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10-31-2003, 03:31 PM
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Hamilton vs Rochester

now 2-0 rochester ...
2 goals on 5 shots !!!
wow !! fichaud sucks real bad !!!

we generate more offense but we are still loosing.. and ... well komisarek with holding penalty(cost us a goal)
and damn god i hate Derek Roy(1g 1a 2pts)
mid-1st period

edit(1):
now 2-1 Rochester
plekanec goal assisted by balej and beauchemin

komisarek another penalty...
almost end of the 1st period!

edit(2):
well komi seems upset he now have a unsportsmanlike conduct 2min + 10min misconduct + 2min hooking + 2 min roughing(all in 1st period)

3-1 Rochester
end of the 1st period.

edit(3):
3-2 rochester
goal scored by Chris Higgins assited by Traverse() and gratton

end of the 2nd period

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Have you been listening to the game? If so, how is Kilger playing?

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10-31-2003, 05:22 PM
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ITS THE PEREZHOGIN SHOW BABY!!

he just gave the Dogs the lead on an unreal goal..he has been great all game


4-3 dogs late in the 3rd


Komo tied it seconds earlier


Dogs win ! The future won it for us :p

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ITS THE PEREZHOGIN SHOW BABY!!

he just gave the Dogs the lead on an unreal goal..he has been great all game


4-3 dogs late in the 3rd


Komo tied it seconds earlier


Dogs win ! The future won it for us :p
Great news. The future won it all right....Pleks, Higgins, Komi and Perez scoring. Sounds like Komi redeemed himself for all the 1st period penalties.

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BULLDOGS 4 ROCHESTER 3

ROCHESTER, NY - The Hamilton Bulldogs came from behind to defeat the Rochester Americans 4-3 at the Blue Cross Arena on Friday night. The Bulldogs have finished the month of October with a record of four wins, four losses and one overtime loss.

Scoring for the Bulldogs on Friday night were Tomas Plekanec, Chris Higgins, Mike Komisarek and Alexander Perezhogin. The goals scored by Higgins and Perezhogin were the first of their respective professional hockey careers.

Plekanec extended his points streak to eight games with his first period goal. During the streak Plekanec has recorded 4 goals and 5 assists.

Amerks had goals from Derek Roy, Jason Pominville and David Cullen.

In goal Eric Fichaud picked up his second win of the season for the Bulldogs. Tom Askey took the loss for the Amerks.

The Hamilton Bulldogs next action will take place on Saturday, November 1st (7:00 p.m.) and Sunday, November 2nd (4:00 p.m.) as they host the Cleveland Barons (affiliate of San Jose Sharks) in a two-game weekend series at Copps Coliseum in Hamilton. Tickets for these games are available for purchase at the Copps Coliseum Box Office, at all Ticketmaster outlets or by calling Ticketmaster at (905) 527-7666.

Scoring Summary:

1st Period:

1.ROC - Derek Roy-4 (Brian Chapman, Norm Milley) - 7:00

2.ROC - Jason Pominville-6 (Derek Roy, Paul Gaustad) - 9:19 (pp)

3.HAM - Tomas Plekanec-4 (Jozef Balej, Francois Beauchemin) - 14:51 (pp)

4.ROC - David Cullen-1 (Domenic Pittis, Jason Pominville) - 19:35 (pp)

2nd Period:

5.HAM - Chris Higgins-1 (Patrick Traverse, Benoit Gratton) - 3:31

3rd Period:

6.HAM - Mike Komisarek-1 (Pierre Dagenais, Tomas Plekanec) - 14:39

7.HAM - Alexander Perezhogin-1 (Chris Higgins) - 16:06

Shots:

Hamilton: 11-8-8--27

Rochester: 8-6-18--32

Goaltending:

Hamilton: Eric Fichaud (32 shots, 29 saves)

Rochester: Tom Askey (27 shots, 23 saves)

Power play:

Hamilton: 1 for 6

Rochester: 2 for 7

Three Stars:

1. HAM - Tomas Plekanec

2. ROC - Derek Roy

3. HAM - Alexander Perezhogin

Attendance: 5,643

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oh my GOD! What could've made my night better than a party AND Perezhogin scoring. yaaaaaaaa!

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Stronger for the NHL in 2-3 years away?

Just kidding!
No need to quote the whole thing. It's annoying really ...

You can quote the poster, erase all the stuff within the quote and then put this : ...

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11-01-2003, 03:10 AM
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Plekanec with his 10 points is only a point behind league leader Fedor Federov. No doubt, this kid has the skill and should see some time in the nhl this year or the next for sure.

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now 2-0 rochester ...
2 goals on 5 shots !!!
wow !! fichaud sucks real bad !!!
He came back with a solid performance in the 3rd with 18 saves ! Komi & Pere scored with 5mins left and the dogs run with the Win .

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Plekanec with his 10 points is only a point behind league leader Fedor Federov. No doubt, this kid has the skill and should see some time in the nhl this year or the next for sure.
Fedor Fedorov can't crack the Canucks line-up though...

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Fedor Fedorov can't crack the Canucks line-up though...

I know, but it's not because of a lack of skill in his case. He just doesn't have any heart or desire. Otherwise, he'd be in the nhl and he'd be playing some good minutes with the canucks. Sadly, he hasn't really produced in any league before this year. On the hand, Plekanec was one of the leading rookies last year and is showing steady improvement. He doesn't seem like a guy that lacks heart, and he stuck with the big club till the very end of camp. Pleks has great puck skills and is bound to get a sniff in the nhl sooner or later. Just wait a while, he's going to make the big show and produce some points.

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Anybody saw the goal made by Perezhogin? Can you describe it?

Thanks

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Jason Pominville is up to 6 goals already? Wow. This kid grew up where I used to live, Repentigny. He played hockey in the shadow of another young prodigy from the area, Yannick Lehoux. Never thought he would amount to a better scorer in the AHL, than Lehoux.

By the way, t'was a great time to live in Repentigny during those years. You had Lehoux and Pominville in hockey at the minor league level, you had Danny Prata and...Éric Gagné (!!!) with the Royal Junior baseball team, and Marilou Cousineau was one of Canada's top 3 gymnasts. Man, minor sports were great there...

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Fedor Fedorov can't crack the Canucks line-up though...
Because Burke says he doesn't know how to play defensively, that hurts. Nucks should trade him and get something for him, I think Burke doesn't like the kid either though...two strikes against him.

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It's good to hear that this team is able to come back late in a game.
I hope Komi was just haveing a bad night, taking those bad penalties, and he doesn't make a habit of it.

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Anybody saw the goal made by Perezhogin? Can you describe it?

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Yes I saw the goal, I was at the game. Perez got the puck behind the net, skated all the way around to the front of the net with the puck on his backhand. Then he let go a sweet backhander that froze the goalie. Great goal.

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