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CHL Game Night: 9/18

Sointu makes his North American debut ... Zador gets a win in Oshawa's season opener ... Barberio and DeCoste also in action.

NHL Preseason Game Night: 9/18 Thrashers at Lightning

Prospects and veterans both shine in an overtime win.

ATL-1
TB-2 (OT)

Mike Smith allowed 1 goal on 19 shots in 40 minutes of action before giving way to wunderkind Dustin Tokarski who was perfect on 9 saves the rest of the way for the win.

First Period
TB 16:52, Malone 1 (PP) (Foster, Lecavalier)

Second Period
ATL 9:10, Postma 1 (Slater)

Third Period
NO SCORING

Overtime
TB 4:34, St. Louis 1 (PP) (Lecavalier)

Your three stars were Martin St. Louis, Richard Panik, and Zenon Konopka.

The stealth good news from these first two preseason games is that Kurtis Foster has a power play assist in each contest. If Foster can refind his groove in Tampa Bay, the Lightning will have a formidable power play which could put a playoff berth within reach.

It's never a bad thing when Vincent Lecavalier starts off the year with a multi-point night either.

Carter Ashton had 2 shots in 10:43 in his first big audition for a roster spot.

Zenon Konopka wasted all of 3 seconds before he dropped the gloves tonight and finished with a pair of brawls in 6:55.

Paul Szczechura was -1 with 1 shot and 1 hit in 13:07. He was also 50% on draws.

Blair Jones had 1 shot and 2 hits in 14:12.

Richard Panik was -1 with 1 shot and 1 hit in 11:59.

And, finally, Victor Hedman topped 27 minutes of ice time again tonight registering 1 shot, 2 hits, and 1 blocked shot in 27:04. This young man is the truth, folks. He's started his pro career by playing over 54 minutes over the span of 72 hours, and handled it with seeming ease.

Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

KHL Game Day: 9/18

Johan Harju was -1 with 2 shots in 14:51 as Dynamo Moscow defeated Omsk 2-1. Harju was 62.5% on draws in the match. Karri Ramo allowed 2 goals on 28 shots for the loss for Omsk.

Tomorrow is a rare day off for the Lightning's Russian prospects.

CHL Game Night: 9/17

Ontario Hockey League

Owen Sound Attack 1 @ Barrie Colts 9
LW/C Alex Hutchings, BAR: 0-1-1,+1, 0 PIM

The Eastern Conference favorite Colts started their season off with a bang by crushing Owen Sound 9-1. The game was well out of hand by the time the third period started as the Colts were sitting back on an 8-1 lead. Hutchings, who has led the Colts in scoring the last two seasons, had a relatively quiet opener, notching just an assist. Luke Pither (undrafted) had 4 goals for Barrie.

Defending OHL and Memorial Cup champion Windsor also started their season Thursday, but a depleted Spits squad lost 6-5 to rival Plymouth in a shootout. Windsor’s Richard Panik was in Tampa preparing for tonight’s exhibition game for the Lightning. Both Barrie and Windsor are predicted to run away with their respective conference titles.

KHL Game Day: 9/17

Denis Kazionov had 4 shots on goal in 20:10 of ice time as Ekaterinburg defeated Mytischi 2-1 in the shootout.

Tomorrow: an intriguing matchup between Johan Harju and Dynamo Moscow and Karri Ramo and Avangard Omsk.

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