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Submitted by chad on November 10, 2005 - 22:40
Not to be outdone on this horrific night in the world of Lightning hockey, prospect Radek Smolenak, the only Lightning CHL prospect in action Thursday night, failed to hit the scoresheet and sat for five minutes for a checking-from-behind major as Kingston dropped a 5-3 decision at Toronto. Toronto's win snapped a five-game home losing streak.
Submitted by pete on November 10, 2005 - 21:53
Is this rock bottom? NYR-5 TB-2 I want to vomit. Need more analysis? OK, I want to projectile vomit. This team can't seem to buy a timely goal or save in the third period and now even bounces are going off the back of opposing players' necks and into the net. Sub-.500, terrible. You don't want to see the game sheet.
Submitted by pete on November 10, 2005 - 21:33
Sickening. MAN-6 SPR-5 (SO) To blow a 3 goal lead in less than five minutes in inexcusable. There's good points and there bad points (used to be good ties and bad ties, but the cliche has to change with the times), tonight was a bad point for the Springfield Falcons. And there's not a heck of a lot more you can say about it. Game sheet from [url=http://stats.theahl.com/stats/game-summary.php?game_id=1001190]TheAHL.com.[/url]
Submitted by pete on November 10, 2005 - 20:10
Lightning goaltending prospect Fredrik Norrena defeated Russia today in a shootout 3-2 to open the Karjala Cup tournament. The Finnish netminder stopped 20 of 22 shots faced before stopping all three Russian shooters faced in the shootout.
Submitted by chad on November 10, 2005 - 14:49
Andy Rogers of the Prince George Cougars was ejected in the third period of a 7-1 blowout loss to Justin Keller and the Kelowna Rockets Wednesday night. Down 6-1 late in the third, Rogers took a checking-from-behind major penalty and subsequently a five minute fighting major against 6-foot-1 Kelowna winger Liam Couture. Both received game misconducts. Rogers was minus-one at that point in the game. Keller, on the other hand, had a goal and an assist to go with a plus-one rating for the game. His goal was his 13th of the year. Kelowna, who has struggled of late, had no problem with the 13-6-0-2 Cougars, the CHLâ€™s No.7 team in the most recent CHL Mosaik MasterCard Top-10.