Game Results

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AHL Game Night: 10/30 Crunch at Admirals

Goal support, please.

SYR-2
NOR-0

Jaroslav Janus allowed 1 goal on 20 shots in the loss.

First Period
SYR Picard, (5) (Roy, MacKenzie), 0:32

Second Period
NO SCORING

Third Period
SYR Pelletier, (3) (Fritsche, MacKenzie), 19:27 (EN)

Janus was named the game's second star. Norfolk outshot Syracuse 32-21 in the game. There's too much veteran talent in Norfolk to keep struggling offensively like this.

Box score from TheAHL.com.

KHL Game Day: 10/30

Mytischi 3 @ Omsk 2 (SO)
Karri Ramo, Omsk, DNP
Season totals: 18 GP, 10-7, 2 SO, 1.89 GAA, .912 sv%

Ramo was out after leaving Omsk's last game after the first period. His backup, Evgeni Tsargorodtsev was bested by former NHLer Martin Gerber in a shootout.

CHL Game Night: 10/29

QMJHL

Quebec Remparts 5 @ Moncton Wildcats 2
D Mark Barberio, MCT: 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM, 3 SOG
Season totals: 18 GP, 2-11-13, +3, 20 PIM

Patrick Roy’s team broke out to 3-0 and 4-1 leads and never looked back.

OHL

Barrie Colts 7 @ Niagara IceDogs 0
LW/C Alex Hutchings, BAR: 1-1-2, +1, 2 PIM (hooking)
Season totals: 15 GP, 8-10-18, +7, 6 PIM

Seven different Colts scored for Barrie. Hutchings (pictured) had his seventh multi-point game of the season, but he hasn't scored more than two points in any game thus far.

Owen Sound Attack 5 @ Windsor Spitfires 4 (SO)
C Richard Panik, WSR: 0-1-1, E, 0 PIM
Season Totals: 15 GP, 4-5-9, +11, 4 PIM

Panik set up the game tying goal at 6:34 of the third period. He shot first in the shootout for Windsor, but lost control of the puck while making a move on Attack goalie Jordon Binnington (OHL rookie).

Oshawa Generals 4 @ Peterborough Petes 6
G Michael Zador, OSH: Did not play.
Season: 10 GP, 6-3-1-0, 3.19 GAA, .897 sv%, 1 SO

Zador started six straight (4-2, shutout), so Kevin Bailie got the start for the Generals. He stopped 22 of 27 shots. Oshawa outshot the Petes 41-28.

NHL Game Night: 10/29 Senators at Lightning

Payback. Revenge. Gettin' even.

OTT-2
TB-5

Mike Smith allowed 2 goals on 23 shots for the win.

First Period
TB 7:20, Stamkos 8 (Lecavalier, St. Louis)(PP)

Second Period
TB 4:34, Fedoruk 2 (Hale, Downie)
TB 14:48, Malone 8 (Hale, Tanguay)

Third Period
TB 7:09, Stamkos 9 (Lecavalier, Malone)(PP)
TB 9:29, Tanguay 1 (Malone, Stamkos)
OTT 10:17, Ruutu 4 (Kelly, Donovan)
OTT 14:19, Kovalev 4 (Alfredsson, Lee)

For the Lightning to crush Ottawa a little over a week after the Senators absolutely embarassed the Lightning 7-1 is a tremendous psychological victory, and the fact they physically outcompeted Ottawa right to the final whistle makes the win that much powerful. A game like this gives the Lightning big mo'. And Alex Tanguay breaks the snide in his first night on the Stamkos line. Beautiful. And, if the early verdict is true and this line continues to be productive, that frees Marty St. Louis up to stay on Vincent Lecavalier's line, and you know eventually those two will click together.

Steve Downie had an assist and was +1 with 7 penalty minutes and 1 hit in 12:04. He was strong on the puck. He was agitating as could be. He even beat up a bigger man in Jarkko Ruutu. Simply put, it might have been Downie's best game in a Lightning uniform (I'll overlook that first period turnover ten feet inside the Ottawa blueline). I wonder if he might get another shot in Wright's spot on Lecavalier and St. Louis' line at some point.

Drew Miller was -1 in 11:47. It's bizarre how clean his stat lines are.

Zenon Konopka was +1 with 5 penalty minutes, 1 shot, 1 hit, and 1 blocked shot in 8:55. His stat lines tend to be the antithesis of Miller's. He was also 63% on draws.

James Wright was -2 in 10:07. Congratulations on sticking with the team, kiddo.

Victor Hedman had 2 penalty minutes, 2 shots, and 2 blocked shots in 23:53. My current wishes for Hedman: work on keeping the puck in at the point on the PP, and I would like to see the Lightning encourage Hedman to shoot more on the PP. The man possesses a howitzer, but he's been deferring to the vets. Opposing PK's are adjusting to that. Hedman needs to stop being strictly a pass-first player.

Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

KHL Game Day: 10/29

Novokuznetsk 3 @ Togliatti 1
Vasily Koshechkin, Togliatti, Loss, 15/17, 2.00 GAA, .882 sv%
Season totals: 17 GP, 7-10, 2 SO, 2.71 GAA, .921 sv%

Koshechkin's stirling numbers are being wasted by a Togliatti club that just can't seem to give him consistent goal support. Former Bolt Prospect Albert Vishnyakov had a helper in the match for Novokuznetsk.

Novosibirsk 4 @ Kazan 7
Dimitry Kazionov, Kazan, 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 0 SOG
Season totals: 20 GP, 5-1-6, -4, 10 PIM

Kazionov failed to hit the scoresheet in 16:25 of ice time despite Kazan hanging a touchdown and an extra point on Novosibirsk. Alexei Morozov had four, count them, four goals in the match for Kazan.

Ekaterinurg 3 @ KHK MVD 2 (SO)
Denis Kazionov, Ekaterinburg, DNP
Season totals: 19 GP, 1-2-3, -5, 8 PIM

The younger Kazionov missed today's match, in which Stanislav Zhmakin scored the shootout winner for Ekaterinburg.

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