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It's a Small World After All

Fans of teams in the Southern half of the US have been at a general disadvantage in following their prospects. The distance between folks in Tampa and destinations from Moscow to Moose Jaw made it nearly impossible to keep tabs on their future players leaving them to rely on static sources of information like the once a year THN Future Watch edition or sites like Hockey's Future which struggle to update content on a monthly basis. Times are changing though. The internet allows real time posting of scores from around the globe. Bolt Prospects is taking advantage of the net to present information from a dozen leagues world wide as it occurs with commentary from a Lightning perspective. And now, the internet is looking like it will hold even more in the future for prospect watchers with cybercasts.

Lightning's Finnish Goaltending Prospects Still Pouring It On

Fredrik Norrena and Linkopings improved their record to 3-0 today defeating MODO 1-0. Norrena made 18 saves for the shutout victory. Andreas Holmqvist again played on the fourth pairing for Linkopings. Meanwhile, in the SM-liiga, goaltender Karri Ramo turned in a masterful performance for HPK, which fell 2-1 in a shootout loss. Still, Ramo dazzled stopping 39 of 40 shots in regulation and the OT session to earn second star honors.

Artyukhin Sent to Springfield

Tom Jones of the St. Pete Times reports [url=http://www.sptimes.com/2005/10/01/Lightning/Full_team_produces_em.shtml]Evgeny Artyukhin was assigned to Springfield of the AHL[/url] after the conclusion of tonights Lightning/Hurricanes preseason tilt. The Lightning roster now stands at 21 players with Andy Rogers and Timo Helbling battling for the final roster spot.

Game Night 9/30: Bruins at Falcons (Exhibition)

PRO-2 SPR-5 The Falcons [url=http://www.providencebruins.com/press_releases/index.php?id=272]waffled the Providence Bruins tonight[/url] in their first official preseason game 5-2. Falcons goal scorers were Norm Milley, shorthanded, Marek Kvapil, Jim Campbell, Dennis Packard and Brandon Elliot. Brian Eklund stopped 17 of 19 through two periods before giving way to Morgan Cey who went a perfect 6 for 6 in the final frame to seal the victory. [url=http://www.masslive.com/falcons/republican/index.ssf?/base/sports-0/112813440270630.xml&coll=1]Fran Sypek's write up of the game[/url] praises last year's rookie Falcons like Andre Deveaux. Second year pros Deveaux and Henrich notched one assist each while Paul Ranger had 2 assists. Norm Milley (1G 1A) and Ryan Vesce (2A) also had multi-point nights. Vesce was originally credited with the Falcons' fifth goal which was awarded to Elliot. Henrich and Darren Reid led the team in shots on goal. The Falcons' final preseason game is Sunday.

Somervuori Scores 2nd of Season

In Switzerland, Eero Somervuori [url=http://www.sehv.ch/mandant/apps/results/details/spiel_details_1001039.htm]scored his second goal of the season as Ambri-Piotta tied Fribourg-Gotteron 2-2[/url]. Eric Perrin and Shane Willis went scoreless in their respective games tonight.
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