Game Night Results

  • 6 years 32 weeks ago

    North American Juniors (NAJ) Game Night


    Penticton Vees 1 @ Westside Warriors 0 (9/10/2010)
    F Brendan O’Donnell, PEN: 0-1-1, E, 0 PIM

    O’Donnell’s BCHL debut was a good one as he registered a point in his first game when he set up Joey Holka, a St. Cloud State commit, in the second period for what ended up being the game's only goal. O’Donnell had 29 goals and 32 assists for 61 points in 53 games last year for the Winnipeg South Blues of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League. The 2010 6th round draft pick of the Lightning and North Dakota commit was acquired by Penticton in the offseason.

    Westside Warriors 2 @ Penticton Vees 4 (9/11/2010)
    F Brendan O’Donnell, PEN: 1-0-1, E, 0 PIM
    Season Totals: 2 GP, 1-1-2, E, 0 PIM

    Wearing No.91 for the Vees, O’Donnell scored his first BCHL goal on the power play in the first period to tie the game at 1 for Penticton. The Vees would later go down 2-1 but storm back in the third period with 3 goals.

  • 6 years 32 weeks ago

    Panik wakes up from his game one slumber.

    DET-3 (SO)

    Jarsolav Janus stopped 40 of 43 shots in regulation and overtime before stopping 14 of 16 shooters in the marathon penalty shot session for the win.

    First Period
    TB - Panik (Wright, Zahn) 4:23
    DET - Coetzee (Tatar) 5:56

    Second Period
    TB - Tyrell (Marks) 3:09
    TB - Wright (Connolly) 7:26

    Third Period
    DET - Tatar (PP) (Macek, Ferraro) 2:46
    DET - Parkes (Raedeke) 3:27


    TB - Panik, Panik, Butcher
    DET - Smith, Ferraro

    Richard Panik had a goal and scored two of the Lightning's three goals in the shootout. The Lightning's unlikely hero was tournament tryout and former Canucks draft pick Matt Butcher. Dana Tyrell also emerged to score his first goal of the tournament.

    Two games in, Brett Connolly and James Wright are tied with several others for second in the tournament in scoring with 3 points each.

    The Lightning will face Dallas' prospects in the final game of the round robin phase. They may end up facing 2010 first round pick Jack Campbell in the process, with the stakes being a spot in the knock-out round.

    Box score from Pointstreak.

  • 6 years 32 weeks ago

    Novokuznetsk 0 @ Dynamo Riga 3
    Martins Karsums, Dynamo Riga, 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 0 SOG
    Season totals: 2 GP, 0-1-1, +1, 2 PIM

    Martins Karsums was scoreless in 12:54 in Riga's 3-0 shutout win over Novokuznetsk. Riga goaltender Chris Holt stopped all 18 shots he faced.

    Astana 2 @ Cherepovets 5
    Vasily Koshechkin, Cherepovets, Win, 37/39, 2.00 GAA, .949 sv%
    Season totals: 1 GP, 1-0-0, 0 SO, 2.00 GAA, .949 sv%

    It's Vasily Koshechkin's fourth team he's played for in Russia, but the story remains the same. The big goaltender stopped 37 of 39 shots faced in his Cherepovets debut to help Severstal defeat Astana 5-2.

    Former Lightning prospect Karri Ramo stopped 27 shots in Omsk's 4-3 win over Spartak Moscow. Who was in the other crease? Hockey legend Dominik Hasek allowed 4 goals on 32 shots for the loss.

    Mytischi fell 1-0 in a shootout to Novgorod, with the winning marker belonging to ex-Springfield Falcon Ryan Vesce. Mytischi was without the services of Lightning prospect Denis Kazionov, who was cut loose by the team earlier this month. No word, as of yet, on where the younger Kazionov brother will land.

  • 6 years 32 weeks ago

    Kazan 5 @ Chekhov 3
    Dmitri Kazionov, DNP
    Season totals: 0 GP, 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM

    Dmitri Kazionov did not play in Kazan's 5-3 win over Chekhov. Ex-NHLers Alexei Morozov and Niko Kapanen each had a pair of assists for Ak Bars in the win.

