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Submitted by pete on March 6, 2006 - 18:11
Fredrik Norrena and Linkopings fell 2-0 today to #1 seeded HV71 in the regular season finale for both teams. Norrena stopped 25 of 27 shots faced in the loss. His final record was 19-11-5 this season with a .914 save percentage (7th Elitserien), a 2.16 GAA (T-4th Elitserien) and 4 shutouts (T-4th Elitserien). [b]Final Elitserien Statistics for All Lightning Properties[/b] D Andreas Holmqvist, 46 GP, 6-16-22, 64 PIM, (+8) LW Jimmie Olvestad, 50GP, 10-9-19, 90 PIM, (-2) RW Shane Willis, 6 GP, 0-1-1, 4 PIM, (-1) G Fredrik Norrena, 19-11-5, 2.16 GAA, 4 SO, .914 SV%
Submitted by pete on March 5, 2006 - 19:45
Submitted by pete on March 5, 2006 - 19:41
No prayer. SPR-2 POR-6 With Tarnasky and Reid headed to join the big club the Falcons had to play this game a man short. Gerald Coleman was hung out to dry allowing 6 goals on 37 shots faced. The Falcons were outshot 37 to 21 for the game. Doug O'Brien had a goal assisted by the Czech/Slovak connection Blatny and Kvapil. Reemerging from the wilderness, David Spina also scored his 8th of the season in garbage time. Game sheet from [url=http://ahl.leaguestat.com/stats/game-summary.php?game_id=1001865]TheAHL.com.[/url]
Submitted by pete on March 5, 2006 - 17:18
[b]QMJHL[/b] Stan Lascek assisted on a Maxime Boisclair empty net goal and Chicoutimi beat Baie-Comeau 4-2. [b]OHL[/b] Radek Smolenak scored his 36th goal of the season and added an assist, but Kingston fell 5-4 in overtime to London. Despite Chris Lawrence's 20th goal of the season, Brampton spanked Mississauga 6-3. Goaltender Kevin Beech got the day off as Sudbury defeated Oshawa 4-3 [b]WHL[/b] Despite a Blair Jones assist, Moose Jaw lost a squeaker to Regina 4-3. Justin Keller had 1 assist and was +1, but Kelowna was beaten handily by Everett 4-1.
Submitted by pete on March 5, 2006 - 14:30
ESPN is reporting C Nick Tarnasky and RW Darren Reid [url=http://sports.espn.go.com/nhl/transactions]have been recalled from Springfield of the AHL.[/url] Tarnasky scored a hat trick last night including the overtime game winning goal against Bridgeport while Reid has been one of Springfield's best players over the past month.