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AHL Game Night 11/11: Monarchs at Falcons



Sean Burke allowed 4 goals on 9 shots before being lifted after the first period for Jonathan Boutin who stopped all 15 shots he faced in relief as once again the Falcons fell into a huge hole to start one of their games. Zdenek Blatny had 1 goal and 1 assist and was named third star of the game. Norm Milley also had 1 goal and 1 assist with individual helpers going to Andy Delmore and Eric Healey. The Falcons have now fallen 3 games under .500.

First Period
MCH Moulson, (3) (Gauthier), 3:31
MCH Moulson, (4) (Kemp, Harrold), 9:54
MCH O'Sullivan, (2) (Kemp, Harrold), 14:42 (PP)
MCH Schmidt, (1) (Tukonen, Gauthier), 15:13 (PP)

Second Period
SPR Blatny, (5) (Delmore, Milley), 13:53 (PP)

Third Period
SPR Milley, (6) (Blatny, Healey), 1:27

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ECHL Game Night 11/11: Storm at Chiefs

It's probably no coincidence this team struggles to get points without Lascek in the lineup.

JHN-2 (OT)

Morgan Cey stopped 20 of 23 shots faced in the overtime loss. Stanislav Lascek and Adam Henrich had the Chiefs' goals with assists going to PJ Atherton, Zbynek Hrdel, David Spina and Randy Rowe.

First Period
JHN Lascek, (3) (Atherton, Hrdel), 16:21

Second Period
TOL Sitko, (1) (Martin, Songin), 11:19

Third Period
JHN Henrich, (2) (Spina, Rowe), 12:48 (PP)
TOL Parillo, (2) (Colwill), 15:01

TOL Smith, (2) (Burke, Zultek), 2:20 (PP)

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NCAA Game Night: 11/10

Mike Lundin was a +1 with one shot as #1 Maine stayed unbeaten knocking off UMASS-Lowell 4-1.

Defensemen, John Wessbecker was also +1 with 1 shot in Massachuettes' 2-1 win over Northeastern.

Northern Michigan tied Alaska 2-2. Dusty Collins was even with no shots.

Defensemen, Art Femenella was a healthy scratch in Vermont's 4-2 win over Providence.

Rogers Out With Groin Injury?

The Springfield Republican reports defenseman Andy Rogers was scratched last night due to an undisclosed lower body injury which writer Fran Sypek concludes is likely a groin injury. Last night's scratch was the fifth straight game the 2004 1st round pick has missed.

Lascek Out With the Flu

According to the Johnstown Tribune Democrat, Stanislav Lascek missed last night's game against the Charlotte Checkers because of a case of the flu. This is the second time in the span of a couple of weeks Johnstown has been without their most dynamic playmaker due to illness.

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