Ehrhoff finished +1 with 1 A, 3 SOG, 2 PIM (tripping) in Krefeld's 4-1 win over Munich (featuring Paul Stastny and Blake Wheeler). He assisted on Krefeld's fourth goal finding the open man backdoor; highlights can be viewed HERE where he's #55 in black.
Myers finished even with 0 P, 2 PIM (cross-checking) in Klagenfurt's 4-2 win over Vienna. He was on the ice for Vienna's second goal and KAC's second goal; highlights can be viewed HERE where he's #57 in red.
Sekera finished even with 1 PPG, 2 SOG, 19:59 TOI in Slovan's 3-2 loss to Metallurk Nk (featuring Randy Robitaille, Chris Simon and Anton Slepyshev). He scored Slovan's second goal on a left point shot; highlights can be viewed HERE where he's #44 in white.
Sulzer finished +1 with 1 G, 7 SOG in Ingolstadt's 5-4 OTW over Iserlohn (featuring Sebastien Caron and Colin Stuart). He was on the ice for Ingolstadt's third and fifth goals and Iserlohn's second and third goals; he scored the GWG OT goal on a left circle one-timer; highlights can be viewed HERE where he's #25 in white.
Weber finished even with 3 A, 5 SOG, 2 PIM (high sticking) in Lørenskog's 5-3 win over Stavanger. He assisted on Lørenskog's second, third and fifth goals; highlights can be viewed HERE where he's #6 in white.
Date, Local time Game Venue, Country
2012-12-13, 18:30 Finland-Czech Republic Helsinki, FIN
2012-12-13, 20:00 Sweden-Russia Moscow, RUS
2012-12-15, 14:00 Russia-Czech Republic Moscow, RUS
2012-12-15, 18:00 Finland-Sweden Moscow, RUS
2012-12-16, 14:00 Russia-Finland Moscow, RUS
2012-12-16, 18:00 Czech Republic-Sweden Moscow, RUS
Enroth played 58:46 TOI with 40 SVS on 42 SOG in Almtuna's 3-0 loss to Djurgardens featuring Pontus Aberg (NSH 2012), Patric Hornqvist, Gabriel Landeskog and Alexander Wennberg (2013). Landeskog assisted on the first two GA before scoring the ENG; highlights can be viewed HERE where Enroth's #25 in white.
Sekera finished -3 with 0 P, 1 SOG, 19:32 TOI in Slovan's 4-1 loss to CSKA featuring Ilya Bryzgalov, Pavel Datsyuk, Denis Denisov (BUF 2000), Mikhail Grabovski and Alexander Radulov. He whistled a chance wide at 2:35; he was on the ice for CSKA's second, third and fourth goals; highlights can be viewed HERE where he's #44 in white.
Enroth played 58:59 TOI with 22 SVS on 27 SOG in Almtuna's 5-4 loss to Västerås featuring Mikael Backlund, Patrik Berglund and Brendan Mikkelson. Highlights can be viewed HERE where Enroth's #25 in red.
Ehrhoff finished even with 2 A, 1 SOG in Krefeld's 6-3 win over Hannover. He assisted on Krefeld's second and third goals; highlights can be viewed HERE where he's #55 in black.
Myers finished even with 0 P in Klagenfurt's 4-2 loss to Graz. He was injured in the third period, having to be helped off the ice, and had an MRI done on his left ankle; highlights can be viewed HERE where he's #57 in white.
Pominville finished -1 with 0 P, 1 SOG in Mannheim's 2-0 loss to Straubing. He was on the ice for Straubing's second goal, an ENG with 0:01 left; highlights can be viewed HERE where he's #50 in white.
There were six players in action today, including five in Ott's "Rock Out The Lockout" charity game:
Ott's "Rock Out The Lockout" charity game in Windsor featured Ott, Vanek, Stafford and Leopold (red) versus Ellis (black); starts at 6:30PM ET, so no results yet.
Sekera finished +1 with 1 A, 3 SOG, 19:41 TOI in Slovan's 2-1 win over Lev featuring Roman Cervenka, Zdeno Chara, Erik Christensen, Marcel Hossa, Jakub Klepis and Jakub Voracek. He assisted on Slovan's second goal; highlights can be viewed HERE where he's #44 in navy blue.
Bob Duff - Windsor Star Newspaper - Dec 09, 2012 - 2:12 AM EST.
