Game Results

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ECHL Game Night: 12-17-14

Gwinnett Gladiators 4 at Florida Everblades 5

D Artem Sergeev, FLA: 1-0-1, E, 0 PIM, 3 SOG
Season totals: 18 GP, 5-4-9, +7, 6 PIM, 28 SOG

Other Notables
G Allen York, FLA, Recalled to Syracuse (AHL)
Season totals: 15 GP, 12-2-0-1, 2.23 GAA, 0.906 SV%, 2 SO

F Kevin Lynch, FLA: 1-0-1, -2, 0 PIM, 1 SOG
Season totals (ECHL): 10 GP, 2-5-7, -4, 10 PIM, 16 SOG
Season totals (AHL): 10 GP, 1-0-1, -2, 10 PIM

F Jeff Costello, FLA: 0-1-1, -1, 2 PIM, 3 SOG
Season totals (ECHL): 14 GP, 4-3-7, +3, 20 PIM, 29 SOG
Season totals (AHL): 3 GP, 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM

F Mike Aviani, FLA: 0-1-1, E, 0 PIM, 3 SOG
Season totals (ECHL): 15 GP, 4-4-8, +1, 11 PIM, 28 SOG
Season totals (AHL): 2 GP, 0-0-0, E, 2 PIM

Life, at least temporarily, without Allen York began for the Everblades Wednesday night after his recall to Syracuse earlier in the week as part of the ripple effect of the Ben Bishop injury. Gwinnett jumped out to a quick 2-0 lead, but the Blades stormed back scoring five straight, topped off by Bolt prospect Artem Sergeev's power-play marker early in the 3rd that would become the eventual game-winner. Kevin Lynch, fresh off signing his AHL contract with Syracuse, tallied in his first game back with Florida. Both Jeff Costello and Mike Aviani had helpers in the five-goal run. Gwinnett, losers of four straight, will get another chance to end the East Division leader's six-game win streak on Friday night.

Wichita Thunder 2 at Tulsa Oilers 1

F Danick Gauthier, WIC: 0-0-0, +1, 4 PIM, 4 SOG
Season totals (ECHL): 25 GP, 12-13-25, E, 35 PIM, 85 SOG
Season totals (AHL): 1 GP, 0-0-0, -2, 2 PIM

D Daniel Milan, WIC: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 1 SOG
Season totals: 25 GP, 0-5-5, -5, 53 PIM, 28 SOG

Following up on last weekend's five-zip shutout, Wichita notched its first win in seven attempts against arch-rival Tulsa on Wednesday night. Next game Friday night against Rapid City.

AHL Game Night: 12-17-14 Crunch at Americans

The Killer G's.

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Kristers Gudlevskis allowed 2 goals on 29 shots for the victory. That's two straight quality starts for Kristers since Vasilevskiy started to show his Latvian tandem-mate his tail lights, and he squared his save percentage away at exactly .900 with his effort tonight.

First Period
SYR Paradis, (7) (Mormina, Gourde), 1:19
RCH Ellis, (7) (McCabe, Pysyk), 18:20 (PP)

Second Period
SYR Gourde, (12) (Richard, Koekkoek), 5:24
RCH Ruhwedel, (6) (Irwin), 11:28 (PP)

Third Period
SYR Blunden, (4) (Angelidis, Kunyk), 2:14

Yanni Gourde and Mike Blunden were the game's first and second stars. Gourde, who along with Gudlevskis was the other Killer G in tonight's contest, is now tied for 3rd in the league in goals, as of this posting. He's just 2 back of the league leader right now and is doing his best to be the next diminutive, undrafted Lightning gem, following in the footsteps of Conacher and Johnson before him.

Here's a stat that you could've won a lot of money with before this season: Tanner Richard is tied for second in the league in +/- right now at +17. His point tonight helped him match his scoring totals from all of last season (17 points) in 38 less games, and his +/- has improved dramatically from the -9 mark he posted last year. The light has come on for the pesky Richard, who looks to fit a future role as a two-way third liner who can create as a playmaker and has a little bit of instigator's edge to him, too.

