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Falcons Trade Campbell

To add to the flurry of shake up moves in Springfield, the Falcons [url=http://www.falconsahl.com/detpages/pressbox2910.shtml]have traded RW Jim Campbell to the Philadelphia Phantoms of the AHL in exchange for C Dan Cavanaugh.[/url] Cavanaugh, who checks in at 6'2" 195 lbs is a Springfield native who played his college hockey at Boston University. His best professional season to date came in '03-'04 with the Houston Aeros when he had 16 goals and 39 points in 73 games. In the press release, Lightning GM Jay Feaster also reconfirmed Gerard Dicaire's recall. Dicaire [url=http://www.masslive.com/falcons/republican/index.ssf?/base/sports-0/1137460202196140.xml&coll=1&thispage=1]actually returned to the lineup Saturday against Syracuse, a game for which he was praised by Coach Graham.[/url]

Falcons Announce Roster Moves

The Springfield Falcons today [url=http://www.falconsahl.com/detpages/pressbox2909.shtml]confirmed two of the roster moves reported by ECHL.com yesterday.[/url] The Falcons announced the recalls of defenseman Mike Egener and left wing Adam Henrich as well as the reassignment of winger Randy Rowe to Johnstown of the ECHL. The Falcons have also released defenseman John Adams from his PTO contract. There is no news as of now about any moves pertaining to defenseman Gerard Dicaire's recall.

Egener, Dicaire, Henrich Recalled By Springfield

Mired in a month long winless streak the Springfield Falcons finally opted to make wholesale changes today recalling a trio of Lightning prospects from Johnstown of the ECHL. [url=http://www.echl.com/cgi-bin/mpublic.cgi?action=show_news&cat=1&id=6695]According to ECHL.com[/url], the Falcons have recalled defensemen Mike Egener and Gerard Dicaire as well as left wing Adam Henrich. No word as yet on any roster moves in Springfield which might involve Randy Rowe and John Adams amongst others.

2006 CHL Top Prospects Game Set For Wednesday

The 2006 draft class is widely considered to be a dud in waiting, but the best of the CHL's prospects [url=http://www.chl.ca/CHLTopProspects/home.html]will convene for the annual CHL Top Prospects Game Wednesday in Ottawa at 7pm.[/url] The game will be preceeded by the all important skills competition at 7pm on Tuesday. The skills competition, since 2000, has often yielded clues to the Lightning's draft selections and the team has actively sought out players who are in the upper crust of prospects with skating ability. Past participants in the CHL Top Prospects game who had good skills testing results and were drafted by the Lightning include Nikita Alexeev (Erie, OHL), Adam Henrich (Brampton, OHL), Mike Egener (Calgary, WHL), Paul Ranger (Oshawa, OHL) and Andy Rogers (Calgary, WHL). [b]Participating Prospects[/b] [url=http://www.chl.ca/CHLTopProspects/2006_ohl.html]OHL Prospects[/url] [url=http://www.chl.ca/CHLTopProspects/2006_qmjhl.html]QMJHL Prospects[/url] [url=http://www.chl.ca/CHLTopProspects/2006_whl.html]WHL Prospects[/url]

Game Night 1/14: Storm at Chiefs

Jonathan Boutin has only had a couple of bad starts all season... er, make that three. TOL-7 JHN-3 Boutin and the Chiefs suffered a terrible third period in which they allowed 4 goals as the Toledo Storm walked to victory. Boutin made just 29 saves on 35 shots in the loss. Among Lightning prospects, Adam Henrich assisted on a Brady Greco power play goal in the second period which, at the time, allowed the Chiefs to narrow their deficit to 3-2 just before the 2nd intermission. But three unanswered goals in third period sealed it for the Storm. Johnstown now drops back to a game under .500. Game sheet from [url=http://www.echl.com/cgi-bin/ppublic.cgi?action=box&id=2689]ECHL.com.[/url]
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