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04-13-2005, 02:40 PM
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Eric Castonguay is good. A very good surprise for Lewiston. A fourth round draft pick. He surprised everybody like Beregeon on the Bruins. Castonguay is a 2006 Draft eligable.

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Rimouski sweeps Lewiston, as Halak was shelled again, facing about 40 shots per game. He let in 5 on 44 shots tonight. For the entire playoffs Halak's numbers,

8-4-4-0 3.52 gaa, 27 ga, .908 save % 292 shots faced (36.5 per game on average) Looks like he could use some rest, after facing so much rubber!

Danny Stewart, no pts tonight.


Chipchura is held pointless, but PA wins 2-1 and ties up the series 2-2. Next game is friday night.

Flood is now 4th in the playoffs for defensemen scoring, with 8 pts. In 13 playoff games in his career he had 3 pts, so his 8 pts in 9 games is a solid improvement, although St Mikes is having a lot of trouble keeping pucks out of the net, especially on the PK, as the Petes can move the puck around well on the PP.

Tomorrow night the Petes can advance with a win as they are up 3-1 in the series.

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Rimouski sweeps Lewiston, as Halak was shelled again, facing about 40 shots per game. He let in 5 on 44 shots tonight. For the entire playoffs Halak's numbers,

8-4-4-0 3.52 gaa, 27 ga, .908 save % 292 shots faced (36.5 per game on average) Looks like he could use some rest, after facing so much rubber!

Danny Stewart, no pts tonight.


Chipchura is held pointless, but PA wins 2-1 and ties up the series 2-2. Next game is friday night.

Flood is now 4th in the playoffs for defensemen scoring, with 8 pts. In 13 playoff games in his career he had 3 pts, so his 8 pts in 9 games is a solid improvement, although St Mikes is having a lot of trouble keeping pucks out of the net, especially on the PK, as the Petes can move the puck around well on the PP.

Tomorrow night the Petes can advance with a win as they are up 3-1 in the series.

Thaks Dan, hope Prince Albert and Peterborough can keep it going!

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Just remember Halak goal against average is misleading. Against Shawingan it was around 1.66 or just alittle higher. He kept Lewiston in the series against Rimouski. Halak wasn't the reason that Lewiston got swept. Outstanding season for him after making the jump from the other side of the pond. I hope he does well for you guys next year at the AHL level.

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Petes win the series 4-1 with another ot win. No pts for Flooder or Stewie. Looks like they could face the 67's unless Sudbury can win some games, as they are down 3-1.


Chipchura and PA take on MH tomorrow night, as the series is tied up 2-2. Huge game for them.

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Petes win the series 4-1 with another ot win. No pts for Flooder or Stewie. Looks like they could face the 67's unless Sudbury can win some games, as they are down 3-1.
But what a first period by the Petes as they fired 31 shots on goal (according to the team's statistician 36 shots). That's just amazing! This game should have been over after the first period, but instead the first period ends in a 1-1 tie.

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But what a first period by the Petes as they fired 31 shots on goal (according to the team's statistician 36 shots). That's just amazing! This game should have been over after the first period, but instead the first period ends in a 1-1 tie.

That's a ton of shots. I didn't listen to the game till the 3rd, and I wasn't about to pay for that crappy webcast. To think they were going to charge 9 bucks but lowered it to 6. Next round should be a good matchup.

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That's a ton of shots. I didn't listen to the game till the 3rd, and I wasn't about to pay for that crappy webcast. To think they were going to charge 9 bucks but lowered it to 6. Next round should be a good matchup.
Can't blame you for not wanting to watch the webcast...I've basically given up on it too.

I agree that next round should be a good matchup, whether it's Ottawa or Sudbury. It looks like it's going to be Ottawa, but I wouldn't count Sudbury out just yet because they do have a much better team than is indicated by a 3-1 Ottawa lead. The Petes may prefer Ottawa though as they had a winning record (4-2-2) against them during the regular season and a losing record against Sudbury (not sure of the exact numbers). In the end it may not matter too much because as they say playoffs are a whole new season. It sure would be nice to see the Petes win because, not only would it mean that they are Eastern conference champs, but also could be a automatic appearance in the Memorial Cup if London wins the West, which they are certainly favoured to do.

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Can't blame you for not wanting to watch the webcast...I've basically given up on it too.

I agree that next round should be a good matchup, whether it's Ottawa or Sudbury. It looks like it's going to be Ottawa, but I wouldn't count Sudbury out just yet because they do have a much better team than is indicated by a 3-1 Ottawa lead. The Petes may prefer Ottawa though as they had a winning record (4-2-2) against them during the regular season and a losing record against Sudbury (not sure of the exact numbers). In the end it may not matter too much because as they say playoffs are a whole new season. It sure would be nice to see the Petes win because, not only would it mean that they are Eastern conference champs, but also could be a automatic appearance in the Memorial Cup if London wins the West, which they are certainly favoured to do.
It would be great to see them get a trip to the memorial cup. Loved it when Milroy/Archer were playing in the mem cup. Perhaps we could have three this year if the Petes and Rimouski make it. Now if PA could just go on a roll...

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Subury leads Ottawa 4-0 after 1st period. This is good news for the Petes, as the longer this series goes on the more battered and bruised these teams will be.

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Sudbury wins 6-2! Love to see this one go to 7 games.

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Chipchura scooooooores!!! 1-1 end of 2nd...

Go PA Go!!!

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Prince Albert Raiders defeat Medicine Hat Tigers 2-1 in OT . It took 5 periods for an outcome as Brent Ottmann of the Prince Albert Raiders scored 7:18 into the 5th period giving the Raiders a 3-2 Series lead over the Tigers.

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Playoffs update

Rimouski waiting for the final series to wrap up. Either face the Sags or Moncton if Moncton can come back from a 3-2 series.


Petes take on Ottawa 67's as the 67's won their series today. Winner faces the winner of London-Kitchner series.


Tonight PA tires to win their series over the Hat, but it won't be easy. If they can advance tonight they would take on the Hitmen next series if they win one more game.


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PA wins and moves onto the next round. Chipchura has 6 pts in 7 games, 4th on his team in scoring. 2+4 +2 15 pims

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