Syracuse's win moves them into a tie with Springfield for the division lead at 37 points and they currently sit at second in the Eastern Conference by virtue of this 7-game winning streak/magic carpet ride they're on. Although they don't yet have the ridiculously good defensive stats and goal differential, this is starting to take on the appearance of one of the old Jon Cooper teams: long winning streaks, plenty of goals, and also, at this moment, tied for second in the league in penalty minutes, too. Fast, talented, and rough and tough when they need to be.

Box score from TheAHL.com.

NHL Game Night: 12-16-14 Lightning at Flyers

Vasilevskiy plays the role of the slump slayer.

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Andrei Vasilevskiy allowed 1 goal on 24 shots for the victory in his first NHL start.

First Period
19:19 PHI Simmonds (14), (Streit, Giroux)(PP)

Second Period
1:50 TB Stamkos (18), (Drouin, Callahan)
6:34 TB Johnson (10), (Callahan, Kucherov)

Third Period
19:18 TB Filppula (6), (Paquette, Johnson)(EN)

Ryan Callahan and Vasilevskiy were the game's first and third stars. The night offered Lightning fans a brief slice of the future, with Vasilevskiy in net and Jonathan Drouin playing on the top line with Stamkos. Both had important hands in the outcome of the game, with a cameo appearance by young Cedric Paquette on the EN goal to seal the game.

Paquette had a helper and was +1 with 2 shots, 1 hit, and 1 blocked shot. He was also 67% on draws.

Drouin had a helper and was +1 with 2 penalty minutes and 1 blocked shot in 17:28. If I have a critique of Drouin, it's that I'd like to see him look to shoot a little more and generate some offense that way, too. I hope he stays on that line with Stamkos from here on out.

Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

NHL Game Night: 12-15-14 Lightning at Penguins

Bad news in Pittsburgh.

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Ben Bishop allowed 1 goal on 5 shots before leaving the game after the First Intermission with what was deemed a "lower body injury". Evgeny Nabokov allowed 3 goals on 21 shots the rest of the way for the loss.

First Period
19:09 PIT Sutter (7), (Scuderi)(SH)
19:33 TB Drouin (2), (Johnson, Kucherov)(PP)

Second Period
2:55 PIT Rust (1), (Ebbett)
19:26 PIT Downie (5), (Hornqvist, Malkin)(PP)

Third Period
7:47 PIT Dumoulin (1), (Downie, Spaling)
16:56 TB Kucherov (12), (Filppula)

The Lightning came out flying in the First Period, and were betrayed by a mixture of bad luck and great goaltending by Fleury. The one goal Bishop allowed was a shot that was going wide that took a goofy bounce off the knob of his stick and bounded into his net. It was so goofy and unlucky, I wouldn't be surprised if Bishop hurt himself kicking something in the locker room about his buzzard's luck. It was that kind of night. You then had Nabby handing Pittsburgh a free goal on a puckhandling gaffe and then a fourth goal coming off a deflection off Hedman. Meanwhile, the Lightning couldn't buy another goal on Fleury until a breakaway goal from Kucherov late in garbage time. Just nothing is going right now, and you hope that Bishop being held out for precautionary reasons turns out to be over something minor like a stubbed toe rather than something being broken or torn.

Cedric Paquette had 1 shot and 4 hits and was 60% on draws in 14:10.

Jonathan Drouin had a goal and 2 shots and 1 blocked shot in 14:50. He was probably one of the three best players on the rink for the Lightning tonight, and that was reflected in his promotion to the Stamkos line in the Third Period. He could've easily had a 3 point night tonight if the Lightning were so cursed right at the moment.

Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

KHL Game Day: 12-15-14

Bratislava 6 vs. Jokerit 2
Jaroslav Janus, Bratislava, Win, 25/27, 2.00 GAA, .926 sv%
Season totals: 20 GP, 6-10-4, 2 SO, 2.68 GAA, .898 sv%

Ex-Lightning first rounder Riku Helenius surrendered 6 goals in defeat for Jokerit in their 6-2 loss to Slovan Bratislava.

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