Game Results

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NCAA Game Night: 1-25-2014

Miami RedHawks 6 @ Colorado College Tigers 1

F Jimmy Mullin, MIA: Did not play
Season totals: 20 GP, 1-6-7, +4, 21 PIM
2012-2013 totals: 38 GP, 6-8-14, E, 14 PIM

Jimmy Mullin was a scratch after playing Friday night’s 4-1 loss at CC.

No. 18 North Dakota 0 @ No. 16 Denver Pioneers 3

F Brendan O’Donnell, UND: 0-0-0, -1, 1 SOG
Season totals: 17 GP, 3-4-7, -1, 6 PIM
2012-2013 totals: 29 GP, 2-8-10, E, 20 PIM

Denver won Saturday to earn a weekend split with UND. O’Donnell’s line combined for six points on Friday night, but failed to register a point on Saturday.

Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs 4 vs No. 1 Minnesota Golden Gophers 4

G Adam Wilcox, MIN: Tie, 38 saves on 42 shots
Season totals: 22 GP, 17-2-4, 2.05 GAA, .929 sv%, 2 SO
2012-2013 totals: 39 GP, 25-8-5, 1.88 GAA, .921 sv%, 3 SO

Wilcox and the Gophers won the inaugural North Star College Cup with a 5-4 shootout win over the Bulldogs. UMD scored with two minutes left in the third period on a lethal wrist shot that snuck under the crossbar by Wilcox. Overtime was scoreless and Wilcox stopped both shooters he faced in the shootout, including a big glove save on the second opportunity. Both Gopher shooters converted their opportunities to claim the championship.

*USCHO poll used

KHL Game Day: 1-25-14 and 1-26-14

1-25-14
Vladivostok 3 vs. Ufa 2
Andrey Vasilevskiy, Ufa, Loss, 25/28, 3.05 GAA, .893 sv%
Season totals: 24 GP, 11-8-4, 2 SO, 2.35 GAA, .920 sv%

Vladivostok built a 3-0 lead thanks in part to a goal from former Lightning defenseman Mike Commodore and rode out a Ufa comeback to win 3-2. Ex-Senators draft pick Ilya Zubov had a pair of helpers for Admiral in the win.

Novosibirsk 2 vs. Magnitogorsk 1
Vasily Koshechkin, Magnitogorsk, Loss, 28/30, 2.01 GAA, .933 sv%
Season totals: 46 GP, 28-10-7, 7 SO, 1.98 GAA, .937 sv%

Oleg Gubin's goal with 37 seconds left in regulation lifted Novosibirsk to a 2-1 triumph over Magnitogorsk. Former Red Wings farmhand Francis Pare had Metallurg's only goal, which was a Second Period shorthanded marker.

1-26-14
Ekaterinburg 2 vs. Khanty-Mansiysk 3 (SO)
Nikita Gusev, Khanty-Mansiysk, 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 3 SOG
Season totals: 39 GP, 6-6-12, -5, 10 PIM

Lightning prospect Nikita Gusev scored a shootout goal to help seal a 3-2 Yugra victory over Ekaterinburg. Yugra also got a shootout goal and a regulation goal from former Lightning draft pick Radek Smolenak in the win. Gusev, who played 16:13 in the match, continues to cement his role as Yugra's shootout ace.

Podolsk 1 vs. Bratislava 2 (SO)
Jaroslav Janus, Bratislava, SO Win, 25/26, 0.92 GAA, .962 sv%
Season totals: 36 GP, 14-15-7, 2 SO, 2.90 GAA, .896 sv%

Jaroslav Janus turned away 1 of 2 in the shootout session in Slovan's 2-1 win over Podolsk. Bratislava's shooters, conversely, were a perfect 3-for-3, including a conversion by former NHL'er Miroslav Satan. Ex-Flyers farmhand Johan Backlund took the loss for Podolsk.

NHL Game Night: 1-25-14 Avalanche at Lightning

Did Tyler Johnson just take the lead in the Calder Trophy race?

COL-2
TB-5

Ben Bishop allowed 2 goals on 27 shots for the victory. He made one key stop in the Third Period when the Lightning were clinging to their 1 goal lead, and the team just pulled away from there. That's what good goaltenders do.

