP)

    Ordinarily, a shootout win wouldn't be such a big deal, but considering Hershey has tortured Norfolk most of this season in a way reminiscent of how Providence used to torment Springfield, a win is sweet indeed.

    AHL all-star Justin Keller was named first star with an assist and the sealing goal in the shootout. Marc Denis received third star of the game honors.

    Don't look now, but Radek Smolenak has 1 goal and 4 points in his last 3 games.

    The Admirals outshot Hershey 39-27 in the game. Now if they can just get Blair Jones back on track.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 6 years 47 weeks ago

    Evgeny Artyukhin had an assist in CSKA's 2-1 win over Tver. Since joining CSKA Artyukhin has 1 goal, 4 points, 61 penalty minutes, and a +2 rating in 10 games.

  • 6 years 47 weeks ago

    Don't look now, but the Lightning have a little something going here.

    EDM-3
    TB-4

    Johan Holmqvist allowed 3 goals on 28 shots in the win.

    First Period
    NO SCORING

    Second Period
    Tampa Bay 0:38, Brad Richards 14 (Martin St. Louis, Jan Hlavac)
    Tampa Bay 4:29, Craig MacDonald 1 (Nick Tarnasky)
    Tampa Bay 9:17, Martin St. Louis 19 (shorthanded) (Vincent Lecavalier, Brad Lukowich)
    Edmonton 10:08, Andrew Cogliano 9 (power play) (Sam Gagner, Joni Pitkanen)

    Third Period
    Tampa Bay 5:51, Vincent Lecavalier 30 (power play) (Martin St. Louis)
    Edmonton 12:55, Steve Staios 5 (Andrew Cogliano, Sam Gagner)
    Edmonton 18:41, Ales Hemsky 13 (Dustin Penner, Shawn Horcoff)

    The bad news is, the Lightning are still 4 games under .500. The good news is they're just 7 points back of division leading Carolina with 3 games in hand and Dan Boyle likely to come back into the lineup at any time. Between that and the fact no one else in the Southeast Division seems to have their stuff together and the Lightning suddenly look like a team with a prayer of making the playoffs.

    It's a challenge, but it's do-able.

    Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

  • 6 years 47 weeks ago

    Ryan Munce gave up 3 goals against the Everblades Sunday night for the second time in a row, but his offense couldn't bail him out this time. Florida outshot the weary Sea Wolves 46-29 enroute to a 3-1 victory, with Munce stopping 43 of those shots to lose for the first time in 8 games. Munce had beaten the Blades Friday night 4-3 on the first of a three-in-three series with Florida, Texas, and Florida.

    Munce also received news Sunday night that he had been snubbed for the ECHL All-Star game scheduled for Wednesday night, January 23 in Stockton, CA. Bloody filthy robbery.

  • 6 years 47 weeks ago

    Anton But assisted on St. Peterburg's only goal in a 2-1 overtime loss to Chelyabinsk.

    Dimitri Kazionov and Alexei Glukhov were scoreless in Kazan's 5-3 win over Cherepovets.

    Denis Kazionov was scoreless in Omsk's 4-3 win over Dynamo.

    Albert Vishnyakov was scorless as Novokuznetsk was shut out by Spartak 5-0.

  • 6 years 47 weeks ago

    Prince George Cougars 1 @ Seattle Thunderbirds 5
    G Riku Helenius, SEA: Win, Stopped 26 of 27 shots
    C/W Dana Tyrell, PG: 1-0-1, -1, 0 PIM

    Tyrell was the only Cougar to beat Helenius Sunday night, scoring early in the third period. Tyrell extended his point streak to 6 games and Helenius broke a personal 3 game losing streak (0-2-0-1).

    Regina Pats 3 @ Lethbridge Hurricanes 2 (OT)
    C Mitch Fadden, LET: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM

    The third place Hurricanes fell five points behind second place Regina in the Eastern Conference standings. Lethbridge was without Zach Boychuk, who was serving a one game suspension for a check-from-behind. Boychuk is a possible Lightning target at the 2008 NHL Entry Draft. Another possible draft choice, Everett's Kyle Beach, will miss Wednesday's CHL Top Prospects Game due to an injury. Boychuck, of course, is listed on the event's roster.

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