  • 6 years 32 weeks ago

    St. Petersburg 4 @ Dynamo Riga 5 (OT)
    Martins Karsums, Dynamo Riga, 0-1-1, +1, 2 PIM, 1 SOG
    Season totals: 1 GP, 0-1-1, +1, 2 PIM

    Overage prospect Martins Karsums assisted on a first period goal in Riga's 5-4 overtime win over SKA St. Petersburg. Karsums also took a third period slashing penalty in the match. Former Lightning prospect Anton But was -2 in the match for St. Petersburg.

  • 6 years 32 weeks ago

    Kazan 1 @ UHC Dynamo 3
    Dmitri Kazionov, Kazan, DNP
    Season totals: 0 GP, 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM

    Dmitri Kazionov did not play for defending champs Kazan in their opening match loss to UHC Dynamo. Former Islander Juraj Kolnik had a goal in the match for Dynamo. The Dynamo club is a product of the offseason merger of the Moscow Dynamo and KHK MVD franchises.

  • 6 years 48 weeks ago

    Gold Medal Match
    Russia 1 @ Czech Republic 2
    Vasily Koshechkin, Russia, DNP
    Tournament totals: 3 GP, 3-0-0, 0 SO, 1.00 GAA, .967 sv%

    Tomas Vokoun made 35 saves and held Russia scoreless until a late empty-net goal by Detroit's Pavel Datsyuk as the Czech Republic stunned Russia 2-1 to win World Championships gold. Russian starter Semyon Varlamov had 23 saves in the loss. Russia gets the silver medal. The Lightning must now decide if they want to pursue the services of goaltender Vasily Koshechkin, who was 3-0-0 in the tournament for the Russians.

    Bronze Medal Match
    Sweden 3 @ Germany 1
    Victor Hedman, Sweden, 0-0-0, +1, 2 PIM, 0 SOG
    Tournament totals: 9 GP, 1-1-2, +5, 6 PIM

    Johan Harju, 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM, 4 SOG
    Tournament totals: 9 GP, 4-1-5, -1, 4 PIM

    Oilers 1st round pick Magnus Paajarvi-Svensson scored his 5th goal of the World Championships and the Leafs' Jonas Gustavsson made 20 saves as Sweden defeated home country Germany 3-1 to secure the bronze medal. Lightning defenseman Victor Hedman played 14:28 in the match and took a roughing minor late in the third period. Lightning prospect forward Johan Harju played 17:15, but was on the ice for Germany's lone goal by Alexander Barta. Both Harju and Hedman, obviously, are under contract to the Lightning and will be coming to training camp for the club in the Fall.

  • 6 years 48 weeks ago

    Sweden 2 @ Czech Republic 3 (SO)
    Johan Harju, Sweden, 1-0-1, -1, 0 PIM, 8 SOG
    Tournament totals: 8 GP, 4-1-5, E, 4 PIM

    Victor Hedman, 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM, 0 SOG
    Tournament totals: 8 GP, 1-1-2, +4, 4 PIM

    Karel Rachunek scored a goal with 8 second left in regulation to force overtime and Jan Marek scored the winning goal in the shootout to propel the Czech Republic to the World Championships finals over Sweden. Lightning prospect forward Johan Harju had Sweden's opening goal, a power play marker, and led Sweden with 8 shots on goal in 20:02 of ice time, the second highest ice time total of any Swedish forward. Unfortunately, Harju was on the ice for Rachunek's tying goal, which is the lone blemish in an otherwise outstanding game for the big power forward. Harju's goal was his 4th of the World Championships, which actually ties his goal scoring total of the entire regular season for Dynamo Moscow in the KHL. For Harju, who before this tournament was last seen leaving the ice injured in the second-to-last game of a disappointing first round playoff exit for Dynamo, this World Championships has reasserted the big forward's pedigree as a poor-man's Johan Franzen. Lightning defenseman Victor Hedman played 20:25 in the match and was on the ice for a Czech goal by Tomas Mojzis. Sweden will play home country Germany in the bronze medal game tomorrow.

