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Wednesday's Superleague Scores

Delayed, but finally here:

Vasily Koshechkin fell to 10-6-3 on the year as Togliatti lost to Magnitogorsk 3-1.

Evgeny Artyukhin scored his second goal of the season in Yaroslavl's 4-3 win over Novosibirsk.

Alexei Glukhov was scoreless in Cherepovets' 3-2 loss to Omsk.

Anton But was scoreless in SKA's 4-2 loss to Khimik.

Dimitri Kazionov and Albert Vishnyakov were scoreless in Kazan's 7-4 win over Dynamo.

Denis Kazionov was scoreless in Tver's 3-0 loss to Nizhenkamsk.

Bolt Prospects Sets New Site Traffic Record

It kind of shocked me today to look at our site traffic over the last three days, but Bolt Prospects has received over 9,600 hits in the last 72 hours meaning the site will have roughly 17,000-18,000 hits total this week. Don't know why the sudden spike, because we've been usually at 2,500-3,000 or so hits per 72 hours since the season started, but I like it.

To our new visitors, we encourage you to join the community by registering and leaving comments or writing your own blog posts. And, as usual, thanks everyone for reading and being a part of Bolt Prospects.

NCAA Game Night: 12/6

Mike Lundin was scoreless and finished with an even rating in #3 Maine's 3-2 OT exhibition win over New Brunswick.

The Black Bears head to Boston on Saturday to face Northeastern.

CHL Game Night: 12/6

Chris Lawrence had an assist and 2 penalty minutes in Mississauga's 3-1 loss to Brampton.

Marek Bartanus had an assist and was -1 in Owen Sound's 8-4 drubbing of Erie.

Vladimir Mihalik was -1 with 2 penalty minutes as Prince George blew a 3-0 lead to fall 5-3 at Lethbridge.

Dane Crowley had a power play goal and a power play assist with 4 PIMs as Swift Current beat Prince Albert 5-2. Crowley was named third star of the game. Through 24 games Crowley has 2 goals and 10 points with a -1 rating and 71 penalty minutes.

AHL Game Night 12/6: Devils at Falcons

Time to start a new winning streak.

LOW-4
SPR-2

Karri Ramo allowed 4 goals on 27 shots before being pulled in the third period for Jonathan Boutin who stopped 6 of 6 shots faced. Springfield, for whatever reason, struggled to get into the game in the first two periods and were outshot 26-12 through 40 minutes before putting together a decent third period to get the final total to 33-27, Lowell. Marek Kvapil and Eric Healey scored the Falcons' goals, both on the power play. For Kvapil, it is just his 3rd of the season, which is disappointing. Mike Egener, Andy Delmore, John Adams and Blair Jones had assists.

First Period
LOW Minard, (8) (McGillis, Papineau), 6:35 (PP)

Second Period
SPR Kvapil, (3) (Egener, Delmore), 2:04 (PP)
LOW Papineau, (8) (Marshall, Tallackson), 5:45 (PP)
LOW Minard, (9) (Papineau), 8:04

Third Period
LOW Bergfors, (9) (Vrana, Voros), 4:22 (PP)
SPR Healey, (9) (Adams, Jones), 5:57 (PP)

Game sheet from TheAHL.com.

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