Janus, Jaroslav

AHL Game Night: 12-31-11 Admirals at Bears

Norfolk sees a potential division lead slip away on shorthanded goals.

NOR-2
HER-3

Jaroslav Janus allowed 2 goals on 40 shots before allowing 1 of 4 shooters to convert for the shootout loss. That's a quality start where he didn't manage to get the result, which is a shame. He did manage to raise his save percentage to .895.

First Period
NOR Palat, (2) (Panik, Kostka), 1:59

Second Period
HER Bourque, (18) (Aucoin, Collins), 7:16 (SH)
HER Hanson, (5) (Bourque, Brouillette), 15:34 (SH)

Third Period
NOR Kostka, (5) (Fornataro, Smith), 5:31 (PP)

Overtime
NO SCORING

Shootout
NOR- NONE
HER- Aucoin

You hate to see a game where you lose a point because of a pair of shorthanded goals against. It's hard enough to win in Hershey when you give 5 PP's to them. To give shorties to their special teams units just makes it that much more impossible.

Box score from TheAHL.com.

AHL Game Night: 12-18-11 Admirals at Bears

Norfolk throws down the gauntlet in the AHL East Division, after spending the entire third period smacking Hershey in the face with it.

NOR-6
HER-3

Jaroslav Janus allowed 3 goals on 25 shots for the win. He had a rough first period allowing a quick goal early and a bad goal late to drop the Ads down 3-1. But, credit to the scrappy Slovakian tender, he shut the door the rest of the way to earn his second straight win.

First Period
HER Rechlicz, (1) (Brouillette, Flemming), 2:47
HER Micflikier, (11) (Ford, Potulny), 11:46
NOR Ouellet, (8) (Devos, Angelidis), 16:12
HER Bourque, (16) (Kane, Aucoin), 19:56

Second Period
NO SCORING

Third Period
NOR Wyman, (6) (Barberio, Janus), 4:33
NOR Devos, (1) (Barberio, Kostka), 6:43
NOR Smith, (14) (Ouellet, Barberio), 13:59 (PP)
NOR Panik, (4) (Devos), 14:58
NOR Johnson, (12) (Angelidis, Wyman), 18:52 (EN)

Philip-Michael Devos and Mark Barberio were the game's first and second stars.

Wow. Just, wow. It takes a really good team to do that to Hershey in Hershey, especially on the third night of a three game weekend. Holy cow. Norfolk knots the East Division up all over again with 37 points a piece between the Bears, Penguins, and Admirals, although Norfolk is giving up a game in hand. Still, I don't think they'll enjoy what the Admirals left underneath their trees in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton and Hershey the last two nights. Those weren't just wins, those were statements of intent for a hostile takeover of the East.

Panik attack, y'all.

Box score from TheAHL.com.

AHL Game Night: 12-10-11 Admirals at Senators

Complete domination.

NOR-5
BNG-2

Jaroslav Janus allowed 2 goals on 17 shots for the victory, snapping a personal 2 game losing streak in which he had allowed 10 goals. His save percentage is still a troubling .890, but tonight's win at least saved him the indignity of falling to a .500 record.

First Period
NOR Smith, (12) (Oberg, Kostka), 16:55 (PP)
BNG Klinkhammer, (4) (Da Costa, Cannone), 18:41 (PP)

Second Period
NOR Conacher, (14) (Smith, Labrie), 8:22
NOR Johnson, (9) (Ashton, Barberio), 17:14

Third Period
BNG Hoffman, (6) (Cannone, Parrish), 8:58 (PP)
NOR Conacher, (15) (Labrie, Smith), 10:08
NOR Wyman, (5) , 18:46 (EN/SH)

Trevor Smith and Cory Conacher were the game's first and second stars. Smith (pictured) leaps into a tie with TJ Hensick of Peoria for 3rd in the league at 31 points, with Hensick still in action in his game tonight. Conacher is 2 points back in 5th and leading all AHL rookies.

Norfolk outshot Binghamton a stunning 42-17 to complete the weekend sweep of the Senators. With Hershey falling to the Penguins tonight, it's now a two-way tie between Norfolk and Wilkes-Barre/Scranton for first place in the East Division at 33 points. Norfolk will try to put some more distance between themselves and Hershey tomorrow at Giant Center in Hershey.

The AHL East Division and West Division are the only 2 in the league with 3 teams above a .600 points percentage so far this year.

Box score from TheAHL.com.

AHL Game Night: 12-2-11

Yuck.

ADK-5
NOR-1

Jaroslav Janus allowed 4 goals on 22 shots for the loss. He's dropped 4 of his last 5 and his save percentage has fallen to .890. Considering Dustin Tokarski has won 4 of his last 5, there's some separation between the two that is being established.

First Period
ADK McGinn, (3) (Holmstrom, Akeson), 5:49 (PP)
NOR Ashton, (13) (Johnson, Jackson), 6:18

Second Period
ADK Holmstrom, (5) (Testwuide, Hamel), 7:23
ADK McGinn, (4) , 13:02

Third Period
ADK Jancevski, (2) (Harper, Kessel), 4:09
ADK Hamel, (10) , 14:50 (EN)

At least Carter Ashton broke his 5 game scoreless streak.

New Admirals Mike Kostka and Evan Oberg were not in the lineup for the Ads.

Box score from TheAHL.com.

AHL Game Night: 11-23-11 Checkers at Admirals

60 minutes, not 50.

CHA-6
NOR-3

Jaroslav Janus allowed 6 goals on 26 shots for the loss. Ugly.

First Period
NOR Angelidis, (4) (Wyman, Fornataro), 16:06

Second Period
CHA Samson, (8) (Terry, Nash), 3:09 (PP)
NOR Smith, (9) (Landry, Labrie), 3:47
CHA Roy, (2) (Terry, Nash), 5:29 (SH)
CHA Nash, (2) (Samson, Krueger), 17:27

Third Period
NOR Conacher, (10) (Angelidis, Fornataro), 4:28
CHA Samson, (9) (Terry), 10:04 (PP)
CHA Matsumoto, (8) , 10:45
CHA Dalpe, (2) (Matsumoto, Jordan), 17:39 (PP)

3 unanswered goals in the final 10 minutes were the difference... that and being -4 in goal differential on special teams, including allowing a shorthanded goal. That's just inexcusable. That's how you squander a 37-26 shots advantage.

Box score from TheAHL.com.

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