Game Night Results

  • 5 years 26 weeks ago

    Brock Badgers 2 @ No. 6 Cornell Big Red 2 (exhibition)

    D/W Kirill Gotovets, COR: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 2 SOG
    Season totals: 24 GP, 1-7-8, +13, 12 PIM

    Sixth-ranked Cornell finally got their season underway with an exhibition tie against Brock. Gotovets, now a junior, is looking to build on his sophomore totals of one goal and eight assists last year. Brock University is located in St. Catherines, Ontario.

    Providence Friars 3 @ No. 4 Miami RedHawks 4 (OT)

    F Jimmy Mullin, MIA: Did not play.
    Season totals: 3 GP, 0-1-1, E, 2 PIM

    2012 Lightning prospect camper Austin Czarnik had two goals and an assist for the RedHawks, including the overtime winner. Jimmy Mullin was not listed in the Miami lineup. There was nothing in Miami’s game report from Friday about an injury or suspension.

    Ohio State Buckeyes 1 @ No. 20 Quinnipiac Bobcats 3

    F Matthew Peca, QU: 1-0-1, +1, 0 PIM, 4 SOG, *Third Star*
    Season totals: 5 GP, 2-1-3, -1, 2 PIM

    Peca scored for the second straight game. His shorthanded goal early in the third period turned out to be the game winner for the Bobcats.

    No. 2 North Dakota Fighting Sioux 1 @ Alaska-Fairbanks Nanooks 2 (Alaska Goal Rush Tournament)

    F Brendan O’Donnell, UND: 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM, 1 SOG
    Season totals: 2 GP, 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM

    The number-2 team in the country lost a close one in Alaska to the Nanooks, who won the Alaska Goal Rush title. Brendan O’Donnell started the game on a line with Cody Kunyk and Andy Taranto.

    No. 1 Minnesota Golden Gophers 3 @ Michigan Tech Huskies 2

    G Adam Wilcox, MIN: Win, 14 saves on 16 shots
    Season totals: 3 GP, 2-0-0, 1.58 GAA, .902 sv%, 0 SO

    Freshman Adam Wilcox (pictured, Star-Tribune photo) got the start after serving in a relief role on Friday night and got the win for the top-ranked Gophers over Michigan Tech. It was the Gophers first WCHA win in two tries; they lost 5-3 to the Huskies on Friday. Seth Ambroz (Blue Jackets) had two goals for the Gophers, who outshot Michigan Tech 34-18. The game was tied at two entering the final period.

    Canisius Griffins 1 @ No. 12 Western Michigan Broncos 2

    D Luke Witkowski, WMU: 0-1-1, +1, 2 PIM (roughing), 1 SOG
    Season totals: 4 GP, 0-3-3, +1, 4 PIM

    The Broncos completed a 2-game sweep of the Griffins with a close win on Saturday night. Broncos captain Luke Witkowski notched his third point in four games. Lightning free agent target Danny DeKeyser had a goal and an assist for WMU. Witkowski and his defensive partner, DeKeyser, both assisted on Trevor Elias’ game winning goal with three minutes left in regulation.

  • 5 years 26 weeks ago

    Quebec Major Junior Hockey League

    Blainville-Boisbriand Armada 2 @ Chicoutimi Sagueneens 1

    C Cedric Paquette, BLB: 0-0-0, E, 4 PIM (slashing, roughing), 3 SOG, 3 Hits
    Season totals: 13 GP, 6-8-14, +10, 32 PIM

    The Armada spotted the Sags the first goal, then scored twice late in the third period to steal a road win. Paquette only took eight faceoffs in the game, winning six. He led the team in hits with three.

    Ontario Hockey League

    Oshawa Generals 2 @ Owen Sound Attack 1

    D Jake Dotchin, OS: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM
    Season totals: 11 GP, 1-2-3, E, 10 PIM

    Daniel Altshuller (Hurricanes) stopped 26 of 27 shots and Flyers first rounder Scott Laughton scored the game winner to lead Oshawa to a win in Owen Sound.

    Guelph Storm 8 @ Saginaw Spirit 5

    C/W Tanner Richard, GUE: 1-1-2, -1, 0 PIM
    Season totals: 9 GP, 2-12-14, +2, 19 PIM

    Richard (pictured) returned from a 2-game suspension for instigating a fight in the last five minutes of a game. He scored his second goal of the year and added an assist. His goal gave Guelph a 3-1 lead early in the second period. The Storm went on to put a snowman up on the scoreboard in Michigan.

  • 5 years 26 weeks ago

    When Panik attacks...