    Russia 2 @ Germany 1
    Vasily Koshechkin, Russia, Win, 26/27, 1.00 GAA, .963 sv%
    Tournament totals: 3 GP, 3-0-0, 0 SO, 1.00 GAA, .967 sv%

    Russian coach Slava Bykov went with Lightning prospect goaltender Vasily Koshechkin in their semifinal match against home country Germany, and the 6'6" netminder did not disappoint as he remained unbeaten and untied in the tournament making 26 saves on 27 shots faced for the win. Red Wings star Pavel Datsyuk scored the winning goal for the Russians with just 1:50 left in regulation to punch their ticket for the gold medal game against the Czech Republic. It will be interesting to see if the Lightning make any moves to sign Koshechkin at the end of the tournament, which will come to a close tomorrow. Ex-GM Brian Lawton reportedly had serious interest in bringing in the 2002 8th round pick next season.

  • 6 years 48 weeks ago

    Sweden 4 @ Denmark 2
    Johan Harju, Sweden, 0-1-1, E, 2 PIM, 4 SOG
    Tournament totals: 7 GP, 3-1-4, +1, 4 PIM

    Victor Hedman, Sweden, 0-0-0, +1, 2 PIM, 0 SOG
    Tournament totals: 7 GP, 1-1-2, +5, 4 PIM

    Lightning forward prospect Johan Harju assisted on a goal by longtime linemate Linus Omark in support of Sweden's 4-2 Quarterfinals win over Denmark. Harju played 18:15 in the match and also took a minor for tripping. Lightning blueliner Victor Hedman played 15:00 in the match for the Swedes. He took a minor for slashing in the game. Sweden advances to play the Czech Republic in the semifinals.

    Russia 5 @ Canada 2
    Steven Stamkos, Canada, 0-0-0, -1, 4 PIM, 4 SOG
    Tournament totals: 5 GP, 2-1-3, E, 10 PIM

    Steve Downie, Canada, 0-0-0, E, 18 PIM, 1 SOG
    Tournament totals: 7 GP, 2-0-2, +2, 28 PIM

    Vasily Koshechkin, Russia, DNP
    Tournament totals: 2 GP, 2-0-0, 0 SO, 1.00 GAA, .969 sv%

    Russia got a pair of goals by Evgeni Malkin and 3 assists from Ilya Kovalchuk as they stomped Canada 5-2. Lightning star Steven Stamkos played 14:53 in the match and took minors for boarding and hooking. Fellow Lightning forward Steve Downie played 10:47 and took minors for boarding and roughing before a chippy third period when he took minors for roughing, slashing, and a 10 minute misconduct for an altercation with Sergei Fedorov. Russia advances to play home country Germany in the semifinals. Canada's tournament is now over.

  • 6 years 48 weeks ago

    Windsor Spitfires 4 vs. Moncton Wildcats 3 (OT)
    Memorial Cup Round Robin Play
    D Mark Barberio, MCT: 0-0-0, E, 2 PIM (holding)
    Tournament Totals: 3 GP, 0-0-0, -2, 2 PIM
    Playoff Totals: 21 GP, 5-17-22, +10, 12 PIM
    Season Totals: 65 GP, 17-43-60, +39, 72 PIM

    Despite already clinching a spot in the tournament’s championship game, Windsor clawed their way back from a 3-2 third period deficit to force overtime and ultimately defeat the QMJHL champion Wildcats 4-3. With the loss, Moncton fell to 0-3. Their tournament and season are now complete. Barberio did not register a point in the round robin portion of the event, and the last picture of the Wildcats’ season will be a dejected Barberio standing in front of goaltender Shane Owen as Windsor celebrates in the background. Although the ultimate ending is now what Barberio envisioned, his team did win their league championship, he had a career year statistically, was a finalist for defenseman of the year, and led all blueliners in playoff points. He should have an NHL contract in his immediate future and projects to be playing defense for AHL Norfolk next season. Barberio has the offensive mindset and talent to be a successful pro. He’ll need a couple years honing his own-zone skills before flirting with a possible spot in the NHL.

    Draft Watch
    Moncton defenseman Brandon Gormley, a possibility for the Lightning at No.6 in the summer’s draft, had a goal and an assist in the game and played worthy of a prospect expected to go in the upper portion of the top-10 in this summer’s draft. Gormley Tournament Totals: 3 GP, 1-2-3, 0 PIM. Meanwhile, Windsor's Cam Fowler, a defenseman expected to be taken just before the Lightning pick, scored his first of the tournament in the Moncton game. He's 1-3-4 after three games.

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