Game Night Results

  • 6 years 35 weeks ago

    This past weekend, Lightning General Manager Jay Feaster and Norfolk Admirals General Manager Claude Loiselle spent the All-Star break touring Western Canada watching potential and future Bolts.

    Among the games the duo took in were the CHL Top Prospects Game and two games featuring 2007 second round pick Dana Tyrell. On Thursday night, Tyrell scored 2 goals in a 5-4 Prince George shootout loss to Lightning 2006 6th rounder Dana Crowley and Everett in front of Lightning leadership. After a game in Vancouver to see the Giants and Tri-City Americans on Friday, they saw Tyrell again, this time against Lightning 2007 4th rounder Mitch Fadden - a game that was a 9-0 blowout for Fadden and Lethbridge. Fadden had 2 assists in the game.

    Feaster provided a quick review of the Lightning draftees for BoltProspects.

  • 6 years 35 weeks ago

    Johan Harju had 2 penalty minutes in Lulea's 4-3 loss to MODO. Lulea is currently 11th in the 12 team league.

  • 6 years 35 weeks ago

    BCHL
    Langley Chiefs 2 @ Victoria Grizzlies 0
    W Justin Courtnall, VIC: 0-0-0, 0 PIM

    WHL
    Seattle Thunderbirds 3 @ Tri-City Americans 1
    G Riku Helenius, SEA: Did not play

    Lethbridge Hurricanes 8 @ Kamloops Blazers 1
    C Mitch Fadden, LET: 1-0-1, E, 17 PIM (unsportsmanlike conduct, fighting major-game misconduct), *Second Star*

    The line of Zach Boychuck, Fadden, and Colton Sceviour (Dallas 4th round 2007) combined for 7 points and 39 PIM as they all received fighting majors in a brawl that took place with just over a minute left in the one-sided game. The three took all three star awards for the game, with Boychuck being the first star for his 2+1.

    Lightning General Manager Jay Feaster and Norfolk General Manager Claude Loiselle were scheduled to be in Edmonton last night for the Oil Kings-Medicine Hat Tigers game.

    The Tigers won the game 7-1. Notable draft eligible players (CSS Midterm rankings)include:

  • 6 years 35 weeks ago

    Following last Wednesday night's ECHL All-Star game in Stockton, CA, the Mississippi Sea Wolves had the unenviable task of starting the second half of the season with a three-in-three on the road against the ECHL's best team - the Texas Wildcatters. And just like that, all that momentum of a 10-2 January run to the All-Star game vanishes as the Wolves go 0-3 in Beaumont. Ryan Munce gave up 10 goals in two games, bringing the young goalie back to earth after a other-worldly run in 8 games prior to the All-Star event. Brandon Elliott played this weekend for the first time since early December.

  • 6 years 35 weeks ago

    CCHA
    No.1 Michigan 2 @ No.6 Michigan State 2 (OT)
    D Kevin Quick, UM: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 0 shots on goal

    Quick took a hard elbow to the head in the first period, drawing a penalty. The freshman maintained a regular shift throughout this highly competitive game, but got caught out of position on a couple of occasions resulting in MSU scoring chances and was picked from behind trying to carry the puck out of his zone in overtime that eventually resulted in a MSU power play. Michigan was only able to tie this game thanks to a penalty in front of the MSU keeper that wasn't called and a Spartan defenseman who tried to bat the airborne puck with his glove away from the net but instead knocked it behind his goalie for an own-goal. Ironically, MSU beat UM the night before on an own-goal.

    Hockey East
    Vermont 2 @ No.14 Massachusetts 2 (OT)
    D John Wessbecker, UMASS: Did not play (undisclosed injury)

  • 6 years 35 weeks ago

    Saturday night's highlights:

    • Cunti finding his groove
    • Ward getting offensive
    • Jung does his part, but Rockets fall
  • 6 years 35 weeks ago

    That one hurts.

    ALB-4
    NOR-3 (OT)

    Marc Denis allowed 4 goals on 38 shots for the loss.

    First Period
    NOR Lessard, (13) (Henrich, Smolenak), 1:31
    NOR Szczechura, (6) (Keller, Stewart), 6:57

    Second Period
    NO SCORING

    Third Period
    ALB Flood, (7) (Johnson, Gove), 3:57 (PP)
    ALB Johnson, (10) (Angelidis, Petruzalek), 6:04 (PP)
    NOR Scalzo, (4) (Lessard), 11:49
    ALB Dwyer, (6) (Aucoin, Gove), 19:32

    Overtime
    ALB Nolan, (20) (Petruzalek, Carson), 4:44 (PP)

    Marc Denis was perfect through two periods and was staked a 2-0 lead heading into the final frame. Disappointingly, the team allowed 2 quick goals and it was 2-2. Mario Scalzo scored the go ahead marker midway through the third only to see Albany tie the game with 28 seconds left. Barf.

    Radek Smolenak stretched his point scoring streak to five games.

    Junior Lessard and Paul Szczechura were named second and third stars of the game, respectively.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 6 years 35 weeks ago

    Wednesday
    Both Kazionovs were scoreless in Kazan's 6-4 win over Omsk.

    Alexei Glukhov and Evgeny Artyukhin were scoreless in Cherepovets' 2-1 win over CSKA.

    Anton But was scoreless in St. Petersburg's 4-0 loss to Togliatti.

    Albert Vishnyakov was scoreless in Novokuznetsk's 3-2 win over Khabarovsk.

    Friday
    Evgeny Artyukhin had an assist in CSKA's 6-3 win over Omsk. Denis Kazionov was scoreless in the match for Avangard.

    Alexei Glukhov was scoreless in Cherepovets' 5-2 loss to Yaroslavl.

    Anton But was scoreless in St. Petersburg's 3-1 win over Nizhnekamsk.

    Albert Vishnyakov was scoreless in Novokuznetsk's 2-0 shutout win over Novgorod.

    Saturday
    Dimitri Kazionov had an assist in Kazan's 3-2 win over Khimik.

  • 6 years 35 weeks ago

    Johan Harju was scoreless in Lulea's 3-2 loss to Brynas.

    Andreas Holmqvist had a power play assist in Frolunda's 4-3 loss to Sodertalje.

  • 6 years 35 weeks ago

    Hockey East
    Vermont 5 @ No.14 Massachusetts 4
    D John Wessbecker, UMASS: Did not play (undisclosed injury)

    CCHA
    No.6 Michigan State 1 @ No.1 Michigan 0
    D Kevin Quick, UM: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 0 shots on goal

    MSU's goal came when a Michigan defenseman tried to clear a rebound and sent the puck into his own net. The teams meet again tonight (Saturday) in East Lansing.

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