Mississippi Sea Wolves

ECHL Game Night: 10/20

Lightning prospects yet to make a splash statistically... unless you call 9 shots in 2 games by Smolenak a splash. No? I didn't think so, either.

Mississippi Sea Wolves 1 @ Florida Everblades 4
D Jay Rosehill: 0-0-0, E, 2 PIM, 1 SOG
LW Radek Smolenak: 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM, 4 SOG
F Brandon Elliot: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 0 SOG

Ex-Lightning prospect Morgan Cey allows 4 goals on 26 shots, although 3 of FLA's goals came on the power play. For the two game series, 6 of the Blade's 10 goals came on the man advantage, and another came short-handed.

ECHL Game Night: 10/19

Ouch. And head coach Stefan Walby waited two years for this? Mississippi was 0 for 4 on the power play and allowed a short-handed goal. Meanwhile the Sea Wolves PK was 5 of 8.

Mississippi Sea Wolves 1 @ Florida Everblades 6
D Jay Rosehill: 0-0-0, E, 4 PIM, 0 SOG
LW Radek Smolenak: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 5 SOG
F Brandon Elliot: 0-0-0, E, 17 PIM, 1 SOG

Ex-Lightning prospect Morgan Cey torched for 6 goals on 42 shots, but 4 of the 6 goals were scored by the Florida special teams.

With 3-1/2 minutes left, Brandon Elliot was tagged with the 2-5-10 (Roughing, FM, GM) in an attempt to save the Wolves a bit of face.

Ads Assign 4 to ECHL Mississippi

(Norfolk Admirals release)

Today, Norfolk Admirals General Manager Claude Loiselle announced that defensemen Brett Angel and Jay Rosehill and left wings Brandon Elliott and Radek Smolenak have been assigned to the Mississippi Sea Wolves (ECHL).

Rosehill, 6’4” and 215 pounds, appeared in three games for the Admirals going scoreless with 11 penalty minutes. Smolenak, 6’3” and 180 pounds, appeared in two games for the Admirals going scoreless with two penalty minutes. Smolenak was the Lightning's top forward in Traverse City, Michigan during the September prospects tournament, drawing praise from Lightning General Manager Jay Feaster, among others. Angel, 6’6” and 229 pounds, and Elliot, 6’4” and 225 pounds, had not appeared in a game with Norfolk. The Sea Wolves kick off their 2007-08 season on Friday when they visit the Florida Everblades.

Boutin Completes Pre-season 2-0

Jonathan Boutin stopped 16 of 17 shots Saturday night as the Mississippi Sea Wolves completed their pre-season play 2-0 by dropping the Austin Ice Bats of the Central Hockey League by a score of 5-1.

The Sea Wolves open their 2007-2008 regular season on the road Oct 19 and 20 against the Florida Everblades.

Boutin Gets Pre-Season Win for Sea Wolves

Jonathan Boutin stopped 14 of 15 shots as the Mississippi Sea Wolves fired 44 shots of their own enroute to a 3-1 pre-season win Friday evening against the Texas Brahmas of the Central Hockey League in North Richland Hills, TX.

The Sea Wolves continue ECHL vs. CHL pre-season action tonight on the road in Austin, TX against the CHL's Austin Ice Bats.

Ramo Out 3-4 Weeks

(Norfolk Admirals release)

Today, Norfolk Admirals General Manager Claude Loiselle announced that goaltender Karri Ramo has suffered a high ankle sprain and will be out three to four weeks. Subsequently, the Admirals have recalled goaltender Morgan Cey from the Mississippi Sea Wolves (ECHL).

Lascek Update

The Lightning has confirmed Stanislav Lascek did indeed suffer an injury during Norfolk's training camp. Lightning General Manager Jay Feaster said the injury was not sustained on the ice and no specifics were offered on the injury's whereabouts or cause.

Lascek struggled in Traverse City in early September and also failed to make a strong impression in his brief time in Norfolk camp before this latest injury. As a result, Feaster stated Lascek will be assigned to ECHL Mississippi when he is cleared to play.

A former QMJHL scoring star, Lascek split his rookie pro season last year between ECHL Johnstown (25 GP, 12-15-27) and AHL Springfield (29 GP, 2-2-4). He had 135 points in 64 games for Chicoutimi in his final year of junior.

Lascek has two years remaining on his entry level contract, including this season.

Sea Wolves Camp Opens

The long-awaited return of professional hockey to the Gulf Coast region takes another important step today with Mississippi Sea Wolves reporting this morning for team physicals. Around lunchtime, the team with board a bus enroute for Beaumont, TX for Friday's start of the 2007 Sea Wolves training camp.

Camp Norfolk: Team White Defeats Team Blue 6-4; Admirals Trim Roster

On Sunday at the Chilled Ponds Ice Sports Complex in Chesapeake, Radek Smolenak scored the game-tying and go-ahead goals to propel Team White past Team Blue 6-4 in the Admirals’ annual Blue vs. White intra-squad scrimmage game.

Boxscore (Team, Period/Time, Scorer, Assists):

1. BLUE 1/5:38 Rob Klinkhammer (Unassisted)
2. WHITE 1/9:40 Stan Lascek (Unassisted)
3. WHITE 1/10:14 Matt Radoslovich (Lance Monych, Vladimir Mihalik)
4. BLUE 1/11:50 Mike Falk (Rob Klinkhammer)
5. BLUE 2/6:21 Dana Tyrell (Mathieu Melanson)
6. WHITE 2/9:59 Radek Smolenak (Daine Todd, Vladimir Mihalik) (Power Play)
7. WHITE 2/13:20 Radek Smolenak (Marek Kvapil, Jay Holladay)
8. WHITE 3/7:58 Justin Keller (Brandon Elliott)
9. BLUE 3/16:24 Dana Tyrell (Unassisted) (Shorthanded)
10. WHITE 3/19:17 Justin Keller (Justin Taylor)

Penalties, goaltender stats, Norfolk cuts and scrimmage stats from the week on the flip.

Mississippi Sends Six to Norfolk

Six players under contract to the Mississippi Sea Wolves are attending AHL training camp with the Norfolk Admirals. Both Norfolk and Mississippi are minor league affiliates of the Tampa Bay Lightning.

The six Sea Wolves at the Norfolk training camp include forwards Torry Gajda, Mark Hurtubise, Mike Falk, Mark Rooneem, Lance Monych, and Chase Trull. Mississippi head coach Steffon Walby is assisting the Norfolk coaching staff with practice sessions and scrimmages.

The Mississippi Sea Wolves training camp opens in 30 days.

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