Game Night Results

  • 7 years 33 weeks ago

    Michigan State 4- Maine 2
    NCAA semi-finals

    Mike Lundin and Maine missed out on the chance for a national title as they fell to Michigan State in the first game of the Frozen Four. Lundin was scoreless and a plus-1 in the game.

    Boston College beat North Dakota 6-4 in the other semi-final game, setting up Saturday's National Championship.

  • 7 years 33 weeks ago

    In Game One of the Swedish Elitserien finals, Linkopings defeated MODO 5-1 to stake themselves to a 1-0 series lead. Lightning prospect defenseman Andreas Holmqvist rose to the occassion posting 1 goal and 1 assist with 2 penalty minutes in the game. Game Two is scheduled for Friday.

  • 7 years 33 weeks ago

    Johnstown's winning streak stops at 4.

    JHN-1
    TOL-3

    Morgan Cey stopped 27 of 30 shots faced in the loss. John Adams had the only Chiefs goal, on the power play, off assists from Grant Jacobsen and Marek Kvapil.

    Johnstown holds a 2 point lead on Wheeling and a 3 point lead on Reading (with the Royals holding 1 game in hand) for the final playoff spot in the North Division.

    Johnstown has two games remaining on their schedule, a home and home against Reading.

    Wheeling has a home and home against Trenton remaining on their schedule.

    Reading has one game at Trenton remaining before their home and home against the Chiefs.

    First Period
    TOL Smith, (5) , 7:52 (SH)
    JHN Adams, (5) (Jacobsen, Kvapil), 14:34 (PP)

    Second Period
    TOL Hall, (3) (Sullivan, Mulherin), 4:17
    TOL Parillo, (14) (Walsh, Songin), 7:51 (PP)

    Third Period
    NO SCORING

    Game sheet from ECHL.com.

  • 7 years 33 weeks ago

    Falcons... win?

    ALB-2
    SPR-3

    Jonathan Boutin snapped out of a recent slump to stop 27 of 29 shots faced for the win. Veteran Kyle Wanvig led the way with a pair of goals while David Spina notched a pair of assists. ATO signee Jacob Micflikier scored the game winning goal while Adam Henrich, Joe Rullier, Eric Healey and Daniel Corso added helpers. Wanvig, Boutin and MicFlikier were named the game's three stars.

    First Period
    SPR Wanvig, (20) (Henrich, Spina), 14:08
    SPR Wanvig, (21) (Spina, Rullier), 19:59

    Second Period
    NO SCORING

    Third Period
    ALB Bayda, (28) (Willis, Aucoin), 1:55
    ALB Cumiskey, (6) (Willis), 6:22 (PP)
    SPR Micflikier, (2) (Healey, Corso), 16:41

    Game sheet from TheAHL.com.

  • 7 years 34 weeks ago

    Enjoy your tee times "champs".

    CAR-2
    TB-3

    Johan Holmqvist (just win baby) stopped 22 of 24 shots faced for the win. The Lightning got goals from Eric Perrin, Vincent Lecavalier and the The Showman, Dan Boyle. With all due respect to Marty and Vinny, Dan Boyle is, was, and always will be the most entertaining player on this club to watch night in and night out. If you spliced the genes of Bobby Orr and PT Barnum, the end product would be Dan Boyle. He is the NHL's best kept secret. He is also one of only a dozen or so players in this league who are worth paying money to see just in of himself along with the Crosbys of the world. He's that good, and he's got 20 goals this season to prove it. It's a crying shame the NHL doesn't recognize just what sensational marquee caliber player he is. Jason Ward, Nolan Pratt and Vaclav Prospal added assists.

    The Lightning pull within 1 point of Atlanta in the division with the Thrashers holding a game in hand. And, with the Smirkin' Chikins having a date with Washington coming up, you're about to witness one of the handful of awkward occassions in my life where I've had to utter the phrase "lets go Caps". The math is painfully simple from here on out. Atlanta has to leave at least a point on the ice against either Washington or Carolina before the Lightning and Thrashers meet up in "Blue Land" (and it's recently annexed protectorate "Mortgaged the Future of My Franchise to Try to Save My Job Land" where Don Waddell presides as Prime Minister). If they do, the division title will be in play when the Lightning take the ice in the season finale with the #3 seed, the home ice, the division title and a percentage of the proceeds from Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue's last shady land deal all up for grabs. Don't choke Atlanta.

    Game sheet from NHL.com.

  • 7 years 34 weeks ago

    Sunday
    In Game Three of their Superleague seminfinal playoff series, CSKA scored their first win of the series defeating Kazan 3-2. CSKA still trailed the series 2-1. Dimitri Kazionov was scoreless in the match.

    Monday
    Kazan struck back to clinch a spot in the Superleague finals defeating CSKA 2-1 in Game Four. Dimitri Kazionov was scoreless in the match.

    Kazan advances to the Superleague finals to face Magnitogorsk which beat Omsk 3 games to 1. Game One of the Russian Superleague finals begins Saturday.

