Game Night Results

  • 6 weeks 6 days ago

    United States Hockey League

    ** Note: Cole Guttman (Dubuque) was placed on injured reserved on December 22nd following the completion of the World Junior A Challenge tournament.

    Omaha Lancers 3 @ Des Moines Buccaneers 1 (Friday)
    Omaha Lancers 2 @ Des Moines Buccaneers 0 (Saturday)

    D Nick Perbix , OMA: 2 GP, 0-0-0, +2, 2 PIM, 7 SOG
    Season Totals: 54 GP, 4-24-28, +17, 34 PIM
    ’16-‘17 Totals (HS): 25 GP, 10-30-40, 6 PIM
    Committed to: St. Cloud State University

    The Lancers took both games off the Buccaneers in a back-to-back series in Des Moines. On Friday night, the Bucs scored early in the 1st, but Omaha scores three unanswered including an empty netter with five seconds left to seal the win. On Saturday night, Omaha goalie Zach Driscoll (Bemidji State commit) pitched a 25-shot shutout to lead the Lancers to the win.

    Cedar Rapids Roughriders 6 @ Sioux City Musketeers 4 (Friday)
    Sioux City Musketeers 0 @ Cedar Rapids Roughriders 4 (Saturday)

    F Sammy Walker, SC: 2 GP, 1-0-1, -2, 0 PIM, 8 SOG
    Season Totals (USHL): 14 GP, 2-6-8, -6, 4 PIM
    ’16-’17 Totals (USHL): 4 GP, 0-0-0, -3, 6 PIM
    Season Totals (HS): 31 GP, 35-44-79, 16 PIM
    ’16-‘17 Totals (HS): 25 GP, 22-24-46, 6 PIM
    Committed to: University of Minnesota

    The Musketeers dropped both games against the Roughriders in a home-and-home series. On Friday night, Walker scored Sioux City’s fourth goal late in the 3rd period, but it was too little too late for the Musketeers, who allowed six goals. After Cedar Rapids scored first, the Musketeers scored twice to take a 2-1 lead early in the 2nd. But Graham Slaggert (Notre Dame commit) led a Roughrider rally, scoring twice to re-establish a Cedar Rapids lead, and the Roughriders would score thrice more in the 3rd period to runaway with the game. On Saturday night, Slaggert scored again and added an assist and Jiri Patera (VGK, 2017 6th round pick) backstopped a 32-shot shutout of the Musketeers.

  • 6 weeks 6 days ago


    By Jeremy Houghtaling

    With the parade to the penalty box lasting throughout most of the game, special teams play proved to be the difference.

    The Crunch allowed a pair of Devils goals on the man-advantage and didn’t convert on their nine power play opportunities until late in the third period, as Syracuse fell to Binghamton, 4-2, at the Onondaga County War Memorial Sunday.

    “They had six or seven power plays. We had six or maybe eight power plays,” Crunch head coach Benoit Groulx said. “I think our power play was not good enough. I think our PK was OK. We can’t go into the playoffs taking five or six penalties a game, for sure.”

  • 6 weeks 6 days ago

    Penalty trouble costs the Crunch.

    BNG-4
    SYR-2

    Connor Ingram allowed 4 goals on 22 shots for the loss.

    First Period
    14:53 BNG Bertschy (14), (MacDonald, Kapla)(PP)
    16:51 SYR Bourke (1), (Lipanov, Verhaeghe)
    17:03 BNG Kennedy (4), (Latta, Rooney)

    Second Period
    17:27 BNG Seney (2), (Bertschy, MacDonald)(PP)

    Third Period
    11:58 BNG Mandat (3), (Thomson, Baddock)
    18:57 SYR Peca (12), (Cernak, Condra)(PP)

    Matthew Peca was the game's third star.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 7 weeks 18 hours ago


    By Jeremy Houghtaling

    The Syracuse Crunch and Utica Comets could see a lot more of each other when the postseason starts in two weeks.

