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Morgan Cey Update

Morgan Cey, who missed all of Johnstown's training camp and their two preseason games, is still nursing a groin injury but is expected to be reassigned to Johnstown next week according to the Lightning. Cey will join netminders Jonathan Boutin and David Currie in Johnstown, whose opener is Friday night in Columbia, SC against the Inferno.

Helbling Goes, Ranger Stays

The Lightning [url=http://www.tampabaylightning.com/tbl/prdetail.cfm?pressreleaseID=1175&category=2]have announced that Timo Helbling has been reassigned to Springfield[/url] by the Tampa Bay Lightning. This means Paul Ranger, who was impressive in weekend games against Pittsburgh and Washington, has secured the No.6 defenseman spot for the near future.

Ramo Out Until December or Just Two Weeks?

Unconfirmed rumors out of Finland indicate Lightning goaltending prospect Karri Ramo was forced to undergo knee surgery earlier this month and will be out of the lineup for HPK until December at the earliest. Ramo has not dressed for the past three games as Miika Wiikman has reassumed the starting duties for HPK of the SM-liiga. Ramo leads the SM-liiga statistically in GAA and save percentage. Developing. [b]Update 5:16pm[/b] I haven't had the chance to try to translate this but I'm told [url=http://www.hameensanomat.fi/Article.jsp?article=23865&main=49]this article from Hameen Sanomat[/url] indicates Ramo's recovery time will be 2 weeks, not 2 months. Bolt Prospects is currently seeking confirmation. [b]Update 11:35pm[/b] We have received confirmation from the Lightning that Karri Ramo has injured his knee but were not given any specifics.

Lightning Assign Soucy to RoadRunners

According to the [url=http://oursportscentral.com/services/releases/?id=3231872]Phoenix RoadRunners and OurSports Central[/url], J.F. Soucy has been moved from Johnstown to Phoenix by the Tampa Bay Lightning. "J.F. brings a combination of experience and toughness to our line-up," said RoadRunners General Manager and Head Coach Ron Filion. "I welcome his addition and expect big things from him this season."

Norrena Still Unbeaten

Fredrik Norrena remained nearly perfect today improving his record to 8-0-1 by defeating Rastislav Stana and Sodertalje 4-2. Norrena stopped 23 of 25 shots for the victory. Defenseman Andreas Holmqvist played on the second pairing for Linkopings.
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