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AHL Game Night 11/4: Admirals at Sound Tigers

Here's a sports announcerism: if you don't score you can't win.

NOR-0
BRI-3

Ryan Munce stopped 28 of 31 shots faced as the Admirals once again squandered a quality start by one of their netminders.

First Period
BRI Kinasewich, (1) (Regier), 18:04

Second Period
NO SCORING

Third Period
BRI Morency, (1) , 7:05
BRI Tambellini, (4) (Fata, Rullier), 17:50

It's a damned shame players like Marek Kvapil, Stanislav Lascek, and Radek Smolenak have been so disappointing and/or injured because the Ads could desperately use an offensive boost right now.

Game sheet from TheAHL.com.

NCAA Game Night: 11/3

Merrimack 1 @ Massachusetts 5

D UMASS John Wessbecker 0-0-0 2 shots, even

Wessbecker starting to shoot a little more...UMASS (3-2-2) takes on Boston University (2-4-1) this coming Friday night.

#2 Michigan 3 @ Nebraska-Omaha 2

D Mich Kevin Quick 0-0-0 +1, 2 PIM

Quick rotated back into the lineup as Michigan continues to play well to start the season. He was scratched in Friday nights 6-3 win over Nebraska-Omaha.

European Leagues Entering Karjala Cup Break

The annual Karjala Cup, a leg of the yearly Euro Tour of the best club players from the Czech Republic, Finland, Russia, and Sweden, is slated to begin on Thursday as he European leagues are all winding down toward the Karjala Cup break. Two Lightning properties are currently slated to play in the tournament: Russian winger Anton But and Swedish defenseman Andreas Holmqvist.

The break is also a period of significant transfer activity and with several Lightning prospects in contractual limbo, the break may offer some interesting outcomes for players like Evgeny Artyukhin, Denis Kazionov, and Vasily Koshechkin. We shall see.

CHL Game Night: 11/3

I'm not going to lie, there's not much to report from Saturday night. However, game results from Lewiston, Kelowna, Seattle, and Lethbridge are available on the flip.

Smaby Reassigned to Norfolk

Don't know if this is THE roster move or just another chance to get him some playing time, but Matt Smaby has been sent back down to Norfolk of the AHL.

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