    Erik Condra scored the lone goal and Eddie Pasquale made 26 saves for the shutout, as the Crunch topped the Comets, 1-0, in what could be a preview of the first round of the playoffs at the Onondaga County War Memorial Saturday.

    Syracuse is No. 2 in the North Division, while Utica is battling for the No. 3 spot with Rochester.

    “It’s a playoff game, and they’re probably going to be our first round matchup,” Pasquale said. “It seems like every time we play them it’s a low scoring game with a lot of penalties, a lot of extra stuff after the whistle. It’s that playoff environment and that’s the way it is.”

  • 7 weeks 19 hours ago

    Lightning can't grind out Atlantic Division title clincher.

    TB-2
    CAR-3 (OT)

    Louis Domingue allowed 3 goals on 42 shots for the OT loss. I feel sick for him, because he played his bag off and deserved better. He allowed the first goal on a horribly unlucky deflection, the second goal should've been disallowed on goaltender interference, and the third goal was an odd man rush off a horrible line change in OT. He was fantastic and to get that strong a performance from your backup with as much as what was on the line in this game speaks highly of Domingue, in my opinion.

    First Period
    0:19 CAR Staal (19), (Williams, DiGiuseppe)
    17:36 CAR Williams (16), (DiGiuseppe, Hanifin)

    Second Period
    3:30 TB Callahan (5), (Hedman, Kunitz)

    Third Period
    11:11 TB Palat (11), (Miller, Johnson)

    Overtime
    0:49 CAR Lindholm (16), (Teravainen, Fleury)

    I feel a little sick, honestly. Tonight's a perfect illustration of why you don't want things to go down to game 82 when you need points. All it takes is some horrible puck luck or questionable officiating and next thing you know you're having to count of the Florida Panthers to travel to Boston and take at least a point off the Bruins to win the division and set up a much easier road, on paper, through the postseason. The heart was there in this Lightning team, overall. But, I think the breaks coupled with their having to empty out too much of the tank against Buffalo yesterday landed them in this predicament. Once Palat got the tying goal it really did appear to me the Lightning just didn't have much left in the reserve tanks to finish the job.

    Slater Koekkoek had 2 penalty minutes, 1 shot, and 1 hit in 7:06.

    Anthony Cirelli had 4 shots and 1 hit in 16:35, but was just 24% on 17 draws.

    Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

  • 7 weeks 19 hours ago

    Pasquale outlasts the Comets.

    UTI-0
    SYR-1

    Eddie Pasquale stopped all 26 shots he faced for the SO victory.

    First Period
    NO SCORING

    Second Period
    NO SCORING

    Third Period
    14:55 SYR Condra (9), (Peca, Stephens)(PP)

    Pasquale and Erik Condra were the game's first and second stars.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 7 weeks 1 day ago

    Shootout loss officially locks Syracuse into the second seed in their division.

    SYR-3
    BNG-4 (SO)

    Eddie Pasquale allowed 3 goals on 39 shots before allowing 3 of 5 to convert in the penalty shot session for the SO loss.

    First Period
    10:41 SYR Foote (1), (Volkov, Bodie)
    15:38 SYR Dumont (5), (Cernak, Joseph)(PP)

    Second Period
    2:39 BNG Pietila (11), (Lappin, Bertschy)(PP)
    19:57 BNG Seney (1), (Lappin, Pietila)(PP)

    Third Period
    4:05 SYR Verhaeghe (16), (Peca, Volkov)
    6:59 BNG Rooney (13), (Lappin)

    Overtime
    NO SCORING

    Shootout
    SYR- Stephens, Verhaeghe
    BNG- Pietila, McLeod, Walman

    Cal Foote was the game's second star after scoring on the very first shot of his pro career. Efficient.

    Toronto clinched the North Division and the best record in the AHL tonight with the outcomes of the various games of the night. Syracuse therefore will finish second in the North Division.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 7 weeks 1 day ago

    Lightning move onto the cusp of clinching a division title... barely.

    BUF-5
    TB-7

    Andrei Vasilevskiy allowed 5 goals on 32 shots for the win. Somehow.

