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Game Night 4/7: Monarchs at Falcons

Run n' gun hockey. MAN-4 SPR-7 Gerald Coleman stopped 25 of 29 for the win. David Spina led the way for Springfield with 2 goals, 1 assist and a +3 rating. He was named first star of the game. Ryan Vesce had 1 goal and 2 helpers for third star honors. Norm Milley had 3 assists in the win. Making a late season push for 30 goals, Jason Jaspers scored his 27th and 28th goals of the season and was named second star. Marek Kvapil had 2 helpers on the contest to bring him to 44 points this season. Tryout amateur Kevin Croxton had his first AHL goal in the game while Jay Rosehill, Zdenek Blatny and Todd Rohloff had single assists. Rosehill's return from injury prompted the scratching of PJ Atherton. Game sheet from [url=http://ahl.leaguestat.com/stats/game-summary.php?game_id=1002045]TheAHL.com.[/url]

Game Night 4/7: Chiefs at Storm

The Chiefs squandered an outstanding goaltending effort by Disher and Cey. JHN-1 TOL-3 Josh Disher stopped 37 of 39 before giving way to Morgan Cey who stopped 2 of 2 in relief. Veteran Dimitri Tarabrin had the Chiefs' only goal. Game sheet from [url=http://www.echl.com/cgi-bin/ppublic.cgi?action=box&id=3141]ECHL.com.[/url]

HPK/HIFK Game Two

With Miika Wiikman getting shelled in game one of the series, HPK turned to Karri Ramo and the 19 year old phenom did not disappoint. Ramo followed up his shutout in game four of the Ilves series with a 2-1 overtime victory over HIFK to even up their semifinal series at 1-1. Ramo stopped 29 of 30 shots faced in 72:37 of play and was named third star of the game.

Hrdel Sent to Johnstown

Yesterday the Springfield Falcons [url=http://www.echl.com/cgi-bin/mpublic.cgi?action=show_news&cat=1&id=7541]announced that left winger Zbynek Hrdel has been reassigned to Johnstown of the ECHL. [/url] In 46 games with the Falcons this year, Hrdel has 5 goals and 10 assists for 15 points. He has also played 13 games for Johnstown, collecting 6 goals and 5 assists for 11 points.

Smaby Unsure of Future

Fresh off a disappointing Frozen Four National Semi-Final loss to Boston College, University of North Dakota captain and defenseman Matt Smaby is unsure if he'll be back with the Sioux next year, or choose to sign with the Lightning. Smaby told the [i]Grand Forks Herald[/i] that he hasn't thought through the decision just yet. "My thoughts have been focused on other things," said Smaby, who was voted team captain before the season. Smaby and Buffalo draft pick and fellow junior Drew Stafford are drawing the most interest from Sioux fans already saying "Wait 'til next year."
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