ECHL Game Night 11/11: Storm at Chiefs

It's probably no coincidence this team struggles to get points without Lascek in the lineup.

TOL-3
JHN-2 (OT)

Morgan Cey stopped 20 of 23 shots faced in the overtime loss. Stanislav Lascek and Adam Henrich had the Chiefs' goals with assists going to PJ Atherton, Zbynek Hrdel, David Spina and Randy Rowe.

First Period
JHN Lascek, (3) (Atherton, Hrdel), 16:21

Second Period
TOL Sitko, (1) (Martin, Songin), 11:19

Third Period
JHN Henrich, (2) (Spina, Rowe), 12:48 (PP)
TOL Parillo, (2) (Colwill), 15:01

Overtime
TOL Smith, (2) (Burke, Zultek), 2:20 (PP)

Game sheet from ECHL.com.

NCAA Game Night: 11/10

Mike Lundin was a +1 with one shot as #1 Maine stayed unbeaten knocking off UMASS-Lowell 4-1.

Defensemen, John Wessbecker was also +1 with 1 shot in Massachuettes' 2-1 win over Northeastern.

Northern Michigan tied Alaska 2-2. Dusty Collins was even with no shots.

Defensemen, Art Femenella was a healthy scratch in Vermont's 4-2 win over Providence.

Rogers Out With Groin Injury?

The Springfield Republican reports defenseman Andy Rogers was scratched last night due to an undisclosed lower body injury which writer Fran Sypek concludes is likely a groin injury. Last night's scratch was the fifth straight game the 2004 1st round pick has missed.

Lascek Out With the Flu

According to the Johnstown Tribune Democrat, Stanislav Lascek missed last night's game against the Charlotte Checkers because of a case of the flu. This is the second time in the span of a couple of weeks Johnstown has been without their most dynamic playmaker due to illness.

Karjala Cup Day Two

Vasily Koshechkin got the day off as Alexander Eremenko was between the pipes today in Russia's 5-4 win over Sweden to move to 2-0-0 in the Karjala Cup tournament. Evgeny Artyukhin was held out of the match with a suspension stemming from the charging major he took in the opening match against Finland.

Update:
Video of Russia's opening match against Finland can be found here, including the knee-to-knee hit that has resulted in Artyukhin's ejection from the tournament.

CHL Game Night: 11/10

Marek Bartanus was scoreless in Owen Sound's 4-0 loss to Plymouth.

Chris Lawrence was -2 with 4 PIMs as Mississauga fell to Kingston 6-0.

Dane Crowley was -1 as Swift Current fell to Everett 6-0. He also had a late fighting major.

Prince George and Vladimir Mihalik were able to beat Kelowna 3-2 in a come-from-behind win. Mihalik scored his third goal of the year in the second period to tie the game at 2. He was -1 for the night. No 3 Star report was listed.

ECHL Game Night 11/10: Checkers at Chiefs

Bad night for prospect watching.

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JHN-1

Charlotte scored 5 unanswered goals in the final 27 minutes of a total Johnstown meltdown. Gerald Coleman allowed 4 goals on 35 shots for the loss. Brandon Elliot had the lone Chiefs goals off assists from Bryan Nathe and Zbynek Hrdel.

Stanislav Lascek was a scratch in the game.

First Period
NO SCORING

Second Period
JHN Elliott, (2) (Nathe, Hrdel), 6:54
CHR Graham, (6) (Lee), 13:15 (SH)

Third Period
CHR Jamieson, (9) (Bellefeuille), 5:58 (PP)
CHR Lee, (4) (Graham, Constant), 12:49
CHR Graham, (7) (Constant, Potter), 14:08
CHR Lee, (5) (Gillies), 17:58 (EN)

Game sheet from ECHL.com.

AHL Game Night 11/10: Pirates at Falcons

Bolt Prospects will be live blogging tonight's game via the B2 Networks feed. Check back during intermissions for period by period updates. Tonight's starting lineup includes a line of Keller/Corso/Blatny with Karri Ramo between the pipes.

POR-4
SPR-0 Final

First Period
1. POR- Carter, (Konopka, Parenteau)(PP)

Second Period
2. POR- Konopka, (Parenteau, Genoway)
3. POR- Parenteau, (Konopka)

Third Period
4. POR- Ferguson, (Wirtanen, Glencross)

Game sheet from TheAHL.com.

Prospect Rankings Update

As a result of today's trade of prospect Darren Reid, Bolt Prospects' staff has decided to update our rankings to reflect the departure. As a consequence, a new 25th prospect had to be named, and Bolt Prospects is pleased to announce PJ Atherton has made the list for the first time in his career.

Bolt Prospects plans to release its Midterm Rankings, a full and comprehensive update, some time after the U20 World Junior Championships conclude in January.

Karjala Cup Day One

Vasily Koshechkin stopped 16 of 18 shots faced today as Russia knocked off home team Finland 3-2 in their opener in the Karjala Cup. RW Evgeny Artyukhin was thrown out of the game six and a half minutes into the first period after taking a charging major.

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