    SYR-6
    BNG-5 (OT)

    Riku Helenius allowed 5 goals on 13 shots before leaving at 9:30 of the Second Period for dropping the gloves with opposing netminder Robin Lehner (yes, that happened). Dustin Tokarski was flawless on 14 shots the rest of the way for his second victory of the season.

    First Period
    BNG Hoffman, (1) (Silfverberg, Zibanejad), 7:25 (PP)
    BNG Cannone, (1) (Hoffman, Petersson), 9:18

    Second Period
    BNG Eckford, (2) (Stone, Petersson), 1:35 (PP)
    BNG Grant, (1) (Stone), 2:51
    BNG Borowiecki, (1) (Claesson, Schneider), 6:35
    SYR Conacher, (3) (Johnson), 10:29
    SYR Barberio, (2) (Johnson, Connolly), 12:36 (PP)

    Third Period
    SYR Connolly, (2) (Labrie, Korobov), 6:57
    SYR Palat, (1) (Johnson, Panik), 11:39
    SYR Wyman, (1) (Panik, Barberio), 16:18

    Overtime
    SYR Panik, (1) , 3:44

    Richard Panik (pictured) was the game's first star, assisting on the final two goals in regulation of Syracuse's comeback before bagging the overtime winner. That's how you break out of your early season mini-slump in style.

    Tonight's win has to be considered a super concentrated, extra strength, team-building win. This was a vicious, nasty game that saw the teams rack up a combined 152 penalty minutes and reached the height of mutual contempt in the brawl between Lehner and Helenius at center ice. That, in and of itself, would make the W a sweet one. But, to crawl out of a 5-goal hole to get the 2 points? That's how you ingrain belief in the team concept. On the other end of the rink, Bingo not only blew a 5 goal lead, but they blew a 3 goal lead going into the Third Period, which should be a death sentence for the trailing team in professional hockey. That's going to be a devastating pill for them to swallow psychologically.

    Aside from Panik, multi-point nights abounded for the Crunch, with Tyler Johnson racking up 3 helpers and Mark Barberio and Brett Connolly each getting 1 goal and 1 assist. Newcomer Dmitry Korobov also hit the scoresheet for the first time this season with a helper and was a solid +3 in the win.

    Syracuse ended up outshooting Binghamton 42-27 in the game. The Crunch conclude the weekend tomorrow against Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 5 years 26 weeks ago

    KHL (Russia)
    Cherepovets 2 vs. Omsk 3 (SO)
    Vasily Koshechkin, Cherepovets, Shootout Loss, 35/37, 1.85 GAA, .946 sv%
    Season totals: 17 GP, 7-8-2, 3 SO, 1.91 GAA, .936 sv%

    Vasily Koshechkin turned away 5 of 7 shootout attempts, but NHLer Sergei Kostitsyn's conversion in the 7th round delivered Omsk a 3-2 win over Cherepovets. Severstal play Khanty-Mansiysk on Monday.

  • 5 years 26 weeks ago

    Florida Everblades 3 @ Orlando Solar Bears 4 (SO)

    F Alex Hutchings, FLA: 0-0-0, E, 2 SOG, 0 PIM
    Season totals: 3 GP, 0-1-1, -1, 0 PIM

    D Charles Landry, FLA: 0-0-0, E, 1 SOG, 0 PIM
    Season totals: 3 GP, 0-1-1, +1, 2 PIM

    F Maxime Langelier-Parent, FLA: Did not play
    Season totals: 1 GP, 1-0-1, -1, 0 PIM
    (Syracuse Crunch contract)

    D Daniel Milan, FLA: Did not play
    Season totals: 2 GP, 0-0-0, -2, 0 PIM

    G Pat Nagle, FLA: 3 GA (2.77 GAA), 23 S / 26 SA (.885 SV%)
    Season totals: 3 GP, 1-0-1, 0 SO, 3.03 GAA, 77 S / 85 SA (.906 SV%)

