Game Night Results

  • 7 years 26 weeks ago

    In the words of Rob Schneider from Waterboy, "Oh no, we suck again."


    Marc Denis allowed 6 goals on 41 shots for the loss.

    First Period
    HFD Parenteau, (25) (Byers, Hutchinson), 6:09
    HFD Hutchinson, (15) (Parenteau, Pock), 7:38 (PP)
    NOR Jones, (10) (Denis), 19:23

    Second Period
    HFD Anisimov, (11) (Hutchinson, Jessiman), 7:16 (PP)
    HFD Korpikoski, (16) (Parenteau, Hutchinson), 16:36 (PP)

    Third Period
    HFD Moore, (21) (Hutchinson, Pock), 6:06 (PP)
    NOR Klinkhammer, (8) (Koci, Kearns), 6:42
    HFD Korpikoski, (17) (Ouellette), 14:52

    I feel bad for Steve Stirling. Every time he gets this team tuned up right, they shuffle the deck on him.

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  • 7 years 26 weeks ago

    After a blazing start to the new year in January, the month of February has been disastrous for Ryan Munce and the Mississippi Sea Wolves. Highlights include:

    • Wolves go 1-5 on a six game road trip; Munce goes 1-4 and is pulled twice.
    • Wolves are currently 1-4 on a seven game home stand; Munce is 1-3 and has been pulled twice
    • Marek Kvapil (3-7-10 in 10gp) and Zbynek Hrdel (1-0-1 in 2gp) recalled to Norfolk during the current home stand
    • Mike Egener returned to the lineup and scored a goal and a fighting major
  • 7 years 26 weeks ago

    Johan Harju was scoreless in Lulea's 2-0 loss to Sodertalje.

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

  • 7 years 26 weeks ago

    Halifax Mooseheads 2 @ Lewiston MAINEiacs 3
    D Michael Ward, LEW: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 1 shot on goal

    Spokane Chiefs 5 @ Kelowna Rockets 2
    G Torrie Jung, KEL: Did not play

    Lethbridge Hurricanes 4 @ Prince Albert Raiders 0
    C Mitch Fadden, LET: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM

  • 7 years 26 weeks ago

    The Lightning welcomed all their new acquisitions into Tampa tonight.


    Mike Smith allowed 3 goals on 27 shots for the loss in his Lightning debut.

    First Period

    Second Period
    Minnesota 3:46, Todd Fedoruk 3 (power play) (Pierre-Marc Bouchard)
    Minnesota 4:56, Pavol Demitra 13 (Mikko Koivu)
    Tampa Bay 12:22, Michel Ouellet 9 (power play) (Paul Ranger, Jeff Halpern)

    Third Period
    Minnesota 1:53, Brian Rolston 24 (power play) (Kurtis Foster, Pierre-Marc Bouchard)
    Tampa Bay 9:16, Jeff Halpern 11 (Mathieu Darche)

    Jeff Halpern had 1 goal and 1 assist and was +1 in 17:44 with 4 shots and 3 hits. He was also named first star of the game.

    Jussi Jokinen was -1 in 22:28 with 4 shots and 2 hits. Hope you like ice time, young man.

    Alexandre Picard, who was recalled from Norfolk prior to the game, played 19:54 with 1 shot, 3 hits, and 2 blocked shots.

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  • 7 years 26 weeks ago

    Lethbridge Hurricanes 7 @ Saskatoon Blades 3
    C Mitch Fadden, LET: 1-2-3, +1, 4 PIM (slashing, cross-checking)

    Fadden scored his 31st goal of the year and Lethbridge got a hattrick from 2008 draft eligible forward Zach Boychuk and 4 points from Dallas Stars prospect Colton Sceviour en route to a 7-3 beat-down of Saskatoon.

    Waterloo Black Hawks 2 @ Chicago Steel 1
    W/C Luca Cunti, CHI: 1-0-1, +1, 0 PIM, 4 shots on goal

    Cunti scored from in front on a goal-mouth scramble.

  • 7 years 26 weeks ago

    Kevin Quick's second AHL game.


    Jonathan Boutin allowed 5 goals on 32 shots for the loss.

    First Period
    NOR Milley, (19) , 5:18 (SH)
    POR Bouck, (5) (King, Weinrich), 10:26

    Second Period
    POR Miller, (11) (Ebbett, King), 1:53
    POR Leach, (4) (Ebbett, King), 12:15

    Third Period
    POR Ryan, (20) (Ebbett), 6:24 (SH)
    POR Bootland, (3) (Bouck, Dixon), 19:12

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  • 7 years 26 weeks ago

    Johan Harju had 2 penalty minutes in Lulea's 3-0 blanking of Frolunda. Andreas Holmqvist was scoreless in the match for Frolunda.

  • 7 years 26 weeks ago

    Lewiston MAINEiacs 1 @ St. John Sea Dogs 2
    D Michael Ward, LEW: 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM, 3 shots on goal

    Kelowna Rockets 3 @ Vancouver Giants 2 (SO)
    G Torrie Jung, KEL: Did not play

  • 7 years 26 weeks ago

    Jonathan Boutin is a winner!


    Jonathan Boutin stopped 29 of 30 shots faced to improve his record to 12-11-3 this season, with two shutouts, a 2.94 GAA, and a .910 save percentage.

    First Period
    NOR Lessard, (16) (Leach, Scalzo), 7:17 (PP)

    Second Period
    POR Wirtanen, (10) (Ryan, Salcido), 6:29 (PP)
    NOR Milley, (18) (Keller, Kearns), 7:50
    NOR Rosehill, (3) (Klinkhammer, Szczechura), 13:26

    Third Period
    NOR Smolenak, (6) (Scalzo, Szczechura), 0:15
    NOR Smolenak, (7) (Lessard), 16:42

    Radek Smolenak, Boutin, and Paul Szczechura were named the game's three stars.

    Oh boy, Pete's got opinion tonight. This will get lost in the Brad Richards saga over the next week, but someone needs to stick up for Jonathan Boutin. Claude Loiselle has announced the Lightning's intention to pursue Vasily Koshechkin next summer and they already have first round pick Riku Helenius under contract for next season. A Koshechkin/Helenius tandem would inevitably push Boutin out of Norfolk and possibly out of the organization altogether, and Loiselle had some unkind things to say about Boutin earlier in the season when the Admirals were struggling. Now there's a very real possibility (and I don't want to jinx the young man) that Boutin could finish the season with a winning record, a GAA below 3.00, and a save percentage above .910. It puzzles me why the Lightning seem bent on giving up on Boutin just when the young man is finally starting to come into his own as a professional. I hope someone in this organization steps up and realizes how much this young man has improved over the past three or four years and does the right thing and finds a way to keep him around. I also hope, and I know the Ads fans agree with me, that when the deadline passes (and Denis is either gone on re-entry waivers or the reality of being stuck with him sinks in) the organization decides to give Boutin two out of every three starts from now on rather than trotting out Marc Denis every other game to underperform. This Admirals team has a chance to have a really strong last month of the season and lay the foundation for a very successful 2008-2009 season. That doesn't happen if Denis keeps fouling the nest in a rotation where one goaltender is clearly playing better than the other.

    How 'bout that Radek Smolenak?

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