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11-01-2004, 09:37 AM
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GDT: Aeros @ Wolf Pack 11-1-04

Let's go, Pack!!! Beat the Aeros!!!

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Some news regarding Thomas Pck from an interview he gave an austrian fan site: He started practicing friday, joined the team practice sunday and hopes to be good to go in about two weeks.

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good news, hope to see him in the lineup

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Scoreless game after 20! Come on, guys, let's get things going!!

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Score is 0-0, going to OT!!!

Betts went to the locker room after being hit by Reirden (I believe) early in the 3rd and hasn't come back out.

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The Pack wins in their first shootout!! Lawson and Chad scored to beat the Aeros 1-0!!!!!!


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The Pack are now 7-0!!!!! What a start to the season, eh?

SCORING SUMMARY

Period 1
(no scoring)
Period 2
(no scoring)
Period 3
(no scoring)
OT
(no scoring)


SHOOTOUT

Houston
SHOOTER SCORE

Pierre-Marc Bouchard ~ YES
Stephane Veilleux ~ NO
Rickard Wallin ~ NO
Mark Cullen ~ NO
Raymond Giroux ~ NO

Hartford

SCORE SHOOTER
Alexandre Giroux ~ NO
Fedor Tyutin ~ NO
Lucas Lawson ~ YES
Chad Wiseman ~ YES

TOTALS: Houston ~ 1 Hartford ~ 2


PENALTIES

Period 1
Hartford - Chad Wiseman - (Holding), 2 min, 0:22
Houston - Derek Boogaard - (Fighting Major), 5 min, 7:16
Hartford - Trevor Gillies - (Fighting Major), 5 min, 7:16
Houston - Junior Lessard - (Obstr-Hooking), 2 min, 14:04

Period 2
Hartford - Maxim Kondratiev - (Roughing), 2 min, 7:13
Houston - Stephane Veilleux - (Roughing), 2 min, 7:13
Houston - Patrick Traverse - (Cross Checking), 2 min, 11:04
Hartford - Fedor Tyutin - (High Sticking), 2 min, 12:31
Hartford - Fedor Tyutin - (Hooking), 2 min, 15:04
Hartford - Lawrence Nycholat - (Roughing), 2 min, 19:57

Period 3
Houston - Junior Lessard - (Too Many Men Bench Minor), 2 min, 1:04
Houston - Todd Reirden - (Boarding), 2 min, 6:07
Hartford - Ryan Hollweg - (Boarding), 2 min, 8:04
Hartford - Lawrence Nycholat - (Hooking), 2 min, 15:20

OT
(no penalties)

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Thanks for the updates MP, btw, who was in net for the Pack?

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Nice. This team is for real! Thanks for the updates Maj . I dislike shootouts though. But eh, a win's a win.

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Pack are on FIIIRE. Think they can get to 10-0?


Does anyone happen to know the best start ever for an AHL team?

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What was the occasion for the 11AM start?

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Pack are on FIIIRE. Think they can get to 10-0?


Does anyone happen to know the best start ever for an AHL team?
"The League's longest winning streak from the start of a season is 11, recorded by the 1984-85 Rochester Americans. The AHL record for the longest undefeated streak from the start of the season belongs to the Portland Pirates, who in 1994 began the season 14-0-3 after winning the Calder Cup Championship the previous season."


This is from 2000.

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No problem, guys! The threads will be here every game day!

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Thanks Klingsor...man, that'd be something wouldn't it? 4 more wins for the record. I could see them winning the next two (one team is at .500, the other is 1-5 I believe)...

*knocks on wood*

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11-02-2004, 10:21 AM
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I actually made the 2 1/2 hour trek up their which was pretty amusing.

don't know what the 11am start was about but whatever it was it caused there to be maybe 600-700 people in attendance which was great as you obviously had your choice of seats ANYWHERE you wanted....sat 1st row blueline on the side the Pack shot on in the 1st and 3rd.

Overall let me just say that the action was pretty nonexistent.

I could count the quality scoring chances from both sides combined on one hand.

I can't stand the way the game is played today.No skating-no action=no excitment. :mad:

notes from the game...

-Betts looked like he seperated his shoulder in the 3rd.Got driven into the glass and came away with the shoulder hanging low and in pain.

--Moore looked very good.Looks alot more confident both with and w/o the puck.Showed some creativity and also was fighting through alot away from the puck.

I still think this kid will become a solid NHLer.

--Balej was pretty quiet today.his speed was very apparent but not much else.

--Tyutin looked solid as did Max.Fedor took 2 or 3 penalties and had a bit of an edge to his game yesterday.Both guys skate extremely well and they were constantly talking to eachother after every stoppage in play.

I definetly like them as a tandem for our blueline of the future.They compliment eachother nicely and while niether is an offensive d-man both can contribute in the attacking zone as well both make very good outlets coming out of their own zone.

If Pock turns into a solid offensive d-man I'm going to be pumped about our top 4 of the future.

--Labarbra looked HUGE in nets.Big equptment but he is also a big dude who eats up a ton of net.Played well but didn't face much quality chances.

