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St. John's Maple Leafs Game 16: Preview and Review: Nov. 14th, 2003.

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11-14-2003, 03:21 AM
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St. John's Maple Leafs Game 16: Preview and Review: Nov. 14th, 2003.

It is Friday, November 14th, 2003.

The St. John's Maple Leafs begin a 6-game home stand tonight at Mile One Stadium with a game against the Chicago Wolves. The Leafs will look to improve their home record with a win or a tie tonight, but they will have to do it without Harold Druken (6G, 2A) who was called up to the parent club yesterday. Game Time is 6:05 pm Eastern (7:35 pm Newfoundland Time).

The Wolves come into the game having played 13 games this season, 7 wins, 2 losses, 2 ties and 2 OTL's. The Wolves are 4-2-0-1 at the Allstate Arena and 3-0-2-1 on the road. The Wolves are T-1st in the West Division with San Antonio (18 pts each). The Wolves have scored 41 goals this season and given up 35 (+6).

Wolves Leading Scorers:
Eric Healey 6-6-12
Steve Maltais 6-5-11
Zdenek Blatny 2-9-11

Wolves Goaltending Statistics:
Frederic Cassivi 4-2-2 with a 2.68 GAA and a .920 SPCT.
Kari Lehtonen 3-2-0 with a 2.55 GAA and a .926 SPCT.

Wolves PIM Leader:
Shawn Heins 32 PIM in 13 games.

The St. John's Maple Leafs enter tonight's contest having played 15 games this season, 7 wins, 6 losses, 1 tie and 1 OTL. The Leafs are 2-3-0-1 at Mile One Stadium and 5-3-0-1 on the road. The Leafs are in a three-way tie in the North Division with Hamilton and Syracuse with 16 points each. The Leafs have scored 42 goals this season and given up 52 (-10).

Leafs Leading Scorers:
Kyle Wellwood 2-10-12
Brad Leeb 5-6-11
XHarold Druken 6-2-8 (Called up to Toronto yesterday)
Jeff Daw 2-6-8

Leafs Goaltending Statistics:
Sebastien Centomo 5-3-1 with a 2.55 GAA and a .921 SPCT.
Jamie Hodson 2-4-0 with a 4.64 GAA and a .862 SPCT.

Leafs PIM Leader:
Mike Brown 52 PIM in 15 games.

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Leafs Win

Chicago Wolves 3
St. John's Maple Leafs 7

Leafs Hammer Wolves, Daw Scores Trick, Newbury 3 Assists, Cereda 2 Assists, Colaiacovo 1G, 1A, Hodson 40-Saves.

The St. John's Maple Leafs played an entertaining game Friday night at Mile One Stadium defeating the Chicago Wolves 7-3 to improve to 8-6-1-1 on the season and 3-3-1-0 at home.

The Wolves opened the scoring at the 1:40 mark with a goal off the stick of Shawn Heins, his 3rd of the season, with the assists to Zdenek Blatny and Derek MacKenzie. It did not take long for the Maple Leafs to even the score. Jeff Daw scored his 3rd of the season, with the assist to Luca Cereda at the 3:59 mark. The goal came on a 2-on-1, Cereda made a nice pass to Daw and all Daw had to do was direct it into the net. The Leafs would take a 2-1 lead with a goal off the stick of Jeff Daw, his 2nd of the game and 4th of the season, with the assists to Marc Moro and Luca Cereda (his 2nd assist of the game) at the 13:54 mark. The Wolves would even the game at 2 with a goal off the stick of Eric Healey, his 7th of the season, with the assists to Derek MacKenzie and Brad Tapper at the 15:26 mark. An entertaining opening period of play. The Leafs outshot the Wolves 14-11 in the first period.

The Leafs took a 3-2 lead with a goal off the stick of Carlo Colaiacovo, his 2nd of the season, with the assists to Aaron Gavey and Jeff Daw (his 3rd point of the game) at the 4:39 mark. The Wolves would square the game again when Eric Healey scored his 2nd of the game and his 8th of the season, with the assists to Steve Maltais and Greg Hawgood at the 12:21 mark on the PP. Rookie rearguard Max Kondratiev would score his 1st of the season to give the Leafs a 4-3 lead, the lone assist to Kris Newbury at the 13:26 mark. Kondtratiev beat the Wolves netminder with a slapshot from the point. The Leafs were not finished with the scoreing and took a 5-3 lead late in the 2nd period with a goal off the stick of Ben Ondrus, his 2nd of the season, with the assists to Kris Newbury (his 2nd of the game) and Robb Palahnuk at the 17:13 mark. The goal was a result of some hard work from Newbury and Ondrus picked up the garbage and hammered it home. The Wolves outshot the Leafs in the middle stanza 16-13, 27-27 through 40-minutes.

The Leafs would open a 6-3 lead at the 10:13 mark of the third period with a goal off the stick of Aaron Gavey, his 3rd of the season, with the assists to Kris Newbury (his 3rd of the game) and Carlo Colaiacovo (his 2nd of the game). Gavey caught the Wolves netminder cheating and beat him on the short side, bank shot. The Wolves pulled their goaltender with over 3:30 minutes left to play, but to no avail. Jeff Daw completed the trick with his 3rd of the game and his 5th of the season, unassisted into an empty net at the 18:19 mark. Shots in the third period were 16-10 in favor of the Wolves, 43-37 in favor of the Wolves in the game.

I never got the 3 Stars or the GCHWP.

Notes:
The Leafs improve to 8-6-1-1 on the season.
The Leafs improve to 3-3-1-0 at Mile One Stadium.
Jamie Hodson picks up his 3rd win of the season, 40-save performance.
The Wolves drop to 7-3-2-2 on the season.
The Wolves went 1-for-4 on the PP.
The Leafs went 0-for-2 on the PP.

Next Game: Saturday, November 15th, 2003 against the Chicago Wolves at Mile One Stadium.

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Is Centomo hurt? I noticed he hasn't been playing lately.

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Is Centomo hurt? I noticed he hasn't been playing lately.
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Sebastien Centomo pulled his groin a few games ago and Hodson has taken over the goaltending duties until Centomo is ready to return. The Leafs had to use former University of Toronto goaltender David Lemanowicz as the back for a couple of games on the road. Centomo was the backup last night to Hodson, so he must be close to returning.

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3 Stars:

Last Night's 3 Stars:

1 Jeff Daw: 3G, 1A
2 Jamie Hodson: 40 Saves
3 Kris Newbury: 3 Assists

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J.P,
Sebastien Centomo pulled his groin a few games ago and Hodson has taken over the goaltending duties until Centomo is ready to return. The Leafs had to use former University of Toronto goaltender David Lemanowicz as the back for a couple of games on the road. Centomo was the backup last night to Hodson, so he must be close to returning.

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Thanks for the info!

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Thanks for the info!
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No problem, anytime.

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