Game Night Results

  • 5 years 41 weeks ago

    QMJHL

    Quebec Remparts 1 @ Gatineau Olympiques 2
    D Adam Janosik, GAT: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 1 SOG, 1 Hit
    Season Totals: 48 GP, 6-20-26, +9, 28 PIM

    A big win for Gatineau over the TELUS East Division-leading Remparts. The Olympiques have clinched a playoff spot and sit in fourth in the TELUS West Division, one point behind Shawinigan.

    Montreal Juniors 4 @ Lewiston MAINEiacs 3
    D Charles Landry, MTL: 1-0-1, +2, 0 PIM, 1 SOG, 1 Hit
    Season Totals: 46 GP, 10-27-37, +22, 24 PIM

    Landry’s career high 10th goal of the season was scored on the power play in the first period to give Montreal a 1-0 lead. The Juniors would later fall behind 3-1 before storming back for a 4-3 win. The game winning goal was scored by Jeremy Gouchie (undrafted) with 35 seconds left in the game. Montreal leads the TELUS West Division with 86 points, five more than Drummondville. They have clinched a playoff spot. Only St. John (95) has more points in the Q.

    OHL

    Owen Sound Attack 4 @ Niagara IceDogs 3
    D Geoffrey Schemitsch, OS: Did not play (injured - broken arm)
    Season totals: 45 GP, 1-19-20, +17, 14 PIM
    G Michael Zador, OS: Did not play (backup)
    With Attack: 11 GP, 7-2-0-0, 3.19 GAA, .895 sv%, 0 SO
    With Oshawa: 18 GP, 10-3-1-1, 3.36 GAA, .879 sv%, 1 SO
    Season Totals: 29 GP, 17-5-1-1, 3.29 GAA, .885 sv%, 1 SO

    Owen Sound maintained their five point lead in the Western Conference over Saginaw with a win in St. Catherines. They have clinched a playoff spot.

  • 5 years 41 weeks ago

    Outclassed.

    DET-6
    TB-2

    Dwayne Roloson allowed 6 goals on 31 shots in the loss.

    First Period
    06:40 DET Cleary (18), Lidstrom (34), Zetterberg (45)(PP)
    14:57 DET Datsyuk (15), Cleary (14), Kronwall (18)

    Second Period
    11:51 TB Hedman (3), Gagne (10)
    14:38 TB Downie (8), Stamkos (35), St Louis (48)
    16:34 DET Kronwall (10), Zetterberg (46), Lidstrom (35)(PP)
    18:00 DET Abdelkader (4), Holmstrom (13), Kindl (1)

    Third Period
    11:39 DET Datsyuk (16), Hudler (19), Cleary (15)
    18:09 DET Helm (7), unassisted

    That was tough to take. The Lightning seemed preoccupied with the mystique of this game from the start and weren't minding the details of their system. So, they looked tactically impotent for most of the first half of the hockey game. They were generating no zone time and few chances, and Detroit hopped out to a 2-0 lead by playing meat and potatoes hockey by getting pucks on net and get traffic and rebounds. Hedman made a good individual play to get it to 2-1 and the Lightning started to generate more pressure and chances and got it to 2-2 pretty quickly. At that point, hope abounded that the Lightning could at least get a point out of the night. But a questionable goaltender interference call on Lecavalier was converted by the Wings and then the bottom fell out. That's the Achilles heel of this Lightning club, in my mind. They can't seem to apply their system and maintain focus for 60 minutes. They're good enough to be a very good regular season team even though they only play their best 30-40 minutes at a time, but it seems unlikely you can survive very long in the playoffs with that lack of mental discipline to do the little things at top speed for a full 60 minutes, and sometimes more, every game.

    The good news is that it's February, and not April, and this is 1 game of 82 and not 1 game in a 7 game series. Yes, it's disappointing that the team wasn't as competitive against the Wings as they might've liked (I believe they tied 1-1 in Detroit in 2004 in the Cup season), but there's a lot of hockey left to play, and I suspect Steve Yzerman may well be on the lookout for a little more veteran leadership for this group now after what he witnessed tonight.

