ECHL Game Night: November 29, 2007

Sea Wolves winning streak ends as the Stingrays of South Carolina score three unanswered goals in the 3rd period. Radek Smolenak notches a marker while firing a team-high 7 shots, Brandon Elliott went toe-to-toe with Grant McNeill, and Ryan Munce stopped 50 shots while getting tough defending his crease in a penalty-filled third penalty.

South Carolina 5 @ Mississippi 3
F Radek Smolenak: 1-0-1; -1; 0 PIM; 7 SOG
F Stan Lascek: 0-0-0; Even; 0 PIM; 4 SOG
F Zbynek Hrdel: 0-0-0; -2; 2 PIM (boarding); 1 SOG
F Brandon Elliott: 0-0-0; +1; 7 PIM (slashing, fighting major); 0 SOG
F Marek Kvapil: DNP
G Ryan Munce: L; 60 MINS; 55 SHOTS; 50 SAVES; 5 GA

Mississippi hits the road for a Friday and Saturday night tilt against Augusta and Charlotte.

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55 Shots Against

Ridiculous from a team standpoint, although it's great for developing a goaltender.

Too Much

That's way too much rubber coming his way. Is anyone out front trying to block or deflect shots on the way in? I don't care how good the tender is, facing 55 shots, the law of averages will catch up to you sooner or later.

I dont know if this is

I dont know if this is saying much but i have noticed that the scoring for shots on goals seems to be very liberal at this level... in the NHL 30 shots on goal in a game is a lot.. if i am not mistaken the puck has to be between the pipes and make it all the way to a goalie to be a shot.. to me it just seems that anything in the direction of the goalie that he covers up or catches they claim as a shot...

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