Game Night Results

  • 6 years 14 weeks ago

    WHL EASTERN CONFERENCE FINALS

    Game 2: (3) Lethbridge Hurricanes 4 @ (1) Calgary Hitmen 3 (OT)
    Lethbridge leads Best of 7 series 2-0

    C Mitch Fadden, LET:
    Game: 0-2-2, +2, 0 PIM
    Series: 2 GP, 0-5-5, +3, 0 PIM
    Playoffs: 13 GP, 4-14-18, +2, 13 PIM (plus 10 min misconduct)

    Austin Fyten (1991) scored his first WHL goal at 2:37 of overtime to give Lethbridge a 4-3 Game 2 win and a commanding 2-0 lead in their Eastern Conference Finals series with Calgary. Fadden had 2 more assists for Lethbridge, giving him 5 in the series so far. Just 31 seconds after Calgary had taken a 3-1 lead on the power play in the second period, Fadden set up Zach Boychuk (2008 eligible) to make it 3-2. The ‘Canes scored the game-tier with under 4 minutes remaining in the third period. The series now moves to Lethbridge for Game 3 on Tuesday night.

  • 6 years 14 weeks ago

    2008 USHL CLARK CUP PLAYOFFS – ROUND 1

    Game 4: (1) Indiana Ice 0 @ (4) Chicago Steel 5
    Chicago wins Best of 5 series 3-1

    W/C Luca Cunti, CHI:
    Game: 0-0-0, E, 2 shots on goal
    Series: 4 GP, 2-1-3, +1, 2 PIM, 8 shots on goal

    Chicago broke a 0-0 second period tie with two goals before adding three power play markers in the third period to close out their first round series with an upset over top-seeded Indiana. After being named third star in Game 3, Cunti was scoreless for the Steel in the clincher. Chicago will now play second-seeded Waterloo in the Clark Cup Semi-Finals.

  • 6 years 14 weeks ago

    WHL EASTERN CONFERENCE FINALS

    Game 1: (3) Lethbridge Hurricanes 5 @ (1) Calgary Hitmen 2
    Lethbridge leads Best of 7 series 1-0

    C Mitch Fadden, LET:
    Game: 0-3-3, +1, 0 PIM, *First Star*
    Playoffs: 12 GP, 4-12-16, E, 13 PIM (plus 10 min misconduct)

    Lethbridge struck first in the WHL’s Eastern Conference Finals by getting out to a quick 2-0 lead and staying ahead of the Hitmen long enough for a 5-2 win. Lightning prospect Mitch Fadden had 3 assists for the Hurricanes, earning first star honors for the third time in the playoffs. Game 2 is tonight (Friday) in Calgary.

  • 6 years 15 weeks ago

    2008 USHL CLARK CUP PLAYOFFS – ROUND 1

    Game 3: (1) Indiana Ice 1 @ (4) Chicago Steel 3
    Chicago leads Best of 5 series 2-1

    W/C Luca Cunti, CHI:
    Game: 1-0-1, +1, 5 shots on goal, *Third Star*
    Series: 3 GP, 2-1-3, +1, 2 PIM, 8 shots on goal

    Cunti scored what would be the game winning goal midway through the second period to give Chicago a 2-1 lead and the Steel is now one win away from upsetting top seeded Indiana in the first round of the Clark Cup playoffs. Chicago would add an insurance goal on a penalty shot in the third to cap the win. Cunti was named third star for his efforts. Chicago can close out the series at home on Friday night.

  • 6 years 15 weeks ago

    2008 ECHL Kelly Cup Playoffs - Series B
    American Conference - Division Quarterfinals

    Game 4: (1) Texas Wildcatters 5 @ (8) Mississippi Sea Wolves 3
    Texas wins Best of 5 series 3-1

    G Ryan Munce: 58:45 mins (L), 39 shots, 34 Saves, 5 GA
    F Marek Kvapil: 1-1-2, -2, 0 PIMs, 6 SOG, *THIRD STAR*
    F Zbynek Hrdel: DNP

    The Texas Wildcatters defeated the Mississippi Sea Wolves Sunday night by a score of 5-3, ending the Wolves' bid to continue post-season play. Marek Kvapil scored a power play marker in the first period and assisted on Michael Couch's second period goal. The Wolves would knot the game at 3-3 early in the third period before Ryan Munce would give up two Wildcatter goals down the stretch. Munce stopped 34 shots, but surrended 5 goals to the top-seed Texas. Kvapil finished the playoffs 2-3-5 in 3gp including 2 power-play goals.

