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Thursday's Superleague Score

Dimitri Kazionov was scoreless in Kazan's 2-1 win over Chelyabinsk. After starting the year hot, the elder Kazionov has been stuck on 6 goals and 12 points for nearly a month.

Art Femenella day to day

According to the training staff at the University of Vermont, defensemen Art Femenella is listed as day to day. The specifics of the injury were undisclosed.

Femenella is practicing with the team but is not supposed to play in Saturdays game against Merrimack.

The senior has missed the last two games due to the injury.

CHL Game Night: 11/15

Vladimir Mihalik had a power play assist and was -1 in Prince George's 7-3 dismantling of Kelowna. Mihalik also received a 5 minute major for fighting Rockets forward James McEwen. McEwen wins the Stupidity-or-Bravery (?) Award, standing in at 6'0" and 187 lbs against Mihalik who is listed at 6'8" 241 lbs.

Dane Crowley scored his first goal of the season and had 2 penalty minutes in Swift Current's 4-2 win over Brandon.

NCAA Game Night: 11/15

Dusty Collins was even in Northern Michigan's 6-4 loss to Minnesota-Duluth. Collins was listed as the Wildcats 4th line center.

In 13 GP, he has 1 goal and 1 assist to go along with a -2 rating and 8 PIM.

NHL Game Night 11/15: Canadiens at Lightning

Huet was just the better goaltender tonight.

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Marc Denis allowed 3 goals on 28 shots in the loss. Vaclav Prospal had the lone Lightning goal off assists from Cory Sarich and Brad Richards. The game's back breaking moment came when, on a Montreal power play with the Lightning down 2-1, two Canadiens collided in the Montreal zone allowing Brad Richards to walk in on a short handed breakaway which he failed to convert. Moments later Guillaume Latendresse nailed the coffin shut for the Lightning with a quick shot off a toe drag move on the left wing.

Certainly no need to panic. The Lightning outshot and outchanced the Canadiens throughout the game. There will always be a handful of nights throughout the season when the other team's netminder stands on his head. This was one of those.

First Period
Montreal 2:35, Sheldon Souray 7 (power play) (Saku Koivu, Mark Streit)

Second Period
Tampa Bay 7:22, Vaclav Prospal 3 (Cory Sarich, Brad Richards)
Montreal 15:12, Sheldon Souray 8 (power play) (Andrei Markov, Michael Ryder)

Third Period
Montreal 9:24, Guillaume Latendresse 4 (power play) (Sergei Samsonov, Alexei Kovalev)

Doug Janik had 1 hit in 6:49 of ice time. Eric Perrin had 1 shot and 1 hit in 13:40 and was 0/1 on draws. Nick Tarnasky was again a scratch.

Game sheet from NHL.com.

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