Game Night Results

  • 7 years 22 weeks ago

    Not a good night for the organization, even with the Lightning moving into first.

    Worcester-2
    Springfield-1

    Jonathan Boutin returned to the Springfield net and made 35 saves, but it wasn’t enough to steal a win against the Sharks. Steve Bernier, who started the year on a scoring line in San Jose, scored the game winner for Worcester in a 2-1 win. The Sharks outshot the Falcons 37-21.

    The Falcons got their goal from defenseman Doug O’Brien, with assists going to Daniel Corso and Jay Rosehill. This was the first goal in 10 games for O’Brien.

    Gerald Coleman served as the back-up goaltender.

    First Period
    SPR O'Brien, (6) (Corso, Rosehill), 4:37
    WOR Stevenson, (8) (Evans, Prudden), 13:52

    Second Period
    WOR Bernier, (3) (Armstrong, Staubitz), 2:43

    Third Period
    No Scoring

    Gamesheet from AHL.com

  • 7 years 22 weeks ago

    Make that two losses in a row to first place Cincinnati.

    Cincinnati-7
    Johnstown-4

    The Chiefs again couldn’t get a full game from their starter as Ryan Munce only lasted a little over 2 minutes before giving up 2 goals on 3 shots and finding a spot on the bench. Morgan Cey took the loss for Johnstown. He made 23 saves on 27 shots.

    Johnstown got goals from Dmitri Tarabin, Stanislav Lascek, Jean Desrochers, and Andrew Martens. Adam Henrich continued his strong play with 2 assists. Since his demotion from Springfield, Henrich as 10 points in 5 games and is now over a point-per-game on the year with 32 points in 31 games (13-19-32). He’s also a plus-13 and over 100 PIM at 117.

    First Period
    JHN Tarabrin, (11) (Henrich, Desrochers), 0:18
    CIN Daoust, (20) (Deitsch), 2:07
    CIN Daoust, (21) (Deitsch, Martin), 2:51
    JHN Lascek, (10) (Martens, Hrdel), 5:58
    JHN Desrochers, (10) (Tarabrin, Henrich), 7:09

    Second Period
    JHN Martens, (5) , 7:09
    CIN Lisabeth, (13) (Starling, Wirll), 19:02

    Third Period
    CIN Wirll, (32) (Martin, Ehgoetz), 0:16
    CIN Daoust, (22) (Deitsch, Aubin), 2:31 (PP)
    CIN Wirll, (33) (Deitsch), 16:11
    CIN Aubin, (8) (Grumet-Morris, Martens), 19:06 (EN)

    Gamesheet from ECHL.com

  • 7 years 22 weeks ago

    The Good News = Lightning move into a tie for first place in the Southeast Division
    The Bad News = Tampa Bay fails to get both points, and possible injuries to Ranger and Fedotenko.

    Florida-5
    Tampa Bay-4 (Overtime)

    With Atlanta's loss in Ottawa this afternoon, the Lightning needed just one point to move into a first place tie with the Thrashers. The held on for the point, but fell in overtime in South Florida 5-4 to the Panthers. Tampa now leads the division by tiebreaker with 69 points and hold the No.3 seed. Atlanta also has 69 and the Hurricanes, who won tonight in Montreal, are 2 back at 67. The Lightning has a game in hand on both division rivals.

    The Panthers won their first game in extra time this year and move to 57 points, 2 ahead of Washington for 13th place in the conference. They are 9 points out of a playoff spot.

    Back to the game … Johan Holmqvist struggled at times in net for Tampa, stopping 25 of 30 shots. The Lightning only put up 20 shots on Ed Belfour, including just 3 in the final period. Part of the reason for the low shot total was the absolutely horrific ice conditions that both teams battled. No less than three goals were the direct or indirect result of the puck jumping over or off of a stick. With 6 minutes left in the third period, the teams had combined for 5 shots and what seemed like 2 dozen giveaways. It was awful to watch, but both teams had to deal with it.

    The “Lightnings,” as they were referred to by Panthers analyst Denis Potvin at one point, got goals from Martin St. Louis (2), Dan Boyle, and Eric Perrin. Assists were compiled by Vaclav Prospal (2), Vincent Lecavalier (2), Boyle, Perrin, and Brad Richards.

    Ruslan Fedotenko suffered a thigh or knee injury when he was hit by Bryan Allen’s raised knee late in the third. No penalty was called on the play. Paul Ranger also left the game with an injury, but the Panthers broadcast never addressed it. They were too busy fawning over Allen’s hit on Fedotenko.

    Blair Jones was a scratch for the Lightning and Erik Erlendsson of the Tampa Tribune speculates he could be sent back to Springfield on Monday.

