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Submitted by pete on May 5, 2006 - 15:20
The World Championships got underway today in Latvia with three Lightning properties thus far named to their nations' teams. Martin Cibak has been selected to Team Slovakia, Andreas Holmqvist to Team Sweden and Fredrik Norrena to Team Finland. The Finns got underway today as one of four opening matches knocking off Slovenia 5-3. Fredrik Norrena stopped 13 of 16 in the win. [b]Update:[/b] Defenseman Timo Helbling has also been named to the Swiss team's roster.
Submitted by pete on May 3, 2006 - 17:31
Andreas Holmqvist and Sweden won silver yesterday in the LG Games, losing to Russia 2-1 in the final match. Holmqvist had 2 assists in 4 games in the tournament. Finland, backstopped by Fredrik Norrena, defeated the Czech Republic 3-2 to win bronze stopping 27 of 29 shots faced in the game. Norrena stopped 31 of 32 in his other start in the tournament, a 5-1 win also against the Czechs.
Submitted by chad on May 3, 2006 - 13:14
Lightning prospect Justin Keller, one of two finalists for the 2005-2006 WHL Most Valuable Player (MVP) Award, watched as Justin Pogge of the Calgary Hitmen was named WHL MVP at an awards luncheon held today. Pogge, a Toronto Maple Leafs prospect, also won the top goaltender award. Keller, who scored 51 goals this year for the Kelowna Rockets, is expected to be signed by the Lightning in the next few weeks.
Submitted by pete on April 29, 2006 - 20:42
Ottawa eliminates the Lightning in 5 games. TB-2 OTT-3 I hope the Lightning remember the bad taste they have in their mouths tonight. And now the focus shifts off the ice to Jay Feaster in the aftermath of a season that failed to even remotely approach expectations. [url=evgeny-artyukhin]Evgeny Artyukhin[/url] scored his first official NHL playoff goal in the game after being robbed on one by the officials in game three. Game sheet from [url=http://www.nhl.com/scores/htmlreports/20052006/GS030115.HTM]NHL.com.[/url]
Submitted by pete on April 28, 2006 - 22:36
[b]WHL[/b] [url=blair-jones]Blair Jones[/url] and Moose Jaw wrapped up the WHL Eastern Conference crown tonight in Medicine Hat. The Warriors defeated the Tigers are currently tied 4-3 in overtime to send them to the WHL finals against the Vancouver Giants.. Jones has 1 assist in the game. Moose Jaw wins the series 4-1. Blair Jones leads the WHL in playoff scoring with 19 points in 18 games.