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Mississippi Sends Six to Norfolk

Six players under contract to the Mississippi Sea Wolves are attending AHL training camp with the Norfolk Admirals. Both Norfolk and Mississippi are minor league affiliates of the Tampa Bay Lightning.

The six Sea Wolves at the Norfolk training camp include forwards Torry Gajda, Mark Hurtubise, Mike Falk, Mark Rooneem, Lance Monych, and Chase Trull. Mississippi head coach Steffon Walby is assisting the Norfolk coaching staff with practice sessions and scrimmages.

The Mississippi Sea Wolves training camp opens in 30 days.

News From the First Day of Admirals Camp Scrimmages

This just in... according to the Virginian-Pilot's Paul White, Lightning style training camps are grueling. Who knew?

Also, Head Coach Steve Stirling praises Justin Keller, Chris Lawrence, Brandon Elliot, Jay Rosehill, Jonathan Boutin, and Dana Tyrell. Also, Marek Kvapil scored two goals on the first day of scrimmages.

NHL Preseason Game Night 9/19: Stars at Lightning

A little excitement to send the people home happy in preseason!

DAL-3
TB-4 (OT)

Marc Denis stopped 35 of 38 faced for the win. Brad Richards led the way with assists in triplicate. Goals came from Andreas Karlsson, Jason Ward, Kyle Wanvig, and Mathieu Darche. Filip Kuba, Shane O'Brien, and Mike Lundin added individual helpers.

Darche looks like the big winner on the night getting 21:46 of ice time, the game winning goal, registering 7 shots, and having a +1 rating. And 5 hits too? This after a scrimmage hat trick yesterday? Mr. Darche, you sir are making an impact.

Bryce Lampman and Mike Lundin also checking in with well over 20 minutes of look-see a piece. Both were even.

Kyle Wanvig checked in with 16:07 of ice time and a +1 rating with 4 hits and a penalty shot goal, possibly keeping his bubble from bursting and running Karl Stewart to the state of Virginia.

Boxscore and detailed stats from NHL.com.

CHL Game Night: 9/19

Lewiston MAINEiacs 1 @ PEI Rocket 4
D Michael Ward, LEW: 0-0-0, -2, 0 PIM, 1 SOG

Game Notes: The MAINEiacs fell to 1-2 after giving up four unanswered goals, including an empty netter, in a 4-1 loss to Prince Edward Island. Ward is still looking for his first point of the season.

The WHL gets underway tomorrow night with Kootenay @ Edmonton. WHL Lightning prospects begin their season Friday night with Mitch Fadden and Lethbridge hosting Medicine Hat.

The Canadian Hockey League today announced the pre-season CHL Mosaik MasterCard Top 10 Rankings for the 2007-08 season. The weekly rankings of the Canadian Hockey League’s Top 10 are selected by a panel of National Hockey League scouts. Dane Crowley's Everett Silvertips are No.4. The London Knights are No.1.

BCHL Game Night: 9/18

Victoria Grizzlies 2 @ Cowichan Valley Capitals 3 (OT)
W Justin Courtnall, VIC: 0-1-1, 0 PIM

Game Notes: Justin Courtnall registered the primary assist on Victoria’s game tying goal in the 13th minute of the 3rd period, but the Grizzlies fell in overtime to Cowichan Valley 3-2. Courtnall has one goal and one assist in three games so far this season for the 0-1-1-1 Grizzlies.

It is well known Justin is the son of former NHLer Geoff, and nephew of Russ Courtnall. The BCHL is evidentially popular for relatives of former NHLers as scoring the game winner for Cowichan Valley last night was Bryce Reddick, son of former NHL goaltender Pokey Reddick. Cowichan Valley's number-1 goaltender, who did not play last night, is Matt Ferraro, son of former NHLer and ESPN analyst Ray "Chicken Parm" Ferraro. Matt Ferraro is 3-0 on the year so far.

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