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AHL Preseason Game Night 9/29: Admirals at Bears

Fortunately, the team the Admirals iced tonight won't be at all like the team they'll go into the regular season with.

NOR-2
HER-6

Boxscore from norfolkadmirals.com:

Saturday's Elitserien Scores

Johan Harju was scoreless in a 3-1 Lulea loss to Linkopings. Through three games this season Harju is scoreless with 0 penalty minutes, 7 shots on goal, and an even rating. He is also 57% thus far this year on draws.

Andreas Holmqvist was scoreless in a 3-1 Frolunda loss to Skelleftea. Through 3 games this season Holmqvist has 1 assist, 0 penalty minutes, 11 shots on goal, and a -3 rating.

CHL, BCHL Game Night 9/28: Fadden Off to Torrid Start

WHL
Kootenay Ice 5 @ Lethbridge Hurricanes 4
C Mitch Fadden, LET: 2-1-3, +3, 0 PIM, *First Star*

Fadden scored the game’s first two goals but Lethbridge blew a 4-0 lead late. Fadden is 3-2-5 in 3 games to start the year.

Kelowna Rockets 6 @ Everett Silvertips 4
G Torrie Jung, KEL: Win, 31 saves on 35 shots
D Dane Crowley, EVT: 0-1-1, -2, 0 PIM

Kelowna was badly outshot, 35-21. Crowley had a power play assist in his 2007-2008 debut for Everett.

QMJHL
Lewiston MAINEiacs 2 @ Halifax Mooseheads 3
D Michael Ward, LEW: 0-1-1, E, 2 PIM, 1 SOG

Ward’s assist came on the power play. I watched the third period of this game on Teles, and Ward played significant minutes, including PP, PK, and was on the ice at the end of the game with the goalie pulled. He also had a good rush and two solid hits in the third. Several Q games appear to be available to view for free via www.lhjmq.qc.ca.

BCHL
Cowichan Valley Capitals 5 @ Victoria Grizzlies 2
W Justin Courtnall, VIC: 0-1-1, 0 PIM

Courtnall has one goal and three assists in seven games so far this season for the 1-3-1(ties)-2 (OTL) Grizzlies.

NHL Preseason Game Night 9/27: Lightning at Red Wings

Matt Smaby just gave John Tortorella something to think about.

TB-2
DET-3 (SO)

Johan Holmqvist allowed 2 goals on 18 shots before giving way to Marc Denis who was a perfect 11 of 11 in regulation and overtime before taking the shootout loss.

Matt Smaby led the way offensively for the Lightning with 1 goal and 1 assist. Vaclav Prospal had a pair of helpers while Michel Ouellet had the other Lightning goal. Bryce Lampman added an individual helper.

The big winner of the night? Matt Smaby, hands down. This was the game he needed to play himself back into the conversation to make the team. Just a good all around game. His 15:47 of ice time was second among the four headed gaggle of potential defensemen and he was +2 with 3 shots on goal and 2 bone crushing hits. To me, that last area is Smaby's trump card. If the Lightning are serious about getting more physical on their blueline post-Craig Ramsey then Smaby should make the team. He brings a dimension with his open ice hits and his willingness to stand up opponents at the blueline that none of the other defensemen on this team do.

The big loser? The Lightning PK was only 50%, meaning the PK was PU. This was a sore spot the first half of last season and hopefully it won't be a sore spot again this season.

Box score and extended stats from NHL.com.

Thursday's Superleague Scores

Albert Vishnyakov did not play in Spartak's 5-2 loss to Magnitogorsk.

Evgeny Artyukhin had 2 penalty minutes in Omsk's 4-1 pounding of Chelyabinsk.

Denis Kazionov did not play in Novokuznetsk's 3-2 loss to Podolsk.

Alexei Glukhov was scoreless in Cherepovets' 3-2 overtime loss to Khimik.

Anton But had an assist in St. Petersburg's 5-2 spanking of Yaroslavl.

Dimitri Kazionov was scoreless in Kazan's 2-1 shootout loss to Novgorod. Vasily Koshechkin dropped to 2-4-1 on the season with the shootout loss.

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