Jimmy Howard looked out upon the gathered media scrum and blinked a couple of times. “Haven’t seen you guys in a while,” Howard said. Likewise, we’re sure, was undoubtedly uttered by the 4,500 or so who came to the WFCU Centre Saturday night for the Rock Out The Lockout NHLPA charity game.
The final score saw Steve Ott’s Team White drub Dan Cleary’s Team Black by a 17-11 count in the NHLPA charity game that benefitted local childhood cancer foundation Sparkles From Above, but this was never about the game as much as it was about the event.
“It’s great,” former Windsor Spitfire Ott of the Buffalo Sabres said. “Being a local guy, to be able to contribute so much money to the Sparkles foundation and fight something that’s close to our hearts, childhood cancer, that’s a great success.”
What wouldn’t be so great would be if this were the last we see of NHLers for the rest of the hockey season.
“We’re hockey players,” Ott said. “You put us out on the ice and this is where we know what to do with our skills. “This is our job, our career and it’s a lot of fun, too. “We all want to be back on that ice as soon as we can. Hopefully, in the next little while, we’ll see that, too.”
By Ansar Khan - mlive.com - December 08, 2012 - 10:34 PM.
Players were encouraged by the turnout Saturday night at the WFCU Centre and the reception they received, when an estimated crowd of 4,500 attended “Rock Out The Lockout,'' an NHLPA charity game that included 11 Red Wings. The White team, led by four goals from Kevin Westgarth of the Los Angeles Kings, defeated the Black team 17-11.
Red Wings Justin Abdelkader, Jonathan Ericsson, Johan Franzen and Kronwall scored for the White team, which also got goals from Jordan Leopold, Kyle Wellwood, David Legwand, Drew Stafford, James Wisniewski, Jamal Mayers, David Clarkson, Thomas Vanek and Nick Schultz.
Matt Martin and Adam Burish each scored twice for the Black team, which also got goals from Detroit's Cory Emmerton and Cleary, as well as Matt Ellis, John-Michael Liles, Sergei Samsonov, James Neal and Brenden Morrow.
Predictably, it was a tough night for goalies Jimmy Howard, Jonas Gustavsson and Michael Leighton. “It's tough for a goalie,'' Cleary said. “For (skaters), you can get away with being sloppy a little bit, but for a goalie you got to be sharp.'' Howard couldn't complain. “It's just a lot of fun,'' Howard said. “We're all doing it for a good cause."
There were six players scheduled for action on Sunday:
Ehrhoff finished +1 with 3 A, 2 SOG in Krefeld's 4-1 win over Dusseldorf featuring Travis Turnbull. He assisted on Krefeld's first, third and fourth goals; highlights can be viewed HERE where he's #55 in white.
Pominville finished -1 with 0 P, 2 SOG in Mannheim's 5-2 loss to Munich featuring Paul Stastny and Blake Wheeler. He was on the ice for Munich's fourth goal; Wheeler had a nice dangle at 2:50; highlights can be viewed HERE where he's #50 in white.
Sulzer finished +2 with 1 A, 4 SOG, 2 PIM (tripping) in Ingolstadt's 3-1 win over Straubing. He was on the ice for all three Ingolstadt goals; he assisted on the first goal; highlights can be viewed HERE where he's #25 in blue/black.
Ehrhoff finished even with 1 A, 1 SOG in Krefeld's 3-0 win over Hannover featuring Thomas Greiss. He was on the ice for Krefeld's first two goals, both coming on the power play; he assisted on Krefeld's second goal which was akin to the Vanek tip set play; he also fumbled a chance at 1:00; highlights can be viewed HERE where he's #55 in white.
Myers (ankle) did not play in KAC's 3-0 win over VSV. It is the third consecutive game he has missed due to injury.
Pominville finished +3 with 3 G, 1 A, 5 SOG in Mannheim's 5-0 win over Ingolstadt. He was on the ice for four of Mannheim's five goals; he scored the second, third and fifth goals; he assisted on the fourth; highlights can be viewed HERE where he's #50 in blue/red.
Sulzer finished -2 with 0 P, 2 SOG in Ingolstadt's 5-0 loss to Mannheim. He was on the ice for Mannheim's first (diving D), third and fourth (PP) goals; highlights again can be viewed HERE where he's #25 in white.
There also was Hecht featuring as Pominville's linemate for Mannheim; he finished +3 with 2 A, 2 SOG and wore #55 in blue/red.