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01-29-2009, 01:42 PM
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Greg Moore has been named team captain.

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Jared Nightengale has been released from his PTO and signed to a standard AHL contract.

http://stats.theahl.com/hm/transacti...&f_team_id=307

Well deserved, IMHO. He's been one of the Pack's more consistent defenseman this season.

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When is it time for PAP to get his shot?

This team needs goals. He's a goal scorer.

I'd vouch for Anisimov but I think we should leave him in the AHL for the full year. PAP atleast has some NHL experience. Sit Voros for PAP

Naslund - Gomez - Callahan
PAP - Dubi - Zherdev
Korp - Drury - Dawes
Orr - Betts - Sjostrom

Scratches: Voros, Prucha , Reitz

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When is it time for PAP to get his shot?

This team needs goals. He's a goal scorer.

I'd vouch for Anisimov but I think we should leave him in the AHL for the full year. PAP atleast has some NHL experience. Sit Voros for PAP

Naslund - Gomez - Callahan
PAP - Dubi - Zherdev
Korp - Drury - Dawes
Orr - Betts - Sjostrom

Scratches: Voros, Prucha , Reitz
P.A. needs to clear re-entry waivers to be called up, therefore he's unlikely to get the call unless it's as an emergency call up.

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P.A. needs to clear re-entry waivers to be called up, therefore he's unlikely to get the call unless it's as an emergency call up.
Ah I didn't know that. I thought he was on a 2 way contract.

That's a bummer.

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Ah I didn't know that. I thought he was on a 2 way contract.

That's a bummer.
2-way contracts don't mean anything in terms of the waiver rules. Having a 2-way contract simply means that you are paid one amount (say $1,000,000) if you are playing in the NHL, and a lower amount (say $100,000) if you are playing in the AHL.

It does not affect waiver eligibility in the least.

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Goaltender Maxime Daigneault has been recalled from Charlotte, suggesting either Zaba or Wiikman is hurt...

01/30/2009 Maxime Daigneault (G) Hartford ADD Recalled from loan to Charlotte (ECHL)

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Goaltender Maxime Daigneault has been recalled from Charlotte, suggesting either Zaba or Wiikman is hurt...

01/30/2009 Maxime Daigneault (G) Hartford ADD Recalled from loan to Charlotte (ECHL)

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He's here to sub for Wiikman (not sure why he's out at the moment). Zaba will get the start.

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Pack won 3-1 vs Bridgeport tonight..

1. HFD Moore, (14) (Parenteau, Sauer), 13:21 (SH)
3. HFD Owens, (8) (Fahey), 15:21
3. HFD Ouellette, (9) (Owens, Sauer), 18:48

AA didnt score a point...bust?

2nd time in the last 17 games he was held pointless (has 10G/12A/22P in those 17 games).

Love the leadership shown by Moore...scores a SH goal the first game after being named captain, and named 1st star of the game..if there was one thing he always was known for was definitely being a great leader (Back in his Maine days as well).

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Game 47: Bridgeport Sound Tigers 1 @ Hartford Wolf Pack 3

Game 47: Bridgeport Sound Tigers 1 @ Hartford Wolf Pack 3
Greg Moore celebrated his first game as captain of the Hartford Wolf Pack with a first period shorthanded goal and Jordan Owens and Mike Ouellette added goals of their own in the final five minutes of play, leading the Wolf Pack to a 3-1 victory over in-state rival Bridgeport Sound Tigers in Hartford on Friday night. The win, coupled with a regulation victory by the Portland Pirates over the Providence Bruins, set up a three-way tie at the top of the Atlantic Division between the three teams, each with 53 points. The fourth place Worcester Sharks stand a mere point behind with 52.

Moore’s goal was the lone tally through 55:21 of play in a tightly-contested match between two teams near the top of the respective divisions. It came eleven seconds into the second of back-to-back Wolf Pack penalties and served as a bit of redemption for the third-year pro, who’d been whistled for a lazy offensive-zone holding penalty 2:16 earlier. Wolf Pack leading scorer P.A. Parenteau fed Moore in the neutral zone and the Maine native raced down the left wing boards before cutting in on the Bridgeport net and beating Sound Tiger goaltender Nathan Lawson with a backhander on the short side. It was Moore’s fourteenth of the season and second in as many games. Michael Sauer earned his first of two secondary assists in the game on the play.

Hartford would hold on to the one-goal lead until the final five minutes of the game, despite ample opportunity to extend the lead in the second period, when they were awarded four of the period’s five power plays. But the home team generated few good scoring opportunities with the man advantage, finishing 0-for-6 on the night. Hartford out shot the Sound Tigers by a 10-7 margin in the second frame, after being out shot 12-8 in the first period. Both Lawson (26 saves) and Hartford starting netminder Matt Zaba (25 saves) were strong in goal, making key saves and leaving little opportunity for second chances.

Jordan Owens finally broke the 42-minute deadlock at 15:21 of the third period when he and Moore skated into the Sound Tiger zone on a 2-on-1. Owens opted to take the shot and beat Lawson with a wrister from the right face-off dot for his ninth goal of the season.

With the two-goal lead seemingly secured and on their sixth power play of the game after Bridgeport All-Star Mike Iggulden was penalized for high-sticking Parenteau, the Pack relaxed. That allowed left wing Sean Bentivoglio to carry the puck into the Hartford zone shorthanded, dropping it to the Sound Tiger’s leading scorer, Trevor Smith. Smith one-timed the pass top shelf from the right circle for his 23rd goal of the season, thwarting Zaba’s shutout bid with just 1:43 remaining.

