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10-27-2012, 09:41 AM
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Providence Bruins (@) Connecticut Whale; 7:00 at the XL Center; (10-27-12)

Providence Bruins (1) vs Connecticut Whale (-)
points in () are out of 8th place



The Bruins are 67-21-5 all time at home vs Springfield



Providence Bruins: (road record 2-1-0-0)

2-3-0-0 4pts. fourth in Atlantic Division.

Connecticut: (home record 1-2-0-0)

2-3-1-0 5pts. third in Northeast Division.




Providence Team Leaders:

Goals: Jordan Caron (3)
Assists: 2 tied at (3)
Points: 2 tied at (4)
PIM: Bobby Robbins (19)
SOG: Craig Cunningham (14)
+/-: Jamie Tardiff (+2)



Connecticut Team Leaders:

Goals: 2 tied at (4)
Assists: 3 tied at (4)
Points: Kyle Jean (8)
PIM: Chris Kreider (23)
SOG: 2 tied at (24)
+/-: Kyle Jean (+3)



Providence- Connecticut:

10 | Goals | 21
14 | Goals Aganst | 23
4 | Power Play Goals | 9
5 | Power Play Goals Allowed | 10
75 |Penalty Minutes | 109



PP/PK Numbers:

Providence's away PP is: 4/13 and ranked 6
Providence's away PK was: 11/14 and ranked 18.

Connecticut's home PP is: 5/16 and ranked 5
Connecticut's home PK is: 10/15 and ranked 24




Providence's overall PP/PK Rankings is:

PP: 17th (4/23)
PK: 21th (17/22)



Providence's overall GF/GA Rankings:

GF: 2 way tie for 28th
GA: 4 way tie for 9th



Possible Goalie Matchups:

Providence:

Niklas Svedberg: 2-1-0 (record) 2.33 (gaa) 0.927 (save %) 0 (so)
Michael Hutchinson: 0-2-0 3.06 0.872 0

Connecticut:

Cameron Talbot: 1-0-0 1.00 0.963 0
Scott Stajcer: 0-2-0 4.32 0.841 0
Jason Missiaen: 1-2-0 4.38 0.880 0




Referee(s) and Linesman

Referees- Pierre Lambert & Geno Binda

Linesman- Luke Galvin & Paul Simeon







Other Atlantic Division Games:

Norkolk @ St. John's

Worcester @ Manchester

Binghamton @ Portland




AHL/NHL Affilate
Providence- Boston
Connecticut- New York R

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10-27-2012, 10:38 AM
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Providence Bruins (1) vs Connecticut Whale (-)
points in () are out of 8th place



The Bruins are 67-21-5 all time at home vs Springfield



Providence Bruins: (road record 2-1-0-0)

2-3-0-0 4pts. fourth in Atlantic Division.

Connecticut: (home record 1-2-0-0)

2-3-1-0 5pts. third in Northeast Division.




Providence Team Leaders:

Goals: Jordan Caron (3)
Assists: 2 tied at (3)
Points: 2 tied at (4)
PIM: Bobby Robbins (19)
SOG: Craig Cunningham (14)
+/-: Jamie Tardiff (+2)



Connecticut Team Leaders:

Goals: 2 tied at (4)
Assists: 3 tied at (4)
Points: Kyle Jean (8)
PIM: Chris Kreider (23)
SOG: 2 tied at (24)
+/-: Kyle Jean (+3)



Providence- Connecticut:

10 | Goals | 21
14 | Goals Aganst | 23
4 | Power Play Goals | 9
5 | Power Play Goals Allowed | 10
75 |Penalty Minutes | 109



PP/PK Numbers:

Providence's away PP is: 4/13 and ranked 6
Providence's away PK was: 11/14 and ranked 18.

Connecticut's home PP is: 5/16 and ranked 5
Connecticut's home PK is: 10/15 and ranked 24




Providence's overall PP/PK Rankings is:

PP: 17th (4/23)
PK: 21th (17/22)



Providence's overall GF/GA Rankings:

GF: 2 way tie for 28th
GA: 4 way tie for 9th



Possible Goalie Matchups:

Providence:

Niklas Svedberg: 2-1-0 (record) 2.33 (gaa) 0.927 (save %) 0 (so)
Michael Hutchinson: 0-2-0 3.06 0.872 0

Connecticut:

Cameron Talbot: 1-0-0 1.00 0.963 0
Scott Stajcer: 0-2-0 4.32 0.841 0
Jason Missiaen: 1-2-0 4.38 0.880 0




Referee(s) and Linesman

Referees- Pierre Lambert & Geno Binda

Linesman- Luke Galvin & Paul Simeon







Other Atlantic Division Games:

Norkolk @ St. John's

Worcester @ Manchester

Binghamton @ Portland




AHL/NHL Affilate
Providence- Boston
Connecticut- New York R
It'll be interesting to see what lineup Cassidy goes with tonight. Does he stick with Svedberg, who let in 3 last night, or does a well-rested Hutch get another shot?

