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ECHL Game Night 11/14: Lynx at Everblades

Veteran ECHL goaltender Mike Brodeur stood on his head tonight, stopping 46 of 46 Florida Everblade shots through both regulation and overtime. But the punchless Lynx offense provided no support for Brodeur, and the Lynx lost the first of two games in Estero in a shootout 1-0. The Lynx only managed 16 shots through 4 periods: 2 in first, 5 in second, 5 in the third, and 4 in overtime. Lightning prospect forward Chris Lawrence was the first Lynx shooter in the shootout, but none of the Augusta shooters converted against undrafted Clarkson University product David Leggio.

Augusta 0 @ Florida 1 SO
G Riku Helenius: did not play
D Kevin Quick: 0-0-0; E; 2 PIM; 0 SOG
F Chris Lawrence: 0-0-0; E; 2 PIM; 1 SOG

Augusta falls to 5-4-1-1 and tomorrow night's rematch against the Florida Everblades and Minnesota Wild prospect goaltender Anton Khudobin looks bleak unless the Lynx can discover some offensive punch.

AHL Game Night 11/14: Admirals at Monarchs

Left a point on the table.

NOR-4
MAN-5 (SO)

Karri Ramo allowed 4 goals on 32 shots before surrendering shootout goals to 2 of 3 shooters to take the SOL. Ramo continues to struggle this season in the shootout situations.

First Period
NOR Simek, (3) (Jones, Boyle), 3:49
MCH Moulson, (3) (Murray, Drewiske), 18:39

Second Period
NOR Szczechura, (7) (Hutchinson, Smolenak), 0:35
MCH Gauthier, (3) (Purcell, Moulson), 4:59
NOR Smolenak, (6) (Segal, Smaby), 6:47
NOR Smolenak, (7) (Heward, Segal), 19:11 (PP)

Third Period
MCH Lewis, (3) (Parse, Drewiske), 3:24
MCH Purcell, (3) (Gauthier, Piskula), 16:29

Overtime
NO SCORING

Shootout
NOR- NONE
MAN- Dravecky, Purcell

Radek Smolenak and Brandon Segal were the game's first and third stars, respectively.

That's a tough one. A win in this game and the Ads would've had an opportunity to get to .500 tomorrow night, and they had a 2 goal lead and momentum heading into the final frame. Ordinarily you feel great if you can get a point on the road, but this was worse than a sister kisser. And, it's hard to get too upset about Ramo's shootout futility considering how poorly the Admirals' shooters have faired on breakaways in the extra extra session this season too. Tonight, Wyatt Smith, Blair Jones, Paul Szczechura, and Smolenak all got blanked in the shootout.

Box score from TheAHL.com.

NHL Game Night 11/13: Red Wings at Lightning

Not. Even. Close.

DET-4
TB-3

Olaf Kolzig allowed 4 goals on 39 shots in the loss.

First Period
14:09 Recchi (3), (Krajicek, Vrbata)
18:19 TB Jokinen (6), (Meszaros, Ranger)(PP)

Second Period
01:33 DET Datsyuk (5), (Lidstrom, Hossa)

Third Period
01:38 DET Zetterberg (10), (Franzen, Hossa)(PP)
02:30 DET Samuelsson (3), (Datsyuk, Kronwall)(PP)
09:21 DET Franzen (7), (Zetterberg, Samuelsson)
15:42 TB Pettinger (1), (St. Louis, Prospal)

The Lightning were outshot 39-18 in the game.

When the Detroit Red Wings come to town, it's an opportunity for every other team to see how they measure up. Whether you like Detroit or not, they have been almost inarguably the most successful franchise in hockey for more than a decade. They have a system and a program, and it doesn't matter who the players are or even who the coaches are, they win hockey game. That's how they could absorb the losses of Hall of Fame caliber players like Steve Yzerman and Brendan Shanahan without skipping a beat. They are the measuring stick.

In the 2003-2004 regular season when the Lightning scratched a clawed their way to a point against Detroit in a very evenly matched contest between what would eventually become the first and second highest point totals in the league, it became very clear the Lightning were a legit contender for the Stanley Cup they hoisted at the end of that season. Tonight? Not. Even. Close. Yeah, I know it was a one goal game on paper, but when you get outshot by more than a 2:1 ratio and get completely outclassed in the final frame when you entered the period with a one goal lead to protect, it shows that you're miles behind the big dogs.

Now the Lightning have their first three game regulation losing streak of the season, and one has to wonder if the scenario we wondered about this summer on Bolt Prospects is potentially about to come to pass. Will the organization pull together, or does this all degenerate into a circular firing squad? Honestly, I think there's only two people who can really pull this out of the gutter right now: Vincent Lecavalier and Martin St. Louis. This is their team and it's been their team for years. The solutions clearly aren't coming from the front office or the coaching staff, so they need to come from inside the room from the team leaders.

Steven Stamkos was -1 in 9:51 with 1 hit and was 40% on draws.

Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

N.A. Juniors Game Night 11/12: Another First Star for Tokarski

QMJHL
Halifax Mooseheads 2 @ Rimouski Oceanic 4
W/C Luca Cunti, RIM: 1-0-1, +2, 0 PIM, 2 SOG
Season totals: 20 GP, 4-12-16, -2, 12 PIM

OHL
Brampton Battalion 4 @ Mississauga St. Michael’s Majors 3 (SO)
W Kyle DeCoste, BRA: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM
Season totals: DeCoste: 18 GP, 5-3-8, -7, 17 PIM

WHL
Edmonton Oil Kings 3 @ Medicine Hat Tigers 4 (SO)
G Torrie Jung, EDM: Shootout loss, 30 saves
Season totals: 8 GP, 3-3-0-2, 3.13 GAA, .902 sv%, 1 shutout

Lethbridge Hurricanes 2 @ Spokane Chiefs 5
G Dustin Tokarski, SPO: Win, 35 saves, *First Star*
Season totals: 17 GP, 11-4-0-2, 1.68 GAA, .947 sv%, 3 shutouts

Tokarski continues to lead the league in GAA, save percentage, and shutouts. He’s third in wins. Unofficially this was his fourth First Star of the year, to go along with five Seconds and two Thirds.

Vancouver Giants 3 @ Kelowna Rockets 1
C James Wright, VAN: 0-1-1, E, 0 PIM
Season totals: 19 GP, 9-10-19, +13, 6 PIM

NHL Game Night 11/12: Lightning at Panthers

How not to inspire confidence in the Lightning fan base.

TB-0
FLA-4

Mike Smith allowed 4 goals on 31 shots for the loss.

First Period
16:33 FLA McCabe (1), (Campbell, Olesz)

Second Period
01:28 FLA Horton (6), (unassisted)(PP)
10:25 FLA Campbell (1), (Bouwmeester, Horton)(PP)

Third Period
16:28 FLA Campbell (2), (Bouwmeester, Peltonen)

The Lightning were outshot 31-24 in the game. Great.

Steven Stamkos was -1 in 10:59 with 1 shot and 2 hits and he was 43% on draws.

Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

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