Game Results

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AHL Game Night: 11-29-19 Rocket at Crunch

Crunch streaking in the wrong direction.

LAV-4
SYR-2

Scott Wedgewood allowed 3 goals on 13 shots for the loss before giving way to Spencer Martin who stopped both shots he faced the rest of the way.

First Period
0:45 LAV Evans (3), (Alzner, Waked)
15:45 SYR Martel (9), (Barre-Boulet, M. Stephens)

Second Period
12:04 LAV Barber (5), (Peca, Brook)
14:32 LAV Alain (4), (Vejdemo, Alzner)

Third Period
6:22 SYR M. Stephens (5), (Martel, Barre-Boulet)
19:42 LAV Vejdemo (7), (unassisted)(SH)(EN)

Mitchell Stephens was the game's second star.

It's got to be incredibly frustrating to hold a team down to 16 shots on goal and not get a result. That's what Syracuse did tonight while they outpaced the Rocket 28-16 on the shot board. That's partly goaltending and that's partly going 0/5 on the power play, the latter of which is especially difficult to swallow given all the weapons Syracuse has up and down their lineup.

Box score from TheAHL.com.

NHL Game Night: 11-29-19 Lightning at Capitals

Lightning robbed blind by crooked refs.

TB-3
WSH-4 (OT)

Andrei Vasilevskiy allowed 4 goals on 35 shots for the OT loss.

First Period
18:50 TB Point (9), (Kucherov, Hedman)(PP)

Second Period
4:28 TB Sergachev (3), (Kucherov, Shattenkirk)
5:17 WSH Kuznetsov (11), (Oshie, Vrana)(PP)
18:48 TB Killorn (6), (Point, Kucherov)

Third Period
3:45 WSH Vrana (12), (Oshie)
11:36 WSH Ovechkin (17), (Orlov, Boyd)(PP)

Overtime
3:03 WSH Orlov (2), (Kuznetsov, Oshie)

Is case you all needed a reminder, NHL officiating is an absolute joke. A travesty. A bastardization of justice parading around as something legitimate. The Lightning played a REALLY good game tonight, and should've been winning 3-0 after 40 minutes, and instead had to settle for a point. Why? Washington gets a Second Period PP off an "interference" call on Sergachev where he's trying to skate to the far boards to a loose puck and he runs over a Caps forward trying to obstruct him from getting there. In the universe I live in, that's at worst a no call and at best an interference call on the Caps. And, to compound matters, you get a ticky tack call on Kucherov for "holding" that leads to the tying goal on Ovechkin. Let's recap Kucherov's "holding": the Caps defenseman isn't impeded from the puck and their body wasn't torqued in any way. Sin bin. And that's fine, if you're gonna call it both ways. But, in Overtime, watch the damned tape and count the infractions that Washington gets away with. Two bigger than ::expletive deleted:: actual holds and an uncalled holding the stick penalty.

It's a farce. An absolute clown show. People in the league office should be resigning for the amount of times this crap happens. Horrible. Pathetic. Trash league.

I'm furious. In case you all couldn't tell.

Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

AHL Game Night: 11-27-19 Crunch at Comets

Crunch look like turkeys on T-giving eve.

SYR-1
UTI-4

Scott Wedgewood allowed 3 goals on 34 shots for the loss.

First Period
17:29 UTI Eliot (2), (Camper, Perron)(PP)

Second Period
11:19 UTI Boucher (14), (Baertschi, Rafferty)(PP)
18:44 SYR Martel (8), (Valleau, Somppi)(PP)

Third Period
1:58 UTI Blujus (3), (Sorenson, Stevenson)
17:41 UTI Baertschi (3), (Boucher)(EN)

Syracuse outshot by a roughly 3:2 margin en route to dropping a game they needed if they wanted to keep rising up the North Division standings.

Box score from TheAHL.com.

NHL Game Night: 11-27-19 Blues at Lightning

Valiant effort against defending champs squandered.

STL-4
TB-3

Andrei Vasilevskiy allowed 4 goals on 33 shots for the loss. The difference in this game was goaltending. Flat out. The second Blues goal was a softie and the subsequent two Blues goals were both shots Andrei got a piece of but allowed to go through him. You hate to finger point, but this one's on Vasilevskiy.

First Period
NO SCORING

Second Period
3:53 TB Kucherov (9), (Point)
5:31 STL Sundqvist (7), (Barbashev, Bouwmeester)(SH)
8:40 STL Sundqvist (8), (Barbashev, Bozak)
11:39 TB Cirelli (6), (McDonagh, Kucherov)

Third Period
8:21 STL Sanford (3), (Barbashev, Bozak)
11:07 STL Schenn (13), (O'Reilly, Schwartz)(PP)
14:23 TB Point (8), (Kucherov, Shattenkirk)(PP)

Anthony Cirelli was the game's second star.

This was a tough one to take. Even without the injured Steven Stamkos and the suspended Erik Cernak the Lightning played well enough to get at least a point tonight, but the goaltending betrayed them. Possession stats were good. Physicality against a Western Conference team was ok. But... Vasiy can play better. Vasiy must play better.

Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

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