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Submitted by pete on September 18, 2005 - 18:08
On Saturday, Eero Somervuori assisted on three goals in Ambri Piotta's 6-5 loss to SC Bern. Through 4 games, Somervuori has 1-3-4 for the club. Ambri sits at 8th on the NLA table. On Friday, Eric Perrin assisted on goals by Rolph Schrepfer and Sebastien Bordeleau as SC Bern tied Geneve-Servette 3-3. Through 4 games Perrin has no goals and 3 assists for Bern. Bern currently sits in 4th place in the NLA. Shane Willis notched an assist on Josef Marha's game winning goal in Davos' 4-3 win over Fribourg and another on Landon Wilson's goal Saturday night in a 3-1 loss to SCL Tigers. He now has 2 assists in 3 games this season. Davos sits at 6th in the NLA.
Submitted by pete on September 18, 2005 - 17:29
In Brandon today, The Tampa Bay Lightning completed their final day of camp scrimmages. Team Blue, which boasted the team's number one line of Fredrik Modin, Brad Richards and Martin St. Louis won the tournament with a 4-1 record. Brad Richards [url=http://www.tampabaylightning.com/files/CampStats.pdf]won the tournament scoring title[/url] with 18 points in 5 scrimmage games. Richards also finished tied with his linemate St. Louis for the tournament high of 7 goals in 5 games. In general the scrimmages separated the men from the boys, so to speak, in showing the wide disparity in ability between the camp's veterans and the Lightning's prospects. Failing to make their mark in Brandon, the Lightning's prospects will have to hope to have an opportunity in the exhibition games beginning Monday at Detroit.
Submitted by pete on September 17, 2005 - 22:40
Winger Anton But has been a relentless offensive force early in the Russian Superleague season. Saturday he scored Yaroslavl's third goal in a 3-1 victory over Lada Togliatti. But has registered a point in every game thus far this season. Through four games But has a blistering 4 goals and 7 points.
Submitted by pete on September 16, 2005 - 17:34
[url=http://www.del.org/statistics/spieldetails_9391.html]Sascha Goc scored Hannover's second goal today on a feed from Lightning alumni Steve Guolla to help lift the Scorpions over Adler Mannheim 4-3.[/url] For Goc, the victory was extra sweet after transferring from Mannheim where he had been that team's captain for a season and a half. With the victory, Hannover moves into first place in the DEL standings. Play also continued today in the Czech Republic where the Extraliga is in its 4th round of games. Through 4 games now, winger Ivan Rachunek is scoreless with 4 PIMs and a (-2) rating with Zlin. For Ceske Budejovice, Marek Posmyk has 1 assist, 4 PIMs and a (-1) rating. Zlin and Ceske Budejovice sit at 2nd and 4th on the Extraliga table respectively.
Submitted by pete on September 16, 2005 - 16:05
From the outset of camp defenseman prospect Gerard Dicaire was expected to be one of a handful of Lightning defensemen fighting for the sixth defenseman spot in Tampa. [url=http://www.sptimes.com/2005/09/14/Lightning/Second_opinion_on_Dic.shtml]Expectations turned to disappointment for Gerard Dicaire when he struggled to make it through conditioning drills at the start of camp.[/url] However, after being checked out by doctors, disappointment has turned into concern as [url=http://www.sptimes.com/2005/09/16/Lightning/Prospect_s_condition_.shtml]the young defenseman has been diagnosed with neurocardiogenic syncope, a nuerological disorder which causes the body difficulty in regulating blood pressure, leading to fainting spells.[/url]