Game Night Results

  • 7 years 37 weeks ago

    One thing I won't miss in Norfolk: getting annihilated for what seems like two dozen games a year by Providence.

    SPR-2
    PRO-5

    Jonathan Boutin, whose save percentage is sinking faster than a submarine with a screen door, allowed 4 goals on 22 shots for the loss before being pulled for Kevin Beech who allowed 1 goal on 9 shots. Eric Healey and ATO signee Jacob Micflikier had the Falcons goals. Jay Rosehill and Norm Milley added assists.

    First Period
    PRO Walter, (23) (Trevelyan, Bentivoglio), 13:21
    PRO Walter, (24) (Krejci, Pelletier), 16:37 (PP)
    PRO Krejci, (28) (Glenn, Trevelyan), 17:05 (PP)

    Second Period
    SPR Healey, (27) (Rosehill, Milley), 14:15
    PRO Bentivoglio, (2) (Trevelyan, Walter), 18:20 (PP)

    Third Period
    SPR Micflikier, (1) , 11:21
    PRO Trevelyan, (23) (Glenn), 17:44 (PP)

    Game sheet from TheAHL.com.

  • 7 years 37 weeks ago

    All of a sudden, with Special K as the spark, the playoff math is starting to favor the Chiefs.

    TOL-1
    JHN-6

    Ryan Munce made 24 stops for the win. The former Kings draft pick has won 3 of his last 4 starts. Radek Smolenak posted a 1 goal and 3 assist night to pace the Chiefs. Marek Kvapil added 3 assists and Gus Katsuras chipped in a pair of goals. Zbynek Hrdel had 1 goal and 1 assist and PJ Atherton had 2 assists to complete the list of 5 Chiefs players who posted multi-point nights. Defensemen John Adams and Ian MacLean had the team's other goals. Maxime Boisclair and Andrew Martens added individual helpers. Smolenak, Katsuras and Kvapil were named the game's three stars.

    And just like that Johnstown is just 1 point out of a playoff spot with 2 games in hand on the Reading Royals.

    First Period
    JHN Katsuras, (8) (Boisclair, Hrdel), 2:10
    TOL Martin, (11) (Walsh, Blight), 6:40
    JHN Hrdel, (11) (Kvapil, Smolenak), 14:46 (PP)
    JHN Adams, (3) (Kvapil, Smolenak), 18:22 (PP)

    Second Period
    JHN MacLean, (3) (Smolenak, Kvapil), 5:07
    JHN Smolenak, (15) (Atherton, Martens), 8:20
    JHN Katsuras, (9) (Atherton), 19:10 (PP)

    Third Period
    NO SCORING

    Game sheet from ECHL.com.

  • 7 years 38 weeks ago

    London 8 @ Owen Sound 5
    London wins best-of-7 series 4-0

    Marek Bartanus and Owen Sound saw their season come to an end tonight as London defeated the Attack 8-5. The Attack outshot the Knights by a significant margin in all four games, including 47-19 tonight. Anthony Guadagnolo stopped only 8 of 14 shots for Owen Sound before being pulled this evening. The undrafted goaltender finished the series with an .804 save percentage and a 5.09 GAA. Bartanus finished the playoffs with one assist and a plus-1 rating in the four games. It is unlikely he'll be brought back as an overager by Owen Sound and he is a longshot for a professional contract after registering only 20 points in 57 games in this, his second year in the OHL. This may have been the last we'll see of Bartanus in North America.

    Mississauga 3 @ Sudbury 6
    Sudbury leads best-of-7 series 3-1

    Thanks to a five-goal second period, the upset-minded Sudbury Wolves put the Mississauga IceDogs on the brink of elimination with a 6-3 win tonight. Chris Lawrence had a power play goal early in the game to tie the contest at one, but it wasn't enough for the IceDogs. He also had six minutes in penalties. He finished minus-3. Game 5 is back in Mississauga on Sunday.

  • 7 years 38 weeks ago

    Linkopings is going to the Elitserien finals.

    The club completed a five game upset of top seeded Farjestads today bumping off the regular season's best team 6-2. Lightning defenseman prospect Andreas Holmqvist did not suit up for Linkopings. The club now awaits the winner of the ongoing MODO/HV71 series.