  • 6 years 15 weeks ago

    2008 ECHL Kelly Cup Playoffs - Series B
    American Conference - Division Quarterfinals

    Game 3: (1) Texas Wildcatters 3 @ (8) Mississippi Sea Wolves 4 (OT)
    Texas leads Best of 5 series 2-1

    G Ryan Munce: 64:06 mins (W), 38 shots, 35 Saves, 3 GA
    F Marek Kvapil: 1-1-2, +1, 2 PIMs (slashing), 4 SOG
    F Zbynek Hrdel: DNP

    Ryan Munce bounced back in front of a home crowd of 2,172 Saturday night stopping 35 shots as the Mississippi Sea Wolves pulled off a sudden death OT winner in Game 3 against top-seed Texas. Marek Kvapil scored a 2nd period power play marker to put the Wolves up 3-2, and then assisted on Mike Hartwick's OT stunner forcing Game 4 tonight at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum.

    The Wildcatters lead the series 2-1, but can still end the Wolves' season with a Game 4 victory tonight in Biloxi, MS.

  • 6 years 15 weeks ago

    2008 USHL CLARK CUP PLAYOFFS – ROUND 1

    Game 2: (4) Chicago Steel 2 @ (1) Indiana Ice 7
    Best of 5 series tied 1-1

    W/C Luca Cunti, CHI:
    Game: 0-0-0, -1, 1 shot on goal
    Series: 2 GP, 1-1-2, E, 2 PIM, 3 shots on goal

    Chicago took a 2-1 lead into the second period, then watched as top-seeded Indiana scored the game’s next 6 goals to tie the first round series at 1. Game 3 is Tuesday in Chicago.

  • 6 years 15 weeks ago

    The Ads send a season ending message: "We'll be back." Punctuation mark.

    NOR-3
    WBS-2 (OT)

    Marc Denis stopped 27 of 29 shots for the victory to help spoil Dennis Bonvie's final regular season game in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.

    First Period
    WBS Smith, (22) , 14:53
    WBS Gove, (23) (Stone, Engelland), 19:31

    Second Period
    NOR Tyrell, (1) (Jones, Klinkhammer), 7:47

    Third Period
    NOR Wanvig, (23) (Szczechura, Schneider), 17:35

    Overtime
    NOR Szczechura, (16) (Segal), 0:41

    Congratulations to Dana Tyrell on scoring his first professional goal. The 2007 2nd round pick finishes his ATO with Norfolk with 1 goal and 6 points in 11 games with a +1 rating and 6 penalty minutes.

    With the win, Norfolk surpassed the 28 wins of the Springfield Falcons of a year ago and finished 6 points ahead of the former Lightning affiliate's total from a season ago. It's progress, however modest.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 6 years 15 weeks ago

    Mitch Fadden notches two assists to help Lethbridge move on to the Conference Finals and an injured Riku Helenius watches as the Thunderbirds end their season.

  • 6 years 15 weeks ago

    A big win for a young team.

    NOR-3
    BNG-2

    Jonathan Boutin stopped 30 of 32 shots for the win to break a personal seven game losing streak. The win also helped Boutin raise his save percentage back to .900 for the season. It's been a roller coaster ride all year for Boutin as he seems to win and lose games in month long streaks. At one point a little over a month ago he seemed to be coming into his own showing a winning record and a save percentage above .910. Unfortunately he hasn't shown the ability to step up and win games on his own in the last month, which is the next big hurdle he has to get over in his professional development. The legitimate starters don't post 7 game losing streaks. They find a way to pull out wins even when the team in front of them struggles. Boutin isn't quite to that point yet.

    First Period
    NOR Wanvig, (21) (Tyrell, Crowley), 1:38
    BNG Dimitrakos, (20) (Kinch, Smith), 17:48

    Second Period
    NOR Keller, (15) (Schneider, Segal), 7:46
    BNG Hennessy, (22) (Carkner, Zubov), 10:10

    Third Period
    NOR Wanvig, (22) (Tyrell, Jones), 1:38

    Kyle Wanvig and Justin Keller were named the game's first and second stars.

    Congratulations to Dane Crowley on his first professional point and congratulations to Dana Tyrell on his first professional multi-point game.

    With the win, Norfolk matches the win total set a year ago by the Lightning farmhands in Springfield of 28. They've also accumulated 4 more points than the Falcons did last season. The importance of hitting this milestone cannot be underestimated, in my opinion. It would have been a terrible blow to the organization if the move to Norfolk and the time spent developing their prospects hadn't shown any measure of improvement on the ice. Modest as it may be, these Admirals have gotten better compared to last year's Falcons, and they'll have one more swing at besting last year's win total tomorrow night against the Pens. It'll be a tough nut to crack against the division leaders, but it would be a heck of a way to end the season if the Ads could pull off one more big upset to head into the offseason on a high note.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

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