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Submitted by pete on October 10, 2005 - 18:21
Bolt Prospects has learned from the Johnstown Chiefs that goaltender Morgan Cey is currently injured and still in Springfield, hence the reason for no formal reassignment to Johnstown of the ECHL. Developing.
Submitted by pete on October 10, 2005 - 09:27
The Johnstown Chiefs have issued a press release announcing their training camp roster. Despite the lack of a formal announcement of reassignment, it appears goaltender Morgan Cey has lost the battle to be Springfield's backup goaltender to Gerald Coleman. There are currently 31 players in Chiefs camp, assuming the omission of goaltender David Currie from the press release:
Submitted by pete on October 9, 2005 - 22:44
It seems almost inconsequential in light of the human costs associated with Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, but damage caused by the recent storms has forced the Texas Wildcatters and Mississippi Sea Wolves to suspend operations for the 2005-2006 season. As a consequence the ECHL has released an amended schedule for the Johnstown Chiefs. Foremost among the necessary changes, the Chiefs' season opener has been moved up one day to October 21st. Johnstown will start on the road against the Columbia Inferno before returning home to play their previously scheduled home opener against Reading on the 22nd. Johnstown's training camp opened today and the team plans to play an intrasquad scrimmage and two preseason games before the opener in Columbia.
Submitted by pete on October 9, 2005 - 14:09
Johan Hagglund scored a goal late in the third period as IK Oskarshamn defeated Nykoping 4-0 in Allsvenskan action. The goal was Hagglund's first of the 2005-2006 campaign, and came as he was elevated to the team's first line. Through 4 games he has 1 goal, 2 points, a team leading 16 penalty minutes and a +2 rating. Oskarshamn is currently seventh in the league standings with a 2-1-1 record.
Submitted by pete on October 8, 2005 - 21:49
In the words of the godfather of soul, "My brother get ready, that's a fact! [url=http://www.nhl.com/scores/htmlreports/20052006/GS020032.HTM]Get ready you mother... for the big pay back."[/url] FLA-1 TB-2 Crazy ending whereby some questionable officiating nearly handed the Panthers a point, however John Grahame was large. PantherNation will spin this as proof of their impending playoff ascendency, but I prefer to look at it as John Grahame being able to match the best young goaltender in the game, Luongo, pretty much save for save the past two nights. The Lightning's offense is going to eventually come around. It's an inevitability. Goaltending was the question mark and so far John Grahame has the answer.