ECHL Game Night 12/1: Titans at Chiefs

Gerald Coleman was strong in the shootout.

TRE-3
JHN-4 (SO)

Gerald Coleman stopped 35 of 38 shots faced in regulation and overtime before stopping all 5 Titans shooters in the shootout session to secure the win. Rookie Maxime Boisclair, who has been scorching hot over the past month, led the way offensively with 1 goal and 1 assist. Radek Smolenak and Randy Rowe scored the other Chiefs markers while freshly signed Eric Przepiorka, Doug Andress and PJ Atherton chipped in individual helpers. Coleman and Boisclair were named first and third stars of the game, respectively.

First Period
TREN Pandolfo, (9) (Johnson, Domish), 15:51

Second Period
TREN Pandolfo, (10) (Riddle, Ruggeri), 8:22 (PP)
JHN Boisclair, (10) (Przepiorka, Andress), 9:21 (PP)

Third Period
TREN Pandolfo, (11) (Johnson), 7:05
JHN Smolenak, (6) , 10:13
JHN Rowe, (9) (Boisclair, Atherton), 15:50 (PP)

Overtime
NO SCORING

Shootout
TRE-NONE
JHN-Katsuras

Game sheet from ECHL.com.

AHL Game Night 12/1: Falcons at Monarchs

Ramo may have been called up, but Springfield still has the Boutin Wall.

SPR-3
MAN-2 (OT)

In just his second start this season, Jonathan Boutin stopped 33 of 35 shots faced to secure his first win of the year and improve to 1-2-0. The Falcons offense was paced by veteran Norm Milley who had 1 goal and 1 assist including the overtime winner with 2:26 left in the extra session. Veteran defenseman Andy Delmore added 2 assists while rookie Justin Keller and veteran Eric Healey supplied the birds' other goals. Individual assists went to Dan Cavanaugh and Daniel Corso. Milley and Healey were named the first and third stars of the game, respectively.

The victory moves the Falcons to 11-10-0 this year which, despite placing the Falcons in sixth in the Atlantic Division, moves them just six points behind division leading Portland with a game in hand on the Pirates. In other words, the Falcons have played themselves right back into the thick of any potential playoff race.

First Period
SPR Keller, (6) (Cavanaugh, Delmore), 10:01
MCH Zeiler, (3) (Murphy, Clarke), 19:46 (PP)

Second Period
NO SCORING

Third Period
SPR Healey, (8) (Corso, Milley), 0:36
MCH Giuliano, (2) (Kemp, Buckley), 18:26

Overtime
SPR Milley, (8) (Delmore), 2:34

Game sheet from TheAHL.com.

Friday's Superleague Scores

Evgeny Artyukhin had an assist in Yaroslavl's 3-0 blanking of CSKA.

Dimitri Kazionov scored the game's opening goal in Kazan's 5-1 win over Cherepovets. Alexei Glukhov was scoreless for Severstal in the match.

Anton But had an assist on the game winning third period goal as SKA topped Nizhnekamsk 2-1.

Ramo Recalled

620 WDAE is reporting that the Lightning have recalled goaltender Karri Ramo from Springfield of the AHL. Ramo, a 20 year old 6th round pick from the 2004 NHL Entry Draft, is 8-3-0 this season with a 2.89 GAA and .911 save percentage with the Falcons. The netminder has won Bolt Prospects Prospect of the Week honors for the past two weeks going undefeated in four starts over that span.

Jones Sent Down, Helenius Could Return in February

Damian Cristodero of the St. Pete Times reports center Blair Jones has been reassigned to Springfield of the AHL. He also sources Lightning Head Scout Jake Goertzen as saying 2006 first round pick Riku Helenius could return to Ilves in February. Helenius underwent shoulder surgery recently and was thought to be out for the year.

Chiefs Ponder Tryout for Forward

According to the Johnstown Tribune-Democrat, forward Eric Przepiorka has been attending Chiefs practices and the team is pondering whether to sign him to a contract. The 5'9" 181 lb left winger was a top scorer for Dartmouth in the ECACHL for four years amassing 39 goals and 102 points in 132 games before making his pro debut last year in an ATO with the Florida Everblades of the ECHL. Przepiorka started this season with the Utah Grizzlies of the ECHL and in 20 career games in the league he has 1 goal, 3 points and 10 penalty minutes.

NHL Game Night 11/30: Lightning at Bruins

More points left on the table at the hands of ex-Detroit Viper Tim Thomas.

TB-3
BOS-4 (SO)

Marc Denis allowed 3 goals on 25 shots before going perfect deep into the shootout until rookie Phil Kessel beat him with a shot high glove side to win it for Boston. Eric Perrin, Martin St. Louis and Vincent Lecavalier each had 1 goal and 1 assist for the Lightning with Ruslan Fedotenko and Vaclav Prospal adding individual helpers.

I can't be too upset, because the Lightning have outshot their opponents 84-45 in the last two games, and yet the club has only gotten one of a very winnable four points and are slowly slipping behind Carolina and Atlanta in the standings. Again, the schedule the next two months is brutal. The Lightning must bank whatever winnable games they can get, because there won't be many.

First Period
Boston 11:06, Brad Boyes 6 (Patrice Bergeron, Andrew Alberts)
Tampa Bay 17:08, Eric Perrin 6 (Vincent Lecavalier)

Second Period
Tampa Bay 4:44, Martin St. Louis 16 (shorthanded) (Eric Perrin)
Boston 18:26, P.J. Axelsson 7 (shorthanded) (Patrice Bergeron, Zdeno Chara)

Third Period
Tampa Bay 9:50, Vincent Lecavalier 12 (Ruslan Fedotenko, Vaclav Prospal)
Boston 10:55, Glen Murray 13 (Jason York, Marc Savard)

Overtime
NO SCORING

Shootout
TB- NONE
BOS-Kessel

Game sheet from NHL.com.

WHL-Russia Game One

Denis Kazionov had a goal last night in the Russian Selects' 5-3 loss to the WHL in the CHL-Russia Challenge. Kazionov is currently third on the Russian team in scoring checking in officially at 2 goals and 4 points in 5 games with 4 penalty minutes. The tour concludes tonight with a rematch between Russia and the WHL Selects.

CHL Game Night: 11/29

Chris Lawrence scored his 16th goal of the season and was +2 in Mississauga's 6-5 shootout loss to Belleville. The 2005 3rd round pick failed to convert on his attempt in the penalty shot session and had 7 minutes in penalties including a fight against Belleville's Aaron Snow. Lawrence's point streak now extends to six games. Over that span he has netted 5 goals and 11 points with a +10 rating and 11 penalty minutes.

The WHL All-Stars beat Russia 5-3 in Game 5 of the Canada-Russia Challenge Wednesday night. While no Tampa prospects played for Team WHL, Denis Kazionov had another goal for Russia in the loss.

Wednesday's Superleague Score

Albert Vishnyakov and Alexei Glukhov were scoreless in Dynamo's 3-2 win over Cherepovets. Through 20 games, Vishnyakov has 6 goals and 10 points with 28 penalty minutes and a +3 rating. In 27 games, Glukhov has 1 goal and 8 points with 50 penalty minutes and a +1 rating.

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