Game Results

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CHL Game Night: 2-12-10

QMJHL

Moncton Wildcats 3 @ Shawinigan Cataractes 1
D Mark Barberio, MCT: 0-0-0, +1, 2 PIM, 2 SOG
Season Totals: 51 GP, 12-35-47, +31, 52 PIM

Barberio is now fifth in the Q among defensemen in plus/minus; sixth in points.

OHL

Belleville Bulls 4 @ Kitchener Rangers 5
C Richard Panik, BEL: 0-0-0, -2, 0 PIM
Season Totals: 47 GP, 14-12-26, +2, 31 PIM
With Bulls: 14 GP, 5-3-8, -13, 12 PIM
With Windsor: 33 GP, 9-9-18, +15, 19 PIM

RW Kyle DeCoste, BEL: 1-0-1, -2, 2 PIM (interference)
Season Totals: 49 GP, 16-12-28, -15, 41 PIM
With Bulls: 36 GP, 14-11-25, -13, 23 PIM
With SSM: 13 GP, 2-1-3, -2, 20 PIM

DeCoste has five points in his last three games. With his goal Friday he set a new career high for points in a season.

Barrie Colts 6 @ Ottawa 67’s 4
LW/C Alex Hutchings, BAR: 2-0-2, +3, 0 PIM
Season Totals: 54 GP, 37-23-60, +36, 47 PIM

Hutchings (pictured) has four goals in his last three games and hit 60 points for the second straight season. This was his ninth multi-goal game of the year. He scored the game’s opening two goals, the second of which was shorthanded. He leads the league in shorties with eight – twice as many as anyone else in the league. He is tied for third in the league in goals with likely 2010 Top-2 pick Tyler Seguin of Plymouth.

Brampton Battalion 3 @ Sudbury Wolves 1
W Matias Sointu, SBY: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM
Season Totals: 37 GP, 7-12-19, -1, 12 PIM
With Sudbury: 16 GP, 4-5-9, -6, 6 PIM
With Ottawa: 21 GP, 3-7-10, +5, 6 PIM

Sointu’s four-game point streak came to an end vs. the Battalion. Brampton recently welcomed back Cody Hodgson (Canucks 1/08) from a season-long injury.

Oshawa Generals 0 @ Mississauga St. Michael’s Majors 6
G Michael Zador, OSH: Loss, 18 saves on 23 shots
Season Totals: 40 GP, 13-21-2-1, 3.73 GAA, .893 sv%, 2 SO

Zador has now dropped seven in a row. He started for the Gens against the conference’s second-best team, but was pulled after allowing five goals in a little over a period.

WHL

Regina Pats 1 @ Red Deer Rebels 3
RW Carter Ashton, REG: 0-0-0, -2, 4 PIM (slashing, tripping)
Season Totals: 53 GP, 23-21-44, -4, 90 PIM
With Regina: 25 GP, 10-8-18, +4, 38 PIM
With Lethbridge: 28 GP, 13-13-26, -8, 52 PIM

Ashton is closing in on his career-high for PIM, which is 93, set in 70 games last year with Lethbridge.

NCAA Game Night: 2-12-10

RPI Red Hawks 5 @ Harvard Crimson 4
C/W Alexander Killorn, HAR: 0-1-1, E, 0 PIM, 4 SOG
Season Totals: 24 GP, 7-10-17, +1, 26 PIM

Harvard’s woes continue.

Merrimack Warriors 2 @ No.17 Vermont Catamounts 2
C/W Matt Marshall , UVM: 0-1-1, E, 0 PIM, 2 SOG
Season Totals: 26 GP, 1-4-5, -4, 14 PIM

Merrimack earned its first road point of the season when they scored late against Vermont to earn a tie. With his assist, Marshall passed his freshman total of four points set in 24 games last season (1-3-4).

Western Michigan Broncos 2 @ Northern Michigan Wildcats 7
D Luke Witkowski , WMU: Did not play.
Season Totals: 26 GP, 2-4-6, -10, 59 PIM

AHL Game Night: 2-12-10 Devils at Admirals

Absolute domination.

ALB-0
NOR-3

Jaroslav Janus stopped all 24 shots he faced tonight for his first shutout as a professional. He didn't have to face a ton of quality chances, but he got himself in front of the ones Lowell did have. His athleticism is outstanding, and if his positioning ever catches up, he'll be an NHLer.

First Period
NOR Parrish, (13) (Fornataro, Fadden), 11:58
NOR Simek, (14) (Keller, Mihalik), 17:40 (PP)

Second Period
NOR Tyrell, (3) (Tarkir), 17:37 (SH)

Third Period
NO SCORING

Janus, Dana Tyrell, and Mark Parrish were the game's three stars. It was a big night for the Presov Mafia all around between Janus' shutout, Juraj Simek having a power play goal, and big Vladimir Mihalik getting his 10th point of the season. All three players were born in Presov, Slovakia, and all three played well tonight.

