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AHL Game Night 10/17: Admirals at Sound Tigers

Tokarski flirts with his second pro shutout.

NOR-2
BRI-1

Dustin Tokarski allows just 1 goal on 28 shots, allowing a marker with just 1:16 left in the game. Tokarski evened his record at 2-2-0 on the season with the win with 1 shutout, a stylish 2.27 GAA and a .926 save percentage.

First Period
NOR Bochenski, (4) (Szczechura), 19:59

Second Period
NO SCORING

Third Period
NOR Craig, (4) (Simek, Lashoff), 5:17
BRI Moore, (2) (Kohn, Smith), 18:44

Tokarski and Ryan Craig were the game's first and second stars. Craig extended his point streak to four games. Matt Lashoff found the scoresheet for the first time this season with a helper.

Box score from TheAHL.com.

KHL Game Day: 10/17

Novokuznetsk 1 @ Omsk 5
Karri Ramo, Omsk, DNP
Season totals: 14 GP, 8-6, 0 SO, 2.13 GAA, .897 sv%

Ramo got his first night off of the season as Jaromir Jagr and Alex Svitov scored in Omsk's win.

CHL Game Night: 10/16

Big nights for Barberio, Zador, and Ashton ... DeCoste's struggles continue ... Hutchings has a ho-hum two-point night.

NCAA Game Night: 10/16

NCAA

Mercyhurst Lakers 1 @ Western Michigan Broncos 5
D Luke Witkowski , UWM: 0-0-0, E, 1 SOG

Witkowski made his collegiate debut for the Broncos after spending the last two seasons in the USHL. Even as a freshman, the former Fargo Force captain is expected to make an impact on the UWM blueline this season. Witkowski, a native of Holland, Michigan, had six goals and 22 points last year for Fargo, helping them to the USHL Finals.

Notes: Alex Killorn and Harvard begin their season with an exhibition game October 23. They start their regular season October 30 at Dartmouth ... Matt Marshall and No.11 Vermont are off until Sunday ... Recent Lightning prospect Justin Courtnall (BCHL Victoria) made his collegiate debut for Boston University Friday night. He was scoreless, even, and had one shot on goal as the No.2 Terriers lost to unranked UMass 3-2.

AHL Game Night: 10/16 Admirals at Crunch

Geez. So the Ads finally put together some goal support and they allow five into the back of their net.

NOR-4
SYR-5

Dustin Tokarski allowed 5 goals on 36 shots for the loss. If I'm not mistaken, it's the first time this season an Admirals goaltender has walked out of an arena with a sub-.900 save percentage for a game.

First Period
SYR Legein, (2) (LaVallee-Smotherman, Reese), 0:48
NOR Parrish, (1) (Jones, Simek), 2:49
NOR Craig, (2) (Parrish, Simek), 6:45 (PP)
SYR Sestito, (2) (Regner, Mayorov), 10:36
NOR Szczechura, (1) (Smolenak, Mihalik), 13:01

Second Period
NOR Craig, (3) (Tyrell, Hall), 5:16
SYR Mayorov, (1) (Fritsche, Sestito), 16:04

Third Period
SYR Picard, (3) (MacKenzie), 4:29
SYR Aulin, (3) (Legein, Sigalet), 6:17

Ryan Craig was named the game's second star. He now has points in three straight games and 4 points in 5 games for the season. Norfolk has three assistant captains, officially, but unofficially I think we all know who the "C" is for the Admirals. That guy.

Norfolk was outshot 36-26 in the game and 25-12 in the final two periods. Mark Parrish netted his first two points as an Admiral in the game. Big Matt Smaby was an injury scratch after getting run in the game against Albany. From the category of things I would've never in a million years believed: Matt Lashoff has 0 points and is -4 after 5 games. He did a good job of sticking up for his pairing partner against the River Rats, but that's the guy Norfolk desperately needs to play well if they're going to be competitive. Remember when Jared Aulin was semi in the Lightning organization with Springfield and couldn't throw a puck in the ocean off of a pier? Now he scores the GWG against the Baby Bolts. Bah!

Box score from TheAHL.com.

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