Petiot, Richard

NHL Game Night 3/12: Lightning at Leafs

A crushing blow in the Tavares/Hedman Derby.

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TOR-1

Karri Ramo allowed just 1 goal on 21 shots for the win, playing both ends of the back-to-back. Getting 3 points out of 4 in a back-to-back situation is another big step for a guy trying to win a job in Tampa next season.

First Period
03:21 TOR Stempniak (13), (Blake, Schenn)

Second Period
05:25 TB Pettinger (4), (Karsums)
17:19 TB St. Louis (25), (Stamkos, Malone)

Third Period
14:35 TB Malone (24), (Murphy, Lecavalier)(PP)
17:54 TB Szczechura (3), (unassisted)

Noah Welch was +1 with 2 hits and 2 blocked shots in 16:40.

Matt Smaby had 1 shot, 1 hit, and 1 blocked shot in 22:42.

Paul Szczechura had 1 goal on 1 shot with 3 hits and 1 blocked shot in 14:55. He was also 4-for-4 on draws.

Martins Karsums had 1 assist and was +1 with 1 shot, 1 hit, and 1 blocked shot in 14:30.

Richard Petiot was +1 with 1 shot, 6 hits, and 1 blocked shot in 15:31.

These prospect stat reports are getting as long as Smaby's arm.

Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

NHL Game Night 3/11: Lightning at Senators

So, this team has some pride after all? Or, at the very least, some fear of Rick Tocchet?

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OTT-3 (OT)

Karri Ramo allowed 3 goals on 27 shots for the overtime loss. More good than bad. He made THE save all alone with an Ottawa shooter late in the third period to get the Lightning into the OT session, but he's still struggling with his rebound control, which cost the team the winning goal. I don't think anyone blamed him or McKenna for the debacle against McKenna, but it was definitely something worth monitoring going into this game. How would Ramo respond? And, he didn't respond badly.

First Period
02:37 TB Murphy (4), (Lecavalier, St. Louis)(PP)
04:53 OTT Shannon (4), (Spezza, Alfredsson)(PP)

Second Period
09:25 OTT Kelly (9), (Alfredsson, Phillips)(SH)
09:38 TB Hall (5), (Artyukhin, Krajicek)(PP)

Third Period
NO SCORING

Overtime
02:38 OTT Fisher (11), (Phillips, Volchenkov)

Noah Welch had 4 penalty minutes and 2 hits in 15:41. That's a far better number in terms of ice time for Welch to be getting.

Matt Smaby was -1 with 2 shots, 4 hits, and 1 blocked shot in 23:35.

Paul Szczechura had 1 shot and 4 hits in 11:40. He made some dumb plays coming through the neutral zone, which is uncustomary for such a smart player.

Martins Karsums had 1 shot, 3 hits, and 2 blocked shots in 11:06. The guy is just less than the sum of his parts right now.

Richard Petiot had 2 penalty minutes, 3 shots, 1 hit, and 2 blocked shots in 18:13. He looks a step slow for the NHL level, but he's fairly servicable positionally and he looks like he competes. He may be a good spare part to keep around as a #8 type guy down in the minors.

Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

Lightning Recall Richard Petiot

The Tampa Bay Lightning have recalled overaged prospect defenseman Richard Petiot from the Norfolk Admirals on an emergency basis, Executive Vice President and General Manager Brian Lawton announced.

Petiot, 26, is a 6-foot-3, 200-pound native of Daysland, Alberta who has skated in 46 AHL games between the Admirals and the Toronto Marlies this season, recording three goals, 14 points and 59 penalty minutes. He made his Admirals debut on Sunday in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.

Originally drafted in the fourth round, 116th overall, by Los Angeles at the 2001 NHL Entry Draft, Petiot made his NHL debut with the Kings against the Atlanta Thrashers on January 19, 2006, and recorded two penalty minutes in two games with the Kings. He was acquired by the Lightning from Toronto on March 4, 2009 in exchange for Olaf Kolzig, Jamie Heward, Andy Rogers and a fourth-round pick in 2009.

In 162 career AHL games with the Norfolk, Toronto and Manchester, Petiot has recorded 10 goals, 37 points and 192 penalty minutes. Prior to turning pro Petiot played four seasons at Colorado College (2001-05), tallying 11 goals, 33 points and 220 penalty minutes. In 2005 he helped the Tigers reach the NCAA’s Frozen Four.

Segal, Petiot Assigned to Norfolk

The Tampa Bay Lightning have reassigned right wing Brandon Segal to the Norfolk Admirals, Lightning Executive Vice President and General Manager Brian Lawton announced today. Segal, 6-foot-2, 214-pounds, appeared in his first career NHL game Tuesday night against Pittsburgh, skating 14:45 and recording one hit, one takeaway and one blocked shot. Segal's reassignment to Norfolk likely comes at the expense of the deadline day acquisition of right wing Martins Karsums, who is expected to be in the lineup for Friday's lineup against the St. Louis Blues.

The Lightning also announced that they have reassigned defenseman Richard Petiot to the Admirals. Petiot, 26, is a 6-foot-3, 200-pound native of Daysland, Alberta. He was acquired by the Lightning yesterday in a trade with the Toronto Maple Leafs.

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