    Michael Vernace was -1 in 7:50 of ice time.

    Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

  • 5 years 41 weeks ago

    Sodertalje 0 @ Lulea 3
    Riku Helenius, Sodertalje, DNP
    Season totals: 17 GP, 4-10-0, 0 SO, 2.89 GAA, .890 sv%

    New York Islanders prospect Anders Nilsson stopped 25 shots to shutout Sodertalje 3-0. Sodertalje slipped 5 points out of a playoff spot with the loss and have a slim 2 point lead on 11th and 12th place MODO and Frolunda in the team's quest to avoid the Kval till Elitserien promotion/relegation stage. There are 7 games remaining in the Elitserien regular season.

  • 5 years 41 weeks ago

    BCHL

    Westside Warriors 4 @ Penticton Vees 5
    C Brendan O’Donnell, PEN: 1-0-1, 0 PIM
    Season totals: 56 GP, 26-42-68, 26 PIM

    O’Donnell’s 26th goal of the season came on the power play.

    OHL

    London Knights 4 @ Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 1
    D Brock Beukeboom, SSM: Did not play (injured - concussion)
    Season Totals: 44 GP, 1-7-8, -11, 54 PIM

    Beukeboom has now missed the Soo’s last five games with a concussion.

    Owen Sound Attack 2 @ Erie Otters 6
    D Geoffrey Schemitsch, OS: Did not play (injured - broken arm)
    Season totals: 45 GP, 1-19-20, +17, 14 PIM
    G Michael Zador, OS: Loss, 19 saves on 25 shots
    With Attack: 11 GP, 7-2-0-0, 3.19 GAA, .895 sv%, 0 SO
    With Oshawa: 18 GP, 10-3-1-1, 3.36 GAA, .879 sv%, 1 SO
    Season Totals: 29 GP, 17-5-1-1, 3.29 GAA, .885 sv%, 1 SO

    Zador got a second straight start for the Attack after stopping 37 of 38 shots in a close win vs. Plymouth his last game. He did not fare nearly as well as Owen Sound was beaten handily by an inferior Erie squad, 6-2, despite only being outshot 25-24. Zador’s personal five game win streak came to an end.

    WHL

    Medicine Hat Tigers 4 @ Saskatoon Blades 5 (OT)
    D Teigan Zahn, SAS: 0-0-0, +1, 2 PIM (roughing)
    Season totals: 58 GP, 3-14-17, +20, 125 PIM

    Kings first rounder Brayden Schenn scored his 12th goal in 13 games - a goal that came in overtime Wednesday to thwart a full Tigers comeback and give the Blades a win. Medicine Hat scored twice in the late third to tie the game, including a shorthanded goal with 1:15 to go by California native Emerson Etem. The Ducks first round pick last summer scored twice in the game. He has 32 goals on the year. The Tigers’ Linden Vey, also a Kings pick (4/2009) had three assists in the game to regain the WHL scoring lead with 95 points in 55 games (38 goals).

  • 5 years 41 weeks ago

    Cherepovets 2 @ Kazan 1
    Vasily Koshechkin, Cherepovets, Win, 18/19, 1.00 GAA, .947 sv%
    Season totals: 31 GP, 17-14-0, 2 SO, 2.92 GAA, .906 sv%

    Dmitri Kazionov, Kazan, DNP
    Season totals: 43 GP, 2-4-6, +5, 30 PIM

    Forward Evgeny Ketov scored the game winning goal in Cherepovets' 2-1 win over Kazan. Vasily Koshechkin stopped 18 shots for the victory.