Will also be interested to see if Knight gets back into the lineup.

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I would like to see Knight and Florek in and Whitfield and Macdermid out.
Nothing against Whitfield and MacDermid but they have been invisible (besides the MacDermid fight last night).

Button out and Bartkowski in.
Nothing against Button but I think Bart-man is a better D-man overall.

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I would like to see Knight and Florek in and Whitfield and Macdermid out.
Nothing against Whitfield and MacDermid but they have been invisible (besides the MacDermid fight last night).

Button out and Bartkowski in.
Nothing against Button but I think Bart-man is a better D-man overall.
no you don't want to see Knight- hopefully he's out again and I expect it although I have no inside information

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Hutch between the pipes tonight.

Whitfield (upper body) and Knight (tight hammy) out up front. Florek back in.

Button and Trotman out on D ... So Cohen and Bartkowski are back in.

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I'm a little disappointed Trotman isn't playing. He's been pretty decent/good so far. Glad to see Bartkowski getting back out there, though.

More Justin Florek is good, too. I've been hoping to see more of him since the development camp.

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Bruins up early 1-0. Tardif with his 2nd of the year.

Can someone explain why games at the Dunk has one single, crappy camera shot while away games (like tonight) features multiples cameras, graphics and replays? Geez...

Whitfield's injury is causing some line juggling...Hansen has MacD and Robins on his wings.

Haley vs. Robins...Robins' jersey comes up almost instantly and the linesmen step in. Perhaps round 2 later on...

Bruins keeping things simple so far...hitting and not doing too much.

Bourque scores...but it's Ryan Bourque. Poor defensive work on that one by Krug and Cohen.

Acouple of very close calls on both ends late in the first, but it's still 1-1. The Whale are playing a chippy game--lots of little cross checks and the like being delivered.

Robins gets called for interference late in the first...

1-1 end of first period.

Whale up 2-1 early in the second.

MacKinnion to the box for interference. MacDermis had breakaway on the PK but could not score.

Cassidy continues to juggle the lines but there has ben much offense since early in the first.

Whales score on the PP. Hutch belongs in the ECHL. Chris Kreider is killing the Bs tonight.

Pyett scores, Whale up 120-1 or something like that...Svedberg comes in.

Whale now up 5-1. Bs defense taking the night off big time.

Caron gets one on the PP. 5-2 now. Caron with his team leading 4th of the year.

Sauve gets a PP goal, 5-3. Sauve with his third of the year.

Newbury gets a shortie, 6-3. Killer. PBees have given up severl shorties this year. That needs to be fixed ASAP.


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PROVIDENCE GOAL:

#49 Jamie Tardiff

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Connecticut Goal:

Ryan Bourque

(1-1)

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I really like Bobby Robins. He's not the best fighter, but he tries.

Ryan Bourque is the anti-Chris Bourque. Chris won't get physical with anybody, but Ryan will skate right through Krug and Cohen. That was nasty.

I heart Ryan Spooner. Dude is fast as hell, he's really fun to watch.

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Looks like the B's got screwed on a no-goal call. They have instant re-play now in the AHL surprised they did not take a look.

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Aside from Camper's last shot, the PP didn't look good again. They take forever to get the puck through the neutral zone. Why is Warsofsky trying to carry the puck all the way from his own zone? Just dump it.

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At the end of one its 1-1.

Goalies:

Michael Hutchinson- made 5 saves on 6 shots
Cameron Talbot- made 11 saves on 12 shots

PP-0/1
PK-1/1

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Connecticut Goal:

Chad Kolarik

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I hate our no touch defense with players like Chara and McQuaid they can't be teaching this crap.

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It's all Connecticut now. They just had like 3-4 odd man rushes against Providence in the last two minutes.

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Connecticut Goal:

Chris Kreider

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There goes Hutchinson.

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WHAT THE ^%$#^*())*^% MAN !!!!!!!!

Connecticut Goal:

Logan Pyett

(4-1 WHALE)


Goalie Change Niklas Svedberg now in Goal.

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Connecticut Goal:

Tommy Grant

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In case anyone forgot why Colby Cohen has been scratched lately, he just completely blew his coverage to remind you. That was insane. Grant was standing right in front of him, how did Cohen let him get behind him?

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