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NHL Game Night 10/5: Lightning at Thrashers

That was entertaining. TB-3 ATL-2 (SO) I thought the Lightning played their system to a tee tonight with only a couple of blemishes on an otherwise masterful defensive performance. To hold ANY NHL team, much less one with Ilya Kovalchuk and Marian Hossa on it, to just 11 shots in 65 minutes of play is amazing. Some of that is due to the Thrashers having a completely watered down roster with little if not nothing at the center position this year, but a lot of it also has to do with an outstanding total team effort from Denis, the defensive corps and hard backchecking from the Lightning's forwards. Game sheet from [url=http://sports.yahoo.com/nhl/boxscore?gid=2006100528]yahoo.com[/url] because the NHL website is still working out the bugs on their new design.

Wednesday's Superleague Scores

Novosibirsk defeated Khimik 4-3. [url=alexander-polushin]Alex Polushin[/url] did not play for Khimik. Kazan crushed St. Petersburg 8-3. Dimitri Kazionov had 2 goals and an assist for Ak Bars. Anton But was scoreless for SKA. With his three point effort, Kazionov (the elder) now leads all Lightning Russian prospects in scoring. Nizhnekamsk defeated Cherepovets 3-1. Alexei Glukhov was scoreless for Severstal.

CHL Game Night: 10/4

[url=dane-crowley]Dane Crowley[/url] was scoreless and even as Swift Current defeated Kelowna 1-0 in a shootout. [url=vladimir-mihalik]Vladimir Mihalik[/url] was -1 with 2 penalty minutes as Prince George fell to Vancouver 5-4 in a shootout. Prince George also pulled off a key trade in the WHL today acquiring Sharks 2005 1st round pick Devin Setoguchi from the Saskatoon Blades.

Bolt Prospects in the News!

In today's Tampa Tribune, [url=http://www.tbo.com/sports/lightning/MGBE7QC3VSE.html]Erik Erlendsson cites Bolt Prospects[/url] as the source regarding news for goaltender [url=riku-helenius]Riku Helenius'[/url] shoulder injury. To my knowledge, this is the first time the site has ever been cited as a source by the mainstream media, so today we've taken another important step as a website. And the beauty of it is, we have our community of readers/bloggers to thank for it. Finnish community member Vsala first brought the injury to everyone's attention and member yackacack contributed the link to the Finnish website with information of the story. Then Chad went and got confirmation of the injury from the Lightning and a milestone was made. That's the beauty of a fully interactive blogging community. So, special thanks and kudos to all involved and by all means, keep blogging.

Update on Helenius' Status

Bolt Prospects has learned from the Lightning that Helenius did indeed dislocate his shoulder in warmups against Espoo, but the team won't know more until they get his MRI results from Finland. So, Helenius' injury has been confirmed but the extent and timeframe for his return is still uncertain.
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