  • 7 years 34 weeks ago

    One Lightning prospect sees his season end while another moves on.

    Sudbury 6 @ Mississauga 3
    Sudbury wins best-of-7 series 4-1

    The OHL Eastern Conference's No.3 seed Mississauga IceDogs - the team with the second most points in the conference - is going home after 5 games. The Sudbury Wolves came out flying in Game 5, outshooting the IceDogs 16-4 in the first period and taking a 3-0 lead. Mississauga responded, outshooting the Wolves 21-5 in the second and 16-8 in the third, but the team could not get an equalizer. The IceDogs scored in the first 6 minutes of the third period to cut Sudbury's lead to 4-3, but the Wolves scored within 10 seconds of that goal and added an empty netter for the final score. Lightning center/winger Chris Lawrence had an assist and 6 PIM in the loss and now will wait for a contract offer from Tampa Bay. Lightning prospect camp invitee Travis Fuller (47 points in 43 games) could attract some interest from one of Tampa's affiliates for a tryout contract.

    Lawrence finished the series with three goals and an assist in the five games. He was also minus-6 and had 14 PIM.

    Everett 4 @ Spokane 1
    Everett wins best-of-7 series 4-2

    Top-seeded Everett got a go-ahead power play goal with 4 seconds left in the first period and held on until adding a couple of empty-netters to defeat Spokane 4-1 and win the opening round series 4-2. Lightning prospect and defenseman Dane Crowley was scoreless and even for the Silvertips. He finished the series with two assists in the six games and a plus-2 rating.

  • 7 years 34 weeks ago

    Johnstown gains two more points on Reading and Wheeling. Playoffs look within their reach.

    CIN-1
    JHN-2 (OT)

    Ryan Munce stopped 23 of 24 shots faced for the win. Zbynek Hrdel and Gus Katsuras each had 1 goal and 1 assist with Katsuras potting the overtime game winner. Ian MacLean and Bryan Nathe added assists. Rookie star Maxime Boisclair was kicked out of the game midway through the first period with a slashing major. Katsuras, Munce and Hrdel were the game's three stars. Munce is 4-1-0 in his last 5 starts.

    First Period
    NO SCORING

    Second Period
    JHN Hrdel, (12) (MacLean, Katsuras), 8:33

    Third Period
    CIN Daoust, (31) (Rawlyk, Stewart), 7:22

    Overtime
    JHN Katsuras, (10) (Nathe, Hrdel), 0:06 (PP)

    Game sheet from ECHL.com.

  • 7 years 34 weeks ago

    Backbreaking finish.

    SPR-2
    POR-3

    Kevin Beech allowed 3 goals on 32 shots for the loss in his first AHL start. Beech surrendered Portland's winning goal with just 43 seconds left in regulation. Kyle Wanvig and David Spina had the Falcons goals. Eric Healey, Nick Kuiper and Adam Henrich added assists.

    First Period
    POR Ryan, (1) (Salcido, Weinrich), 4:28 (PP)
    POR Miller, (14) (Blanchard, Carter), 10:57 (PP)

    Second Period
    SPR Wanvig, (19) (Healey, Kuiper), 18:00 (PP)

    Third Period
    SPR Spina, (13) (Henrich), 16:11
    POR Wilson, (7) (Motzko, Carter), 19:17

    Game sheet from TheAHL.com.

  • 7 years 34 weeks ago

    If Vincent Lecavalier played in a bigger market, there'd be no doubt who the MVP would be this season.

    WSH-2
    TB-4

    Johan Holmqvist stopped 23 of 25 shots faced for the win. Vincent Lecavalier had 1 goal and 2 assists to boost his season point total to 106. If you had a fever that high, you'd be dead. Dan Boyle had 1 goal and 1 assist and is now just one goal shy of the difficult to reach 20 goal mark for a defenseman. Also with 1 goal (shorthanded) and 1 assist Martin St. Louis goes into triple digits with a sick but still non-lethal 101. And, Cory Sarich had a multi-point night with 2 assists?!?!? Stock up on canned goods, people. Ryan Craig and Jason Ward had the other Lightning goals with individual helpers going to Paul Ranger, Andreas Karlsson, Filip Kuba and Vaclav Prospal.

    With the win the Lightning keep pace with Atlanta three points back in the division with their head-to-head match up still on tap in the season finale. They gain two points on the Islanders, who lost tonight, and maintain their gap on victorious Toronto, Montreal and the Rangers.

    Some numbers to consider as we enter the waning games of the season:
    -As mentioned, with one more goal Dan Boyle will reach 20 goals for a defenseman.
    -With 4 more points, Filip Kuba would reach the 40 point plateau. Difficult, but not impossible.
    -Despite missing almost 10 games with a knee injury, Paul Ranger is 3 points shy of the 30 point plateau. Also difficult, but not impossible.
    -Netminder Johan Holmqvist recorded his 26th win of the season last night. Even if the Lightning run the table, he cannot reach 30 wins. Darn the flu.

    Game sheet from NHL.com.

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