Game Night Results

  • 6 years 15 weeks ago

    2008 USHL CLARK CUP PLAYOFFS – ROUND 1

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

    W/C Luca Cunti, CHI:
    Game: 1-1-2, +1, 2 PIM (high sticking), 2 shots on goal

    Chicago upset top-seeded Indiana 4-3 on Indiana’s home ice to take an early 1-0 lead in the Best of 5 series. Cunti scored Chicago’s second goal late in the second period to tie the game at 2. He would earn the secondary assist on the Steel’s third goal, which came just a minute after the Ice had taken a 3-2 lead early in the third period. Chicago would score the game winner with 2 1/2 minutes left in the third. Game 2 is Saturday in Indiana.

  • 6 years 15 weeks ago

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

    Game 2: (8) Mississippi Sea Wolves 2 @ (1) Texas Wildcatters 5
    Texas leads Best of 5 series 2-0

    G Ryan Munce: 59:57 mins (L), 33 shots, 28 Saves, 5 GA
    F Zbynek Hrdel: 0-0-0, even, 2 PIMs (cross-checking), 0 SOG
    F Marek Kvapil: 0-1-1, even, 0 PIMs, 1 SOG

    Ryan Munce allowed a very pedestrian 5 goals on 33 shots and the Sea Wolves dropped Game 2 of their playoff series against Texas by a score of 5-2 Thursday night. Marek Kvapil returned to the Wolves lineup, assisting on Mississippi's first goal, a third-period power play marker. The Sea Wolves return home to the Mississippi Coast Coliseum needing to win both Saturday and Sunday to force a final Game 5 back in Texas on Tuesday.

    The Wildcatters now lead the series 2-0 with Game 3 of the series Saturday night in Biloxi, MS.

  • 6 years 16 weeks ago

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

    Game 1: (8) Mississippi Sea Wolves 1 @ (1) Texas Wildcatters 4
    Texas leads Best of 5 series 1-0

    G Ryan Munce: 59:11 mins (L), 54 shots, 51 saves, 3 GA
    F Zbynek Hrdel: 0-0-0, Even, 2 PIMs (roughing), 0 SOG
    F Marek Kvapil: DNP

    Ryan Munce stopped 51 shots against the league-best Texas Wildcatters in their first game of the ECHL playoffs Wednesday night, but it wasn't enough as Texas took a 1-0 series lead by winning 4-1 in front of a sparse home crowd of 688. The Wildcatters threw a jaw-dropping 55 shots on goal en route to the victory.

    Game 2 of the series is tonight in Beaumont, TX.

    Tampa Bay Lightning ECHL Regular Season Stats on the flip.

  • 6 years 16 weeks ago

    Results from Sarnia, Lethbridge, and Seattle.

  • 6 years 16 weeks ago

    Admirals lose with just 50 seconds left on the clock. Ouch.

    NOR-1
    ALB-2

    Marc Denis stopped 24 of 26 shots in the loss.

    First Period
    ALB Blanchard, (10) (McLeod, Angelidis), 7:21

    Second Period
    NOR Segal, (12) (Mihalik, Jones), 17:50

    Third Period
    ALB Conboy, (2) (Jensen, Petruzalek), 19:10

    In his last 17 games Brandon Segal has notched 7 goals and 11 points. Segal was acquired at the deadline for veteran defenseman Jay Leach and has one year remaining on his NHL contract.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 6 years 16 weeks ago

    OHL WESTERN CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS

    Game 3: (6) Sarnia Sting 2 @ (1) Kitchener Rangers 6
    Kitchener leads Best of 7 series 3-0

    C Steven Stamkos*, SAR:
    Game: 0-0-0, -3, 2 PIM (cross-checking)
    Series: 3 GP, 2-0-2, -1, 6 PIM
    Playoffs: 8 GP, 11-0-11, +1, 16 PIM
    Season: 61 GP, 58-47-105, +18, 88 PIM

    The top team in all of Canadian juniors and Memorial Cup hosts, the Kitchener Rangers are one win away from putting away the Cinderella Sarnia Sting and super-prospect Steven Stamkos. Kitchener broke a 2-2 tie late in the first period and never looked back on their way to a 6-2 win in Kitchener while holding Stamkos scoreless for the second time in three games. All-everything goalie Steve Mason (Columbus – 3rd round ’06) left the Kitchener net late in the second period when, according to the Waterloo Record, it appeared his leg buckled and he fell over. Neither Mason nor the Rangers are saying what’s wrong with the reigning CHL Goaltender of the Week. Game 4 is tonight (Wednesday) in Sarnia.

    *Stamkos, though not Tampa Bay Lightning property, is the consensus No.1 pick in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft. The Lightning holds the top pick.

    WHL EASTERN CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS

    Game 3: (3) Lethbridge Hurricanes 5 @ (5) Kootenay Ice 2
    Lethbridge leads Best of 7 series 2-1

    C Mitch Fadden, LET:
    Game: 1-0-1, E, 2 PIM (holding-opponent’s-stick)
    Series: 3 GP, 2-1-3, +1, 9 PIM
    Playoffs: 9 GP, 4-7-11, -1, 13 PIM (plus 10 min misconduct)

    To say Lethbridge dominated may be an understatement as they went into Kootenay and outshot the Ice 51-13, including 17-6 after one period. Despite the first period shot advantage, Kootenay took a 1-0 lead into the second period until the Hurricanes onslaught began. Lethbridge would score the game’s next 5 goals, including Fadden’s power play marker to make it 2-1. Lethbridge had 16 power play opportunities to Kootenay’s 4. Game 4 is tonight (Wednesday) in Kootenay.

    For results from Seattle, see: Helenius Makes 42 Saves in Thunderbirds’ Loss

  • 6 years 16 weeks ago

    WHL WESTERN CONFERENCE SEMI-FINALS

    Game 3: (1) Tri-City Americans 3 @ (4) Seattle Thunderbirds 2
    Tri-City leads Best of 7 series 2-1

    G Riku Helenius, SEA:
    Game: Loss, 42 saves on 45 shots
    Playoffs: 9 GP, 4-4-1, 2.70 GAA, .911 sv%

  • 6 years 16 weeks ago

    Game 2 summaries for Lethbridge and Seattle.

  • 6 years 16 weeks ago

    Green Bay Gamblers 2 @ Chicago Steel 3
    W/C Luca Cunti, CHI: 0-1-1, +1, 0 PIM, 2 shots on goal

    Chicago ended their season with a win over last place Green Bay. As the East Division’s No.4 seed, the Steel will open their first round playoff matchup against the top-seeded Indiana Ice on Thursday. Indiana won the season series 4-3 over Chicago, though the Steel pounded the Ice 10-3 in November.

    Cunti ended his regular season with 11 goals and 21 assists for 32 points in 34 games. He had a plus-16 rating and 37 penalty minutes while averaging more than 2 shots per game.

  • 6 years 16 weeks ago

    The Lightning pull out a dramatic victory in the Steve Stamkos sweeps in the final game of the year.

    TB-1
    ATL-4

    Mike Smith stopped 20 of 23 shots for the loss.

    Matt Smaby was -1 in 17:27 with 2 shots and 1 blocked shot.

    The big payoff? The Lightning now have a 48.2% chance of getting the #1 pick in the draft this summer and super prospect center Steve Stamkos of Sarnia.

    Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

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