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Ward's Career Night Sparks Cape Breton to Commanding Series Lead

N.A. Juniors Playoff Game Night: 4/5

Cape Breton Screaming Eagles 5 @ Quebec Remparts 3
Cape Breton leads Best of 7 series 2-0
D Michael Ward, CB: 0-3-3, +3, 2 PIM, 0 SOG, *First Star*
Playoff totals: 6 GP, 1-4-5, +4, 10 PIM
Season totals: 65 GP, 7-27-34, +9, 105 PIM

Cape Breton swept the series' opening games in Quebec City and their 2-0 lead heading back to the island looks huge. Ward’s three assist sets a career high for assists in a game. He has reached three points in a game one other time, that coming December 28 vs. PEI (1-2-3) - his second game with the Screaming Eagles after being traded from Lewiston. Two of Ward's assists Sunday came on the power play and one was shorthanded. Game 3 is Tuesday in Sydney.

USHL Note
Luke Witkowski and West No.3 Fargo will begin their Best of 5 first round series with No.2 Omaha on Friday in Nebraska.

AHL Game Day 4/5: Admirals at Phantoms

Unable to solve Munroe.

NOR-0
PHI-3

Craig Kowalski allowed 3 goals on 31 shots for the loss.

First Period
PHI Ratchuk, (5) (Munroe), 7:27
PHI Laliberte, (27) (Guenin, Matsumoto), 9:16 (SH)
PHI Laliberte, (28) (Matsumoto, Maroon), 17:37

Second Period
NO SCORING

Third Period
NO SCORING

Kowalski was named the game's third star.

Box score from TheAHL.com.

Fadden Strong Again in Win

N.A. Juniors Playoff Game Night: 3/31

Another multipoint night for Fadden ... The Wright Stuff ... Tokarski and Spokane on the ropes ... Witkowski ready for the playoffs ... Barberio and Moncton defeat Cunti and Rimouski.

NHL Game Night 4/4: Lightning at Islanders

2-1/2 hours of my life I'll never get back.

TB-1
NYI-3

Mike McKenna allowed 3 goals on 21 shots for the loss. That might've been his worst game as a member of the Lightning. Each of the Islanders' first two goals are ones Mike probably would like back and he made another big puck handling error that he managed to get away with. He's got one more start scheduled this season, and that's probably a good thing. You'd hate to go out like that after a pretty successful year.

First Period
00:23 NYI Park (14), (Joensuu)

Second Period
14:52 NYI Martinek (5), (Gervais, Joensuu)(PP)
16:38 TB Pettinger (6), (Karsums)(PP)

Third Period
09:14 NYI Bailey (7), (Comeau, Gervais)(PP)

The Lightning waited 35 minutes tonight to start playing. Watching grass grow would've been more exciting.

Noah Welch had 3 hits and 3 blocked shots in 19:04. He's been decent the past two games, which is shocking considering how poorly he'd previously played.

Zenon Konopka had a fight, 1 shot, 1 hit, and was 67% on draws in 7:42. He earned his game check.

Matt Smaby was beastly with 2 penalty minutes, 2 shots, 7 hits, and 3 blocked shots in 22:22. He's been so much better since taking a game off to nurse his foot injury. Graduation Tuesday. Bring your digital cap and gown.

David Koci had 15 penalty minutes in 6:34. Former Lightning farm hand Mitch Fritz threw him around like a rag doll.

Paul Szczechura was -1 with 2 penalty minutes, 2 shots, and 1 blocked shot in 15:33. He was also 38% on draws.

Martins Karsums had 1 assist and was -1 with 6 penalty minutes, 2 shots, 4 hits, and 1 blocked shot in 12:02. Like Welch, he's playing better in these past two games.

Matt Lashoff was -1 with 3 shots, 1 hit, and 1 blocked shot in 27:17. He lost a couple of physical battles that resulted in one puck going in the net and one being rung off the post. He didn't do his younger pairing partner any favors.

Vladimir Mihalik was -1 with 1 shot in 13:05 paired primarily with Lashoff. I thought this was his best NHL game thus far, but that may not be saying much. He looked more confident, but he's still a little slow to react to the play. The guy's a mountain and he had 0 hits. That's still a problem. I was, admittedly, surprised he got the call over Ty Wishart or Kevin Quick.

Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

AHL Game Night 4/4: Phantoms at Admirals

Undermanned Admirals finish their home schedule with a tough loss.

PHI-4
NOR-2

Riku Helenius allowed 3 goals on 29 shots for the loss.

First Period
PHI Kane, (16) (Syvret, Ross), 0:42
PHI Curry, (5) (Clackson, Ross), 11:21

Second Period
NOR Zingoni, (6) (Jones, Segal), 2:32
NOR Jones, (19) (Lundin, Smolenak), 10:18 (PP)

Third Period
PHI Kane, (17) (Syvret, Ross), 5:17 (PP)
PHI Laliberte, (26) (Kane, Guenin), 19:59 (EN)

Blair Jones was named the game's second star with his 19th goal of the season. The knock on Blair has been his consistency and his defensive play. Still, he finds himself just one goal shy of the magic 20 plateau. I'm still hoping he gets a game or two with the Lightning before the end of the year.

Mike Lundin now has 27 points. 30 is a do-able goal for the former Black Bear.

The good news is that Albany got pasted by Binghamton, so the Ads and Rats are still tied in the race to see who will occupy the division basement.

Box score from TheAHL.com.

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