For my money, Tyrell was the best player on the ice tonight, though. He's starting to exhibit a level of hockey sense in how to use his speed that I've never seen in his career, and it's got to have the Lightning salivating. He's so quick and his acceleration is so outstanding, defensemen are terrified of him. He's starting to use that to his advantage and curling when he gets into the zone to buy an extra 2-3 feet of ice, or slowing up a step to also buy him some space, and it gives him the chance to make the pass or shoot. It's a lot like how Martin St. Louis uses his speed, and Tyrell's shorthanded goal was a prime example of it. He barrelled into the zone on a 2-on-2, started to slow up as an Admirals trailer was jumping into the zone, and just allowed the traffic to flow by the net before blistering a top corner shot for the goal. Buy stock in Tyrell now while it's still undervalued. You'll make your money back five fold. On a related note, Mitch Fadden is an absolute magician with the puck when he has time and space. He's fun to watch when he's running the power play from the right wing half board.

Norfolk outshot Lowell 41-24 in the game, and it seemed like they played 3/4 of the night in the Devils' zone. In fairness, Lowell only dressed 4 natural defensemen tonight due to injuries and call ups. Norfolk gets Lowell again tomorrow night, and considering the way the blueliners on Lowell's tongues were wagging from fatigue, it's a prime chance for Norfolk to get back-to-back wins in two nights against the same opponent, which is difficult to do.

From a standings standpoint, it was a nearly perfect night for the Admirals. In the East Division, 2nd place Albany fell to Hershey, so the Admirals now close to within 4 points of second place with the River Rats having 1 game in hand. 3rd place Norfolk extended its lead over 4th place Adirondack, which was idle, to 4 points with the Phantoms holding 3 games in hand. They also extended their lead over 5th place Syracuse to 6 points after Syracuse was defeated by Portland. Syracuse holds 2 games in hand over Norfolk, and fell into a tie at 50 points with Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, which defeated Binghamton tonight in a shootout. The Pens hold two games in hand on the Admirals. The Admirals extended their lead over 7th place Binghamton to 9 points in the process, but the Sens hold 5 games in hand.

In the crossover, Providence blew out the Atlantic Division's 5th place team, Hartford, pulling the Admirals to within 1 point of the Wolf Pack with Hartford holding 1 game in hand. As readers of this blog are probably sick of hearing at this point, if the 5th place team in the Atlantic Division finishes ahead of the 4th place team in the East Division, they will still go to the playoffs, so it's important for the Admirals to not only take care of business in their division. They also need to try to make sure they outpace 5th place in the Atlantic to maximize their playoff chances. Bridgeport and Providence are tied for 6th in the Atlantic with 55 points, 1 point behind Norfolk with the Bruins having 1 game in hand on the Ads.

Norfolk has 15 home games remaining on the schedule and 11 on the road. They've pulled to 2 games under .500 at The Scope and they're 4 games over .500 away from home. Point being: if the Admirals can keep improving on their Division-worst home mark, they'll be in fantastic shape.

Jim Johnson is 9-1-1-1 in his first dozen games as Head Coach. Instant gratification.

Box score from TheAHL.com.

CHL Game Night: 2-11-10

OHL

Barrie Colts 7 @ Peterborough Petes 2
LW/C Alex Hutchings, BAR: 1-0-1, +3, 0 PIM
Season Totals: 53 GP, 35-23-58, +33, 47 PIM

Hutchings scored in his second straight game and has a new career high in goals because of it. He is 10 off his career high for points, set in 63 games last season.

Oshawa Generals 1 @ Niagara IceDogs 3
G Michael Zador, OSH: Loss, 36 saves on 39 shots
Season Totals: 39 GP, 13-21-2-1, 3.63 GAA, .895 sv%, 2 SO

Zador is getting the starts, which is a positive, but he’s also mired in a six-game losing streak. His save percentage has been over .900 twice in those six games, including Thursday.

NHL Game Night: 2-11-10 Bruins at Lightning

Just think what the Lightning could've done if they actually played their game in the first period.

BOS-5
TB-4

Antero Niittymaki allowed 4 goals on 21 shots before giving way to Mike Smith, who took the back door loss, after allowing 1 goal on 15 shots.

First Period
BOS 4:24, Satan 3 (Savard, Morris)
BOS 11:21, Lucic 4 (Ryder, Ference)
BOS 15:44, Ryder 14 (Wheeler, Morris)
BOS 17:19, Ryder 15 (Savard, Bergeron)(PP)

Second Period
BOS 4:53, Lucic 5 (Chara, Paille)
TB 16:10, St. Louis 21 (Hedman, Stamkos)
TB 19:02, St. Louis 22 (Foster, Stamkos)(PP)

Third Period
TB 11:09, Downie 12 (Hedman, Stamkos)
TB 16:47, Downie 13 (Hedman, St. Louis)

The good news is that, after scoring 4 unanswered goals, what looked like a demoralizing spanking shouldn't destroy the team's confidence heading into the final two games before the Olympic break. They won both of the final two periods decisively after failing to show up for the first period. The bad news is the damage was already done, and it was significant if you look at the standings. Boston climbed into a virtual tie with the Lightning at 63 points in 8th in the conference. They have two more 4-point games against the Isles and Rangers before the break, and they need to capitalize in both contests.

PS, memo to Brian Lawton: you've got to get someone better than Veilleux for the line with Lecavalier and Tanguay. It could be the difference between mediocrity and being a terrifying team come playoff time.

Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

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