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12-29-2010, 02:56 PM
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and per McKenzie BOS puts Wyatt Smith on waivers
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RUMOR for now

I've just been informed that Hutchinson was sent to Reading and Dalton to Prov. but the source was rather unreliable and I'm not finding any info myself...

Can anyone put any truth to this?

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12-29-2010, 04:14 PM
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It sounds like it's worth giving Dalton a shot in Providence. They need to try something.

Hutchinson and Schaefer are not doing well compared to other goalies in the AHL.

From the P-Bruins blog in the Journal:

Subpar goaltending continues to be a problem for the P-Bruins.

Twenty-year-old Mike Hutchinson's play has tailed off recently and veteran Nolan Schaefer has struggled for most of the season.


In Tuesday night's 4-3 loss in Portland, Providence outshot the Pirates 16-4 in the first period, but Hutchinson gave up a goal in the last minute of the period to tie the score at 1.

Then, with seven seconds left in the second period, the Pirates scored to make it 2-2.

On what would turn out to be the winning goal, Colin Stuart's shot from the corner leaked through Hutchinson's pads to make it 4-2 midway through the third period.

Of the 50 goalies who have played in the AHL this season, Hutchinson's goals-against average of 3.11 ranks 40th. His save percentage is .898. Schaefer's goals-against average of 3.18 is 44th in the league. Schaefer's save percentage is .893.


One option might be Matt Dalton, who is playing well for Reading of the East Coast Hockey League.

Dalton has backstopped the Royals to first place in the ECHL's Atlantic Division. His record is 11-6-1 with a goals-against average of 2.88 and a .912 save percentage.
Dalton stopped 37 shots in a 4-3 overtime loss to the Florida Everblades on Tuesday night.

http://bruinsblog.projo.com/2010/12/...eld-hopes.html

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12-29-2010, 04:56 PM
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http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/p....php?pid=74581

Did any of our regular Providence attendee's catch defenseman Julien Brouillette in his 3 games in Providence last season? I was checking up on Alain Goulet and Brouillette's numbers in the ECHL caught my eye (11 goals, 12assists in 25 games). Obviously as a 24 year old in the ECHL it's nothing to get excited about, I just didn't realize he spent a few games with the Prov B's last season. Seemed to have some good seasons in the Q with Chicoutimi as well.

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Did any of our regular Providence attendee's catch defenseman Julien Brouillette in his 3 games in Providence last season? I was checking up on Alain Goulet and Brouillette's numbers in the ECHL caught my eye (11 goals, 12assists in 25 games). Obviously as a 24 year old in the ECHL it's nothing to get excited about, I just didn't realize he spent a few games with the Prov B's last season. Seemed to have some good seasons in the Q with Chicoutimi as well.
He's been up with Hartford more recently as well. I remember him because in my Eastside Hockey Manager game, he's a good undrafted pickup. Not so much in real life. He really doesn't do much when he gets to the A, and didn't stand out in the games I watched him.

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12-29-2010, 05:42 PM
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He's been up with Hartford more recently as well. I remember him because in my Eastside Hockey Manager game, he's a good undrafted pickup. Not so much in real life. He really doesn't do much when he gets to the A, and didn't stand out in the games I watched him.
Thanks...assumed there was not much to see given the level of play, just a curiosity given the impressive numbers.

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I've just been informed that Hutchinson was sent to Reading and Dalton to Prov. but the source was rather unreliable and I'm not finding any info myself...

Can anyone put any truth to this?
just got the confirmation from the Royals that the switch w/ Hutchinson & Dalton...

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12-30-2010, 09:32 AM
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Wyatt Smith defects to Germany

The mods can decide if this is worth a separate thread or belongs with the PBruins game updates:

The Wyatt Smith era is over in Providence. He is leaving to play in Germany.

http://bruinsblog.projo.com/2010/12/...leaves-p-.html

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12-30-2010, 09:32 AM
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http://bruinsblog.projo.com/2010/12/...leaves-p-.html

Projo confirms Smith is gone...he was good on faceoffs but didn't do much else, IMHO.

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12-30-2010, 09:49 AM
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I can't believe this is happening. Now we're going to have to fill that hole with Whitfield when he returns and he won't be able to come up to Boston.

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12-30-2010, 09:58 AM
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This is the saddest day in Boston Bruins history.

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That's it, cancel the cup parade

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12-30-2010, 10:21 AM
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And here I was hoping to read "Wyatt Smith has been recalled to Boston on an emergency basis" 17 times this season. That's alright, I suppose. Our The Trent ****field's return is right around the corner. A belated Christmas gift for Clode, but I'm sure he couldn't be happier.

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12-30-2010, 10:51 AM
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All Smith did was .... lead the team at -14 and suck on the PK, which he was always on. Finally the Bruins take out some trash.

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12-30-2010, 01:48 PM
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More roster shuffling

Wild to Reading. Donald to Providence. Dalton sighting at practice.

http://bruinsblog.projo.com/2010/12/...ns-send-w.html

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What a disappointment Wyatt was. I still applaud Chia bringing him in when Whits went down and giving it a shot.

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12-31-2010, 12:49 PM
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Providence Bruins (17) vs Manchester Monarchs (-)




AHL/NHL AFFILATE:

Providence- Boston
Manchester- Los Angeles




Providence Bruins: (9-4-1-0 on the road)

(13-15-2-1 29pts.) seventh in Atlantic Division


Manchester Monarchs: (14-6-1-0 at home)

(22-11-1-1 46pts.) First in Atlantic Division.