    After yesterday's sizable defeat at the hands of the Solar Bears, the Everblades came to Orlando looking to spoil the inaugural home opener for their new in-state and divisional rival. To that end, Florida got on the right path, taking two first period leads, the first when Brandon MacLean found the net with what appeared to be fairly weak wrist-shot that handcuffed John Curry, Orlando's netminder, and when Matt Beca found space on a Florida power play, took a cross-ice feed at the right hash and quickly snapped the puck over a sprawling Curry. Both leads were short-lived, however, as Orlando found a way to make the most of its few chances in the first period. Pat Nagle, who got stronger as the game wore on, was first beat by a mid-range shot that he may not have seen much of but seemed to go through him. Then, with the period winding down, Orlando defenseman Michael Wilson took Solar Bear captain Ryan Cruthers' pass from the bench boards as he jumped into the neutral zone and began what should have been a routine 1-on-1 challenge but, after taking the puck to his backhand and protecting it, beat the Florida defender wide and somehow chipped the puck past Nagle, who looked to be in good position. Orlando took the longest-lasting lead when Solar Bear forward Nick Peterson drew Charles Landry to him as he stopped just inside the Florida blueline, then layed a nice, on-side touch pass to a hard-charging Danis-Pepin who deftly avoided the reaching stick-check of Bobby Raymond and capped the sequence with a heavy, well-placed wrist-shot that beat Nagle's glove just two minutes into the second period. The last scoring action before the shootout came when Beca scored his second of the game during a frantic goalmouth scramble that tied the game at three goals apiece with just a couple minutes into the final frame. The shootout went twelve rounds, with Orlando's Medvec and Hutchings the only two shooters to score on either goalie until Sean Lorenz beat Nagle five-hole and Curry squelched Florida's last hope when he subsequently came to the top of his crease to stop Aaron Bogosian's wrist-shot attempt from in-close and seal the win for the Solar Bears.

    Alex Hutchings didn't register an official point (though he scored in the shootout) but had a good showing tonight, playing effectively at even-strength, the PP and even on the PK in a few instances. Results-wise, he probably deserved better, as he rifled several shots that narrowly missed or were blocked and also sprung Florida forward Corey Trivino for an even-strength breakaway that Curry was able to thwart. Hutchings also showed a lot of moxie, taking plenty of punishment in stride tonight and even managing to dish out a few decent licks of his own. Landry's night, on the other hand, was more of a mixed bag. Despite playing big, mostly uneventful minutes, Landry got sloppy with outlets and in-zone passes on several occasions, the most notable instance when he used the end boards behind his net to blindly bank a pass to his partner which was intercepted by a hustling Solar Bear forward and nearly became a goal.

    Other thoughts and notes: Florida outshot Orlando 35-29 tonight, although at one point, midway through the third, the shots were 30-14 Florida before Orlando generated an impressive late-game surge. Perhaps strong emotions and some extra aggression should have been expected given this was the fourth meeting in just over a week's time between the two clubs; the game was, much to the crowd's delight, very physical for much of the game and, as a result, tempers flared early and often, especially after whistles. Both teams, consequently, combined for 59 penalty minutes. Daniel Milan and Maxime Langelier-Parent, still nursing injuries, sat again. Florida (2-1-1) plays host this Wednesday to South Carolina (2-1-0) as part of a two-game set.

    Official Recap | Box Score

    Alaska Aces 1 @ Utah Grizzlies 0

    F Nate Thompson, AK: 0-0-0, E, 4 SOG, 4 PIM
    Season totals: 4 GP, 0-0-0, -3, 8 PIM

    The previously undefeated Grizzlies held Alaska's trio of NHL forwards (Crabb, Dubinsky and Thompson) scoreless, despite their combined 13 shots on goal, in what turned out to be a goalie duel. Alaska's Mark Guggenberger earned a 23-save shutout but Utah's Andrew Engelage did all he could for the Grizzlies, stopping 38 of 39 shots against. Chris Haltigin scored the lone goal in the contest early in the third period after the puck found its way to him in the high slot as a result of a strong Aces forecheck generated a turnover. With the win tonight, Alaska halted its two-game losing streak. The Aces (2-2-0) will continue their home stand next Friday when the new San Francisco Bulls franchise (2-1-0) comes to Anchorage for a three-game weekend set.

    Official Recap | Box Score

  • 5 years 26 weeks ago

    Orlando Solar Bears 8 @ Florida Everblades 2

    F Alex Hutchings, FLA: 0-1-1, E, 3 SOG, 0 PIM
    Season totals: 2 GP, 0-1-1, -1, 0 PIM

    D Charles Landry, FLA: 0-0-0, E, 2 SOG, 0 PIM
    Season totals: 2 GP, 0-1-1, +1, 2 PIM

    F Maxime Langelier-Parent, FLA: Did not play
    Season totals: 1 GP, 1-0-1, -1, 0 PIM
    (Syracuse Crunch contract)

    D Daniel Milan, FLA: Did not play
    Season totals: 2 GP, 0-0-0, -2, 0 PIM

    G Pat Nagle, FLA: W, 3 GA (5.42 GAA), 21 S / 24 SA (.875 SV%)
    Season totals: 2 GP, 1-0-0, 0 SO, 3.22 GAA, 49 S / 54 SA (.907 SV%)