    1st Period
    Florida 1:47, Ruslan Salei 6 (power play) (unassisted)
    Florida 4:02, Stephen Weiss 12 (Nathan Horton, Martin Gelinas)
    Tampa Bay 6:09, Martin St. Louis 34 (Vaclav Prospal, Vincent Lecavalier)
    Tampa Bay 11:03, Eric Perrin 10 (Brad Richards)
    Tampa Bay 16:28, Martin St. Louis 35 (Dan Boyle, Vincent Lecavalier)

    2nd Period
    Florida 6:48, Bryan Allen 2 (Stephen Weiss, Martin Gelinas)
    Tampa Bay 11:11, Dan Boyle 13 (power play) (Eric Perrin, Vaclav Prospal)

    3rd Period
    Florida 11:28, Ville Peltonen 10 (power play) (Olli Jokinen, Steve Montador)

    OT Period
    Florida 0:29, Nathan Horton 19 (Jay Bouwmeester, Stephen Weiss)

    Gamesheet from NHL.com

  • 7 years 22 weeks ago

    Mississauga 5 @ Brampton 0
    Chris Lawrence had an assist in the IceDogs win and also finished plus-2. A relatively quiet night for Lawrence considering his recent hot streak.

    Erie 2 @ Owen Sound 7
    Do you criticize Kevin Beech for letting in 7 goals, or praise him for making 72 saves? Judging from the fact he was named the game's third star as the visiting goalie, it's the latter. It also turns out Beech was the "lucky" goalie to be in net when Marek Bartanus finally scored. Bartanus had a goal and was plus-2. Bartanus had gone 24 games without scoring a goal. It was his fifth of the year.

    Vancouver 1 @ Prince George 3
    Vladimir Mihalik was scoreless and plus-2 with 4 PIM as Prince George beat Vancouver 3-1 Friday. Mihalik had tripping and holding calls against him.

    Kelowna 5 @ Everett 6 (Shootout)
    Dane Crowley was plus-1 and scoreless for the Silvertips in their 6-5 home shootout win over Kelowna.

  • 7 years 22 weeks ago

    Mike Lundin was scoreless in #7 Maine's 5-2 loss to #13 Boston College. The Eagles were able to gain a little ground in the HEast standings as the two teams came into the two-game series tied for third. The win puts Boston College two points ahead of the Black Bears for third and two points behind Boston University for second. The teams play again tonight at Boston College.

    HEast Standings as of 2/15/2007

    Standings key: Games played, Wins-Losses-Ties Points

    1. New Hampshire 21, 17-3-1 35
    2. Boston University 22, 11-4-7 29
    3. Boston College 22, 13-8-1 27
    4. Maine 22, 12-9-1 25
    5. Vermont 21, 10-7-4 24
    6. Massachusetts 21, 10-8-3 23
    7. Northeastern 22, 7-11-4 18
    8. Providence 21, 6-13-2 14
    9. Mass.-Lowell 21, 4-14-3 11
    10. Merrimack 21, 3-16-2 8

  • 7 years 22 weeks ago

    ONE.

    WSH-2
    TB-3 (Shootout)

    The Lightning made up one of the two games in hand they had on Southeast Division leading Atlanta and took a somewhat difficult two points from Washington with a 3-2 shootout win. The Lightning pulled within just one point of the Thrashers. The Bolts improved to 8-1 on the year in the shootout, making me a fan of it for as long as this continues.

    Marc Denis got a rare start in net and flashed a little glove and little attitude in stopping 36 shots in regulation and overtime and all three shootout attempts to get the win. After making an rubber-arm glove save on Alexander Ovechkin in the third, Denis turned his head and glared at the superstar.

    Vincent Lecavalier increased his league-leading goal total to 39 with both of Tampa Bay’s goals in regulation (one PPG, one SHG). Martin St. Louis had the shootout winner as the third shooter for the Lightning. Denis had to make a Hasek-like sprawling save on a deking Matt Pettinger to secure the win. Kudos to Denis’ armpit for that one. Assists on the night went to Dan Boyle, who became the all-time Lightning leader in points for a defenseman, Brad Richards, and St. Louis.

    Kudos to Sun Sports’ Rick Peckham for pointing out Washington’s Eric Fehr is the former linemate of Ryan Craig from their WHL days in Brandon. Those guys, along with the Predators' Jordin Tootoo, were dynamite for the Wheat Kings. The Caps also featured Jeff Shultz, a former Calgary Hitmen teammate of Springfield’s Mike Egener. Shultz was taken in the late first round of the 2004 draft; Egener at the top of the second round in 2003.