--Wiseman played a very involved game as did Hollyweg.Giroux is also a ver ybig body who can hopefully turn into a NHLer down the road.Pretty agile for a guy his size.

That was pretty much it as I said.

0-0 game after OT and even the shootout lacked much intensity.

I guess an 11am game will play a role in it but the lack of skating and excitment made me feel like I was at the swamp watching a Devil game.

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Tyutin looked solid as did Max.Fedor took 2 or 3 penalties and had a bit of an edge to his game yesterday.Both guys skate extremely well and they were constantly talking to eachother after every stoppage in play.
i'm hoping max will stay in hartford this year even if the lockout lasts all year long since tyutin is there and he has a friend and all...i think that was one of his complaints playing for the leafs team was that there weren't any other russians and he he was kinda isolated. but the pack seems like a good bunch of guys and he's got his buddy tyutin...hopefully he'll stick around

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JR, the AHL is using smaller equipment this year

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I actually made the 2 1/2 hour trek up their which was pretty amusing.

don't know what the 11am start was about but whatever it was it caused there to be maybe 600-700 people in attendance which was great as you obviously had your choice of seats ANYWHERE you wanted....sat 1st row blueline on the side the Pack shot on in the 1st and 3rd.

Overall let me just say that the action was pretty nonexistent.

I could count the quality scoring chances from both sides combined on one hand.

I can't stand the way the game is played today.No skating-no action=no excitment. :mad:

notes from the game...

-Betts looked like he seperated his shoulder in the 3rd.Got driven into the glass and came away with the shoulder hanging low and in pain.

--Moore looked very good.Looks alot more confident both with and w/o the puck.Showed some creativity and also was fighting through alot away from the puck.

I still think this kid will become a solid NHLer.

--Balej was pretty quiet today.his speed was very apparent but not much else.

--Tyutin looked solid as did Max.Fedor took 2 or 3 penalties and had a bit of an edge to his game yesterday.Both guys skate extremely well and they were constantly talking to eachother after every stoppage in play.

I definetly like them as a tandem for our blueline of the future.They compliment eachother nicely and while niether is an offensive d-man both can contribute in the attacking zone as well both make very good outlets coming out of their own zone.

If Pock turns into a solid offensive d-man I'm going to be pumped about our top 4 of the future.

--Labarbra looked HUGE in nets.Big equptment but he is also a big dude who eats up a ton of net.Played well but didn't face much quality chances.

--Wiseman played a very involved game as did Hollyweg.Giroux is also a ver ybig body who can hopefully turn into a NHLer down the road.Pretty agile for a guy his size.

That was pretty much it as I said.

0-0 game after OT and even the shootout lacked much intensity.

I guess an 11am game will play a role in it but the lack of skating and excitment made me feel like I was at the swamp watching a Devil game.
as an experiment to see how it goes before implementing it in the NHL.

That's funny though.

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I know the equiptment is supposed to be smaller but while Jason is a big dude it looked like he had a matress on under his jersey.

He certainly doesn't leave all that much net to look at when he gets in position.Even when he stood up the crossbar was at the very bottom of his back.

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I could be mistaken, but I don't think they've implemented the smaller goalie pads rule yet, something about not enough time for everyone to be "re-sized" (?).

All in all, a pretty boring game. The Pack didn't seem like the same team, probably because of the a.m. start time. Houston played a better game, and their defense was tenacious. I'm not a LaBarbera fan, but yesterday it was very noticeable that he's working with the goalie coach, and although he'll never be a natural, he's improving his lateral movement. (He did have a real pretty glove save on his a$$, a la Steve Valiquette).

BTW, I enjoyed the shootout. It gave us something to yell about!

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i also went to the game as i live like 20 minutes from the civic center and one thing that i noticed about chad wiseman was that he took like 6-9 shots and hit the net like...3 times. ulmer didnt impress me at all. i love there defensive lines. Each player comlimepts each other well. I was so scared with LaBarbera in net with the penalty shots. he covers alot of the net but thats about it. All you really had to do what get it high. Gillis destoryed whoever he was fighting. and thats about it, i plan to make alot more games this season then i did last

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It is about time...

that Labarbera got a shutout. I thought he was losing his touch. Seemed as though it may've been a busy day for him, with 35 saves. Amazing stats through five, 0.79 GAA, .971 save%...of course that'll change, but it's nice to see he's starting where he left off last season, even after a disappointing end to the season. I do wonder, however, if he's improving at all.

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SHOOTER SCORE

Pierre-Marc Bouchard ~ YES
Stephane Veilleux ~ NO
Rickard Wallin ~ NO
Mark Cullen ~ NO
Raymond Giroux ~ NO

Hartford

SCORE SHOOTER
Alexandre Giroux ~ NO
Fedor Tyutin ~ NO
Lucas Lawson ~ YES
Chad Wiseman ~ YES
I don't understand why Balej and Moore weren't put in the shootout? Makes no sense.

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I don't understand why Balej and Moore weren't put in the shootout? Makes no sense.
perhaps either balej or moore was next to take the shot but who cares they won the game.

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