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02-04-2005, 05:02 PM
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St. Johns verses Hamilton - GDT FRIDAY Feb 4th

Game Day

ST. JOHN'S
MAPLE LEAFS
vs.
HAMILTON BULLDOGS
FEBRUARY 4, 2005
7:30 PM (NT)



Tonight's game can also be listened to Live at the following location
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who's starting?

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who's starting?
Racine is playing in this game ..

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Racine is playing in this game ..

Was he not supose to miss this game to go back home to be with his wife?

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Was he not supose to miss this game to go back home to be with his wife?
That's what it sounded like, but I guess not.

Tonight they're saying his fiance still hasn't given birth yet and he could leave at any time.

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That's what it sounded like, but I guess not.

Tonight they're saying his fiance still hasn't given birth yet and he could leave at any time.
That right I am sure you heard the Ist period interview with Goal coach Steve McKichan Goaltending Consultant was on in the interview ..

Racine Wife is close and the team has Racine on a rotating Air Ticket so he cantake off any moment when he has to that the team supports that ..

I was very impressed with Steve McKichan interview .. Very well spoken and sounds like a very knowledgable person ..

Love the comment that when the goalies are playing well all is quite, but if they have a rough game they call him in and ask "WHAT ARE YOU DOING " with these goalies ..

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SCORING SUMMARY *** FINAL in OT ****

SCORE : ST. JOHNS 3 - HAMILTON 2

SCORING SUMMARY

Period 1
(no scoring)

Period 2
Hamilton - Duncan Milroy (unassisted) 10:42
St. John's - Brett Engelhardt 1 (Jeremy Williams, Regan Kelly) 12:19


Period 3
St. John's - Brad Leeb 12 (Matt Stajan, Nathan Barrett) 10:43
Hamilton - Tomas Plekanec (extra ) (Duncan Milroy, James Sanford) 19:15

OT
St. John's - David Ling 19 (powerplay) (Carlo Colaiacovo, Harold Druken) 2:45

PENALTIES

Period 1
St. John's - Ian White - (High Sticking), 2 min, 8:43
Hamilton - Andrew Archer - (Hooking), 2 min, 18:38

Period 2
Hamilton - Marc-Andre Thinel - (Too Many Men Bench Minor), 2 min, 1:42
Hamilton - Dan Jancevski - (Fighting Major), 5 min, 5:57
St. John's - Robb Palahnuk - (Fighting Major), 5 min, 5:57
St. John's - Jay Harrison - (Cross Checking), 2 min, 8:01
St. John's - Marc Moro - (Roughing), 2 min, 13:14
St. John's - Marc Moro - (Roughing), 2 min, 13:14
Hamilton - Steve Ott - (Roughing), 2 min, 13:14
St. John's - Carlo Colaiacovo - (High Sticking), 2 min, 15:33
Hamilton - Trevor Daley - (Obstr-Holding), 2 min, 17:56

Period 3
(no penalties)

GOALIES

NAME DEC MIN SHOTS SAVES
30 Dan Ellis 64:38 29 26


NAME DEC MIN SHOTS SAVES
31 Jean-Francois Racine 65:00 41 39


POWERPLAYS

Milwaukee 0 for 4 : St. John's 1 for 4


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1-0 Hamilton. Racine made a terrible giveaway and Duncan Milroy slid it into the empty net.

Edit: Engelhardt scores his first AHL goal on a nice pass from Jeremy Williams. Tie game.

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SCORING SUMMARY *** 2nd IN PROGRESS ****

SCORE : ST. JOHNS 1 - MILMAUKEE 1


SCORING SUMMARY

Period 1
(no scoring)



Period 2
Hamilton - Duncan Milroy (unassisted) 10:42
St. John's - Brett Engelhardt 1 (Jeremy Williams, Regan Kelly) 12:19

PENALTIES

Period 1
St. John's - Ian White - (High Sticking), 2 min, 8:43
Hamilton - Andrew Archer - (Hooking), 2 min, 18:38

GOALIES

NAME DEC MIN SHOTS SAVES
30 Dan Ellis 20:00 12 12


NAME DEC MIN SHOTS SAVES
31 Jean-Francois Racine 20:00 15 15


POWERPLAYS

Milwaukee 0 for 1 : St. John's 0 for 1

Milwaukee? you mean Hamilton lol

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02-04-2005, 07:12 PM
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2-1 Leafs

either Leeb from Stajan or it is Stajan's itself...they're reviewing.

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either Leeb from Stajan or it is Stajan's itself...they're reviewing.
wootwoot im watchin it on T.V. its on hamiltons cable14

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Milwaukee? you mean Hamilton lol
Opps ...Damn Cut and Paste

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Bulldogs tie it up with less than a minute left and the net empty. Plekanec.

We're in OT now.

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Leafs win.

Ling with the PP goal in OT. Colaiacovo and Druken with the assists.

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it looks like Racine was busy
can anyone who watched the game tell me how he played/looked out there?

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it looks like Racine was busy
can anyone who watched the game tell me how he played/looked out there?
Well very few people watched the game.

But I do know that Racine was named 1st star and announcer Brian Rogers largely credited him with keeping the Leafs in the game during a couple stretches when the team was out to lunch.

On a side note, David Ling was named 3rd star and Brad Leeb was named hardest working player for the second game in a row.

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Any news on Racine and Racine Jr.?

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Hamilton suuuucks. So much for Montreal's gang of prospects.

Anyways, Racine is the most underrated prospect in the Leafs organization. I'd have him ahead of Tellqvist, but that's just me.

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Any news on Racine and Racine Jr.?
Racine's fiancée is due any day now and they are expecting a little girl ..

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Racine's fiancée is due any day now and they are expecting a little girl ..
Havn't you watched King of the Hill?

She could still be named Racine Jr.

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racine wasn't very good i didn't think. he let in two really bad goals. both were completely his fault. he did make a few nice saves, but the goals were awful.

david ling, mvp baby!

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racine wasn't very good i didn't think. he let in two really bad goals. both were completely his fault. he did make a few nice saves, but the goals were awful.

david ling, mvp baby!
Anytime a goalie makes 39 saves on 41 shots, he played a good game.

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Anytime a goalie makes 39 saves on 41 shots, he played a good game.
not when he directly causes 2 goals, one in the final minute to tie the game.

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not when he directly causes 2 goals, one in the final minute to tie the game.
But the 39 shots he prevented from going in don't count?

Good game for Racine, as I said... anytime a goaltender makes 39 saves and allows just 2 goals, it was a great game for him.

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But the 39 shots he prevented from going in don't count?
not if he's going to let in 2 bad ones that were totally his fault.

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Good game for Racine, as I said... anytime a goaltender makes 39 saves and allows just 2 goals, it was a great game for him.
2 bad goals in a tied game after regulation, that's not a first star performance, that's not a good game at all.

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