Game Night Results

  • 5 years 17 weeks ago

    12/7:
    Matias Sointu did not play in Ilves Jr. A's 7-2 win over HIFK Jr. A.

    12/10:
    Matias Sointu did not play in Ilves Jr. A's 6-0 loss to Lukko Jr. A.

    12/13:
    Matias Sointu did not play in Ilves Jr. A's 2-1 win over KalPa Jr. A.

    Sointu has been out most of the season with a shoulder injury.

  • 5 years 17 weeks ago

    12/6:
    Andreas Holmqvist did not play in Djurgardens' 3-2 win over Farjestads.

    Janne Niskala was scoreless in Frolunda's 2-1 win over Sodertalje.

    12/8:
    Janne Niskala had an assist in Frolunda's 4-2 win over Brynas.

    12/9:
    Johan Harju was scoreless in Lulea's 2-1 win over Skelleftea.

    12/11:
    Janne Niskala had two power play goals in Frolunda's 4-3 overtime loss to Timra.

    Johan Harju had a power play goal in Lulea's 3-2 overtime loss to Djurgardens. Andreas Holmqvist did not play.

    12/13:
    Johan Harju had two penalty minutes in Lulea's 2-1 win over Sodertalje.

    Janne Niskala was scoreless in Frolunda's 2-0 loss to Skelleftea.

    Andreas Holmqvist did not play in Djurgardens' 3-3 tie with Brynas.

  • 5 years 17 weeks ago

    Canada WJC Selection Camp Red vs. White
    Team Red 7 vs. Team White 2
    W/C Dana Tyrell, Red: 0-1-1
    G Dustin Tokarski, Red: 13 saves in 15 shots in first half of game

    Tyrell got the secondary assist on Stefan Della Rovere's goal for Team Read. He remained on a line with Rimouski shut-down center Patrice Cormier. Chet Pickard took over for Tokarski in the second half of the game and didn't allow a goal.

    CHL: First Star for Courtnall ... Luke going streaking ... Vancouver vs. Tri-City.

  • 5 years 17 weeks ago

    No.11 Vermont Catamounts 3 @ St. Lawrence Saints 4
    C/W Matt Marshall , UVM: Did not play.
    Season totals: 10 GP, 1-1-2, +1, 4 PIM

    Marshall's turn to sit.

  • 5 years 17 weeks ago

    There's not a worse team in the NHL on the forecheck than the Tampa Bay Lightning.

    TB-0
    OTT-2

    Mike Smith allowed 1 goal on 32 shots and still had to eat the loss.

    First Period
    NO SCORING

    Second Period
    05:04 OTT Picard (3), (Bell, Zubov)(PP)

    Third Period
    19:15 OTT Alfredsson (8), (Kuba, Fisher)(EN)

    Jussi Jokinen hasn't won a battle along the wall in a month.

    Zenon Konopka had 1 hit and a real nice fight with Chris Neil in 3:22.

    Paul Szczechura was -1 with 2 penalty minutes, 3 shots, and he was 27% on draws. And, again, he was awesome. Good positionally. Great in terms of his effort and battle level. Szczechura is the exact same size as Jokinen and smaller than 75% of the forwards on this team and yet, consistently, he's been better along the wall and braver in the high traffic areas than most every other player on the Lightning team since his recall. That's high praise for Szczechura, and a condemnation of the rest of the Lightning team.

    Steven Stamkos had 1 shot and 3 hits in 11:43. Tocchet has been, rightfully, ramping down Stamkos' ice time. His decision making was better in this game, but he's still tip toeing around too much.

    Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

  • 5 years 17 weeks ago

    Even with Lundin, the Admirals defense remains a sieve.

    BRI-6
    NOR-4

    Mike McKenna allowed 6 goals on 27 shots for the loss.

    First Period
    BRI Lee, (1) (Iggulden, Hillen), 0:30
    BRI Hennigar, (3) (Hillen, Iggulden), 8:16
    NOR Ward, (1) (Downie, Lundin), 10:31
    BRI Tambellini, (1) (Walter), 14:21
    NOR Lawrence, (1) (Downie, Rosehill), 18:30

    Second Period
    BRI Smith, (12) (Colliton, Iggulden), 14:07
    NOR Keller, (2) (Downie), 16:34
    NOR Keller, (3) (Downie, Mihalik), 17:13

    Third Period
    BRI Smith, (13) (Colliton, Skinner), 16:47
    BRI Smith, (14) (Iggulden, Hillen), 19:59

    Steve Downie and Justin Keller were the game's second and third stars.

    Downie is reacting just like you would hope a guy who has just been sent down would: like a guy who has gotten a taste of the show and wants to get back. Mike Lundin had an assist in his Norfolk debut. Chris Gratton is in Norfolk, but did not suit up for the Ads.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 5 years 18 weeks ago

    American International Yellow Jackets 0 @ UMass Minutemen 4
    D John Wessbecker , UMass: 0-0-0, +1, 0 PIM, 1 SOG
    Season totals: 12 GP, 0-2-2, +12, 10 PIM

    UMass received 23 votes in the latest USCHO poll, good for No.27.

  • 5 years 18 weeks ago

    Canada WJC Selection Camp Red-White Game
    White 6 vs. Red 3
    W/C Dana Tyrell, Red: 0-0-0
    G Dustin Tokarski, White: 18 saves on 20 shots

    Tokarski performed well after replacing division rival Chet Pickard at the halfway point of the game. He would allow John Tavares' second and third goals of the game.

    Tyrell lined up on a checking unit with big Rimouski center Patrice Cormier (New Jersey) and Atlanta prospect Angelo Esposito. Known as a scorer for the Montreal Juniors, TSN reported Esposito was being tried in a two-way role next to shut-down expert Cormier and the defensive savvy Tyrell.

    CHL: Scoresheet sightings for Courtnall, Barberio, DeCoste, and Witkowski ...

  • 5 years 18 weeks ago

    Riku Helenius made 49 saves in his debut with the Mississippi backstopping the Sea Wolves to a 4-2 victory over the Gwinnett Gladiators and earning Second Star honors. Helenius joined the team on Wednesday after being assigned by Tampa after former Bolt goaltending prospect Ryan Munce was recalled to Syracuse.

    Mississippi 4 @ Gwinnett 2
    G Riku Helenius: 2 GA; 60:00 MIN; 51 SH; 49 SV; *SECOND STAR*

  • 5 years 18 weeks ago

    It won't be long until guys like Segal and Jones get their shots in Tampa too.

    BRI-2
    NOR-3

    Mike McKenna allowed 2 goals on 33 shots in the win.

    First Period
    NOR Segal, (11) (Downie, Rosehill), 5:04
    NOR Potulny, (4) (Kearns, Segal), 18:27
    BRI Bentivoglio, (4) (Colliton, Callahan), 18:51

    Second Period
    NO SCORING

    Third Period
    BRI McLean, (7) (Iggulden), 0:30
    NOR Jones, (6) (Segal, Downie), 6:29 (PP)

    Brandon Segal helped make sure Bridgeport was On Deadly Ground at The Scope, as he was named the game's first star. Blair Jones was named the game's second star with his power play game winning goal.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

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