    The final score about says it all as the Orlando Solar Bears took the Florida Everblades to the proverbial woodshed this evening in Estero. The game quickly got ugly midway through the first period as Orlando scored four times in a six-minute span, putting Florida in a hole that would be four goals deeper by the end of the second. Ryan Cruthers (2 G) and Matt Sisca (3 A) led the onslaught for the Solar Bears, which outshot the Everblades in each period and 49 to 22 for the game en route to the new franchise's first win this season and in its extremely brief history. Carolina Hurricanes prospect G John Muse, who stopped 20 of 25 shots on the night, started the game for Florida but was finally pulled after Kyle Medvec made it 5-0 Solar Bears roughly seven minutes into the second. Pat Nagle would fare only slightly better in relief. Alex Hutchings (who tallied his first point of the season, an assist on Florida's first goal which came in the final frame) and Charles Landry were in lineup tonight and, on a night where the opponent scored seven even-strength goals, both managed to avoid minus ratings. Daniel Milan and Maxime Langelier-Parent sat due to injuries. It will be interesting to see if and how Florida Head Coach Greg Poss will tinker with the lineup for tomorrow night, when Florida (2-1-0) travels to Orlando (1-1-1) in what will be the Solar Bears inaugural home opener at the Amway Center.

    Official Recap | Box Score

    Alaska Aces 2 @ Utah Grizzlies 5

    F Nate Thompson, AK: 0-0-0, -1, 2 SOG, 2 PIM
    Season totals: 3 GP, 0-0-0, -3, 4 PIM

    Alaska (1-2-0) lost it's home opener and second consecutive game, despite putting up 35 shots and only allowing Utah (3-0-0) to get 22 of their own on net. Nate Thompson remains scoreless on the season while Washington Capitals forward Joey Crabb was back in the lineup and registered an assist, his fourth point in two games (2G, 2A so far). Brandon Dubinsky of the Columbus Blue Jackets finally scored his first goal with the Aces. Both teams square off again Saturday night in Anchorage.

    Official Recap | Box Score

  • 5 years 26 weeks ago

    McGill Redmen 1 @ No. 17 Harvard Crimson 5 (exhibition)

    F Brian Hart, HAR: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 1 SOG

    Harvard started their season with a big exhibition win over the alma mater of Lightning coaches Guy Boucher and Martin Raymond. McGill won the Canadian university national championship last season. This was Hart’s collegiate debut.

    Providence Friars 1 @ No. 4 Miami RedHawks 1

    F Jimmy Mullin, MIA: 0-0-0, E, 2 PIM (tripping), 0 SOG
    Season totals: 3 GP, 0-1-1, E, 2 PIM

    2012 Lightning prospect camper Austin Czarnik had an assist as Miami tied Providence on Friday night.

    Ohio State Buckeyes 1 @ No. 20 Quinnipiac Bobcats 1 (OT)

    F Matthew Peca, QU: 1-0-1, E, 0 PIM, 6 SOG, *First Star*
    Season totals: 4 GP, 1-1-2, -2, 2 PIM

    Peca (pictured) scored his first goal of the year and earned first star honors in the Bobcats’ tie against visiting Ohio State. Peca’s goal was unassisted and scored at even strength.

    No. 2 North Dakota Fighting Sioux 5 @ Alaska-Fairbanks Nanooks 0 (Alaska Goal Rush Tournament)

    F Brendan O’Donnell, UND: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 0 SOG
    Season totals: 1 GP, 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM

    UND got two goals from Habs prospect Mark MacMillan and the Sioux won their season opener, 5-0 over tournament host Alaska-Fairbanks.

    No. 1 Minnesota Golden Gophers 3 @ Michigan Tech Huskies 5

    G Adam Wilcox, MIN: No decision, 11 saves on 12 shots in relief
    Season totals: 1 GP, 1-0-0, 1.00 GAA, .909 sv%, 0 SO

    Freshman Adam Wilcox replaced an ineffective Michael Shibrowski in the second period and allowed one goal in 31 minutes as the top-ranked Gophers lost on the road at Michigan Tech in both teams’ conference opener. It was Minnesota’s first loss of the season.

    Canisius Griffins 0 @ No. 12 Western Michigan Broncos 3

    D Luke Witkowski, WMU: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 0 SOG
    Season totals: 3 GP, 0-2-2, E, 2 PIM

    The Broncos shut out the alma mater of Lightning prospect and reigning AHL Most Valuable Player Cory Conacher. Witkowski did not register a point. Lightning free agent target Danny DeKeyser had six shots on goal for WMU.

