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Elitserien Scores 12/26-12/28

12/26:
Johan Harju scored a pair of power play goals as Lulea knocked off MODO 4-2.

Andreas Holmqvist had an assist in Djurgardens' 3-1 victory over Rogle.

Janne Niskala was scoreless in Frolunda's 3-2 win over Farjestads.

12/28:
Janne Niskala was scoreless in Frolunda's 3-1 win over MODO.

Johan Harju had Lulea's only goal in a 3-1 loss to Rogle.

Andreas Holmqvist had 2 penalty minutes in Djurgardens' 4-1 loss to Farjestads.

Harju is now tied for 7th in the Elitserien with 31 points in 35 games. His 19 goals this season are tops in the league; three more than Martin Thornberg of HV71, Per-Age Skroder of MODO, and Niko Dimitrakos of Skelleftea. He is also first in the Elitserien in power play goals with 9; one ahead of Johan Davidsson of HV71 and Kent McDonnell of Skelleftea.

But will the Lightning be able to bring Harju to North America next season?

N.A. Juniors Game Night: 12/27

Ward makes his Cape Breton debut ... Another goal for Wright ... plus results from several others.

NCAA Game Night: 12/27

Badger Showdown
Harvard Crimson 2 vs. Lake Superior Lakers 6
F Alex Killorn , Harvard: 0-0-0, -2, 2PIM, 0 SOG
Season Totals: 13GP, 3-6-9, -4, 26 PIM

Harvard (4-7-2) dropped the first game of the Badger Showdown in Madison, Wis. to Lake Superior (5-8-6) giving up 3 unanswered goals early. The Crimson play Alabama-Huntsville tonight in the consolation game. The Chargers (2-10-1) were shutout by No. 14 Wisconsin 5-0 Saturday night. UAH is coached by former Lightning forward Danton Cole.

ECHL Game Night 12/27: Sea Wolves at Stingrays

Chris Lawrence and Scott Jackson joined the Sea Wolves squad in Charleston, SC tonight after being reassigned from Norfolk earlier today. Not the best of debuts, Lawrence and Jackson on the same 5-on-5 squad were on the ice for the Stingray's first and third goals.

Mississippi 2 @ South Carolina 3
D Scott Jackson: 0-0-0; -2; 2 PIM; 1 SOG
F Chris Lawrence: 0-0-0; -2; 0 PIM; 1 SOG

NHL Game Night 12/27: Panthers at Lightning

The Lightning are finally starting to establish an identity in the post-Tortorella era.

FLA-4
TB-6

Mike Smith allowed 4 goals on 29 shots in the win.

First Period
07:06 TB Stamkos (4), (Smaby, Jokinen)
14:03 TB Artyukhin (3), (Recchi, Jokinen)(PP)

Second Period
03:09 FLA Booth (13), (unassisted)
04:52 TB Lecavalier (13), (St. Louis, Malone)
16:27 FLA Horton (7), (Stillman, Weiss)(PP)
16:53 FLA Booth (14), (Frolik, McCabe)(PP)
19:54 TB Lecavalier (14), (St. Louis, Malone)

Third Period
04:42 TB Malone (8), (St. Louis, Ranger)
07:46 TB St. Louis (13), (Lecavalier, Malone)
13:57 FLA Weiss (6), (Booth)

I haven't seen a Lightning team play this physical is about 12.5 years. You can see, it's starting to sink in and become the new identity of this team. Rick Tocchet has found a real nice energy line with Artyukhin, Szczechura, and Pettinger, and he's got some other bangers like Hall and it's starting to get contagious. I noticed Andrej Meszaros and Mark Recchi starting to take the body more recently and tonight, my goodness, Vaclav Prospal was in seek and destroy mode on a couple of plays. When you start getting a finesse playmaker like Prospal to lower the boom, you've got something cooking.

The other side of the equation, as I said last night, is that the first line has to get cooking, and they did tonight. The Lightning are getting secondary contributions, but they're meaningless unless Lecavalier and St. Louis can manufacture a couple of goals themselves between them on a nightly basis. Lecavalier's goal late in the second period settling down his tee shot off a Marty St. Louis rebound was a big, big goal; maybe the biggest of the year thus far.

The Lightning are now 6 games under .500 and I think they now need to go into the same mode Norfolk is in: try to get this thing back to .500 over the next month or so and then go from there.

Matt Smaby had 1 assist, 2 shots, 2 hits, and 2 blocked shots in 12:57 tonight. He made some mistakes, but they were mistakes of aggression, which I think the coaching staff is more able to live with than passive mistakes.

Paul Szczechura had 4 shots, 1 hit, and was 50% on draws in 10:08.

Steven Stamkos had 1 goal, and was +1 with 3 shots, 1 hit, and he was 60% on draws. He might've stolen Smaby's first NHL goal from him on the tap in (Smaby got his first NHL point on the resulting assist). As with Smaby, Stamkos isn't playing perfect, but he's at least playing aggressive. Controlled aggression: that's what this team's motto needs to be.

Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

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