Game Results

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N.A. Juniors Game Night: 11/19

WHL scores from Fadden, Tyrell, Tokarski, and Wright...

Finnish Jr. A Scores

11/12:
Matias Sointu was still out in Ilves Jr. A's 6-2 loss to Blues Jr. A.

11/15:
Matias Sointu was still out as HPK Jr. A annihilated Ilves Jr. A 7-1.

11/19:
Matias Sointu was still out as Ilves Jr. A fell to Jokerit Jr. A 2-1 in overtime.

AHL Game Night 11/19: Admirals at Sharks

The road is a tough place to make up ground.

NOR-3
WOR-4

Karri Ramo allowed 4 goals on 32 shots for the loss. His .890 season save percentage is starting to become a bit of an eyesore.

First Period
NOR Szczechura, (9) (Smolenak, Bochenski), 1:30
NOR Smith, (3) (Hutchinson, Bochenski), 6:05 (PP)
WOR Cavanagh, (7) (Demers, Vesce), 14:20

Second Period
WOR Moore, (1) (Demers, Zalewski), 0:32 (PP)

Third Period
WOR Larose, (8) (Demers, Armstrong), 4:10
WOR Desjardins, (2) (Buckley, McLaren), 9:55
NOR Heward, (4) (Szczechura, Downie), 19:13

Paul Szczechura now has 9 goals and 20 points in 17 games. As of this moment, he's tied for 5th in the AHL in scoring.

Box score from TheAHL.com.

N.A. Juniors Game Night: 11/18

WHL
Spokane Chiefs 1 @ Brandon Wheat Kings 4
G Dustin Tokarski, SPO: Loss, 19 saves on 22 shots
Season totals: 20 GP, 12-6-0-2, 1.78 GAA, .944 sv%, 3 shutouts

Tokarski lost his second straight start with an uncharacteristic three GAA game. The Chiefs were down just 2-1 with three minutes left in the game before Braydon Schenn, fresh off being named Central Scouting’s third-ranked draft eligible WHLer, added an insurance goal. Ryan Craig’s former junior team then added a late empty netter to finish the scoring. Tokarski still leads the WHL in GAA, save percentage (.924 next highest), and shutouts. He’s third in wins.

NCAA Game Night: 11/18

No.18 Harvard Crimson 3 @ Brown Bears 3 (OT) (ECAC)
C/W Alexander Killorn, HAR: 0-1-1, -1, 4 PIM (boarding, interference), 2 SOG
Season totals: 7 GP, 1-4-5, -1, 18 PIM

Killorn, a freshman, earned a power play assist on the game’s opening goal and had at least two scoring chances in overtime. Harvard (4-2-1) had just snuck back into USCHO’s Top-20 at No.18 before failing to win at winless Brown (0-4-2). Minnesota (6-0-4) is the new No.1 after Lightning prospect John Wessbecker and UMass upset Boston University last week. Somehow Boston (7-2-0) still earned four first-place votes in the poll.

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