First Period
NO SCORING

Second Period
7:15 TB Johnson (14), (Hedman, Palat)
8:48 TB Barberio (3), (Filppula, Killorn)
18:04 TB Filppula (19), (Brown, Kucherov)
18:33 COL Mitchell (5), (Landeskog, Barrie)
19:03 COL Barrie (6), (MacKinnon, Parenteau)

Third Period
14:38 TB Johnson (15), (St Louis, Hedman)
16:55 TB Johnson (16), (Hedman, Salo)

Johnson, Ondrej Palat, and Victor Hedman were the game's three stars. Much love to the Tampa media for their tip of the hat to Ondrej, who did not get enough credit on the SunSports broadcast for the play he made to create the game opening goal. People, just because Dr. Drej creeps to mic like a phantom does not mean you should treat his contributions as invisible.

Coming into this game, the NHL was just starting to warm up to the idea of Tyler Johnson being a legitimate foil to Nathan MacKinnon in the race for the Calder Trophy. Johnson was second in rookie scoring. MacKinnon was first. And, it didn't hurt that the two were about to play head-to-head, so a little manufactured heat was supplied. Now? Now there's real heat, because Johnson just whipped MacKinnon in the head-to-head with a hat trick. That's the kind of thing that rarely happens that cleanly in team sports and that you cannot ignore. Johnson just ran roughshod over MacKinnon and Colorado, and it's impossible now to argue he's not a serious Calder Trophy contender. In fact, he probably just edged out to a little lead.

That was meat and potatoes Lightning hockey, overall. Very north-south. Rebound goals. Tip in goals. Greasy goals off of deflections. It's the kind of win Jon Cooper's going to point to and say, "See, there? You don't have to tie a ribbon around everything to score 5." It's a beautiful thing. Beating the team Len Barrie's son plays for is also a beautiful thing. Dan Boyle and every Lightning fan around the world approve of the outcome.

Mark Barberio had a goal and was +2 with 2 penalty minutes and 2 shots in 15:32. It was one of those mixed bag games from Barberio. Offensively he was good, earning his goal off a shot that pinged in off an Avs defender's leg. Defensively, well, the PK bailed him out after he got beat like a drum off the wall and had to haul a man down. I look forward to the day those kind of mistakes don't happen, because it'll mean more ice time for Barberio and more opportunities for him to get on the offensive side of the puck, where he's useful and good.

J.T. Brown had a helper and was +1 with 1 shot in 12:46. The stat line doesn't tell the tale. His line was en fuego tonight. He nearly completed a nifty deke for a goal in the First Period and nearly set up Valtterri Filppula for a breakaway on a heads up pass in the Third Period. As it was, his awareness led to Filppula's goal in the Second Period, with Brown hitting Filppula streaking off the bench for a one-on-one chance on the netminder.

Nikita Kucherov had a helper and was +1 in 13:45. How badly did he want to score tonight to get a measure of revenge on Patrick Roy, who traded him when the two were with Quebec in the QMJHL. Again, the stats don't tell the tale. Kucherov had 5 missed shots and one of his shots blocked. He just couldn't find the range, but he was creating deadly scoring chances all night. He just barely missed the icing on the cake goal late in the Third Period on a power play where he, frankly, just decided to take over the game. There was steam coming out of his ears by the end of the shift he wanted it so bad. I predict more classic confrontations against Roy down the road for Kucherov and the Lightning. By the way, as a side note, Roy may very well have shot himself in the foot inserting Varlamov in the Third Period, and I wonder if he regrets that decision considering his team had pulled within 1 goal already.

Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

NA Juniors Game Night: 1-25-2014

Quebec Major Junior Hockey League

Cape Breton Screaming Eagles 2 @ Halifax Mooseheads 4

C/W Jonathan Drouin, HAL: 0-1-1, E, 0 PIM, 5 SOG, 0 Hits, 11/19 FO
Season totals: 28 GP, 18-47-65, +27, 32 PIM
2011-2012 Season: 49 GP, 41-64-105, +48, 32 PIM

Drouin had just a secondary assist, but his Mooseheads still won by two. Halifax has won seven in a row and remain one point up on the Drakkar for first overall in the league.

Quebec Remparts 8 @ Val-d’Or Foreurs 5

C/W Adam Erne, QUE: 1-0-1, E, 2 PIM, 5 SOG, 6 Hits, 2/5 FO
Season totals: 37 GP, 19-33-52, E, 51 PIM
2012-2013 Season: 68 GP, 28-44-72, +11, 67 PIM

Quebec was outshot 53-28, yet won 8-5. Erne was one of seven goal scorers for the Remparts.

Note: Barrie (Dotchin) vs North Bay (Blujus) was postponed in the OHL due to weather.

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