Game Night Results

  • 7 years 34 weeks ago

    You don't see this every day...

    Everett 4-3 @ Prince George 6-2
    Prince George and Everett played a doubleheader of sorts Tuesday night, first completing a suspended game from October, then playing their regularly scheduled contest.

    The game between the teams in Prince George on October 28th, 2006 was called after 40 minutes of play due to damage to the ice at the CN Centre. The Cougars held a 2-1 lead over the Silvertips after the first two periods. On Tuesday night, four months later and with different players, Everett scored a "late" goal to send the October game to extra time, where the Silvertips won the game in a shootout, 3-2. Dane Crowley who was playing in Swift Current during the first two periods of this game, did not register a point for Everett in its conclusion. Vladimir Mihalik, who dressed for Prince George in October, did not register a point, but had 6 minutes in penalties -- 4 in the first two periods and 2 last night. Both players had even ratings. Everett technically dressed 25 players for this game, compared to Prince George's 23.

    In the second game, Mihalik and the Cougars got revenge on the 'Tips, defeating the WHL leaders 6-4. Crowley won the individual battle on the scoresheet with Mihalik, earning 2 assists to Mihalik's 1. Crowley was even and Mihalik was plus-1 and both had 1 minor penalty.

    Prince George has clinched a playoff spot and Everett, who has a one point lead on Medicine Hat for first overall in the league, has clinched the U.S. Division title and is 14 points up on Vancouver for the Western Conference's top seed.

  • 7 years 34 weeks ago

    Dallas is good.

    DAL-2
    TB-1 (OT)

    Johan Holmqvist stopped 26 of 28 shots faced in the overtime loss. Brad Richards had the only Lightning goal, shorthanded, off assists from Eric Perrin and Paul Ranger. Dallas absolutely dominated the first 20 minutes of play before the final 40 turned into a heavyweight street fight with both teams creating huge surges of pressure.

    First impressions of Shane O'Brien? Worth the price. His passing ability is outstanding and although he lacks scintilating acceleration, once he hits his stride he's amazingly fast for a man that size. If he gets indoctrinated into the Lightning system quickly and starts looking up for those long stretch passes and, at the same time, uses his speed to jump in and hold in pucks along the wall from the point in, he's going to start racking up assists.

    The Lightning's hard earned overtime point moves them 2 points ahead of Atlanta in the division and 5 points ahead of Carolina which dropped their game with Ottawa tonight 4-2.

    First Period
    NO SCORING

    Second Period
    Dallas 10:59, Jere Lehtinen 22 (power play) (Jussi Jokinen, Mike Modano)
    Tampa Bay 19:41, Brad Richards 23 (shorthanded) (Eric Perrin, Paul Ranger)

    Third Period
    NO SCORING

    Overtime
    Dallas 1:35, Ladislav Nagy 10 (Mike Ribeiro, Philippe Boucher)

    Game sheet from NHL.com.

  • 7 years 34 weeks ago

    Andreas Holmqvist was scoreless in Linkopings' 1-1 tie with Mora today. After spending much of the year on his club's 2nd pairing, Holmqvist has recently spent the majority of his time on his club's first pairing with Jonas Junland.

  • 7 years 34 weeks ago

    Dimitri Kazionov was scoreless in Kazan's 5-4 win over Khimik.

    Evgeny Artyukhin had a goal and 2 penalty minutes in Yaroslavl's 5-3 win over SKA. Anton But was scoreless in the match for St. Petersburg.

    Albert Vishnyakov had a goal in Dynamo's 5-2 win over Cherepovets. Alexei Glukhov had 2 penalty minutes in the game for Severstal.

    Denis Kazionov did not play in Tver's 4-3 overtime win against Podolsk.

  • 7 years 34 weeks ago

    Mississauga 1 @ Kingston 4
    The IceDogs continue to struggle, losing their third straight game to a team they should beat, this time dropping a 4-1 decision in Kingston. Chris Lawrence scored his 41st goal of the year for Mississauga. He was also minus-1.

    Kitchener 5 @ Erie 4
    For the second time in a week, Kevin Beech and Erie nearly beat the high-powered Rangers, but Kitchener came back from a 4-3 deficit to beat the Otters 5-4. Beech had stopped 50 of 52 shots in a 2-1 loss in Kitchener just a few days ago. This time, Beech stopped 40 of 45 shots.

