Game Results

Event tag that describes the results of a prospect's game

Sunday's Finnish Jr. A Score

Matias Sointu had a goal, 4 penalty minutes, and 8 shots on goal in Ilves Jr. A's 6-5 shootout win over Karpat Jr. A.

Saturday's Finnish Jr. A Score

Matias Sointu was -1 in Ilves Jr. A's 6-1 blowout loss to Blues Jr. A.

Thursday and Saturday's Elitserien Scores

Thursday
Johan Harju scored his second goal of the season in Lulea's 4-3 loss to Rogle.

Andreas Holmqvist scored the game winning goal and had a power play assist in Frolunda's 3-2 win over MODO.

Saturday
Johan Harju had an assist and 2 penalty minutes in Lulea's 3-2 loss to HV 71.

Andreas Holmqvist was scoreless in Frolunda's 2-1 loss to Farjestads.

Tuesday Through Friday's KHL Scores

Tuesday
Alexei Glukhov did not play in Mytischi's 4-1 loss to St. Petersburg.

Denis Kazionov did not play in Khabarovsk's 4-2 win over Voskresensk.

Albert Vishnyakov did not play in Novokuznetsk's 3-2 loss to Omsk.

Ilya Solarev and Vitali Smolianinov were scoreless in Astana's 4-2 win over Novosibirsk. Smolianinov was +1 in the match.

Vasily Koshechkin did not play in Togliatti's 6-2 win over Chelyabinsk.

Dimitri Kazionov was scoreless in Kazan's 4-2 loss to Yulaev.

Wednesday
Anton But had an assist and was +1 in CSKA's 3-2 win over Dynamo Moscow.

Thursday
Alexei Glukhov did not play in Mytischi's 6-1 drubbing of Cherepovets.

Denis Kazionov was scoreless in Khabarovsk's 4-0 shutout loss to Omsk.

Ilya Solarev had a pair of assists and was +1 in Astana's 4-3 win over Novokuznetsk. Vitali Smolianinov was scoreless in the match for Astana. Albery Vishnyakov recorded a helper and was +1 for Novokuznetsk.

Vasily Koshechkin fell to 1-1-1 on the season as Togliatti lost 2-1 in overtime to Yulaev. Koshechkin stopped 31 of 33 shots faced.

Friday
Denis Kazionov did not play in Khabarovsk's 4-3 loss to Omsk.

Anton But had 1 goal, 1 assist, and was +1 as CSKA pounded Misk 8-3.

NHL Preseason Game Night 9/25: Lightning at Rangers

In case BoltProspects hasn't made this crystal clear over the past three years: Karri Ramo is real, real good.

TB-4
NYR-2

Ramo stopped 45 of 47 shots in the victory tonight and was named the game's first star.

First Period
NY Rangers 8:58, Dan Fritsche 1 (Patrick Rissmiller, Dmitri Kalinin)
Tampa Bay 11:37, Chris Gratton 1 (Radim Vrbata, Matt Carle)

Second Period
NY Rangers 7:56, Lauri Korpikoski 1 (Dan Fritsche, Daniel Girardi)

Third Period
Tampa Bay 2:18, Ryan Malone 1 (Steven Stamkos, Andrew Hutchinson)
Tampa Bay 4:36, Martin St. Louis 1 (Matt Carle, Michel Ouellet)
Tampa Bay 19:41, Evgeny Artyukhin 1 (empty net) (Steven Stamkos, Matt Carle)

The positives tonight were Ramo and that several of the marquee newcomers found their way onto the scoresheet. Matt Carle getting assists in triplicate was an obvious positive, as was Ryan Malone finding the back of the net and Steven Stamkos chipping in a pair of assists.

The negative is that the Lightning were once again soundly outshot despite having most of their NHL regulars in the lineup. We're seeing the convergence of at least three factors here: 1.) the installation of a new system, 2.) lack of chemistry due to so many newcomers being in the lineup, and 3.) a ridiculously inexperienced blueline. Speculation in the broadcast tonight also centered around whether or not the Lightning are in the best of condition right now. Considering the compressed preseason schedule the Lightning are playing right now, and that they've been traveling quite a bit, it might be fatigue setting in more than the Lightning being out of shape.

The extended statistics from the NHL are delayed right now, so I'll update the lines of the prospects later. When I took a peek earlier tonight, Matt Carle also was working on a monster line of his own that was worth mentioning, so I'll add that later too.

Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

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