As expected, Lightning 2007 second round pick Dana Tyrell has been named to Team Canada's 2008 World Junior Championship Selection Camp roster.
Tyrell, who played for Canada in their SuperSeries vs. Russia this past summer, currently has 14 goals and 19 assists for 33 points in 29 games for Prince George of the WHL.
For the full roster, see tsn.ca
Back to back third period collapses.
Jonathan Boutin allowed 5 goals on 35 shots in the loss.
HER Motzko, (9) (Pollock, Beagle), 7:32 (PP)
NOR Henrich, (3) (Wanvig, Scalzo), 15:08 (PP)
HER Beagle, (6) (Robitaille, Pokulok), 3:58
NOR Wanvig, (12) (Jancevski, Scalzo), 7:25 (PP)
NOR Stewart, (5) (Jones, Schneider), 17:12
HER Potulny, (6) (Pollock, McNeill), 2:26
HER Beagle, (7) (Hunt, Laing), 2:54
HER Hunt, (2) (Wilson, Bourque), 8:15 (PP)
NOR Henrich, (4) (Stewart, Milley), 14:04
HER Motzko, (10) (Pokulok), 19:08 (EN)
You know what's a shame? Other than giving up 3 unanswered goals in the span of about six minutes to blow another two points the team could've had? What if Adam Henrich had approached his career with this kind of urgency when he was 20-21 years old?
Game sheet from TheAHL.com.
Saturday night's highlights:
- Yellow Horn continues hot streak against Lightning prospects
- Suspension coming for Crowley?
- Jung improves his record to .500
The Canadian Press is reporting that Hockey Canada will announce the roster of 35 players who will compete in camp beginning December 14th for spots on the roster for this year's Canadian U20 World Junior Championships team. Lightning prospect Dana Tyrell is likely to make the roster having played for Canada on the highly successful SuperSeries team that steamrolled through that tournament earlier this year.
The Sea Wolves split a pair games on the road this weekend in Augusta and Charlotte, picking up the team's first road win of the season.
Radek Smolenak picks up the game-winner in the win against Charlotte on Saturday night as Ryan Munce stops 26 enroute to the victory. Brandon Elliott racked up fightning majors in back-to-back games giving three FMs in the three games, and Stan Lascek picked up a marker in Friday night's loss in Augusta.
Friday, Nov 30
Ohio State 3 @ #2 Michigan 2
D Mich, Kevin Quick 0-0-0, -1, 2 PIM, 1 SOG.
Michigan(14-2-0) handed first home loss of the season. Goes 0 for 8 on the powerplay.
#11 Massachuettes 0 @ Cornell 0 ot
D UMASS, John Wessbecker 0-0-0, Even, 1 SOG.
The ties keep piling up. UMASS(6-3-5) fires 45 shots in the scoreless non-conference match-up with the Big Red.
Saturday, Dec 1
Ohio State 2 @ #2 Michigan 4
D Mich, Kevin Quick 0-0-0, Even
The Wolverines split the series, stay two points behind division leading Notre Dame in the CCHA.
UMASS plays host to the US Under-18 team in an exhibition game tonight.
A funny thing happens when you put forth an effort.
Johan Holmqvist stopped 28 of 29 shots faced for the victory.
You might've noticed there was no game thread for the Detroit game. That was not an accident. After sleepwalking for six period straight my attitude was that if the team didn't care, honestly, why should I?
Tonight, however, the effort level and the will to compete was back, and they put together a sold, convincing win against a club they traditionally struggle against. Funny that. The harder you work the better you get.
Mike Lundin blocked 1 shot in 17:56 of ice time as he remains on track for an early January graduation from prospect status. Tonight was his 26th NHL game, leaving him 15 short of the finish line by site criteria.
Mathieu Darche had 1 goal, 3 shots, 2 hits, 1 blocked shot, and a +1 rating in 18:12 of ice time. Now 19 games played into his season, Darche needs 22 more to graduate from prospect status, which could happen as early as mid January.
Ramo returns. Norfolk's defense and PK evaporates.
Karri Ramo started well stopping 17 of 18 shots in the first period but wore down in the second half of the game allowing 6 goals on the final 15 shots he faced. He finished the game with a total of 7 goals allowed on 33 shots faced. Tough way to come back.
NOR Stewart, (4) (Milley), 4:08
NOR Henrich, (2) (Keller, Scalzo), 9:30 (PP)
BNG Hamel, (15) (Carkner, Nikulin), 17:52 (PP)
BNG Bois, (5) (Zubov, Nycholat), 2:56 (PP)
BNG Carkner, (2) (Nycholat, Hennessy), 12:59 (PP)
BNG Zubov, (3) (Yablonski, Hennessy), 15:07
NOR Jancevski, (1) (Jones, Wanvig), 16:35 (PP)
NOR Jancevski, (2) (Scalzo, Stewart), 6:12 (PP)
NOR Keller, (3) , 9:47 (PP)
BNG Hennessy, (5) (Dimitrakos, Mauldin), 11:40
BNG Hamel, (16) (Dimitrakos, Nycholat), 14:14 (PP)
BNG Nycholat, (2) (Dimitrakos), 16:35
BNG Yablonski, (3) , 19:54 (EN)
The Admirals did a great job rallying to take the lead in the third period only to completely self destruct in the final 10 minutes of the contest.
The scoring could have been even higher had a premature whistle in the first period not nullified a goal that trickled through Binghamton's netminder that would've made it 3-0 Norfolk.
In any event, the positives to take away are the continued strong play of prospect Justin Keller and PTO Adam Henrich. Henrich had 1 goal and 7 shots on goal while Keller finished with 1 goal, 1 assist and 8 shots on goal.
Game sheet from TheAHL.com.