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KHL Playoff Game Day: 4-7-14

KHL Eastern Conference Finals
(4)Ufa 4 vs. (1)Magnitogorsk 0
Magnitogorsk Leads the Series 2-1
Andrey Vasilevskiy, Ufa, Win, SO, 22/22, 0.00 GAA, 1.000 sv%
Regular season totals: 28 GP, 14-8-5, 3 SO, 2.21 GAA, .923 sv%
Playoff totals: 16 GP, 9-7-0, 1 SO, 2.11 GAA, .929 sv%

Vasily Koshechkin, Loss, 20/22, 2.65 GAA, .909 sv%
Regular season totals: 51 GP, 30-12-8, 9 SO, 1.88 GAA, .940 sv%
Playoff totals: 12 GP, 10-2-0, 0 SO, 1.91 GAA, .935 sv%

Today might've been a game changer in the KHL Eastern Conference Finals. Not only did Lightning prospect goaltender Andrey Vasilevskiy post a 22 save shutout to hand Magnitogorsk just their second defeat of the KHL postseason, but Metallurg goaltender Vasily Koshechkin was pulled by Head Coach Mike Keenan after a Third Period soft goal that put Ufa up 2-0. What effect will the quick hook have on the veteran Koshechkin? We shall see when Game Four drops on Wednesday. Ex-Canucks draft pick Kirill Koltsov had a pair of assists in the win for Ufa.

NA Juniors Playoffs Game Night: 4-6-14

Ontario Hockey League

Barrie Colts 1 @ North Bay Battalion 4
Battalion lead best-of-7 Eastern Conference Semifinals, 2-0

D Jake Dotchin, BAR: 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM
Playoff totals: 7 GP: 2-2-4, +1, 6 PIM
Season totals: 63 GP, 11-25-36, +22, 121 PIM
2012-13 totals: 66 GP, 4-18-22, E, 81 PIM

D Dylan Blujus, NB: 1-0-1, +1, 0 PIM
Playoff totals: 9 GP, 3-0-3, E, 8 PIM
Season totals: 55 GP, 4-26-30, +12, 56 PIM
2012-13 totals: 68 GP, 2-27-29, -8, 57 PIM

North Bay scored four times in the span of about four minutes in the third period to claim Game 2 and take a 2-0 series lead over Barrie. Dylan Blujus scored a power play goal, giving him three goals in nine playoff games. He had four goals in 55 regular season games. Undrafted free agent Barclay Goodrow had two goals for the Battalion. The series moves to Barrie for Game 3 on Tuesday.

NA Juniors Playoffs Game Night: 4-5-14

Quebec Major Junior Hockey League

Gatineau Olympiques 2 @ Halifax Mooseheads 6
Mooseheads lead best-of-7 second round series, 2-0

C/W Jonathan Drouin, HAL: 0-4-4, E, 0 PIM, 1 Hit, 4 SOG, 12/24 FO, *Third Star*
Playoff totals: 6 GP, 6-13-19, +7, 4 PIM
Season totals: 46 GP, 29-70-108, +49, 43 PIM
2011-2012 Season: 49 GP, 41-64-105, +48, 32 PIM

Halifax got two goals from Nik Ehlers (2014) and four assists from Jonathan Drouin on its way to a 6-2 Game 2 win. Drouin, who has been a game star in all six playoff games, extended his multi-point game streak to nine games. Game 3 is Tuesday in Gatineau.

Crunch Come Back to Stun Comets in OT


By Jeremy Houghtaling

Down by three midway through the third period, Syracuse Crunch head coach Rob Zettler believed his team deserved better.

Syracuse was outshooting Utica and had more quality scoring opportunities, but the Comets still had the advantage on the scoreboard.

"I just thought we had control of the game, but they were winning," Zettler said.

The Crunch's fortunes turned around quickly.

Syracuse tied the score with three goals in the final 1:39 of regulation -- each time with the goalie pulled -- and Brett Connolly scored 2:36 into overtime, as the Crunch stunned the Comets, 6-5, at the Onondaga County War Memorial Saturday.

AHL Game Night: 4-5-14 Comets at Crunch

Never say die.

UTI-5
SYR-6 (OT)

Kristers Gudlevskis allowed 5 goals on 25 shots for the OT win. The goal support came late, but whenever it comes it's always a beautiful thing.

First Period
SYR Paradis, (5) (Namestnikov, Mormina), 7:16
UTI O'Reilly, (4) , 12:26 (PP)
SYR Gourde, (5) (Korobov, DiSalvatore), 16:44 (PP)

Second Period
UTI Friesen, (5) (Lain), 11:39
UTI Friesen, (6) (Biega, Welsh), 18:27 (PP)

Third Period
UTI Kennedy, (1) (O'Reilly), 9:44
UTI Welsh, (5) (Friesen, Sauve), 10:49
SYR Namestnikov, (18) (Paradis, Paquette), 18:21
SYR Marchessault, (18) (Connolly, Gourde), 18:52 (SH)
SYR Marchessault, (19) (Paquette, Angelidis), 19:07 (SH)

Third Period
SYR Connolly, (19) (Korobov, Namestnikov), 2:36

Jonathan Marchessault, Philippe Paradis, and Vladislav Namestnikov were the game's three stars.

You could watch 76 AHL games a year for the rest of your life and not see what happened tonight again. In pro hockey, having a 3 goal deficit at anytime in the Third Period should be a death sentence. Having it with less than 3 minutes left in the Third Period should absolutely be a death sentence. Having it with less than 3 minutes and having a man in the box for most of that time really, really should be a death sentence. The Syracuse Crunch scored 3 straight extra attacker goals late in the Third Period tonight to force Overtime. Two of those goals were technically shorthanded. Coach Gordon Bombay just called from Hollywood and even he thinks the plot tonight was implausible and ludicrous. That is not supposed to happen. Ever. There must not be a rock big or heavy enough for Utica to crawl under right now, because Syracuse bent the laws of time and space to find a way to win that game tonight. Wow.

With the win, Syracuse moves to 1 game under .500 with 6 left to play. After winning tonight the way they did, who in their right mind would bet against them to get on the right side of .500 before the year's complete?

Box score from TheAHL.com.

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