    First Period
    0:30 TB Cirelli (4), (Gourde)
    2:57 BUF Mittelstadt (1), (Scandella, Rodrigues)(PP)
    4:35 TB Kucherov (39), (unassisted)
    6:32 BUF Nylander (1), (Guhle, Ristolainen)
    9:40 TB Gourde (25), (Killorn)

    Second Period
    1:04 TB Girardi (6), (Kucherov, Palat)
    8:59 BUF Pominville (15), (Guhle, Rodrigues)
    15:58 BUF Nolan (4), (Larsson)
    18:45 BUF Okposo (15), (Eichel, O'Reilly)(PP)

    Third Period
    6:15 TB Cirelli (5), (Killorn, Sergachev)
    7:02 TB Point (32), (Killorn, Gourde)
    18:34 TB Hedman (17), (Vasilevskiy)(EN)

    Alex Killorn, Yanni Gourde, and Anthony Cirelli were the game's three stars.

    With Boston failing to keep pace in their tilt last night the Lightning came into this game just needing a regulation or OT win in each of their last two games in order to clinch the Atlantic Division and force Boston into a first round matchup against a Toronto team the Bruins have struggled mightily against in the regular season. Strategically, this was a must-win game and the Lightning seemed to bring the intensity necessary for the task... right up until they got a 4-2 lead. Then they let their foot off the gas and soon found themselves chasing the game down 5-4 heading into the Third Period. That the Lightning found a way to pull this one out is fantastic, but the unevenness of their intensity level is troubling (along with their awful penalty kill) and may be potentially costly if the energy they had to expend tonight costs them in their contest with Carolina in the regular season finale tomorrow.

    Cirelli had 2 goals and was +4 with 3 shots in 13:33. He was also 63% on 16 draws including winning the draw against arguably the league's finest, Ryan O'Reilly, en route to manufacturing the critical goal that tied the game at 5-5. With Stamkos out hurt Cirelli's had to step up and you could make an argument he was Tampa Bay's best forward tonight.

    Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

  • 7 weeks 2 days ago

    Friday night's results...

    Quebec Major Junior Hockey League

    #14 Moncton Wildcats 1 @ #1 Blainville-Boisbriand Armada 6 (Game 1)
    Quarterfinals
    Armada leads series 1-0

    C Alex Barré-Boulet , BLB: 2-0-2, +2, 0 PIM, 4 SOG, 7/15 FO, *First Star*
    Playoff Totals: 3 GP, 4-2-6, +7, 4 PIM
    Season Totals: 65 GP, 53-66-116, +28, 67 PIM
    ’16-’17 Totals: 65 GP, 29-52-81, +10, 42 PIM

    Barre-Boulet retuned to the Armada and claimed First Star honors, scoring twice including a power play marker and the game-winner. The outmatched Wildcats scored first, but the Armada reeled off six straight. Game #2 of the series is scheduled for Sunday

    #9 Charlottetown Islanders 4 @ #4 Halifax Mooseheads 3 (OT) (Game 1)
    Quarterfinals
    Islanders leads series 1-0

    C/W Otto Somppi, HAL: Injury Scratch
    Playoff Totals: 1 GP, 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM
    Season Totals: 59 GP, 28-55-83, +39, 28 PIM
    ’16-’17 Totals: 60 GP, 17-24-41, -7, 28 PIM

    Somppi remained out of the Halifax lineup as the Islanders rallied to take Game 1 on the road in overtime. After the Mooseheads took a 1-0 lead, Charlottetown scored twice to open a 2-1 that evaporated to two Halifax goals to re-take the lead at 3-2. Keith Getson (2018 draft eligible) scored the equalizer for the Islanders, his second of the game, to force overtime, and then Pascal Aquin (undrafted) netted the OT game-winner. Both teams fired 40+ shots. These two team are back at it Saturday for Game #2.

