Submitted by pete on December 16, 2005 - 21:38
Good rebound game by Cey despite the shootout loss. FRE-3 JHN-2 (SO) After two lousy starts Morgan Cey stopped 29 of 31 tonight in regulation and overtime before falling in the shootout. Tyler Kindle scored a key late goal with 15 seconds left in the game to earn the Chiefs the point. JB Bittner and Justin Kelly assisted on Kindle's goal. Game sheet from [url=http://www.echl.com/cgi-bin/ppublic.cgi?action=summary&id=2562]ECHL.com.[/url]
Submitted by pete on December 16, 2005 - 21:15
Last goal wins in a wild third period. POR-4 SPR-3 Gerald Coleman stopped 29 of 33 in the loss. Norm Milley was named second star of the game with two assists. Marek Kvapil scored his 5th goal of the season and is now at an even half a point a game for the season. Ryan Craig and Darren Reid were not in the lineup tonight and word on the street is that they have been recalled by Tampa. Bolt Prospects will update once there is an official announcement. Game sheet from [url=http://ahl.leaguestat.com/stats/game-summary.php?game_id=1001408]TheAHL.com.[/url]
Submitted by chad on December 16, 2005 - 11:55
A significant goal of Andy Rogers' season will not be reached as according to TSN in Canada, Rogers was among the 12 final cuts for Canada's World Junior Championship squad. Tampa General Manager Jay Feaster, upon sending Rogers back to junior after training camp this fall, made it a goal for Rogers to make the squad. Rogers will now return to his Prince George team.
Submitted by pete on December 15, 2005 - 22:31
And R2 started the first minor riot of his NHL career. TB-3 PHX-1 Curtis Joseph kept this one respectable, but the Lightning were in control throughout and could've easily won this game 5 or 6 to 1. It was a very nice reversal from last night's debacle in Anaheim. Evgeny Artyukhin made quite an impression in his 10:24 of ice time which included a third period incident where he bumped Dave Scatchard and sent him flying into the boards which prompted Jamie Lundmark of the Coyotes to jump on Artyukhin's back in immediate retaliation. A couple of short punches by Artyukhin later while on the ice, and R2 was ushered off to the showers with a major for boarding and a minor for roughing. Paul Ranger, who has seen his ice time decreasing slowly of late, had 12:59 of playing time. The biggest chunk of minutes lost have come on the power play where Ranger only had 13 seconds of ice time tonight. He did have a glorious opportunity at even strength jumping into the play in the first period tonight to take a cross ice pass and send a low wrister just wide far post on Curtis Joseph. Game sheet from [url=http://www.nhl.com/scores/htmlreports/20052006/GS020464.HTM]NHL.com.[/url]
Submitted by pete on December 15, 2005 - 21:59
Apologies on the tardiness of this post on last night's game and congratulations to Jonathan Boutin on two straight shutouts. TRE-0 JHN-1 Jonathan Boutin stopped 37 of 37 shots faced for his second straight shutout. Justin Kelly scored the game winning goal in the second period assisted by Adam Henrich and Gerard Dicaire. Johnstown was outshot 37 to 17, but Boutin stole the two points. Game sheet from [url=http://www.echl.com/cgi-bin/ppublic.cgi?action=summary&id=2554]ECHL.com.[/url]
Submitted by pete on December 15, 2005 - 13:21
Team Finland scored a dramatic come from behind shootout victory today to defeat the Czech Republic 3-2 in their opening match of the Rosno Cup. Netminder Fredrik Norrena stopped 25 of 27 shots faced before defeating former Togliatti goaltender Adam Svoboda in penalty shots. Meanwhile, home team Russia defeated Team Sweden 3-1. Anton But, who played the game as a third line right winger, was on the ice in the final minute and potted an empty net goal with 35 seconds left to seal the win. For Sweden, Andreas Holmqvist played on the team's 4th pairing while Djurgardens forward Jimmie Olvestad played third line left wing. Both were scoreless with 2 penalty minutes on the game.
Submitted by chad on December 15, 2005 - 07:33
Apparently trying to keep pace with fellow Lightning prospect Stanislav Lascek for the goal-scoring lead among Lightning prospects, Justin Keller had a hattrick Wednesday night as Kelowna beat up on Swift Current, 6-3. However, Keller one-upped Lascek in that his was a natural hatter. Starting at the 4:40 mark of the third period - and down 3-2 in the game - Keller scored three straight goals to give the Rockets the lead. A teammate would add an empty netter to get the 6-3 final score. Keller now has 24 goals on the year, one behind Lascek. Keller's 41 points in 31 games are good enough for fifth place in the WHL, 13 points behind Moose Jaw Warrior Troy Brouwer. He is third in the league in goals.
Submitted by pete on December 14, 2005 - 23:54
To hear Anaheim's announcers tell it, they just won the Stanley Cup. TB-2 ANH-4 John Grahame stopped 3 of 32 in the loss. The Lightning as a team just never really seemed to get their legs under them. Paul Ranger played 14:42 of even rating hockey registering one hit. Evgeny Artyukhin had 8:38 of ice time. Game sheet from [url=http://www.nhl.com/scores/htmlreports/20052006/GS020454.HTM]NHL.com.[/url]
Submitted by pete on December 14, 2005 - 18:37
The Russian leg of the four country Euro Tour will begin tomorrow with the Rosno Cup. Four Lightning properties will be featured in this year's tournament including goaltender Fredrik Norrena of Finland, left wing Anton But of Russia, and left wing Jimmie Olvestad and defenseman Andreas Holmqvist of Sweden. In tomorrow's games, the Czech Republic will face Finland while Russia will open in Moscow against Sweden.
Submitted by chad on December 14, 2005 - 10:02
Stanislav Lascek wasn't happy with not registering a point in Chicoutimi's last game - a 2-1 loss in Lewiston. Scouts can tell a lot from a prospect by how they respond to â€œadversity.â€ Lascek responded to the tune of five points. Tuesday night, Chicoutimi faced off against Rimouski for the third time since November 29 and the result was no different - the Sagueneens beat L'Oceanic, this time 7-3. Chicoutimi also won 4-2 on December 9 and 7-5 on November 29. Lascek and Rimouski's Mark Tobin both hit the scoresheet and all three games. This time, however, Lascek almost single-handedly beat Rimouski.