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AHL Game Night: 3-13-15 Flames at Crunch

Crunch avenge their most humiliating loss of the year.

ADK-4
SYR-7

Kristers Gudlevskis allowed 4 goals on 38 shots for the win. Credit him for continuing to battle after allowing 4 goals on his first 20 shots faced.

First Period
SYR Gourde, (23) (Ashton, Cote), 4:28
SYR Martindale, (9) (Marchessault), 5:39
ADK Agostino, (6) (Reinhart), 12:27 (SH)

Second Period
ADK Setoguchi, (2) (Vause, Acolatse), 2:15
SYR Ashton, (6) (Richard), 3:35
ADK Acolatse, (5) (Kulak, Arnold), 6:41 (PP)
ADK Agostino, (7) (Setoguchi, Cundari), 11:16

Third Period
SYR Martindale, (10) (Koekkoek, Broll), 2:52
SYR Witkowski, (2) (Richard, Gourde), 11:45
SYR Richard, (11) (Gourde, Ashton), 14:15
SYR Dotchin, (5) (Martindale), 18:29 (EN)

Gudlevskis, Carter Ashton, and Ryan Martindale were the game's three stars. Yanni Gourde and Tanner Richard each had 3 point nights as well, so lots of Syracuse players got healthy on the stat sheet tonight.

The Crunch have fallen 6 points out of the conference title chase, but are still up 5 points on Springfield in the division. The real question is whether Syracuse can sustain any success if Vladislav Namestnikov stays with Tampa Bay the rest of the season. It's a tough ask, but the team did manage 7 goals tonight, obviously.

Box score from TheAHL.com.

KHL Playoff Game Day: 3-13-15

KHL Eastern Conference Semifinals
(2)Novosibirsk 2 vs. (3)Magnitogorsk 0
Novosibirsk Leads the Series 1-0
Vasily Koshechkin, Magnitogorsk, Loss, 22/24, 2.05 GAA, .917 sv%
Playoff totals: 6 GP, 4-2-0, 1 SO, 1.68 GAA, .943 sv%
Regular season totals: 51 GP, 32-10-6, 5 SO, 1.86 GAA, .934 sv%

Ex-Panthers and Blackhawks farmhand Alexander Salak stopped all 38 shots he faced to help Novosibirsk blank Magnitka 2-0 in Game One of their second round KHL playoff series. Magnitogorsk outshot Novosibirsk 38-24 in the contest. Ex-Isles 4th rounder David Ullstrom had the eventual game winner.

Juniors Game Night: 3-12-15

Ontario Hockey League

Guelph Storm 9 @ Windsor Spitfires 3

W Cristiano DiGiacinto, WSR: 1-0-1, -2, 4 PIM
Season totals: 58 GP, 21-22-43, -10, 95 PIM
2013-14 totals: 50 GP, 17-11-28, +8, 101 PIM

Windsor’s playoff chances took a hit Thursday night when the Storm rolled into town and put nine pucks into the Spits’ net. Windsor is one point behind Saginaw and one ahead of Plymouth for the West’s final playoff spot. The “winner” gets Sault Ste. Marie in the first round. (Tampa Bay Lightning photo)

NHL Game Night: 3-12-15 Lightning at Bruins

Bruised but unbroken.

TB-2
BOS-3 (SO)

Ben Bishop allowed 2 goals on 30 shots before allowing 2 of 3 to convert in the penalty shot session for the SO loss. He looked like he was battling it a bit at times tonight, but 2 goals in 65 minutes is strong, even if the Bruins' second goal was a bit soft.

First Period
7:57 BOS Pastrnak (9), (Spooner, Lucic)
15:29 TB Stamkos (37), (unassisted)

Second Period
NO SCORING

Third Period
2:20 BOS Bergeron (19), (Seidenberg)
8:04 TB Namestnikov (5), (Barberio, Sustr)

Overtime
NO SCORING

Shootout
TB- NONE
BOS- Bergeron, Marchand

Boston's media, bastions of class and taste that they are, decided to award all three stars to Bruins players in a game that went to the shootout and where the Lightning outshot and outchanced the B's. Quite scum baggy on their part.

Everything was going against the Lightning going into this game as they found out they'll be facing extended absences by Palat, Coburn, and Paquette due to injury and they were heading into a barn where they simply have been cursed. They had a pretty poor First Period adjusting to the shuffled lines and pairings, but from the Second Period on they dominated, eventually outshooting the Bruins 37-30 for the game. That's an impressive show of strength from the Lightning's depth players, especially given how much Boston traps. Honestly, the two goals Boston got tonight were a goal that could've easily been waved off for being kicked in and a point shot softie that Bishop didn't get. If anything, these close games against Montreal and Boston have been very good stress tests heading toward the playoffs, and for the most part the team has responded impressively.

With Montreal going down to Ottawa tonight, all is now square at 91 points stop the Atlantic Division with Montreal holding just 1 game in hand. The Canadiens hardly look like world beaters right now, though, so the Lightning are in good shape to take this at the finish line even with the injuries.

Mike Angelidis had 1 hit in 7:36.

Nikita Nesterov had 1 shot, 1 hit, and 1 blocked shot in 13:11. I thought he was pretty heady with the puck, for the most part, but it was clear he had some struggles with the size and physicality of the Bruins' forwards. So, the coaching staff had to be careful about usage with Nikita tonight.

Vladislav Namestnikov had a goal and was -1 with 2 shots and 3 hits in 12:29. He very quickly moved up to take the Palat spot on the line with Johnson and Kucherov and performed admirably. His goal was a pretty nice display of skill to quickly get the puck up to his stick after a point shot hit some traffic in front. He's looking like a guy who will be very hard to send down to Syracuse ever again.

Box score and extended statistics from NHL.com.

Extraliga Playoff Game Day: 3-12-15

Quarterfinal Round
(4)Sparta Praha 5 vs. (5)Mountfield HK 3
Sparta Praha Leads the Series 2-0
Jaroslav Janus, Sparta Praha, 1/1, 0.00 GAA, 1.000 sv%
Playoff totals: 1 GP, 0-0-0, 0 SO, 0.00 GAA, 1.000 sv%
Regular season totals (CZE): 5 GP, 2-3-0, 0 SO, 4.56 GAA, .849 sv%
Regular season totals (KHL): 25 GP, 6-12-5, 2 SO, 3.01 GAA, .891 sv%

Jaroslav Janus stopped the only shot he faced in 4:31 of relief in Sparta's 5-3 win over Mountfield HK. Jan Buchtele led the way for Sparta with a pair of goals while ex-Leafs 5th rounder Juraj Mikas also contributed a goal. Ex-Sharks 6th rounder Jaroslav Kudrna contributed a pair of goals for Mountfield in defeat. Game Three is scheduled for Sunday.

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