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Henrich Back Up, Smolenak and Coleman Back Down

It's on the Falcons front page dated today 2/20

www.falconsahl.com

Springfield, MA – The Springfield Falcons, proud members of the American Hockey League, announced today that left wing Adam Henrich has been recalled from their ECHL affiliate, the Johnstown Chiefs. The Falcons also announced that forward Radek Smolenak and goaltender Gerald Coleman have been reassigned to the Chiefs.

Henrich is back with the Falcons and has played in 11 games with Springfield this season collecting two goals and two assists for four points. In 32 games with the Chiefs this season, Henrich is averaging a point a game collecting 15 goals and 19 assists for 34 points, including 12 points in his last six games with Johnstown.

Superleague Site Down

I want to apologize for the lack of Superleague score updates over the past week or so. For whatever reason, the official stats site of the Superleague, global-sport.ru, has gone dark over that period of time and still hasn't come back up. In the meantime, we will be looking for other sources of information out of Russia. But for now, so you know, we have nothing coming out of Russia.

Tribune-Democrat: Chiefs Fate in Doubt

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The Johnstown Chiefs’ future appears to be in serious jeopardy, with team owner Jim Weber saying he will attempt to sell the franchise if he does not have a new concessions deal within 10 days.

Cambria County War Memorial Authority members say they cannot renegotiate a complex lease within that time.

Authority officials say they want talks to continue, and they took steps to move the process forward at a meeting on Monday that was attended by Weber.

But the two sides still are far apart, and Weber said he is holding fast to his March 1 deadline.

“There’s a sense of urgency to this,” he said.

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Bolt Prospects Prospect of the Week: 2/12-2/18

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Salisbury Game Night: 2/17

Salisbury School-4
Avon Old Farms-2

Kevin Quick scored his first goal of the season as Salisbury won their 10th game in a row. Quick fired a quick wrist shot from the top of the circles that found its way through in the third period. Salisbury sits in a three-way tie for first place in the Founders League with Avon Old Farms and Hotchkiss School. The Knights make up last weeks game, which was cancelled due to weather, against Albany Academy tonight then face Hotchkiss on Wednesday.

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