Game Results

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CHL Game Night: 2/2

After earning first star for making 56 saves and 7 shootout stops in a 3-2 win in Windsor Thursday night, Kevin Beech was given the night off as his backup, Jonathan Laniel, got the nod for the Otters in Plymouth. Now, facing 58 shots, as Beech did Thursday, looks like a drop in the bucket compared to the 72 shots Laniel faced. That's right, 72. Laniel managed to stop 62 of them as the Otters were harpooned by the Whalers 10-1. The Otters managed 23 shots for the game - the same amount the Whalers put up in the third period.

Chris Lawrence stretched his point streak to 7 games with an assist, but Mississauga fell at home to Belleville 6-3. Lawrence's 6 game goal streak came to an end. He was plus-1 for the game.

Marek Bartanus extended his scoreless streak to a dozen games as Owen Sound lost in Kingston 6-3. He was minus-1, his 24th straight game without a plus-ranking.

In the WHL, Prince George won again, their third in a row, beating Prince Albert 5-3 at home. Vladimir Mihalik did not register a point in the game. He had an even rating and no PIM.

The Tri-City Americans did the unthinkable, shutting out Everett and Dane Crowley 2-0. Carey Price, the Canadiens first round draft pick from 2005, earned the shutout. Crowley was even for the game with no PIM. The game featured a 5 on 5 brawl in the closing seconds of the game.

The Everett Herald reports:

First, with six seconds remaining, two of the key parties from Wednesday's fracas between the two clubs (4-1 Everett win) - Everett's Kyle Beach, who received a double minor for checking from behind, and Tri-City's Colton Yellow Horn, who was on the receiving end of that hit - got into an altercation.

Then with three seconds remaining the Americans began a brawl, starting three separate fights simultaneously off the faceoff. To prevent further commotion the final three seconds of the game were run off without the teams on the ice.

ECHL Game Night 2/2: Chiefs at Royals

The long road back starts now, hopefully.

JHN-3
REA-2 (OT)

Gerald Coleman stopped 30 of 32 shots faced for the win. Dimitri Tarabrin scored the OT GWG and had an assist. The Chiefs' other goals came from Stanislav Lascek (power play) and Brandon Elliot (shorthanded) with individual assists going to Zbynek Hrdel and Grant Jacobsen. Tarabrin and Elliot were named the first and third stars of the game, respectively.

First Period
REA Kindle, (11) (Hogeboom, Rome), 7:03 (PP)

Second Period
JHN Lascek, (8) (Hrdel, Tarabrin), 17:49 (PP)
REA MacMillan, (8) (Francisco), 18:57

Third Period
JHN Elliott, (8) (Jacobsen), 5:02 (SH)

Overtime
JHN Tarabrin, (9) , 3:06

Game sheet from ECHL.com.

AHL Game Night 2/2: Falcons at Crunch

I missed the first 3 minutes of the game, but I'm watching it live on B2 Networks.

SPR-0
SYR-5 Final

First Period
SYR Platt, (19) (Lindstrom, Picard), 2:23
SYR Platt, (20) (Walser, Lindstrom), 4:05
SYR Walser, (6) (Platt, Picard), 14:27 (PP)

Second Period
SYR Labelle, (6) (Simon, Verot), 0:21
SYR Pineault, (8) (Glencross, Murray), 14:37

Third Period
NO SCORING

Friday's Superleague Scores

Dimitri Kazionov was scoreless as Kazan trounced Tver 8-2 today. Denis Kazionov did not play for Tver.

Albert Vishnyakov had an assist in Dynamo's 4-2 win over Podolsk.

Anton But had a goal in SKA's 2-2 tie with Chelyabinsk.

Vasily Koshechkin got the day off again as Mike Fountain backstopped Togliatti to a thrilling 0-0 tie with Novokuznetsk.

Evgeny Artyukhin was scoreless in Yaroslavl's 4-3 overtime win against Khabarovsk.

Alexei Glukhov was scoreless in Cherepovets' 3-2 overtime win against Salavat Yulayev.

CHL Game Night: 2/1

Who would have thought going to the league's worst team would strengthen Kevin Beech's value?

Beech and Erie continue to show signs of life after a horrible first half of the season, this time going on the road to Windsor and defeating the Spitfires 3-2 in a shootout. Beech stopped 56 of 58 shots to earn first star honors.

After allowing a respectable 2 goals on 17 shots in the first period, Beech stopped 19 of 19 in the second, 16 of 16 in the third, 6 of 6 in overtime, then 7 of 9 shooters in an extended shootout. Erie managed only 23 shots through 3 periods and overtime (9-4-8-1).

Erie plays at Plymouth tonight.

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