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Another Multi-point Night for Lascek
Submitted by chad on November 20, 2005 - 10:37
Highlighting Lightning CHL/NCAA prospects on Saturday night was Stan Lascek - again - with a four point night - again. Lascek had a goal and three assists as Chicoutimi got revenge for a recent loss to Halifax by beating the Mooseheads 6-3. With the goal, Lascek's 19th on the year, he surprasses his goal total for last year in just his 27th game. Last season, Lascek had 18 goals in 53 games. The Slovakian winger is averaging more than two points a game and is among the early candidates for QMJHL MVP. In other action Saturday night, Vladimir Mihalik notched his second goal of the year for Red Deer, but the Rebels lost 3-2 to Lethbridge. The Rebels broke their 11 game losing streak the night before with a shootout win against Andy Rogers and Prince George. Also getting his second goal of the year Saturday night was Chris Lawrence as Sault Ste. Marie lost in Bellville, 4-1. In other OHL action, Marek Bartanus was scratched for the second straight game by Owen Sound. The Attack lost 7-1 at home to Peterborough. In the NCAA, Mike Lundin had a goal for Maine in a 7-2 exhibition win over the U.S. Under-18 squad. Dusty Collins finally hit the scoresheet again, getting an assist as Northern Michigan fell to Bowling Green 8-4. Arthur Femenella was ejected for Vermont Friday night after a checking-from-behind call. That is the fourth time in the last 10 days that a Lightning prospect has been ejected for hitting from behind, joining Andy Rogers, Matt Smaby, and Radek Smolenak. Also Friday night, Blair Jones had two goals and earned the game's first star when Moose Jaw crushed Saskatoon 7-3. Also, Justin Keller scored his 15th in a Kelowna shootout win. Mark Tobin, who was scratched earlier this week by Rimouski, was back Friday night and had an assist in Rimouski's latest loss. In the OHL, Kevin Beech was pulled from the net in a blowout Sudbury loss.