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11-04-2012, 01:56 AM
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Providence Bruins (vs) St. John's IceCaps; 3:05 at the DDC Providence ; (11-4-12)

Providence Bruins (5) vs St. John's (-)
points in () are out of 8th place



The Bruins are 1-11-0 all time at home vs St. John's



Providence Bruins: (home record 0-3-0-0)

2-5-0-0 4pts. fifth in Atlantic Division.

St. John's IceCaps: (away record 2-2-0-0)

5-5-0-0 10pts. second in Atlantic Division.




Providence Team Leaders:

Goals: 2 tied at (4)
Assists: Chris Bourque (5)
Points: Max Sauve (6)
PIM: Bobby Robbins (33)
SOG: Chris Bourque (20)
+/-: 2 tied at (+1)



St. Jon's Team Leaders:

Goals: 4 tied at (3)
Assists: Alex Burmistrov (5)
Points: Alex Burmistrov (6)
PIM: Ben Chaiarot (21)
SOG: Zach Redmond (34)
+/-: Dean Arsene (+3)



Providence- St. John's:

15 | Goals | 24
23 | Goals Aganst | 31
8 | Power Play Goals | 7
8 | Power Play Goals Allowed | 8
121 |Penalty Minutes | 134



PP/PK Numbers:

Providence's home PP is: 2/16 and ranked 29
Providence's home PK was: 7/11 and ranked 23.

St. John's's away PP is: 3/22 and ranked 17
St. John's's away PK is: 15/20 and ranked 23




Providence's overall PP/PK Rankings is:

PP: 7th (8/35)
PK: 29th (19/27)



Providence's overall GF/GA Rankings:

GF: 2 way tie for 28th
GA: 12th



Possible Goalie Matchups:

Providence:

Niklas Svedberg: 2-1-0 (record) 2.59 (gaa) 0.915 (save %) 0 (so)
Michael Hutchinson: 0-4-0 3.75 0.838 0

St. John's:

Eddie Pasquale: 2-5-0 3.05 0.898 0
Mark Dekanich: 3-0-0 3.18 0.894 0





Referee(s) and Linesman

Referees- Mark Lemelin & Keith Kaval

Linesman- Chris Aughe & Jack Millea







Other Atlantic Division Games:


Manchester @ Worcester





AHL/NHL Affilate
Providence- Boston
St. John's- Winnipeg

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Just reading where the Wild and Oilers farm teams were playing and two of the best prospects the Wild have Granlund and Brodin injured badly. Taylor Hall apparently slammed Brodin- but haven't seen the film, but most of been bad enough because he got tossed with a match penalty.

those complaining about Providence talent can look at the Oklahoma City roster which has close to ten first and second round picks including Hall, RNH, and Eberlee plus kid they pirated from the Ducks on defense

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Just reading where the Wild and Oilers farm teams were playing and two of the best prospects the Wild have Granlund and Brodin injured badly. Taylor Hall apparently slammed Brodin- but haven't seen the film, but most of been bad enough because he got tossed with a match penalty.

those complaining about Providence talent can look at the Oklahoma City roster which has close to ten first and second round picks including Hall, RNH, and Eberlee plus kid they pirated from the Ducks on defense
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=_nJjuGmpf1c

hit didnt seem too bad how i saw it. didnt leave his feet and stopped skating. maybe it was high but it wasnt chimera on mcquaid bad.

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Good to see Kampfer (attempt) to step in on his teammates behalf.

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4 hours to P-Bruins game time at the Dunk. Svedberg starts in net. Scratches are Warsofsky, Button, Whitfield (upper body), Knight (hammy).

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I'm going to first PB'S game this year, perfect day for it , ''Pats bye week''! I dont like what I have been reading and i'm bummed knight is out, hopefully they will have a solid game today!

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I'm guessing there will be a stream

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hit didnt seem too bad how i saw it. didnt leave his feet and stopped skating. maybe it was high but it wasnt chimera on mcquaid bad.
I have to disagree with you on this. Sure he didn't take as many strides as Chimera did but it was pretty close to being the exact same hit.

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4th line doing work already. 1-0 Providence. Bobby Robins has more goals than Chris Bourque...

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Jamie Tardiff f***ed up two good rushes so far. Why the hell are you taking shots from that far back?

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4th line owned that period. By far Providence's best line. They're the only guys actually going to the net. St. John's defense is leaving the net wide open, but no one else on Providence wants to go there. It's mind-boggilng.

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At the end of one its 1-0 Bruins.

Svedburg stopped all 5 shots.
Pasquale stopped 11 of 12 shots.

Bruins are 1/1 on the Pk and no pps.

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At the end of two its 2-0 Bruins.

Svedburg made 5 saves on 5 shots.
Pasquale
made 14 saves on 15 shots.

Bruins are 4/4 on the pk (they have a carryover from the 2nd) the pp is 1/4 (that was scored 5 on 3).




Svedburg made a great kick save on a pk breakaway.
Exelby hit the post.
McKinnon had a breakaway was on the far side looked like he missed the net or got the post.
The 5 on 3 pp goal went from post to pass that the person right in front of the net missed and Camper got in.

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Great effort. Goal by lane mcdermid.

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Great effort. Goal by lane mcdermid.
That line is dominating tonight. That's how they should be playing.

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Every offensive attack they have had a player in front of the net.

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BRUINS WIN 3-0. Svedburg first pro shutout.

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That's a big win. The first three lines need to work on scoring goals 5-on-5, though. Svedberg is damn good, too.

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Congrats to Svedberg on his first NA shutout!!!! Great pickup by Chia.

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Sveddyballs: 2.01 GAA, .927 save pct, 3-1, 1 shutout.

Give him the rock and ride the hot hand.

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went to game, sat a few rows at center ice behind penatly box

Third game in three nights and Cassidy apparently realized this and sent out McDermid-Hansen-Robins and they scored on first shift, and sent the message fast. I love this move- let them know what they are in for and St Johns never was in this thing. Complete domination. McDermid was fantastic- never ever seen him play this well- he got a crap penatly but other than that he should have been first star. His skating is better, bit quicker this year and no doubt will see time up (probably against Buffalo). The entire line was great and they just beat up whoever they went against.

I realize its probably an AHL line but really like McKinnon and Tardiff together; they do everything well but especially play hard. Its refreshing to see.

Did not see much from Sauve- didnt get much PP time on the multi run of time in the second and picked up two penalties afterwards. I thougth Bourque played very well- he has not scored but to be honest- he's actually better than I thought he'd be. He does see the ice very well and is a great passer. He's a good skater more quick than fast. Not sure if he has the talent to stay in the NHL if he gets there but certainly a good AHL player.

One other thing- I been bashing Colby Cohen after last year but he looks a lot better this time around.

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Sveddyballs: 2.01 GAA, .927 save pct, 3-1, 1 shutout.

Give him the rock and ride the hot hand.
Agreed .... need to do the Adrian Peterson- Toby Gerhart ratio. !

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