BCHL, USHL, and CHL stats for Lightning prospects as of February 11, 2008.
Key (Skaters): Games Played, Goals-Assists-Points, Plus/Minus, Penalties in Minutes.
Key (Goalies): Wins-Losses-Overtime Losses-Shootout Losses, Goals Against Average, Save Percentage, Shutouts.
Seattle Thunderbirds 9 @ Spokane Chiefs 7
G Riku Helenius, SEA: Did not play.
DeSerres got the start for Seattle, who apparently signed Seahawks kicker Josh Brown and got 3 field goals for the win. If this was the case, though, a football team named the Chiefs would be capable of scoring a touchdown, so this obviously is fictional.
Lewiston MAINEiacs 4 @ P.E.I. Rocket 2
D Michael Ward, LEW: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 3 shots on goal
Spokane Chiefs 0 @ Seattle Thunderbirds 2
G Riku Helenius, SEA: Win, shutout, stopped 25 of 25 shots, *First Star*
Seattle clinched a playoff spot with the win. Helenius has won 7 straight starts and has shutouts in 2 of his last 3. He has 3 shutouts on the year. Helenius and his backup, Jacob DeSerres, have combined for 3 shutouts in the T-Birds' last 4 games and 2 in a row. This is the first time in 7 games Seattle has beaten Spokane. They will play again today (Monday).
Everett Silvertips 2 @ Kamloops Blazers 1 (OT)
D Dane Crowley, EVT: 0-0-0, +1, 0 PIM
Prince George Cougars 2 @ Vancouver Giants 4
C/W Dana Tyrell, PG: 0-0-0, -2, 0 PIM
Vancouver outshot PG 50-19, including a 24-2 after one period.
Stat update coming Tuesday.
Saturday nightâ€™s highlights:
- Courtnall scores again
- Cunti has a big night
- Crowley earns another star
Johan Holmqvist allowed 2 goals on 22 shots in the loss.
Atlanta 4:18, Marian Hossa 24 (Slava Kozlov, Tobias Enstrom)
Atlanta 1:26, Alexei Zhitnik 2 (unassisted)
Norfolk's points streak comes to an end.
Marc Denis allowed 3 goals on 23 shots for the loss.
BNG Carkner, (6) (Nycholat, Mapletoft), 14:31 (PP)
NOR Wanvig, (15) (Henrich, Stewart), 14:51
BNG Hennessy, (13) (Donati, Lee), 6:43
BNG Lee, (3) (Nycholat, Mauldin), 9:32
NOR Stewart, (12) (Schneider, Wanvig), 0:16
Karl Stewart was named the game's second star. Norfolk outshot Binghamton 30-23 in the game.
Box score from TheAHL.com.
Friday nightâ€™s highlights:
- First Star for Courtnall, who makes his TV debut tonight
- Jung a No.1, but the 0-for continues in the shootout
- Two Bolt prospects earn stars in the same game; one of them carries a suitcase
Quick, a 6-foot-0, 175-pound defenseman, had two goals and two assists in 21 games with the University of Michigan Wolverines this season prior to joining the Admirals. The 19-year-old was drafted by the Tampa Bay Lightning in the third round (78th overall) of the 2006 NHL Entry Draft out of The Salisbury School in Connecticut.
Quick was dismissed by Michigan last week for violating team rules. The Buffalo News has released a report on the incident.
A comprehensive overview of Quick's present situation, with quotes from Loiselle and Quick, was published out of Norfolk can can be found here. For more details of the signing, see the St. Petersburg Times.
Jonathan Boutin stopped 27 of 27 shots faced for the shutout.
NOR Klinkhammer, (7) (Rosehill), 8:32
NOR Szczechura, (9) (Schneider, Lessard), 6:23
NOR Stewart, (11) (Wanvig, Scalzo), 9:11 (PP)
NOR Henrich, (9) (Stewart, Wanvig), 12:57
NOR Jones, (8) (Milley, Kearns), 19:21
Boutin, Karl Stewart, and Rob Klinkhammer were the game's three stars.
Box score from TheAHL.com.
Drive up that trade value.
Johan Holmqvist allowed 1 goal on 19 shots for the win.
Nashville 12:37, Alexander Radulov 21 (Jason Arnott, J.P. Dumont)
Tampa Bay 0:58, Vaclav Prospal 23 (Brad Richards, Dan Boyle)