Lightning CHL Stats (12/12)

The following are the official statistics for Lightning prospects playing within the Canadian Hockey League as of December 12, 2005. Leading the way are Stan Lascek, who’s first in the QMJHL in scoring, Radek Smolenak, who's in the OHL's top-20, and Justin Keller and Blair Jones, both of whom are among WHL scoring leaders. Stanislav Lascek, RW, Chicoutimi (QMJHL): 34GP, 22-51-73, 54PIM (+24) Radek Smolenak, LW, Kingston (OHL): 30GP, 19-24-43, 52PIM (Even) Justin Keller, RW, Kelowna (WHL): 30GP, 21-17-38, 24PIM (+7) Blair Jones, C, Moose Jaw (WHL): 33GP, 16-19-27, 35PIM (Even) Mark Tobin, LW, Rimouski (QMJHL): 32GP, 12-11-23, 55PIM (-33)

Game Day 12/11: Falcons at Bruins

Someone needs to throw Brian Eklund a lifeline. SPR-2 PRO-6 Brian Eklund continues to struggle allowing 5 goals on 32 shots faced. The Falcons launched a futile comeback bid with Darren Reid and Norm Milley getting shorthanded talley's in the third period, the latter's coming on a penalty shot. Post mortem from [url=http://ahl.leaguestat.com/stats/statdisplay.php?type=standings&subType=1&season_id=1&&leagueId=4&lastActive=&singleSeason=]TheAHL.com.[/url]

Game Day 12/11: Chiefs at Storm

After an excellent start, Morgan Cey has run into some difficulty in his rookie season. JHN-1 TOL-7 Cey suffers his second straight shelling allowing 7 goals on 43 shots faced. Justin Kelly assisted on Joe Tallari's goal, the lone Chief marker of the afternoon. Post mortem from [url=http://www.echl.com/cgi-bin/ppublic.cgi?action=box&id=2522]ECHL.com.[/url]

Game Night 12/10: Predators at Lightning

Clean sweep 3-0 for the organization tonight top to bottom. It's a beautiful thing. NSH-3 TB-4 John Grahame stopped 13 of 16 for the win. The shot totals the Lightning have been giving up this season are insanely low, to the point it's contributing to Grahame's poor save percentage. I doubt he's complaining though. Old warhorse Dave Andreychuk had a goal and an assist as did Martin St. Louis. Game sheet from [url=http://www.nhl.com/scores/htmlreports/20052006/GS020433.HTM]NHL.com.[/url]

Game Night 12/10: Monarchs at Falcons

It was only a matter of time until the Craig/Jaspers duo sprang to life. Sorry Manchester, you drew the short straw. MAN-4 SPR-5 Gerald Coleman got the win despite allowing 4 goals on 29 shots faced. Jason Jaspers and Ryan Craig exploded with 2 goals and 2 assists each. Cagey veterans Anders Eriksson and Norm Milley each had 2 helpers a piece. Springfield remains in 6th place in the AHL's Eastern Conference with a 14-9-1-3 record on the year. Game sheet from [url=http://ahl.leaguestat.com/stats/game-summary.php?game_id=1001379]TheAHL.com.[/url]

Game Night 12/10: Bombers at Chiefs

Congratulations to Jonathan Boutin on the first professional shutout of his career. DAY-0 JHN-4 What an excellent job of bouncing back from that 7 goals against performance on the west coast trip. Boutin stopped 32 of 32 tonight to secure the shutout. Well done. Justin Kelly again led the way with a goal and an assist. Adam Henrich and Brandon Elliot both chipped in goals for the Chiefs. Game sheet from [url=http://www.echl.com/cgi-bin/ppublic.cgi?action=box&id=2509]ECHL.com.[/url]

Another Tie for Linkopings

Fredrik Norrena's record ran to 14-5-4 today as he and Linkopings played another 2-2 sister kisser against Mora today in Elitserien action. This time is was Mora scoring the dramatic goal late in the third to tie the game on a Mikael Simons power play marker with just 3:32 left in regulation to knot the score. Norrena made 12 saves on a token 14 shots in the contest while Linkopings outshot Mora a stunning 45-14 and still couldn't get the win against Mora goaltender Petri Vehanen. The Elitserien now goes on hiatus until December 27th for the Rosno Cup. Fredrik Norrena will appear in that tournament for Team Finland while his teammate Andreas Holmqvist as well as Djurgardens forward Jimmie Olvestad will appear for Team Sweden joining Anton But for Team Russia in the Rosno Cup festivities. The tournament will begin December 15th as the Czech Republic will square off with Finland and Russia will play before their home crowd against Sweden.

Game Night 12/9: Royals at Chiefs

Oof. RDG-7 JHN-2 Morgan Cey was rocked allowing 6 goals on 25 shots faced. Justin Kelly had two assists for the Chiefs while Brady Greco added a helper of his own. Mike Egener [url=http://www.tribune-democrat.com/cnhi/tribunedemocrat/prosports/local_story_342234627.html]remained out of the lineup for Johnstown with an injury.[/url] Post mortem at [url=http://www.echl.com/cgi-bin/ppublic.cgi?action=box&id=2503]ECHL.com.[/url]

Game Night 12/9: Wolf Pack at Falcons

I really don't like the shootout. Seriously. HFD-4 SPR-3 (SO) Coleman started once again and stopped 35 of 38 in regulation and overtime. Andre Deveaux, the game's second star, continued his streak of very strong play with a goal and an assist. Game sheet from [url=http://ahl.leaguestat.com/stats/game-summary.php?game_id=1001367]TheAHL.com.[/url]

Lawrence Scores in First Game as an Ice Dog

Lightning 3rd rounder Chris Lawrence had a goal and an assist in his first game as a Mississauge Ice Dog Thursday night, helping the Ice Dogs to a dramatic 5-4 overtime win over Toronto. Lawrence was traded from Sault Ste. Marie on Monday after failing to live up to heavy expectations placed on him since he was the sixth overall pick in the 2003 OHL Priority Draft. He had just three goals in 29 games for the Soo so far this year. The 6-4 winger started the game on the top line with Jordan Owens and Cody Bass. With Mississauga down 4-0 to start the third, it was Lawrence's power play goal just over three minutes into the period that started a ferocious comeback. The Ice Dogs scored four third period goals, the last coming shorthanded with 25 seconds left in the game. Lawrence had the primary assist on the tying goal, scored by defenseman David Pszenyczny. It was the undrafted Pszenyczny that scored the winner - also shorthanded - 55 seconds into overtime.
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