  • 7 years 38 weeks ago

    Kamloops 3 @ Prince George 4 (overtime)
    Prince George wins best-of-7 series 4-0

    Break out the brooms. Vladimir Mihalik and Prince George used a two-goal third period to tie Kamloops, then got a goal from Sharks first rounder Devin Setoguchi on their first shot of overtime to defeat the Blazers 4-3 and sweep their first round series. Two of the games (1, 4) went into overtime and games 2 and 3 were decided by just one goal. Kamloops held home-ice advantage to start the series. Mihalik did not register a point in Game 4, but was plus-1 with 2 PIM. For the series, Mihalik was scoreless and minus-3 with 6 PIM.

    Everett 1 @ Spokane 3
    Best-of-7 series tied at 2

    Top-seeded Everett lost their 1-0 lead in the game and 2-1 lead in the series when Spokane scored 3 third period goals (1 empty net) to take a 3-1 home win over the Silvertips. Dane Crowley was scoreless and minus-1 for Everett. Game 5 is Friday night in Everett.

  • 7 years 38 weeks ago

    Kyle Wanvig auditioning for a job next season?

    LOW-4
    SPR-2

    Jonathan Boutin allowed 4 goals on 27 shots before being lifted for Kevin Beech who stopped 7 of 7 shots the rest of the way. Kyle Wanvig had both Falcons goals and David Spina, Sylvain Dufresne, Nick Kuiper and ATO Justin Fletcher added assists. Spina, it should be noted, has 4 goals and 7 points in his last 5 games (keep him). Wanvig was named second star of the game.

    First Period
    LOW Murphy, (17) , 7:53

    Second Period
    LOW Marshall, (7) (McGillis, Magnan), 12:18 (PP)
    LOW Gionta, (6) (Mills, Pandolfo), 13:16
    SPR Wanvig, (17) (Spina, Dufresne), 17:21 (PP)

    Third Period
    LOW Pelley, (14) (Minard, Tallackson), 3:27
    SPR Wanvig, (18) (Kuiper, Fletcher), 10:29 (PP)

    Game sheet from TheAHL.com.

  • 7 years 38 weeks ago

    In a bizarre 10:30 AM start in Cincinatti, Special K strikes.

    JHN-3
    CIN-1

    Ryan Munce allowed 1 goal on 26 shots for the win. Marek Kvapil had 2 goals and 1 assist in his first game down with the Chiefs. Zbynek Hrdel had the other Chiefs goal and Radek Smolenak added an individual assist. Kvapil, Munce and Hrdel were named the game's three stars.

    Johnstown is now 3 points behind Reading for the final North Division playoff spot with 2 games in hand.

    First Period
    NO SCORING

    Second Period
    NO SCORING

    Third Period
    JHN Hrdel, (10) (Kvapil, Smolenak), 2:18 (PP)
    CIN Lisabeth, (18) (Ehgoetz, Gleed), 12:09
    JHN Kvapil, (1) , 13:37
    JHN Kvapil, (2) , 19:05 (EN)

    Game sheet from ECHL.com.

  • 7 years 38 weeks ago

    ::barf::

    FLA-5
    TB-2

    Marc Denis allowed 3 goals on 17 shots for the loss before being replaced by Johan Holmqvist who stopped 7 of 7 shots in relief before Florida tacked on a pair of empty net markers. Brad Richards and Filip Kuba had the Lightning goals. Jason Ward, Eric Perrin and Martin St. Louis added assists.

    Four games left in the season and the Lightning no longer control their division title and at night's end they will likely be just 2 points out of 9th place. Oh yeah, and they've got to go on the road and play the defending champions next in Carolina. Heckuva time to start squeezing the sticks too tightly.

    If Jason Ward is smart, he'll take less to stay in Tampa and continue playing on Brad Richards' line.

    Game sheet from NHL.com.

  • 7 years 38 weeks ago

    Linkopings claimed a commanding 3-1 series lead over #1 seed Farjestads today wiining 4-1 in Game Four of their semifinal playoff series. Lightning prospect blueliner Andreas Holmqvist did not suit up for Linkopings in the match.

  • 7 years 38 weeks ago

    Sudbury 3 @ Mississauga 4
    Best-of-7 series tied 1-1

    Chris Lawrence broke a 3-3 third period tie with his second goal of the game to help the Mississauga IceDogs avert disaster and tie their opening round series with Sudbury at one game apiece. Mississauga was outshot 21-7 in the third, but Lawrence got the period's only goal on the power play. Lawrence was even for the game and was named its No.2 star. Game 3 is in Sudbury Tuesday night.

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