    Dynamo Riga 2 @ Ufa 3 (OT)
    Martins Karsums, Dynamo Riga, 1-0-1, -1, 0 PIM, 2 SOG
    Season totals: 50 GP, 16-13-29, -5, 46 PIM

    Martins Karsums scored his 16th goal of the season in 13:16 of ice time in Riga's 3-2 overtime loss to Ufa. Former NHLer Viktor Kozlov scored the overtime winner in the match. Ex-Predators first rounder Alexander Radulov led all scorers with 1 goal and 1 assist in the match for Ufa. Radulov currently leads the KHL in scoring by a commanding 15 points over teammate and former Edmonton farmhand Patrick Thoresen.

  • 5 years 42 weeks ago

    WHL

    Tri-City Americans 2 @ Kamloops Blazers 3 (SO)
    RW Carter Ashton, TC: 1-0-1, -1, 0 PIM, *Third Star*
    With Tri-City: 15 GP, 8-15-23, +1, 30 PIM
    With Regina: 29 GP, 16-11-27, -12, 44 PIM
    Season Totals: 44 GP, 24-26-50, -11, 70 PIM

    Ashton scored for the second straight game, but the Americans lost the shootout 2-0 and the game 3-2. He did not participate in the shootout. Ashton, who scored on the power play, has goals in consecutive games after going seven games without a goal. With the goal he matched his point total from his draft year at 50 and is within one point of his career high, set last year with Lethbridge and Regina. His career high for goals in 30, set in his draft year with the Hurricanes.

    Saskatoon Blades 4 @ Brandon Wheat Kings 7
    D Teigan Zahn, SAS: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM
    Season totals: 56 GP, 3-13-16, +19, 123 PIM

    Saskatoon’s 11 game unbeaten streak came to an end against Brandon. Stars 2009 first round draft pick Scott Glennie had a hat trick for the Wheaties. He has 26 goals and 70 points in 57 games this season. Senators sixth rounder (2010) Mark Stone had six points in the game for Brandon. (TC Americans photo)

  • 5 years 42 weeks ago

    No cigar.

    PHI-4
    TB-3 (SO)

    Dwayne Roloson allowed 3 goals on 29 shots before allowing 2 of 7 shooters to convert in the shootout loss.

    First Period
    12:42 PHI van Riemsdyk (13), Giroux (33), Carter (24)

    Second Period
    00:59 TB Moore (10), Hall (6)
    07:33 PHI Hartnell (18), van Riemsdyk (13), Meszaros (16)(PP)
    08:48 PHI Powe (5), unassisted (PS)(SH)
    09:55 TB Lecavalier (13), Bergeron (3), St Louis (47)(PP)
    10:48 TB Purcell (12), Kubina (17), Vernace (1)

    Third Period
    NO SCORING

    Overtime
    NO SCORING

    Shootout
    PHI- Richards, Timonen
    TB- Moore

    Dominic Moore and Victor Hedman were the game's first and third stars.

    I give a lot of credit for how the Lightning responded to falling behind by a pair of goals. They responded to adversity the exact opposite to how they did in the last Buffalo game, and that's a welcome sight to see.

    Good news/bad news: the Lightning fall 5 points back of the Flyers for 1st place in the conference, but they did move to 6 points ahead of Washington in the Southeast Division with 25 games left in the regular season.

    Johan Harju was +1 in 8:24.

    Michael Vernace had his first NHL assist and was +1 with 1 shot and 1 hit in 10:44.

    Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

  • 5 years 42 weeks ago

    So close, and yet so far.

    HER-2
    NOR-1

    Mike Smith allowed 2 goals on 20 shots for the loss.

    First Period
    HER Collins, (4) (Beagle, Yeo), 14:12

    Second Period
    NOR Angelidis, (16) (Quick, Wright), 10:50
    HER Aucoin, (15) (Yeo, Greentree), 19:42

    Third Period
    NO SCORING

    Mike Angelidis was the game's third star.

    Norfolk outshot Hershey 30-20, but journeyman Todd Ford stopped 29 shots for the win.

