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02-05-2005, 04:39 PM
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St. Johns verses Hamilton - GDT SAT FEB 5th, 2005

Game Day

ST. JOHN'S
MAPLE LEAFS
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HAMILTON BULLDOGS
FEBRUARY 5, 2005
7:30 PM (NT)



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Duncan Milroy scores. 1-0 Hamilton.

A play that the announcers said Racine would probably want back.

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SCORING SUMMARY *** FINAL AFTER SHOOT OUT ****


SCORE : ST. JOHNS 4 - HAMILTON 3

SCORING SUMMARY

Period 1
Hamilton - Duncan Milroy (Gavin Morgan, Jean-Philippe Cote) 9:35

Period 2
Hamilton - Duncan Milroy (Andrei Kostitsyn, Gavin Morgan) 7:10
Hamilton - Andrei Kostitsyn (powerplay) (Gavin Morgan) 11:59
St. John's - Harold Druken 15 (powerplay) (Kyle Wellwood, David Ling) 19:25

Period 3
St. John's - Matt Stajan 14 (Brad Leeb, Kris Newbury) 3:57
St. John's - Kyle Wellwood 22 (Brendan Bell, Jeremy Williams) 12:59

OT
No Scoring

SHOOTOUT

Hamilton
SHOOTER.............. SCORE
Duncan Milroy........ NO
Andrei Kostitsyn.....YES
James Sanford...... YES
Tomas Plekanec......NO
Gavin Morgan........ NO

St. John's
SHOOTER.........SCORE
David Ling............NO
Brad Leeb...........YES
Harold Druken......YES
Kyle Wellwood......NO
Jeremy Williams....YES

TOTALS: 2 3



PENALTIES

Period 1
St. John's - Ben Ondrus - (Interference), 2 min, 12:37

Period 2
St. John's - Kris Newbury - (Interference), 2 min, 4:39
St. John's - Carlo Colaiacovo - (Holding), 2 min, 10:17
Hamilton - Dan Jancevski - (Roughing), 2 min, 18:50

GOALIES

NAME DEC MIN SHOTS SAVES
35 Yann Danis SOL 65:00 31 28


NAME DEC MIN SHOTS SAVES
31 Jean-Francois Racine WIN 65:00 30 27


POWERPLAYS

Hamilton 1 for 3 : St. John's 1 for 1


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Second goal of the game for Duncan Milroy on a nice shot. 2-0.

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Kostitsyn made it 3-0.

But the Leafs take advantage of their first PP of the game as Druken scores on a nice tic-tac-toe from Wellwood and Ling.

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Stajan makes it 3-2 early in the third. Newbury and Leeb get the helpers.

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And Wellwood ties it up at 3. Bell and Williams with the assists.

The Leafs have really come on during this third period after sleepwalking through the first two.

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Williams wins it for the Leafs in the shootout!

Great comeback. 4-3 Final.

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JF Racine was huge.

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Three Stars:

1. Kyle Wellwood
2. Duncan Milroy
3. Brendan Bell

Jeremy Williams named hardest working player of the game.

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JF Racine was huge.
better than last night!

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Watching tonights game I was ready to shut the game off before Druken started that sweet come back. I thought Racine let in a few soft ones and it looked like Hamilton was going to walk all over them. Not the case though, I thought that 3rd period was one on there best periods of the season. Kelly and Bell played amazing games as did Racine with some highlight reel saves. Mostly everyone played well, lets bring on the Americans now.

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Sweet.

We keep beating the baby shab repeatedly.

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Sweet.

We keep beating the baby shab repeatedly.
7 games against Hamilton and 6 wins.

Head to head Wellwood vs. Higgins....

Wellwood
GP....G...A...P...+/-
7......3...4...7...+1

Higgins
GP...G...A...P...+/-
7.....0...2...2...-2

Oh well, none of this matters I guess. At least Hab fans can take solace in having vastly superior prospects.

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7 games against Hamilton and 6 wins.

Head to head Wellwood vs. Higgins....