Hartford coach Ken Gernander responded to the shorthanded goal with the hard-forechecking line of Owens, Mike Ouellette and Dale Weise, and his decision paid near-immediate dividends. Just 31 seconds after the Bridgeport tally, with the line cycling the puck down low, Owens found Ouellette in front of the net for his ninth goal of the season to re-secure the two goal lead. The goal took the wind out of the visitors’ sails, and this time the Pack didn’t let up, playing a solid final 1:29 to emerge with the 3-1 win.

The Wolf Pack make their first trip to Manchester on Saturday night to face the sixth place Monarchs, who’ve fallen short in two visits to Connecticut’s capital so far this season.

Highlights are available from the Sound Tigers Web site.

Notes:
* Rookie defenseman Bobby Sanguinetti returned to the line up after missing the Pack’s final game before the AHL All-Star Classic. Sanguinetti required dental surgery to repair the damage resulting from a puck to the face in last Friday’s game against the Lowell Devils and wore a full cage.
* The Wolf Pack recalled goaltender Maxime Daigneault from Charlotte of the ECHL on Friday to serve as Zaba’s backup, subbing for Miika Wiikman, who missed the game due to illness.
* Hartford tough guy Brandon Sugden squared off with former Wolf Pack enforcer Mitch Fritz just 2:33 into the game in a fairly even heavyweight bout.
* In a more entertaining dance late in the second period, Joe Callahan challenged Weise after the Wolf Pack winger threw a big, but clean hit on Bridgeport captain Mark Wotton. Both players landed a number of shots in the extended bout, but Weise finished strong, landing consecutive rights and using a solid uppercut to buckle Callahan’s knees.
* Artem Anisimov’s season-high 8-game scoring streak came to an end as the 20-year old center was held scoreless for only the second time in his last 17 games. He fell back to sixth in league scoring as Houston’s Corey Locke and Manitoba’s Jason Krog leap-frogged him, each earning their 49th point Friday night.

Scoring:
1. Moore (14) (Parenteau, Sauer) 13:21 (SH)
3. Owens (8) (Fahey) 15:21
3. Smith (23) (Bentivoglio) 18:17 (SH)
3. Ouellette (9) (Owens, Sauer) 18:48

Lines:
Dupont - Anisimov - Parenteau
Pyatt - Ouellette - Ford
Owens - Moore - Weise
DiDiomete - Rissmiller - Sugden

Potter - Sanguinetti
Nightingale - Sauer
Urquhart - Fahey

Zaba / Daigneault

Three Stars:
1. Greg Moore
2. Jordan Owens
3. Matt Zaba

http://www.beyondtheblueshirts.com/2...ed-at-the-top/


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Love the leadership shown by Moore...scores a SH goal the first game after being named captain, and named 1st star of the game..if there was one thing he always was known for was definitely being a great leader (Back in his Maine days as well).
He was just trying to make up for a really stupid holding penalty he took in the offensive zone minutes earlier.

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Squishy why no mention of the Weise fight? he looked great in it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OkGmfX2INHM

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Squishy why no mention of the Weise fight? he looked great in it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OkGmfX2INHM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5YvORhBxMbo
Idk Dag, I don't think either of our guys looked all that good in their fights. Weise got lucky that Callahan dipped his head for some unknown reason, up until then he didn't impress much.

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Squishy, another solid game for Sauer? I'd really like to see him get his feet wet for a couple of games at the NHL level, but, the D corps has stayed so darn healthy.

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Squishy why no mention of the Weise fight? he looked great in it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OkGmfX2INHM

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Check the "notes" section.... I mentioned both his and Sudgon's fights.

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Good notes Squish...this Pack team is really doing well. No doubt Anisimov is a huge reason for it.

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Good notes Squish...this Pack team is really doing well. No doubt Anisimov is a huge reason for it.
He is, but IMHO Parenteau's a bigger reason. Dupont deserves credit for doing all the heavy lifting on that line as well. And Tom Pyatt, Jordan Owens and Mike Ouellette deserve accolades too.

Jas, yeah, Sauer looked steady again last night. He made some smart decisions with the puck in his own zone, which is more than I can say about some others.

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Squishy why no mention of the Weise fight? he looked great in it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OkGmfX2INHM

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Weise should be doing much more of this. Callahan gave Soryal his first and I think only loss this season. Nice showing.

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Very sorry I didn't see the notes. The kid looked good would be nice to see him add a little more of the grit to his game.

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Last night wasn't one of Anisimov's better games... which is why it figures that Sather and Schoenfeld were both in the house.

http://www.hartfordwolfpack.com/defa...k=59&objId=216

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He wants to stay in Hartford.

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Last night wasn't one of Anisimov's better games... which is why it figures that Sather and Schoenfeld were both in the house.

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its not like glen sather can judge talent these days... artem could have scored 3 and added 3 assists and sather wouldn't see it

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Sugdon injured his hand in the fight last night and will be out tonight... Stefanishion is in in his place. No one's saying what exactly the nature of Wiikman's "illness" is, but it sorta sounds like he might be out for more than a couple days. So Zaba gets his second start in a row and Daigneault gets to ride the bench again...

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Sugdon injured his hand in the fight last night and will be out tonight... Stefanishion is in in his place. No one's saying what exactly the nature of Wiikman's "illness" is, but it sorta sounds like he might be out for more than a couple days. So Zaba gets his second start in a row and Daigneault gets to ride the bench again...
so with soryal and sugden out, the only muscle that remain are weise and stefanischon? oh man...

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so with soryal and sugden out, the only muscle that remain are weise and stefanischon? oh man...
DiDiomete, Nightingale, Denisov (if playing), Dupont and Owens can all drop the gloves when necessary. They'll be fine.

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