    1st Period
    Washington 9:07, Alexander Semin 30 (power play) (Dainius Zubrus)

    2nd Period
    Tampa Bay 2:44, Vincent Lecavalier 38 (power play) (Dan Boyle, Brad Richards)
    Tampa Bay 7:05, Vincent Lecavalier 39 (shorthanded) (Martin St. Louis)

    3rd Period
    Washington 19:45, Dainius Zubrus 20 (unassisted)

    OT Period
    None

    Shootout
    Tampa Bay misses: Vincent Lecavalier, Brad Richards
    Tampa Bay goals: Martin St. Louis
    Washington misses: Alexander Semin, Alexander Ovechkin, Matt Pettinger

    Game sheet from NHL.com.

  • 7 years 22 weeks ago

    Chris Lawrence scored the first two goals of the game as the Mississauga IceDogs clinched a playoff birth with a 4-1 win over fellow Lightning prospect Marek Bartanus and the Owen Sound Attack. Lawrence was also plus-1 and was named the game's third star. Lawrence is now on the cusp of 40 goals for the year, sitting at 39. He is alone in fourth in the league for goals scored, behind John Tavares of Oshawa (55), Patrick Kane of London (51) and Tyler Donati of Belleville (50). Bartanus did not register a point in the game and was minus-1 with a slashing minor. Bartanus has not scored a goal in 24 games.

  • 7 years 22 weeks ago

    Not much love for Johnstown in Trenton tonight.

    JHN-0
    TRE-5

    Morgan Cey allowed 5 goals on 30 shots in the loss. Disconcertingly, Stanislav Lascek's scoreless streak has reached five games.

    First Period
    TREN Riddle, (18) (Henkel, Ruggeri), 6:33
    TREN Bertoli, (11) (Pandolfo, Riddle), 13:35 (PP)

    Second Period
    TREN Pandolfo, (35) (Haggett, Pisellini), 13:32

    Third Period
    TREN Riddle, (19) , 5:53 (SH)
    TREN Haggett, (14) (Ruggeri, Riddle), 19:35 (PP)

    Game sheet from ECHL.com.

  • 7 years 23 weeks ago

    Dimitri Kazionov was scoreless in Kazan's 3-2 win over Nizhnekamsk.

    Denis Kazionov was scoreless in Tver's 4-2 loss to Salavat Yulayev.

    Alexei Glukhov was scoreless in Cherepovets' 3-1 win over Khabarovsk.

    Evgeny Artyukhin was scoreless in Yaroslavl's 6-1 pounding of Novokuznetsk.

    Vasily Koshechkin was perfect in relief of starter Mike Fountain in Togliatti's 5-4 win against Chelyabinsk. Koshechkin is now 16-12-4 this season. He missed the recent LG Hockey Games while nursing an injury.

    Anton But was scoreless in SKA's 6-2 defeat at the hands of Podolsk.

  • 7 years 23 weeks ago

    Lion= Lightning, Antelope=Thrashers

    PHO-3
    TB-5

    Johan Holmqvist stopped 23 of 26 shots faced for the win. Vincent Lecavalier led the way with 2 goals and 1 assist while Martin St. Louis had 1 goal and 2 assists. The other member of the MVP Line, Vaclav Prospal, had helpers in triplicate. Brad Richards dropped 1 goal and 1 assist including a salty game winning slap shot on the power play and Ruslan Fedotenko had a pair of assists. The Lightning's insurance goal came from Eric Perrin and Paul Ranger chipped in 1 assist.

    The Lightning temporarily move within 3 points of division leading Atlanta while the Thrashers are playing on the road tonight in Calgary. A little over midway through the game at the Saddledome, Atlanta is down 3-1. If the score holds, the Lightning will not only have shaved a once commanding division lead down to 3 points but they'll still also hold 2 critical games in hand.

    First Period
    Tampa Bay 5:56, Vincent Lecavalier 36 (Vaclav Prospal, Martin St. Louis)
    Tampa Bay 7:52, Martin St. Louis 33 (Vincent Lecavalier, Vaclav Prospal)
    Phoenix 8:18, Mike Zigomanis 10 (Oleg Saprykin, Georges Laraque)
    Phoenix 11:48, Oleg Saprykin 11 (Keith Ballard, Mike Zigomanis)
    Tampa Bay 15:19, Vincent Lecavalier 37 (Martin St. Louis, Paul Ranger)

    Second Period
    Phoenix 18:16, Derek Morris 4 (Travis Roche, Shane Doan)

    Third Period
    Tampa Bay 1:24, Brad Richards 20 (power play) (Ruslan Fedotenko, Vaclav Prospal)
    Tampa Bay 11:45, Eric Perrin 9 (Ruslan Fedotenko, Brad Richards)

    Game sheet from NHL.com.

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