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CHL Game Night: 2/16 (Updated)

Mississauga 5 @ Brampton 0
Chris Lawrence had an assist in the IceDogs win and also finished plus-2. A relatively quiet night for Lawrence considering his recent hot streak.

Erie 2 @ Owen Sound 7
Do you criticize Kevin Beech for letting in 7 goals, or praise him for making 72 saves? Judging from the fact he was named the game's third star as the visiting goalie, it's the latter. It also turns out Beech was the "lucky" goalie to be in net when Marek Bartanus finally scored. Bartanus had a goal and was plus-2. Bartanus had gone 24 games without scoring a goal. It was his fifth of the year.

Vancouver 1 @ Prince George 3
Vladimir Mihalik was scoreless and plus-2 with 4 PIM as Prince George beat Vancouver 3-1 Friday. Mihalik had tripping and holding calls against him.

Kelowna 5 @ Everett 6 (Shootout)
Dane Crowley was plus-1 and scoreless for the Silvertips in their 6-5 home shootout win over Kelowna.

AHL Game Night 2/16: Falcons at Bruins

0-2 tonight for Lightning farm teams.

Providence-3
Springfield-2

Springfield again outshot their opponent (28-25), but for the second straight game came away with a loss. Karri Ramo stopped 22 shots in net and the Falcons got goals from Eric Healey and Marek Kvapil. Norm Milley, Matt Smaby, Justin Keller, and Dan Cavanaugh added assists. Though Jonathan Boutin was declared healthy and has practiced the last three days, Gerald Coleman served as the backup.

First Period
PRO Leach, (1) (Krejci, Kalus), 0:56

Second Period
PRO Hoggan, (2) (Krejci, Curry), 4:47
SPR Healey, (23) (Smaby, Milley), 10:55 (PP)
PRO Talbot, (1) (Walter, Trevelyan), 11:06
SPR Kvapil, (12) (Keller, Cavanaugh), 15:33

Third Period
No Scoring

Gamesheet from AHL.com

ECHL Game Night 2/16: Chiefs at Cyclones

Cincinnati-5
Johnstown-4 (Overtime)

Adam Henrich had two goals and an assist and Stan Lascek scored one and one to break his five game scoreless streak, but the Chiefs fell to Cincinnati 5-4 in overtime. John Adams had two assists for the Chiefs and Dmitri Tarabrin added one and one, also. Jean Desrochers had one assist, setting up the Chiefs' first goal. Henrich earned third star honors for his efforts.

Both Morgan Cey (9 of 12) and Ryan Munce (23 of 25) saw action in net for Johnstown. Munce took the loss in relief.

First Period
CIN Deitsch, (21) (Daoust, Aubin), 7:47
JHN Tarabrin, (10) (Desrochers, Henrich), 12:51
JHN Henrich, (12) (MacLean, Lascek), 15:58 (PP)

Second Period
JHN Henrich, (13) (Adams), 2:48
CIN Deitsch, (22) (Aubin, Daoust), 4:42
CIN Martens, (1) (Aubin, Daoust), 7:34
JHN Lascek, (9) (Adams, Tarabrin), 8:51 (PP)

Third Period
CIN Daoust, (18) (Martens), 0:28

Overtime
CIN Daoust, (19) (Deitsch, Martin), 4:51

Gamesheet from ECHL.com

Springfield Notes: Boutin Back, Spina Moved to Center

According to today's Springfield Republican:

Jonathan Boutin has returned from injury (which was a concussion) and the team will carry three goaltenders into the weekend: Boutin, Karri Ramo, and Gerald Coleman. The paper says that a roster move could be made on Monday. Of interest here is Tampa Bay GM Jay Feaster telling the Tampa papers today that he doesn't want to deal off a player from the NHL roster, but instead - if a deal is to be made - he would use a prospect/pick. Tampa currently has three AHL-caliber goaltenders. Hmmmm…..

Also, Falcons Coach Steve Stirling plans to permanently move David Spina to center. Stirling likes the way Spina and Kyle Wanvig work with each other and the physical presence of Brandon Elliott on that line. The Republican points out Spina assisted on all three of Wanvig’s goals against Hartford the other night.

Probable top-3 lines entering the weekend:

Eric Healey – Daniel Corso – Norm Milley
Kyle Wanvig – David Spina – Brandon Elliott
Marek Kvapil – Dan Cavanaugh – Justin Keller

NCAA Game Night: 2/15

Mike Lundin was scoreless in #7 Maine's 5-2 loss to #13 Boston College. The Eagles were able to gain a little ground in the HEast standings as the two teams came into the two-game series tied for third. The win puts Boston College two points ahead of the Black Bears for third and two points behind Boston University for second. The teams play again tonight at Boston College.

HEast Standings as of 2/15/2007

Standings key: Games played, Wins-Losses-Ties Points

1. New Hampshire 21, 17-3-1 35
2. Boston University 22, 11-4-7 29
3. Boston College 22, 13-8-1 27
4. Maine 22, 12-9-1 25
5. Vermont 21, 10-7-4 24
6. Massachusetts 21, 10-8-3 23
7. Northeastern 22, 7-11-4 18
8. Providence 21, 6-13-2 14
9. Mass.-Lowell 21, 4-14-3 11
10. Merrimack 21, 3-16-2 8

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