BRUINS SCHEDULE:
Date | Opponent | Result

Dec. 26 | @Springfield | 5-2 | L
Dec. 28 | @Portland | 4-3 | L
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Jan. 1 | @Connecticut | 5:00|
Jan. 2 | @Bridgeport | 3:00|





All Time Regular Season Mettings:

The Bruins are 16-20-6 all time at Manchester


Previous Meetings This Season:

2 Providence @ Manchester 5
3 Providence @ Manchester 1
4 Providence @ Manchester 1
1 Manchester @ Providence 2


Team Stat Comparison
Providence | | Manchester

Goals
77 | | 112
Goals Against
104 | | 91
Power Play Goals
16 | | 30
Power Play Goals Allowed
29 | | 28
Power Play Rank
29 | | 12
Penalty Kill Rank
26 | | 16
HPP Rank
- | | 6
APP Rank
14 | | -
HPK Rank
- | | 17
APK Rank
29 | | -
Goals For Rank
2 tied at 28 | | 2 tied at 5
Goals Against Rank
4 tied at 18 | | 3 tied at 7th
PIM
552 | | 678
Overall OT Record
3-2 | | 1-1
Overall S/O Record
1-1 | | 1-1
Last 10 Games
4-6-0 (L2) | | 7-3-0 (W5)





Player Stats

Providence ||| Manchester|

Goals
Jamie Arniel | 14 | | Justin Azevedo | 10
Assists
Zach Hamill | 13 | | Andrei Loktionov | 21
Points
Jamie Arniel | 24 | | Andrei Loktionov | 26
PP
3 tied at | 3 | | 4 tied at | 4
SH
Kirk MacDonald | 1 | | 6 tied at | 1
PIM
Nathan McIver | 95 | | Richard Clune | 135
SOG
Jamie Arniel | 111 | | Andrei Loktionov | 84
+/-
Jeff Penner | 6 | | 2 tied @ | 12







Goalie Stats

Providence


GOALIE| RECORD| GP| TGA| GAA| SO| SV| SV%

Matt Dalton | 0-1-0| 1| 4| 6.00| 0| 12| 0.750
Nolan Schaefer | 6-9-1| 16| 47| 3.18| 0| 391| 0.893


Manchester:



Martin Jones | 11-2-0| 16| 23| 1.61| 1| 415| 0.947
Jeff Zatkoff | 10-9-1| 21| 60| 3.21| 0| 500| 0.893




The referee for tonights game is:

Chris Brown

The linesman:

Brian MacDonald and Ed Boyle



Other Atlantic Division Games:


Worcester @ Bridgeport

Springfield @ Adirondack

Connecticut @ Portland



NHL:



WJHC:

USA v Switzerland

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12-31-2010, 06:01 PM
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I'll be posting game updates here (in between rounds of Win, Lose or Draw!, of course). Happy New Year's to everyone.

Hamill centering Smotherman and MacDonald to start

PBees up 1-0 20 seconds in, goal by Hamill.

Colborne has vets Reich and Ling with him, Roussell has MacDermid and Simek. So, Arniel must have Sauve and Caron with him, McGrattan a scratch.

Good pace so far, both teams killing off penalties as well.

1-1 late in the first. PBees D needs to move traffic from in front of the net...specifially, it was Penner getting outmuscled in front of the net by Moeller.

Providence up 2-1 with a goal from Colborne...assists from Reich and Ling...8th goal of the season for Joe.

Game is ties up 2-2 early in the 2nd, Lokitonov goal.

MacDonald gets a goal, PBees up 3-2. Not exactly a goaltenders duel so far, but we'll take it. Hamill's line has looked good.

Manchester ties it 3-3. Bad luck for Providence, as MacDermid is going up ice and is tripped up after contact with a ref. Manchester gets it to net and wins a scamble and puts it behind Scheafer.

As I was typing, Manchester scores again. I know it's not totally his fault, but it would be nice to see Schaefer make an important stop ONCE in a while. Manchester up 4-3.

Manchester up 5-3, Alexandrov tries to pass it thru Moeller and pays for it. Bad play by Yuri.

Providence has too many similar defensemen-Alexandrov, Penner, Bodnarchuk and to a certain extent, Bartowski. All undersized, all trying to make plays through the opposing team and giving up breakaways and killing any offensive momentum. When Zimmerman is the best D during a game, there's a problem. It actually makes me long for the days of guys like Curry and Zinger--offensively limited but always physical and almost always making the safe plays.

Manchester up 6-3 on a PP goal. Schaefer is brutal.

McIver and King have a go, King with the edge in punches. We can't even win the fights!

As we approach the halfway point to this season, it's obvious this team is DNQ-bound once again. There are 2 players--Arniel and Kampfer--who have a chance to graduate to Boston next year. Everyone else is going to be back for at least 1 more year. Different veteran players (especially a goaltender) will have to be brought in as well. And a coaching change would seem to be in order as well.

Manchester up 725-3 late in the third on another PP goal, or at least I think that's the score. Bad goaltending, bad D from the second period on.

Rousell and Johnson drop the gloves. Not even close, as Johnson easily wins. Where the heck are you, Lane MacDermid?


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12-31-2010, 06:06 PM
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Thanks Malt.

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12-31-2010, 06:23 PM
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Monarchs Goal:

Oscar Moeller

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12-31-2010, 06:29 PM
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If your listening listen to the Monarchs guys there crying about the ref.

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PROVIDENCE GOAL:

#22 Joe Colborne

(2-1 B's)


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At the end of two its 2-1 Bruins.

Goalies:

Nolan Schaefer- made 9 saves on 10 shots
Martin Jones- made 5 saves on 7 shots

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Still no Colby Cohen in the line-up. Has he had a setback with the injury?

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Manchester Goal:

Andrei Loktionov

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