    Ontario Hockey League

    #4 Owen Sound Attack 4 @ #1 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 5 (OT) (Game 2)
    Western Conference Semifinals
    Series tie at 1-1

    W Boris Katchouk, SSM: 0-0-0, +2, 2 PIM, 3 SOG, 1/2 FO
    Playoff Totals: 6 GP, 7-3-10, +5, 8 PIM
    Season Totals: 58 GP, 42-43-85, +53, 30 PIM
    ’16-’17 Season: 66 GP, 35-29-64, +18, 46 PIM

    W Taylor Raddysh, SSM: 1-1-2, +1, 2 PIM, 6 SOG, 2/4 FO
    Playoff Totals: 6 GP, 5-3-8, E, 6 PIM
    Season Totals (SSM): 28 GP, 18-21-39, +14, 14 PIM
    Season Totals (ER): 30 GP, 15-29-44, +10, 16 PIM
    Season Totals: 58 GP, 33-50-83, +24, 30 PIM
    ‘16-‘17 Totals: 58 GP, 42-67-109, +67, 37 PIM

    Raddysh scored a power play marker and added an assist as the Soo knotted the series with a Game 2 overtime win against the Attack. Recent Canadiens free agent signee Hayden Verbeek opened the scoring with a pair of 1st period goals. Owen Sound rallied with a pair of goals early in the 2nd period to knot the score before Raddysh’s power play goal reinstated the Greyhounds lead. The Attack equalized the score twice more in the 3rd period, ending with Golden Knight prospect Nick Suzuki tying the game once more with a power play goal with just 85 seconds left in regulation, but the Soo would prevail in overtime. Game #3 shifts back to Owen Sound on Monday night.

    Western Hockey League

    #2 Swift Current Broncos 3 @ #1 Moose Jaw Warriors 5 (Game 1)
    Eastern Conference Semifinals
    Warriors lead series 1-0

    D Oleg Sosunov, MJ: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 1 SOG
    Playoff Totals: 8 GP, 0-0-0, -3, 2 PIM
    Season Totals: 71 GP, 7-19-26, +35, 62 PIM
    ’16-‘17 Totals (MHL-Russia): 32 GP, 0-0-0, +1, 79 PIM

    Moose Jaw lept out to a 3-0 lead that the Broncos could just never overcome, as the Warrior took Game #1 behind a pair of goals from recent Predator free agent signee Tanner Jeannot. The line of former Blues prospect and now Flames free agent signee Glenn Gawdin, Aleksi Heponiemi (FLA, 2017 2nd round pick), and Tyler Steenbergen (ARI, 2017 5th round pick) scored in the 3rd to draw the Broncos within a goal, but Jeannot potted an empty with nine seconds left to preserve the Warrior victory. The series resumes Saturday night with Game #2 in Moose Jaw.

  • 7 weeks 3 days ago

    Somehow I missed this Sioux City game from Tuesday night...

    United States Hockey League

    ** Note: Cole Guttman (Dubuque) was placed on injured reserved on December 22nd following the completion of the World Junior A Challenge tournament.

    Sioux City Musketeers 3 @ Waterloo Black Hawks 4 (Tuesday)

    F Sammy Walker, SC: 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM, 1 SOG
    Season Totals (USHL): 12 GP, 1-6-7, -4, 4 PIM
    ’16-’17 Totals (USHL): 4 GP, 0-0-0, -3, 6 PIM
    Season Totals (HS): 31 GP, 35-44-79, 16 PIM
    ’16-‘17 Totals (HS): 25 GP, 22-24-46, 6 PIM
    Committed to: University of Minnesota

    Walker was held pointless in Tuesday night’s road game in Waterloo, as the Black Hawks rallied from a 3-1 deficit in the last half of the match with three unanswered goals. Micah Miller, future teammate of Nick Perbix at St. Cloud State, scored twice for the Musketeers to help build that 3-1 lead, but Czech 17 year old Matej Blumel (Connecticut commit) paced Waterloo with a goal and two assists, including the primary on Waterloo local boy Hunter Lellig’s (uncommitted) game-winner midway through the 3rd period.

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