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Lascek Left Off First Team QMJHL All-Stars

Right winger Stanislav Lascek had a fantastic season this year for the Chicoutimi Sagueneens by all accounts. In 64 games he had 47 goals, 88 assists, and 135 points, which was good enough for first on his team and second overall in the league to Quebec Remparts right winger Alexander Radulov (Nashville pick). Tonight, [url=http://www.lhjmq.qc.ca/lang_en/index.php?page=232&id_nouvelle=1064&PHPSESSID=079d33dfcd943d9da0b02bbf6aac3932]the QMJHL presented their 2005-06 season awards and named their First and Second Team all-stars.[/url] Radulov, who was also named QMJHL MVP and Offensive Player of the Year, was named to the First Team on one wing, while Lascek's teammate and "Traverse City Lightning" member Maxime Boisclair was named to the other wing spot. Boisclair played 6 more games than Lascek and had 5 less points, but led the league with 70 goals.

Game Night 4/5: Falcons at Monarchs

PJ Atherton!? SPR-6 MAN-3 Jonathan Boutin stopped 36 of 39 shots faced as one of the Falcons' goaltenders finally stepped up and gave a winning performance. PJ Atherton's 10 game tryout for a Lightning contract continues to go extremely well as he had 2 assists and was a team best +3 on the night. Zdenek Blatny and Norm Milley each had 2 goals while Jason Jaspers and Ryan Vesce each had 1 goal and 1 assist. Big Mitch Fritz also had 2 assists in the game. Doug O'Brien, Marek Kvapil and Zbynek Hrdel also had helpers for the Falcons. For O'Brien, it was his 30th point of the season in 68 games. The Monarchs' roster currently includes former Rimouski Oceanic Dany Roussin who was a second round pick of the LA Kings. Hard to believe that Zbynek Hrdel has tripled his former teammates' point production this season, but it's true. Three stars of the game: #1 Jonathan Boutin, #2 Norm Milley, #3 PJ Atherton. Game sheet from [url=http://ahl.leaguestat.com/stats/game-summary.php?game_id=1002033]TheAHL.com.[/url]

HPK/HIFK Game One

HIFK cruised easily to a 5-2 win today in their opening match of the semifinals against HPK. Miika Wiikman was between the pipes for HPK allowing 5 goals on 27 shots faced. His performance may open the door for HPK to start Karri Ramo in game two. Stay tuned.

Superleague Semifinals: Day Six

Ak Bars Kazan completed the sweep today, despite a goal by Anton But, in their 5-2 victory over Yaroslavl. The loss means that Nikita Alexeev is the lone Lightning property still active in the Superleague playoffs with Omsk.

CHL Second Round Preview

[i]Five Lightning prospects have survived and will be playing in Round 2 of their respective league’s playoffs this week. Here’s a look at what’s in store for each.[/i] In the "[b]Q[/b]," Stanislav Lascek and West Division second seed Chicoutimi Sagueneens, rested after sweeping Baie-Comeau in the opening round, will take on the Gatineau Olympiques. No.4 Gatineau defeated No.5 Drummondville 4-3 last night in Game 7 of their opening round series. Their reward is they get to face a team that can seemingly score with their visors blacked out. The series begins Friday night in Chicoutimi.
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