Healey, Eric

AHL Game Night 2/28: Falcons at Sharks

Just plain awful.

SPR-2
WOR-6

Karri Ramo allowed 6 goals on 43 shots before giving way to Jonathan Boutin who stopped 2 of 2 shots the rest of the way. Norm Milley and Daniel Corso each had 1 goal and 1 assist for the Falcons while Eric Healey added an individual helper, but with Nick Kuiper and Joe Rullier not in the lineup the Falcons were little match for the Sharks' onslaught tonight getting outshot a staggering 45-27. Milley managed to be named third star of the game, which is little consolation.

The Falcons are now an unlucky 13 games under .500 for the season.

First Period
WOR Darche, (26) (Ferguson, Iggulden), 11:55 (PP)
WOR Armstrong, (16) (Valette, Stevenson), 13:15

Second Period
SPR Milley, (20) (Corso), 12:27 (SH)
WOR Traverse, (5) (Mink, Valette), 19:52

Third Period
WOR Darche, (27) (Stafford, Kaspar), 7:46
SPR Corso, (14) (Milley, Healey), 8:16
WOR Iggulden, (23) (Darche, Ferguson), 10:31 (PP)
WOR Cavanagh, (8) (Prudden, Mink), 12:41

Game sheet from TheAHL.com.

Springfield Notes: Boutin Back, Spina Moved to Center

According to today's Springfield Republican:

Jonathan Boutin has returned from injury (which was a concussion) and the team will carry three goaltenders into the weekend: Boutin, Karri Ramo, and Gerald Coleman. The paper says that a roster move could be made on Monday. Of interest here is Tampa Bay GM Jay Feaster telling the Tampa papers today that he doesn't want to deal off a player from the NHL roster, but instead - if a deal is to be made - he would use a prospect/pick. Tampa currently has three AHL-caliber goaltenders. Hmmmm…..

Also, Falcons Coach Steve Stirling plans to permanently move David Spina to center. Stirling likes the way Spina and Kyle Wanvig work with each other and the physical presence of Brandon Elliott on that line. The Republican points out Spina assisted on all three of Wanvig’s goals against Hartford the other night.

Probable top-3 lines entering the weekend:

Eric Healey – Daniel Corso – Norm Milley
Kyle Wanvig – David Spina – Brandon Elliott
Marek Kvapil – Dan Cavanaugh – Justin Keller

AHL Game Day 2/4: Falcons at Senators

It's a shame the Falcons couldn't quite get that second point to salvage more out of this weekend.

SPR-2
BNG-3 (SO)

Karri Ramo stopped 43 of 45 shots faced in the loss. Sylvain Dufresne had two assists in the game with Springfield's goals coming from Marek Kvapil and Eric Healey. Adam Henrich and Norm Milley added individual assists. Justin Keller failed to capitalize on a 2nd period penalty shot opportunity and former Falcon Ryan Vesce scored twice in the shootout for Binghampton who emerged triumphant 2-1 in the penalty shots in six frames. Ramo and Healey were named first and third stars respectively.

First Period
BNG David, (2) (Pecker), 6:49

Second Period
NO SCORING

Third Period
BNG Rawlyk, (1) (Cook, Vesce), 4:50 (PP)
SPR Kvapil, (10) (Henrich, Dufresne), 7:00 (PP)
SPR Healey, (22) (Dufresne, Milley), 14:26

Overtime
NO SCORING

Shootout
SPR- Wanvig
BNG- Vesce (2)

Game sheet from TheAHL.com.

AHL Game Day 2/3: Falcons at Marlies

And the losing streak reaches six games...

SPR-1
TOR-3

Jonathan Boutin stopped 25 of 28 shots faced in the loss. Eric Healey scored the lone Falcons goal off assists from Doug O'Brien and Norm Milley.

First Period
TOR Murphy, (13) (Sifers, Westrum), 9:45 (PP)
TOR Mitchell, (8) (Wozniewski, Murphy), 12:48

Second Period
SPR Healey, (21) (O'Brien, Milley), 6:46 (PP)

Third Period
TOR Leeb, (6) (Westrum), 14:11

Game sheet from TheAHL.com.

AHL Game Night 1/26: Devils at Falcons

It makes me sick to my stomach to see the Falcons blow a 3-0 lead.

LOW-5
SPR-3

Karri Ramo allowed 4 goals on 27 shots in the loss and his season record (13-14-0) now falls under .500 for the first time since October. Norm Milley led the Falcons with 1 goal and 1 assist while Daniel Corso had 2 assists. Eric Healey and Andre Deveaux had the other Falcons goals and Doug O'Brien, Adam Henrich and Andy Delmore had individual helpers. Milley was named third star of the game.

Instead of leapfrogging Portland into 5th in the division and keeping pace 4 points back of the final Atlantic Division playoff spot, the Falcons have dropped 6 points out of the playoffs and just 1 point out of the Atlantic Division basement. Tonight's game was the first of a five game spot in the schedule where Springfield looked to have some winnable games, but the third period collapse against Lowell seems an ominous sign.

First Period
SPR Milley, (17) (Corso, O'Brien), 19:52

Second Period
SPR Deveaux, (1) (Corso, Henrich), 12:03
SPR Healey, (20) (Milley, Delmore), 12:51
LOW Murphy, (8) (Greene, Mottau), 17:43 (PP)

Third Period
LOW Marshall, (4) (Fraser, McGillis), 0:34
LOW Bergfors, (11) (Fahey, McGillis), 2:25
LOW Clarkson, (13) (Pihlman), 7:00
LOW Pihlman, (4) , 19:39 (EN)

Game sheet from TheAHL.com.

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