  • 7 years 34 weeks ago

    Salisbury School 14 - Canterbury School 2

    In their final game of the regular season the Knights won their 13th straight and clinched the #1 seed in the west for the New England playoffs. On a sour note, his team put up 14 goals but Lightning prospect Kevin Quick failed to record a point in the blowout.

    Salisbury plays host to #4 seed South Kent School from South Kent, Conn. on Wednesday.

  • 7 years 34 weeks ago

    #18 Massachuetts 5 - Northeastern 3

    John Wessbecker was scoreless and a minus-1 in the win. UMASS heads home to finish out the regular season against #12 Maine next weekend. The series will determine seeding the HEast tournament as both teams are tied for forth in the division with 29 points.

  • 7 years 34 weeks ago

    Northern Michigan 4 - #9 Miami 1

    Dusty Collins and the Wildcats finished off their up and down season with an impressive win over a ranked team. Collins scored his third goal of the season in the win which turned out to be the game winner. He finished the regular season with three goals and two assists in 36 games played. He also recorded 30 PIM and was a minus-9. Northern Michigan takes on Ohio State in the first round of the CCHA tournament next weekend.

    #12 Maine 5 - Merrimack 1

    Maine completed the weekend sweep over Merrimack with Saturday's win. Mike Lundin was scoreless and even in both games. Maine concludes their regualr season next weekend with two games at Massachuetts.

  • 7 years 34 weeks ago

    You know things are bad when Dennis Packard drops a multi-point game on you.

    SPR-0
    PRO-4

    Jonathan Boutin stopped 20 of 24 in the loss. Philippe Sauve stopped 24 of 24 for the shutout for Providence. Former Lightning prospect Dennis Packard was named first star of the game.

    First Period
    PRO Thompson, (6) (Stuart, Packard), 9:02
    PRO DiCasmirro, (7) (Rosa, Zinger), 18:52 (SH)

    Second Period
    PRO Packard, (4) (Talbot, Glenn), 16:06

    Third Period
    PRO Pelletier, (13) (Trevelyan), 9:10

    Game sheet from TheAHL.com.

  • 7 years 34 weeks ago

    The Lightning just answered the bell with remarkable punctuality.

    PIT-1
    TB-5

    Johan Holmqvist stopped 17 of 18 shots faced in the game for the victory. Consider that for a moment. With Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin and all the impressive firepower the Pittsburgh Penguins can array the Tampa Bay Lightning shut them down and held them to a paltry 18 shots on goal. And Shane O'Brien hasn't yet added his particular talents to this defensive corps.

    Brad Richards ran wild on Pittsburgh with 1 goal and 3 assists. Martin St. Louis added 1 goal and 1 assist while Richards' linemates, Eric Perrin and Ruslan Fedotenko, each had 2 assists. Vincent Lecavalier scored his league leading 41st goal, a shorthanded marker, Filip Kuba his 10th and Paul Ranger had his 4th talley of the season. Dan Boyle had an individual assist.

    And so, the Lightning fully capitalized on their game in hand on Atlanta and Carolina and have opened up a 3 point lead on the Smirkin' Chikins and a 4 points lead on the Hurricanes with just 18 games remaining in the regular season. The trade deadline is Tuesday. With the addition of one or two more forwards, this is a Stanley Cup contender. The ball is in your court, Jay Feaster.

    First Period
    Tampa Bay 2:17, Martin St. Louis 38 (power play) (Dan Boyle, Brad Richards)
    Tampa Bay 3:56, Paul Ranger 4 (Eric Perrin, Brad Richards)

    Second Period
    Tampa Bay 4:58, Filip Kuba 10 (Brad Richards, Ruslan Fedotenko)
    Pittsburgh 8:26, Sergei Gonchar 10 (power play) (Evgeni Malkin, Sidney Crosby)

    Third Period
    Tampa Bay 1:31, Brad Richards 22 (Eric Perrin, Ruslan Fedotenko)
    Tampa Bay 14:16, Vincent Lecavalier 41 (shorthanded) (Martin St. Louis)

    Game sheet from NHL.com.

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