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NHL Game Night 10/31: Lightning at Devils

Whatever.

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No comment necessary, except to get to the ten word minimum: that was freaking abysmal.

Denis Kazionov Trying Out For Omsk; Artyukhin Released

Russianprospects.com is reporting Lightning prospect Denis Kazionov has left Novokuznetsk and is currently trying out for Avangard Omsk of the Superleague. Kazionov had not played for Novokuznetsk for nearly a month and is scoreless in 8 games this season.

The web site also reports Evgeny Artyukhin was released by Omsk yesterday. "The young towering forward struggled to deliver this season for his new club, with just 3 goals and 2 assists in 19 games," russianprospects.com reports. "His high salary has reportedly prevented him from joining one of the clubs looking to employ his services."

Hat tip to BP reader yakacack.

CHL Game Night 10/30: First Star Fadden

WHL
Edmonton Oil Kings 4 @ Lethbridge Hurricanes 3 (SO)
C Mitch Fadden, LET: 1-2-3, E, 0 PIM

Fadden contributed to all three Hurricanes goals in regulation with his goal and two assists all coming on the power play. He had a chance to win the game in the shootout for Lethbridge, but did not convert as the Hurricanes’ third shooter. Expansion Edmonton won the game after 8 shooters, ending Lethbridge’s 5 game win streak.

Kamloops Blazers 1 @ Kelowna Rockets 6
G Torrie Jung, KEL: Did Not Play.

It’s almost as if both Jung and Westblom got the night off. Westblom only faced 13 shots in a 6-1 Rockets win.

Monday and Tuesday's Elitserien Scores

Monday
Johan Harju had a goal in Lulea's 4-3 loss to Skelleftea. Harju has 9 goals and 12 points in 15 games this season. He is currently tied for 2nd in the league in goals 1 back of Mattias Weinhandl of Linkopings.

Tuesday
Andreas Holmqvist was scoreless in Frolunda's 2-1 loss to MODO.

CHL Game Night: 10/29

WHL
Vancouver Giants 0 @ Prince George Cougars 3
C/W Dana Tyrell, PG: 2-0-2, E, 0 PIM, *Second Star*

The Cougars are starting to pick up steam, led by Tyrell, who scored Prince George’s second and third goals against Vancouver—both on the power play.

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