That was so ugly, they might want to burn the new alternate jerseys.
01:44 NJ Rupp, (Salmela, Clarkson)
17:37 NJ Parise (13), (Leach, Salmela)
01:58 NJ Zubrus (3), (Langenbrunner, Paul Martin)
04:34 NJ Zubrus (4), (Elias, White)
11:39 NJ Gionta (6), (unassisted)
13:08 TB Vrbata (2), (Prospal, Craig)
14:40 TB St. Louis (5), (Lecavalier)
16:42 TB Malone (4), (unassisted)(PS)
07:21 NJ Zubrus (5), (Elias)
14:38 NJ Zubrus (6), (Gionta, Elias)
Zubrus would be a Hall of Famer if all you looked at were his games against the Lightning.
The Lightning were outshot 45-29 in the game.
Steven Stamkos was -1 in 13:58 with 1 shot, 1 hit, and was 50% on draws.
Highs for Fadden, Jung, and Tokarski ... low for Tyrell.
Killorn gets a game tier while matching Steven Stamkos' shots-on-goal total from earlier in the week.
Riku Helenius allowed 8 goals on 22 shots in just under 33 minutes of work Saturday night as the Florida Everblades pimp slapped the hapless Lynx 12-0. Goaltender Mike Brodeur relieved Helenius just after midway giving up 4 more goals on another 20 shots. The game play turned ugly after the Blades put up the 8th goal with 4 Blades and 5 Lynx earning fighting majors and game misconducts at 13:54 of the 2nd period, including Lightning forward prospect Chris Lawrence. The fisticuffs continued for the remainder of the game, as the Lynx amassed a total of 142 PIMs with Florida tacking on 91 of their own PIMs.
Florida 12 @ Augusta 0
G Riku Helenius: 8 GA; 32:42 MINS; 22 SH; 14 SV;
D Kevin Quick: 0-0-0; -2; 0 PIM; 1 SOG
F Chris Lawrence: 0-0-0; -3; 15 PIM; 0 SOG
Augusta falls to 5-7-1-1 with the Dayton Bombers coming to town to play the Lynx for a Sunday afternoon mantinee.
The road trip ends with the repeated thuds of the Ads' shooters banging their heads against a wall.
Karri Ramo allowed 3 goals on 23 shots for the loss.
LOW Bergfors, (3) (DiSalvatore, Vasyunov), 3:49 (PP)
NOR Jones, (2) (Hutchinson, Smith), 14:43 (PP)
LOW Corrente, (2) (Castonguay, Pelley), 12:44
LOW Pelley, (2) (Castonguay, Murphy), 11:04
LOW Pelley, (3) , 19:37 (EN)
Norfolk actually outshot Lowell by a staggering 44 to 24 margin, but couldn't solve the Devils' netminder to make a comeback. So ends a frustrating road trip in which the Admirals started to show what they can do offensively (with tonight's game excluded), but still can't manage to keep the puck out of the back of their own net.
It's not a huge hole for Norfolk (5-10-4) to climb out of quite yet. They're still within 4 points of Binghamton and Philadelphia in the race for the final playoff spot in the division. But, urgency needs to be setting in. It's understandable that the Admirals weren't able to make more headway on a two week road trip through the Northeast. However, the Ads start a three game homestand on Wednesday at The Scope against Springfield, and the results need to start coming in the friendly confines of the Hall of Doom.
Box score from TheAHL.com.