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11-07-2012, 02:45 PM
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Holy Jumpin'! I didn't realize how long it's been since I updated this, sorry guys!!!

Thursday, 25th
James Melindy had a -1 scoreless night in a 5-2 Moncton victory over Gatineau.

Andrew Fritsch was kept off the score sheet in the Greyhounds' 5-1 loss to Niagara.

Connor Murphy completed the clean sweep of scoreless night amongst Coyotes prospects, finishing -1 in Sarnia's 5-2 win over Windsor

Friday, 26th
Kale Kessy made his return from suspension and his Giants debut in a 4-1 win over Victoria. He didn't record any points, but it was good to see him get on the ice his first night back.

Justin Haché didn't equate into the scoring of Cape Breton's lone goal as they fell 4-1 to Drummondville. Justin was a -2.

James Melindy finished a scoreless +1 in Moncton's victory over Blainville-Boisbriand that was shown on the NHL Network for those that caught it.

Andrew Fritsch picked up an assist and had a fantastic goal to win the shootout giving Soo a 6-5 win over Erie.

Saturday, 27th
Marek Langhamer got his first win in a while as Cam Lanigan got pulled after two periods. Both goalies gave up two goals, but Medicine Hat fought back with three goals in the third to beat Regina 5-4.

Henrik Samuelsson picked up a power play and an empty net goal in Edmonton's 5-3 victory over Kelowna.

James Melindy picked up his first goal of the season at about the best time possible. James' goal came with five seconds left in overtime to give Moncton a 4-3 victory. James was a +2 on the evening as well.

Justin Haché finished in the positive as well, a +1 in Cape Breton's 4-1 revenge win over Drummondville.

And somehow Connor Murphy finished a -1 in a three goal victory by Sarnia. The Sting won 5-2 over Erie

Sunday, 28th
In another prospect vs prospect matchup, Kale Kessy faced off with Henrik Samuelsson in a game that saw neither player registering any points. Edmonton beat Vancouver 5-1.

Andrew Fritsch helped Soo crush Guelph, scoring a goal and picking up the primary assist, both on the power play. The final score was a very one-sided 6-2.

Tuesday, 30th
Kale Kessy skated in his third game with Vancouver, all without a point. The Giants beat Lethbridge in this one 4-3 in a shootout.

Justin Haché was a +1 in Cape Breton's 1-0 win over his former team Shawinigan.

Wednesday, 31st
Moncton's three game win streak over the weekend ended in a 3-2 loss to Acadie-Bathurst. James Melindy did finish a +1 though.

Thursday, 1st
Kale Kessy finally broke his scoring drought with a goal in Vancouver's 5-1 loss to Medicine Hat in a game that saw Cam Lanigan get another start in net.

Friday, 2nd
Henrik Samuelsson opened the scoring in Edmonton's 3-2 loss to Prince Albert.

Cam Lanigan started his second game in as many night, but got the hook after giving up the first four goals in just 25 minutes. Marek Langhamer was brought in and didnt give up a goal in his 33+ minutes. Lethbridge did tack on an empty netter, winning 5-2 over Medicine Hat.

Moncton humiliated Shawinigan 11-2, with James Melindy picking up a goal and assist. James finished +3 in the boat race.

Justin Haché chipped in an assist in Cape Breton's 6-2 to Saint John, he finished -1 for the game.

Andrew Fritsch finished without a point as Soo fell 6-1 to Ottawa.

And no points for Connor Murphy as Sarnia lost to Plymouth 3-2. C-Murph finished even in the game.

Saturday, 3rd
Kale Kessy absolutely exploded for the Giants, picking up a goal and three(!!!) primary assists, spearheading Vancouver's 6-3 win over Kootenay.

Henrik Samuelsson picked up a helper as well in Edmonton's 2-1 victory over Swift Current.

James Melindy finished a scoreless +1 in Moncton's 3-0 victory over Blainville-Boisbriand.

Connor Murphy was a +2 with no points in Sarnia's wild 7-5 win over Plymouth.

Andrew Fritsch picked up assist in the Greyhounds' 5-4 OT loss to Barrie

Sunday, 4th
Kale Kessy, sporting an A for Vancouver, didn't record a point in the Giants' 9-1 thumping at the hands of Tri-City.

Connor Murphy picked up an empty net goal and was even on the night as Sarnia snuck past Saginaw 5-4.

Tuesday, 6th
Henrik Samuelsson picked up the eventual game winning goal on the power play to go along with his 4 PIMs as Edmonton topped Kamloops

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