    The tight loss drops Norfolk 7 points behind 2nd place Hershey. Fortunately for the Admirals, Charlotte lost to Albany tonight, so they remain 1 point back of 3rd place. However, they now find themselves in a spot they didn't want to be in, having squandered a game in hand and holding just a 3 point lead over 5th place Binghamton. That means Norfolk, which was robbed blind a season go, could find themselves praying the crossover delivers them to the playoffs this year. If Norfolk were to finish in 5th in the East Division, but have more points that the 4th place team in the Atlantic, they would crossover and likely draw either Manchester or Portland in the opening round. Currently, the Admirals hold a 7 point lead over Worcester, which is in 4th in the Atlantic. However, the Sharks do hold 3 games in hand.

    26 games remain in the regular season. Norfolk plays East Division 1st place team Wilkes-Barre/Scranton on Friday at Scope.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 5 years 42 weeks ago

    The Beanpot
    Consolation Game

    Harvard Crimson 5 vs. #15 Boston Terriers 4

    F Alex Killorn, HAR: 2-0-2, +2, 4 PIM, 3 SOG
    Season totals: 24 GP, 10-11-21, +4, 32 PIM

    Killorn scored two second period goals to help Harvard upset BU in the consolation game of the Beanpot tournament. It was the first win for Harvard over BU in the Beanpot since 1994. The two teams will face each other in the semi-finals next year in the 60th Beanpot tournament.

    Killorn now has a career high in goals and points scored, passing last year's total of nine goals and 20 points.

    #1 Boston College needed overtime to beat Northeastern 7-6 in this years Beanpot final. It was BC's 16th Beanpot title and third in last four years.

  • 5 years 42 weeks ago

    BCHL

    Penticton Vees 4 @ Prince George Spruce Kings 3 (OT)
    C Brendan O’Donnell, PEN: 0-0-0, 0 PIM
    Season totals: 55 GP, 25-42-67, 24 PIM

    The Vees gave up leads of 2-0 and 3-1, but still prevailed in overtime. Fresh off a hat trick Saturday night, O’Donnell was held off the scoresheet Sunday.

    USHL

    Fargo Force 6 @ Muskegon Lumberjacks 4
    C Jimmy Mullin, FGO: 0-1-1, +2, 0 PIM, 1 SOG
    Season totals: 35 GP, 15-26-41, +21, 20 PIM

    The Force scored the game’s final five goals to earn a road win.

    OHL

    Guelph Storm 3 @ London Knights 2
    C/W Richard Panik, GUE: Did not play (injured – knee)
    With Guelph: 22 GP, 12-12-24, -6, 34 PIM
    With Belleville: 27 GP, 14-17-31, E, 33 PIM
    Season totals: 49 GP, 26-29-55, -6, 67 PIM

    Panik missed the game with a knee injury. No details have been released on the severity of the injury. He scored a goal in the third period of Saturday night’s game, so if he was hurt, it happened late – or they kept him out as a precaution. It’s all speculation at this point. Guelph put up 50 shots on London Sunday, scoring three times in the third period to erase a 2-0 deficit and steal a win.

    WHL

    Tri-City Americans 6 @ Chilliwack Bruins 1
    RW Carter Ashton, TC: 1-2-3, +2, 0 PIM, *First Star*
    With Tri-City: 14 GP, 7-15-22, +2, 30 PIM
    With Regina: 29 GP, 16-11-27, -12, 44 PIM
    Season Totals: 43 GP, 23-26-49, -10, 70 PIM

    Ashton broke a seven game goal-less drought and notched three points, helping TC to a big win in Chilliwack.

    Prince George Cougars 4 @ Red Deer Rebels 3
    RW Brett Connolly, PG: 2-0-2, E, 0 PIM, *First Star*
    Season totals: 44 GP, 35-21-56, -6, 22 PIM

    Prince George saw their 2-1 third period lead turn into a 3-2 deficit before Connolly scored with just under two minutes left in the game to tie game, and again in overtime to win it for the Cougars. Connolly is up to eighth in the league in goals scored. Undersized center Tyler Johnson of Spokane (undrafted overager) leads with 43. Possible first overall pick in 2011, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, was scoreless Sunday against the Cougars for the Rebels.

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