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AHL Game Night: 10/10 Monarchs at Admirals

Spoon!

MAN-0
NOR-2

Dustin Tokarski pitched a 26 save shutout in just his second professional start. Exciting.

First Period
NO SCORING

Second Period
NO SCORING

Third Period
NOR Bochenski, (2) (Simek, Szczechura), 5:54
NOR Craig, (1) (Wishart), 19:20 (EN)

Tokarski and Brandon Bochenski were the game's first and second stars, respectively.

Norfolk outshot Manchester 39-26 in the game. Radek Smolenak was in the lineup after being reclaimed off waivers from the Blackhawks.

Box score from TheAHL.com.

KHL Game Day: 10/10

The gang's all here!

St. Petersburg 3 @ Togliatti 0
Vasily Koshechkin, Togliatti, Loss, 20/23, 3.00 GAA, .870 sv%
Season totals: 9 GP, 4-5, 1 SO, 2.54 GAA, .910 sv%

This I know for sure: it's close to impossible for a goaltender to win a hockey game if his club can't manage a single goal for him. St. Petersburg benefitted from a goal from former Lightning prospect Anton But and a pair of assists by former Lightning forward Nils Ekman.

Omsk 5 @ Novosibirsk 3
Karri Ramo, Omsk, Win, 14/17, 3.00 GAA, .824 sv%
Season totals: 12 GP, 7-5, 0 SO, 2.08 GAA, .900 sv%

On the flip side: it's difficult for a goaltender to lose when he gets five goals worth of support.

Ekaterinburg 3 @ Dynamo Moscow 1
Denis Kazionov, Ekaterinburg, 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 1 SOG
Season totals: 12 GP, 0-0-0, -4, 0 PIM

Johan Harju, Dynamo Moscow, 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM, 1 SOG
Season totals: 14 GP, 1-2-3, -4, 2 PIM

So much for the floodgates opening up for Harju. He was 56% on draws in 16:59 of ice time. Meanwhile, at the other end of the rink, Kazionov saw limited ice time of 7:37.

Mytischi 4 @ Kazan 3
Dimitry Kazionov, Kazan, 1-0-1, +1, 0 PIM, 4 SOG
Season totals: 12 GP, 2-0-2, -5, 10 PIM

The elder Kazionov scored Kazan's second goal in a third period rally that fell just short. Kazionov got a robust 19:07 of ice time in the match, but his line's efforts weren't enough to overcome a pair of goals by former NHLer Jan Bulis.

CHL Game Night: 10/9

[b][i]OHL[/b][/i] [b] Sault Ste Marie Greyhounds 1 @ Guelph Storm 2[/b] [i]RW [b][url=/kyle-decoste]Kyle DeCoste[/url][/b], SSM: 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM [/i] Season totals: 5 GP, 0-0-0, -3, 8 PIM After winning seven to start the year, DeCoste and Sault Ste Marie took their first loss of the season Friday night. DeCoste is still trying to find that illusive first point of the season. [b] Kingston Frontenacs 3 @ Ottawa 67’s 1[/b] [i]LW [b][url=/matias-sointu]Matais Sointu[/url][/b], OTT: 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM [/i] Season totals: 9 GP, 2-3-5, +5, 2 PIM Ottawa failed to move out of last in the East Division, losing to the team that finished there last season. [b] Erie Otters 0 @ Oshawa Generals 3[/b] [i]G [b][url=/michael-zador]Michael Zador[/url][/b], OSH: Win, 37 saves on 37 shots, Shutout, *First Star*[/i] Season: 4 GP, 2-1-1-0, 4.02 GAA, 8.86 sv%, 1 SO Now that’s how you reclaim the No.1 goaltender spot. After sitting for four games, Zador (pictured) finally got the nod for Oshawa and was stellar in a 37-save shutout - especially early. He dropped his GAA a full goal and a half with the effort. It was his first career shutout in 33 OHL games. [b]WHL[/b] [b] Edmonton Oil Kings 2 @ Lethbridge Hurricanes 5 [/b] [i]RW [b][url=/carter-ashton]Carter Ashton[/url][/b], LET: 1-2-3*[/i] Season totals: 7 GP, 6-2-8, -9, 11 PIM* Lethbridge won their third straight game, scoring four third period goals to beat former Lightning prospect Torrie Jung and Edmonton. Carter’s goal was scored in highlight-reel fashion when he “swooped through the Oil Kings' crease, out-waited Jung, and then slid the puck low to make it 3-1 (Lethbridge Herald).” This was the ‘Canes home opener after starting the year with eight straight road games (2-6). Ashton has scored in four straight games. *Final official stats not yet available on whl.ca.

AHL Game Night: 10/9 Monarchs at Admirals

Jonathan Bernier stymies the Admirals.

MAN-2
NOR-1

Riku Helenius allowed 2 goals on 23 shots for the loss. My guess is he'd really like that second goal back, because he got a piece of it and it turned out to be the difference.

First Period
NO SCORING

Second Period
MCH Bagnall, (1) (Moller, Parse), 1:20

Third Period
MCH Moller, (1) (Bagnall, Parse), 13:43
NOR Bochenski, (1) (Lundin, Jones), 16:02

Brandon Bochenski was named the game's third star.

Strange the way the farm team and the big league club seemed to face similar fates, outshooting their opponent by a wide margin but still falling short. Norfolk outshot Manchester 42-23 but could not crack Jonathan Bernier in an interesting matchup of 2006 1st round picks with Helenius.

If there's one criticism to carry over from Hershey, it's that special teams once again reared its head. The Admirals managed to hold Manchester off the board with the man advantage, but went 0-for-7 themselves including a late power play that could have tied the game up. The good news is that, with the man advantage, Norfolk has the pieces. They just haven't had enough practice time to gel, but they should come together.

Box score from TheAHL.com.

CHL Game Night: 10/8

[b][i]OHL[/b][/i] [b] London Knights 0 @ Windsor Spitfires 2[/b] [i]C [b][url=/richard-panik]Richard Panik[/url][/b], WSR: 1-0-1, +1, 0 PIM [/i] Season Totals: 7 GP, 3-2-5, +5, 2 PIM Panik scored the game's first goal, which turned out to be the game winner, midway through the second period as Windsor shut out rival London. Panik has a modest two game point streak, but is plus-4 during that time and plus-6 over his last three games. [b] Oshawa Generals 5 @ Barrie Colts 6[/b] [i]G [b][url=/michael-zador]Michael Zador[/url][/b], OSH: Did not play.[/i] Season: 3 GP, 1-1-1-0, 5.50 GAA, 8.42 sv% [b] Barrie Colts 2 @ Mississauga St. Michael’s Majors 6 [/b] [i]LW/C [b][url=/alex-hutchings]Alex Hutchings[/url][/b], BAR: 2-0-2, E, 0 PIM, *Third Star* [/i] Season totals: 8 GP, 5-6-11, +3, 2 PIM Barrie was down 5-1 halfway through the second period when Hutchings (pictured) scored his first of the game to make it 5-2 going into the second intermission. The Colts came out strong in the third, scoring four times – including Hutchings’ fifth of the season to tie the game at 15:29. Alexander Burmistrov (2010 draft) scored with 31 seconds left to give Barrie the win. Michael Zador sat for the fourth straight game for Oshawa in favor of fellow OHL first rounder Kevin Bailie. The Generals coaching staff said this week in the papers their goaltending has been “okay” so far this year, but it doesn’t appear Zador, who started the year as the No.1, has been okay enough to get his job back. Perhaps Oshawa’s meltdown in Barrie will give him another chance.
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