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CHL Playoffs Tonight: 5/8

[b]WHL[/b] The fat lady is warming up. JD Watt scored at 4:37 of overtime tonight to help lift Vancouver over Moose Jaw 2-1. The victory stakes the Giants to a seemingly insurmountable 3-0 series lead. [url=blair-jones]Blair Jones[/url] was scoreless and even in the game with 4 penalty minutes.

World Championships Day Four

Andreas Holmqvist got his first career World Championships point today, a helper, in Sweden's 4-0 shutout of Italy. The blueliner had 3 shots on goal and was +1 in the match. Elsewhere, Martin Cibak was scoreless and +1 with 2 shots on goal as Slovakia clubbed Kazakhstan 6-0. Sweden leads Group B via the goal differential tiebreaker over Switzerland. Both teams are 2-0-0. Slovakia sits at second in Group C behind Russia at 1-1-0.

World Championships Day Three

Fredrik Norrena got the day off today as Antero Nittymaki was between the pipes for the Finns in a 5-0 shutout of Latvia. Nittymaki stopped 18 of 18 shots faced in the match. Finland leads Group A thus far with a 2-0 record.

Eric Perrin's Status Next Season

Also according to Eurohockey.net, [url=http://www.eurohockey.net/transfers/transfers.html?nationality=&country=&lastname=&days=183]Swiss team SC Bern has loaned out Eric Perrin to Frankfurt of the German DEL next season.[/url] Perrin was loaned out to Biel/Bienne of the NLB by Bern after they lost early in the NLA playoffs. He had 13 goals and 38 points in 44 games in the NLA regular season, 2 goals and 6 points in 6 games in the NLA playoffs and 5 goals and 12 points in 11 NLB playoff games this season.

Hagglund Transfers to Leksands

Eurohockey.net [url=http://www.eurohockey.net/transfers/transfers.html?nationality=&country=&lastname=&days=183]reports 2000 4th round pick Johan Hagglund has transferred from IK Oskarshamn of the Allsvenskan to Leksands which will be demoted to the Allsvenskan next season.[/url] Reports indicate all non-Russian Europeans drafted in the 2002 Entry Draft and prior must be signed by this summer to retain their rights, so it is unlikely Hagglund will be a Lightning property much longer. The C/LW had 10 goals and 21 points in 41 games with Oskarshamn this season.
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