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Submitted by chad on November 12, 2005 - 09:42
As reported last night, Stan Lascek had four assists for Chicoutimi in a 6-0 win over PEI. With the four points, and only a goal and assist from teammate Maxime Boisclair, Lascek pulled into a tie with Boisclair for the QMJHL scoring lead with 49 points in 22 games (17-32-49). Lascek was the game's first star. Speaking of Boisclair, in a recent edition of The Hockey News, Boisclair states that Tampa Bay moved him from his natural wing position to center during the Traverse City Prospects Tournament in September where he was trying out for the club, and because of the unfamiliarity with the position, Boisclair was extremely unhappy with his impact in the tournament. Boisclair was not offered a contract by the Lightning, but hopes to attend another NHL camp in the fall.
Submitted by chad on November 12, 2005 - 09:34
With the exception of Arthur Femenella, all Lightning NCAA prospects were in action Friday night. Femenella's team, the University of Vermont, did indeed play, but Femenella was scratched. Highlighting the night for Baby Bolts was Mike Lundin of Maine, who had an assist in a 9-2 Hockey East win over UMass-Lowell, and Matt Smaby, who had an assist as North Dakota beat WCHL opponent Minnesota Duluth 5-3. Also, P.J. Atherton, though scoreless, had a plus-two rating for Minnesota, who crushed Alaska-Anchorage 9-0. John Wessbecker (UMass), and Dusty Collins (Northern Michigan) both went scoreless i
Submitted by pete on November 11, 2005 - 22:00
Stan Lascek [url=http://www.lhjmq.qc.ca/lang_en/index.php?page=342374&id_partie=2333&PHPSESSID=079d33dfcd943d9da0b02bbf6aac3932]had 4 assists and was named the game's #1 star tonight for Chicoutimi.[/url] So don't throw yourselves off any bridges just yet.
Submitted by pete on November 11, 2005 - 21:48
And the Chiefs still haven't won a game. TRN-3 JHN-2 (SO) It's good to see Justin Kelly in the lineup and scoring a goal for the Chiefs. He's a player Johnstown definitely needs. It's also good to see Chateau du Bow Wow's penthouse suite occupant, Adam Henrich, get a goal tonight. Still, Morgan Cey's pro debut was ruined in the shootout despite stopping a staggering 26 of 28 shots faced. The good news is with Kelly and Henrich in the lineup along with Greco and Egener already in place, the Chiefs managed 44 shots on goal tonight, perhaps showing signs of turning the corner. Game sheet from [url=http://www.echl.com/cgi-bin/ppublic.cgi?action=summary&id=2380]ECHL.com.[/url]
Submitted by pete on November 11, 2005 - 21:45
Ahhhhh, it's like a deep dark soulless pit of despair right now... SPR-1 POR-5 Brian Eklund gets torched for five goals as the Falcons, who were no doubt emotionally shellshocked after last night's collapse against Manchester, got roughly doubled up on shots. Game sheet from [url=http://stats.theahl.com/stats/game-summary.php?game_id=1001199]TheAHL.com.[/url]