Organization in disarray at damn near every level.
NOR Keller, (6) (Schneider), 5:32 (PP)
PHI Downie, (3) (Ross, Kane), 11:50 (PP)
NOR Henrich, (8) (Milley, Keller), 1:01 (PP)
PHI Grant, (1) (Guenin), 1:34
PHI Downie, (4) (Boulerice), 8:53
PHI Powe, (3) (Grant), 10:15
PHI Boulerice, (1) (Beaulieu), 18:30
PHI Zingoni, (10) (Matsumoto, Ruzicka), 9:56
NOR Milley, (8) (Jancevski), 15:44
Box score from TheAHL.com.
Former Lightning prospect and Detroit Viper Konstantin Kalmikov scored twice for the Ice Pilots as Pensacola handed Mississippi another road loss by a score of 5-2. After a hot start upon returning from his pre-season injury, Stan Lascek is slumping offensively.
Apparently the Lightning skaters didn't get any "effort" for Christmas.
Karri Ramo allowed 3 goals on 31 shots in the loss including the late game winning goal which came on a shot which was deflected off a stick on the way in that Ramo stopped with his shoulder, popped into the air, and was eventually pushed in accidentally by Martin St. Louis and Paul Ranger. Tough way to take the loss for the kid.
Tampa Bay 9:49, Vincent Lecavalier 25 (Vaclav Prospal, Shane O'Brien)
Washington 17:42, Brian Pothier 4 (Alexander Ovechkin, Dave Steckel)
Washington 17:07, Matt Bradley 2 (Dave Steckel, Mike Green)
Harri Sateri allowed 7 goals on 41 shots as the Finnish U20 WJC team started off their tournament with a 7-4 loss to Russia. Lightning prospect Riku Helenius did not play in the game.
The Mississippi Sea Wolves won the middle stanza of a three game road trip to Beaumont, but lost the Thursday and Saturday night games. The three game series was a hard fought battle for both teams with the Wildcatters owning a 1 goal differential in the three games played.
Stan Lascek assisted on Chris Cava's OT game-winner Friday night.