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Game Night 4/6: Thrashers at Lightning

The Lightning had an opportunity to put the stake completely through the Thrashers' heart tonight. They only managed to drive the stake halfway through. ATL-2 TB-3 (SO) It was Sean Burke versus Mike Dunham in a matchup of the two slowest goaltenders in the league. Burke stopped 29 of 31 before stopping 2 of 3 in penalty shots. This I know for certain: Brad Richards is money in shootouts. Ryan Craig scored the 15th goal of his rookie season on the power play. Pavel Kubina's return tonight pushes Timo Helbling out of the lineup. Paul Ranger played 18:41 with 1 shot and 4 blocked shots. Craig was -1 in 15:37 with 4 shots and 1 block. Evgeny Artyukhin played 5:19 with 1 hit. Game sheet from [url=http://www.nhl.com/scores/htmlreports/20052006/GS021136.HTM]NHL.com.[/url]

NCAA Tournament Tonight

Boston College defeated North Dakota 6-5 today to advance to the national championship game on Saturday. Despite going scoreless in the contest, Matt Smaby was a physical force for the Fighting Sioux landing open ice hit after open ice hit in the game. The Matt Smaby signing watch begins now. Despite a third period goal by Mike Lundin, Maine fell 5-2 to Wisconsin. Lundin put up big minutes of the Black Bears' blueline in the game. Boston College and Wisconsin will meet Saturday in the national championship game.

Superleague Semifinals: Day Seven

The finals for the Russian Superleague are set. Omsk defeated Magnitogorsk 3-2 today in overtime to win their semifinal series 3 games to 1. In the finals it will be Omsk against Ak Bars Kazan. Nikita Alexeev was scoreless in the match. Omsk also has former Lightning player Alex Svitov on its roster. Svitov has 4 goals and 5 points through 10 playoff games thus far.

Program Note: UND vs. BC Tomorrow (4/6)

My Tivo is set, is yours? The NCAA Semifinal game between North Dakota and Boston College will be aired on ESPN2 at 3pm. North Dakota features defenseman Matt Smaby while Boston College's backup goaltender Joseph Pearce is also a Lightning prospect. In addition, Maine's game against Wisconsin will also be carried on ESPN2 at 8pm. Maine features Lightning blueline prospect Mike Lundin.

Lascek Left Off First Team QMJHL All-Stars

Right winger Stanislav Lascek had a fantastic season this year for the Chicoutimi Sagueneens by all accounts. In 64 games he had 47 goals, 88 assists, and 135 points, which was good enough for first on his team and second overall in the league to Quebec Remparts right winger Alexander Radulov (Nashville pick). Tonight, [url=http://www.lhjmq.qc.ca/lang_en/index.php?page=232&id_nouvelle=1064&PHPSESSID=079d33dfcd943d9da0b02bbf6aac3932]the QMJHL presented their 2005-06 season awards and named their First and Second Team all-stars.[/url] Radulov, who was also named QMJHL MVP and Offensive Player of the Year, was named to the First Team on one wing, while Lascek's teammate and "Traverse City Lightning" member Maxime Boisclair was named to the other wing spot. Boisclair played 6 more games than Lascek and had 5 less points, but led the league with 70 goals.
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