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#1 Birch

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Posted 07 March 2010 - 04:50 PM

Pre-game: Talking about last night’s loss – Coach MacLean said Devils were lazy in their end. If you score 5 goals, you should win the game.

Start: McKenna, Magnan, Murphy, Vasyunov, Walter, Perkovich
Scratch: Eckford, Gionta, Mills, Snetsinger, Flynn

Lines:
Vasyunov, Walter, Perkovich
Halischuk, Sestito, Davis
Palmieri, Swift, Castonguay
Robitaille, Nagy, Stoesz
some lines changes 2nd period:
Vasyunov, Nagy, Halischuk
Robitaille, Walter Perkovich

Magnan – Murphy
Corrente-Taormina
Davison-Cohen

PP
Swift Walter Perkovich Taormina Corrente
Halischuk. Davis, Vasyunov, Cohen, Murphy

PK
Walter Nagy Magnan Murphy
Halischuk, Davis, Corrente, Davison
Sestito Davis Corrente Davison

End of 1: Providence 0 – 1
0 - 1 PRO Knackstedt, (11) (Hamill, Lammers), 10:59 - Lowell d caught flat-footed; backhand shot past McKenna.

Fight: Fletcher/ Stoesz –Fletcher coming after Stoesz after Stoesz pushed him into the boards. Not much of a fight - MOB: fight had “potential but never came to be…”

1st PP – Walter and Perkovich had good rebound chances, but no goal.

End of 2nd: Providence 0 - 1

"A sleepy 2nd period to say the least." MOB commenting on the low shot total. Two good chances for Lowell: a Castonguay wrist shot from the right circle - pad save produced a rebound for Palmieri, unable to score. Palmieri also missed a wide open net near the end of the period.

Ooops...looks like this topic was posted. Can delete this one.

Edited by Birch, 07 March 2010 - 06:52 PM.

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#2 Shtikl

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Posted 07 March 2010 - 05:47 PM

No, ya can't delete it 'cause I just dumped mine. :P

Thanks, Birch, for caring! Enjoying the game?

I don't get why AHLLive always hangs up, the pirate site never does. I paid good money for $#!+ service. :soap:

Anyway, the Lowlies are still playing exactly the same as last night. Outshot, outgunned, get the puck close and can't sink the easy short putt into the empty twine. Gonna make it easy for Dalton to get his first AHL win today.
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#3 Birch

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Posted 07 March 2010 - 05:54 PM

No, ya can't delete it 'cause I just dumped mine. :P

Thanks, Birch, for caring! Enjoying the game?

I don't get why AHLLive always hangs up, the pirate site never does. I paid good money for $#!+ service. :soap:

Anyway, the Lowlies are still playing exactly the same as last night. Outshot, outgunned, get the puck close and can't sink the easy short putt into the empty twine. Gonna make it easy for Dalton to get his first AHL win today.


But yours is better! :giggle:
I thought the 2nd Period would never end!
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#4 Birch

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Posted 07 March 2010 - 05:59 PM

End of 3: 2 - 2
1 - 1 LOW Halischuk, (8) , 3:39 Hals intercepts pass.
2 - 1 LOW Davis, (14) (Cohen, Davison), 4:42 Blocked shot came back to Cohen, pad save, Davis puts in rebound.

Hals missed a penalty shot (He was pulled down from behind by Penner..)

2 - 2 PRO Arniel, (12) (Whitfield, Penner), 13:42 (PP)

Stoesz called for GT interference - not sure what happened there - lost the audio.

OT: 2 - 2

"A lively OT period." Good pressure by Lowell but not able to get puck past Bruin goalie.

Edited by Birch, 07 March 2010 - 06:32 PM.

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Posted 07 March 2010 - 06:35 PM

Poor Hals. Second game in a row he's had a golden scoring opportunity turn to manure, then have the puck go the other way and end up in the Devils' net. Bad luck for him.

Well, it's the shootout, might as well just give the point to the Prunes. 'evils have no subtlety.

OMG! Dweebles SCORE on the shootout, in 3 rounds McKenna's perfect, Davis and Palmieri score and, OMG, Mac won a shootout!

Edited by Shtikl, 07 March 2010 - 06:41 PM.

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#6 Birch

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Posted 07 March 2010 - 06:42 PM

OMG. Lowell won the shoot out - Davis with a backhand shot over the blocker side and a Palmieri trickle-in. Nice! :dance:

Total shots: Bruins 35, Lowell 31
PP: Lowell 0/2, Bruins 1/4

Stars:
1 Davis
2 Knackstedt
3 Hals

Edited by Birch, 07 March 2010 - 06:51 PM.

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