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Submitted by pete on September 30, 2005 - 20:50
In Switzerland, Eero Somervuori [url=http://www.sehv.ch/mandant/apps/results/details/spiel_details_1001039.htm]scored his second goal of the season as Ambri-Piotta tied Fribourg-Gotteron 2-2[/url]. Eric Perrin and Shane Willis went scoreless in their respective games tonight.
Submitted by pete on September 30, 2005 - 18:49
The Lightning attempt to sharpen up the rough edges with two preseason games left to go. 19 of 20 roster spots appear set as Andy Rogers and Timo Helbling enter the final rounds of their bout to make the team. Rogers' chance to impress occurs tonight. CAR-5 TB-2 (Final) [b]1st Period[/b] 1. Carolina- Cullen, (Commodore, Cole) 2. Tampa Bay- Fedonteko, (Kubina, Sydor) (PP) [b]2nd Period[/b] 3. Carolina- Nordgren, (Brind'Amour) (SH) 4. Kubina, (Sydor, Fedotenko) (PP) [b]3rd Period[/b] 5. Carolina- Brind'Amour, (Hutchinson, Cole) (PP) 6. Carolina- Vasicek, (Stillman, Staal) 7. Carolina- Vasicek, (Stillman, Tverdovsky)
Submitted by chad on September 30, 2005 - 11:37
Sudbury goaltender Kevin Beech allowed a total of 6 goals on 27 shots as the Wolves fell to 0-3 after a 9-3 loss to Barrie Thursday night. Beech started the game for Sudbury, but was pulled 17 minutes into the first period after giving up 4 goals on 13 shots. After backup Chris Abbey allowed his third goal a minute into the third period, Beech returned to the ice to allow 2 more goals on 14 shots. Beech is now 0-3 with a 5.77 goals against average and an .828 save percentage. Wolves coach/GM Mike Foligno told the Sudbury Star, â€œI felt we needed better goaltending tonight and we just didnâ€™t get it. That's real unfortunate.â€ In other action Wednesday and Thursdayâ€¦
Submitted by pete on September 29, 2005 - 14:43
Submitted by pete on September 29, 2005 - 13:27
HIFK's Janne Hauhtonen scored a power play goal with 4:41 left in the third period today to thwart HPK's comeback bid by a score of 4-3. Lightning prospect Karri Ramo took the loss in relief. Ramo, who entered the game at 8:09 of the first period down 3-1, held HIFK in check until HPK could knot the score at 3-3 midway through the second period. HPK pressed hard in the final frame logging 14 shots on goal, but it was not to be. Ramo stopped 16 of 17 in the defeat. His record now falls to 1-1 with a 1.09 GAA and a .957 save percentage.