Wellwood
GP....G...A...P...+/-
7......3...4...7...+1

Higgins
GP...G...A...P...+/-
7.....0...2...2...-2

Oh well, none of this matters I guess. At least Hab fans can take solace in having vastly superior prospects.
Ha, ha. Very funny

Right like a Wellwood verses Higgins thread on the prospect board would accomplish anything ..

Hey look

Chris Higgins 2nd year ..... 48 games .. 14 goals ... 12 assists .. 26 points .. -1
Jeremy Williams 1st year ...46 games ...11 goals.....11 assists....22 points ... 0

Not really fair because Williams is a year younger and often does not even play regularly in his first AHL season so comparing him to a TOP 50 prospect like Higgins is a bit of an injustice .. It's not like Williams is scoring the winning goal in a shoot out or anything while Higgin's is not even competing ..

However lets forget Wellwood that just makes Higgins look, well lets say not to flattering in comparison as Leaf fans know Welly is in a whole different hemisphere and not really fair ..

and if Williams passes him soon .. we can always move on to comparing Higgins to Brendan Bell soon ..

Brendan Bell ..2nd year ...46 games .. 3 goals ... 19 assists .. 22 points .... +6

unless habs fans would feel more comfortable comparing Bell or even White for that matter to TOP PROSPECT Ron Hainsey instead...I mean is 8 points and -12 all that bad considering he is only in his 4th AHL season after all ..


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Another one...

Trevor Daley: 51 games, 2 goals, 14 assists, 16 points, -5

... to...

Brendan Bell: 46 games, 3 goals, 19 assists, 22 points, +4
Ian White: 50 games, 3 goals, 14 assists, 17 points, +14
Carlo Colaiacovo: 31 games, 3 goals, 14 assists, 17 points, +1

I laugh at whoever says Daley is even close to Colaiacovo.

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Another one...

Trevor Daley: 51 games, 2 goals, 14 assists, 16 points, -5

... to...

Brendan Bell: 46 games, 3 goals, 19 assists, 22 points, +4
Ian White: 50 games, 3 goals, 14 assists, 17 points, +14
Carlo Colaiacovo: 31 games, 3 goals, 14 assists, 17 points, +1

I laugh at whoever says Daley is even close to Colaiacovo.
Daley in the New NHL will be perfect .. His whole game is skating and not much else ..

The NHL is intending to remove the trap systems ..

With Daley they will have to find ways remove the take the puck and skate with it and play keep away to win games 2-1 in the future to run out the time

I can see the defending coach strategy, on the clip board all arrows point to Daley with the coach yelling get the puck to Daley and you skate with it, ..

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Good Game write and read ..

I like the Bell play by play ..



“That was huge,” said defenceman Brendan Bell of the Druken goal, which came on the Leafs’ only power-play of the game. “If we had started the third period down 3-0, I don’t know if we could have overcome that gap in 20 minutes.

“But when Drukes scored, it was like ‘OK, we can do this.’ I think everybody on the team knew we could come back. We went in the dressing room saying all we needed is a goal early in the third.”
That’s exactly what happened, with Matt Stajan scoring his 14th of the season before the third period was four minutes old.


“When we got that one, it was like we went from thinking ‘OK, we can do this’ to “OK, we are going to do this. It’s going to happen,’” said Bell, who would play a part in turning such positive thinking into reality at 12:59 of the third, by setting up Kyle Wellwood’s team-leading 22nd goal of the season.

Wellwood had been knocked down behind the Hamilton net and looked to be out of the play as the Bulldogs moved to clear the defensive zone, but Bell kept the puck in at the Hamilton blueline and fed Wellwood, who had picked himself up and found himself all alone in front of Bulldogs’ goalie Yann Danis. One move to the backhand later and the game was tied.
“I love seeing Welly alone in front of the net,” said Bell. “When the puck came to me, I started to shoot, but I looked up and saw Welly standing all by himself, and I thought ‘this is going to be an assist for me.’”

http://www.sjmapleleafs.ca/schedule/gr50.asp

on another note ... Bell has been playing some very solid hockey on the long road trip and recently ... That is very promising from a prospect point of view .. Bell may actually have been the best Dman over the past month, while carlo recovers from his injury ..

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