There has been a trade...
The Lightning have dealt overage prospect Bryce Lampman to the Dallas Stars in exchange for prospect defenseman Mario Scalzo Jr. Scalzo, 23, has 1 goal and 9 points in 15 games so far this season for Iowa of the AHL. The 5'10" 190 lbs defenseman is most well known for his brief stint in 2004-2005 with Rimouski of the QMJHL where, after being acquired at the trade deadline in his overage season, he scored 13 goals and 44 points in 23 regular season games helping the Oceanic and Sidney Crosby reach the Memorial Cup final. Scalzo Jr's best professional season came as a rookie in 2005-2006 when he posted 4 goals and 33 points in 74 games.
The trade of Lampman resolves the Admirals' issue of having one more veteran than they were allowed to dress under AHL rules.
The American Hockey League announced today that Norfolk Admirals left wing Mathieu Darche has been named the Rbk/AHL Player of the Week for the period ending November 18, 2007. In his first four AHL games of the season, Darche erupted for 10 points on three goals and seven assists.
Sunday night's highlights:
- Fadden finishes 3-game weekend with another multi-point game
- Everett is heating up
- Goalie controversy in Seattle?
Darche/MacDonald/Wanvig is en fuego.
Jonathan Boutin stopped 27 of 28 shots for the win to improve his record to 3-2-2 on the season. Boutin is currently 6th in the AHL in save percentage.
Norfolk outshot Lowell 31-28 in the game and, with the win, improved their record in one goal games this season to 3-6-0.
NOR Darche, (3) (Wanvig), 16:43
LOW Tallackson, (4) (Vrana, Clarke), 2:43 (PP)
NOR Wanvig, (10) (Darche, MacDonald), 17:05
Saturday night's highlights:
- Fadden's point total for the weekend reaches 6
- Jung strong in net for Kelowna
- Helenius struggles again
No.14 Massachusetts 3 @ No.11 Boston College 2
D John Wessbecker, UMASS: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 0 SOG
One night after tying at UMass, the Minutemen got the better of the Eagles on Chestnut Hill.
No.2 Michigan 6 @ Lake Superior 2
D Kevin Quick, Michigan: 0-0-0 +1, 0 PIM, 0 SOG
The No.2 Wolverines had a better day than their football counterparts, beating Lake Superior State 6-2. Michigan outscored the Lakers 11-3 in two games over the weekend. Quick finished with a plus-2 rating for the weekend, playing in back-to-back games.
Different jerseys, same old story. The Lightning's youth still struggle with the P-Bruins.
Jonathan Boutin stopped 32 of 36 shots in the loss. Norfolk was outshot 36-17 in the game.
NOR Darche, (2) (MacDonald, Wanvig), 3:46
PRO Pelletier, (5) (Sobotka, Lashoff), 17:21
PRO Collins, (5) (Lashoff, Krejci), 17:50
NOR MacDonald, (1) (Wanvig, Lampman), 3:51
NOR Wanvig, (9) (MacDonald, Schneider), 10:52 (PP)
PRO Sigalet, (1) (Krejci, Sobotka), 12:52
PRO Trevelyan, (6) (Krejci, McQuaid), 3:34
Game sheet from TheAHL.com.
Albert Vishnyakov did not play in Spartak's 5-4 OT win over Khimik.
Crank up the speculation. Robert Esche made his debut for Ak Bars Kazan shutting out Tver 3-0. Dimitri Kazionov had an assist in the match for Kazan. Where does this leave Vasily Koshechkin? Stay tuned.
Alexei Glukhov was scoreless in Cherepovets' 3-1 loss to Novgorod.
No.11 Boston College 1 @ No.14 Massachusetts 1 (Final-OT)
D John Wessbecker, UMASS: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 1 SOG
The Eagles and Minutemen will meet again Saturday night in Boston.
No.2 Michigan 5 @ Lake Superior 1
D Kevin Quick, Michigan: 0-0-0 +1, 0 PIM, 1 SOG
If the Wolverine defensive rotation continues, Quick should get both games this weekend for Michigan, who improved to 10-1 Friday night. The teams meet again in Sault Ste. Marie Saturday night.