  • 5 years 26 weeks ago

    Quebec Major Junior Hockey League

    Blainville-Boisbriand Armada 4 @ Baie-Comeau Drakkar 5 (SO)

    C Cedric Paquette, BLB: 1-0-1, +1, 2 PIM (interference), 2 SOG, 1 Hit
    Season totals: 12 GP, 6-8-14, +10, 28 PIM

    Paquette scored his sixth goal of the season, but the Armada fell to the Drakkar, 5-4 in a shootout. Paquette was not one of the five shooters selected to participate in the shootout.

    Gatineau Olympiques 4 @ Val-d’Or Foreurs 7

    D Artem Sergeev, VDO: 0-2-2, -3, 2 PIM (tripping), 1 SOG, 1 Hit
    Season totals: 12 GP, 3-8-11, +4, 8 PIM

    One day after Artem Sergeev had his point streak snapped at four games, he earned two assists in a big Foreurs win over Gatineau. The only minus was just that – a minus-3 rating in a 4-goals-against game.

    Note: Nikita Kucherov (Quebec) remains out with a shoulder injury, but was cleared by Lightning doctors on Thursday. He is expected back within the next week.

    Ontario Hockey League

    Windsor Spitfires 1 @ Brampton Battalion 4

    D Dylan Blujus, BRAM: 0-0-0, +2, 0 PIM
    Season totals: 12 GP, 0-3-3, -7, 12 PIM

    Blujus’ scoreless streak reached six games, though he was on the ice for two of the three goals the Battalion scored in the first period.

    Ottawa 67’s 1 @ Owen Sound Attack 4

    D Jake Dotchin, OS: 1-0-1, +1, 2 PIM (tripping)
    Season totals: 10 GP, 1-2-3, E, 10 PIM

    Dotchin (pictured) scored his first goal of the year and earned his first point since opening night to help the Attack beat the 67’s on Friday night, 4-1. Dotchin had three goals in 64 games last season.

    Sarnia Sting 3 @ Guelph Storm 6

    C/W Tanner Richard, GUE: Did not play.
    Season totals: 8 GP, 1-11-12, +3, 19 PIM

    Richard served the second game of a 2-game suspension for instigating a fight in the last five minutes of a game.

  • 5 years 26 weeks ago

    Tic gets on track.

    SYR-3
    ALB-2

    Dustin Tokarski (pictured) allowed 2 goals on 27 shots for his first victory of the season. That was a very solid rebound performance, especially in the Third Period, after an ugly stat line on opening night. So Tic just raised Riku, and we'll see what Helenius can do tomorrow to answer. It's great to have two really good young goaltenders who are the cusp of making the jump to the bigs pushing each other.

    First Period
    ALB Hoeffel, (1) (Josefson), 0:58
    SYR Johnson, (4) (Palat, Conacher), 7:45 (PP)
    ALB Tedenby, (1) (Sestito), 16:44

    Second Period
    SYR Brown, (1) (Killorn, Namestnikov), 10:44 (PP)
    SYR Angelidis, (3) (Barberio, Nightingale), 16:44

    Third Period
    NO SCORING

    Mike Angelidis and Mark Barberio were the game's first and third stars. Tic was robbed.

    J.T. Brown scored his first goal as an AHLer to tie the game up in the second stanza.

    There's a little rust on this Syracuse team that still needs to be knocked off. The east-west guys are still getting their timing back and the north-south guys, stylistically, are clearly ahead. So, I'd definitely say the Paniks and the Connollys are still feeling things out. It'll come, though. It's good to be 2-0-0-1 knowing these guys aren't close to what they're capable of yet.

    For being such a young pup, Vladislav Namestnikov is holding his own. His power play assist from the Hershey game got switched to Cory Conacher shortly after the game, but he got his second helper of the season tonight and looks every bit as feisty as the scouting report says he is, even despite being on the skinny side. It wouldn't shock me, at all, if he had a really good second half once Coach Cooper gets him settled in. There's a slightly built guy wearing #12 for the Crunch who had a similar story last season.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 5 years 26 weeks ago

    Elitserien (Sweden)
    MODO 2 vs. Brynas 1
    Johan Harju, Brynas, 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM, 2 SOG
    Season totals: 15 GP, 5-2-7, +5, 6 PIM

    Ex-Springfield Falcon David Spina had a helper for MODO in their 2-1 victory over Brynas. Johan Harju was -1 in the match. Brynas faces Farjestads on Thursday.

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