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03-04-2005, 09:55 PM
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Rats @ Syracuse (3/4/05)

The River Rats scored four special teams goals en route to a 5-3 road victory over the Syracuse Crunch tonight. Parise's shorthanded goal is his second of the season; both his SHGs have been gamewinners. Nittel scored his 11th and 12th powerplay goals; despite only playing 29 games he now has over 1/4 of Albany's powerplay goals for the season. The Rats only had 3 shots on goal in the second period; they scored on two of them. Bobby Allen returned from being out with the flu.

http://www.pointstreak.com/framed/pr...?gameid=140055

Period 1
Syracuse - Brad Moran (Mark Hartigan, Joe Motzko) 7:30
Albany - Aleksander Suglobov (powerplay) (Tuomas Pihlman, Matt DeMarchi) 14:13
Albany - Ahren Nittel (powerplay) (Zach Parise, Bobby Allen) 18:51
Period 2
Albany - Ahren Nittel (powerplay) (Dean McAmmond, Bobby Allen) 0:31
Albany - Zach Parise (shorthanded) (Dean McAmmond) 9:48

Syracuse - Peter Ferraro (Alexander Svitov, Prestin Ryan) 16:14
Period 3
Syracuse - Mike Pandolfo (powerplay) (Jamie Pushor, Jeff Panzer) 1:51
Albany - Aleksander Suglobov (Tuomas Pihlman) 11:56


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Woah! The Rats scored on the powerplay! Good showing on the PP, considering they went something like 0 for 8 against Lowell (Nittel was in that game...right? What happened?!).

WOAH! The Rats won against Syracuse! NICE.

Still need to shoot more in the 2nd period, I see. That they scored on 2 of those 3 shots either speaks really highly of the shot quality or they were lucky.

EDIT: Oh yeah, did Voros win his fight against ..uh...whomever he was fighting?

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I'm telling ya' -- Nittel has turned out to be our diamond in the rough!

Hopefully with him back, they at least go 50% in the win column to finish out the season.

That would be nice.

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Nittel was a 3rd rounder and projected to go middle 2nd round so I don't know if you could call him a diamond in the rough as some say. He was injury prone in junior which didn't allow him to be a constant offensive force. Nittel is only 21 and doesn't turn 22 untill december. This kid has some scary potential in the future. He scored in junior, he is scoring in the AHL, if he can do this at the NHL level we may have found an offensive PF....when we all thought that would be Pihlman/Tallackson/Ryznar.

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EDIT: Oh yeah, did Voros win his fight against ..uh...whomever he was fighting?
It was more of a mugging, though not of the Bertuzzi variety. Francois Beauchemin was baiting Aaron Voros to draw penalties, which he did several times. The Syracuse announcer kept saying that Voros should drop the gloves, but Voros was too scared to do so. They were wrong. Voros started with Beauchemin, pulled the Crunch defenseman's sweater over his face and pounded him. That's how Voros got a fighting major, an instigator minor and an instigator misconduct at 18:20 of the 2nd period while no one on Syracuse got anything.

That led to a seven-minute power play for Syracuse, and a Mike Pandolfo goal during the major portion of the Crunch-advantage. Pandolfo's goal made it a 4-3 game, but Albany killed the rest of the penalty time, aided by a Alexander Svitov penalty. Alexander Suglobov iced the game 5:19 later with an even-strength goal.

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It was more of a mugging, though not of the Bertuzzi variety. Francois Beauchemin was baiting Aaron Voros to draw penalties, which he did several times. The Syracuse announcer kept saying that Voros should drop the gloves, but Voros was too scared to do so. They were wrong. Voros started with Beauchemin, pulled the Crunch defenseman's sweater over his face and pounded him. That's how Voros got a fighting major, an instigator minor and an instigator misconduct at 18:20 of the 2nd period while no one on Syracuse got anything.

That led to a seven-minute power play for Syracuse, and a Mike Pandolfo goal during the major portion of the Crunch-advantage. Pandolfo's goal made it a 4-3 game, but Albany killed the rest of the penalty time, aided by a Alexander Svitov penalty. Alexander Suglobov iced the game 5:19 later with an even-strength goal.

I hate pansies that bait and then turtle they remind me of the matt cookes of the world. Voros aint scared to go with noone.

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