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10-09-2010, 11:01 PM
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Hershey lost in a shootout to Baby Pens.
Yeah, Holtby got schooled a little in that SO. Pens vs. Bears is going to be some epic games this year.

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10-10-2010, 04:27 PM
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I heard he had a really nice goal the other day. Anyone see any highlights?

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10-10-2010, 04:51 PM
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I heard he had a really nice goal the other day. Anyone see any highlights?
The game was only yesterday so video may surface eventually on AHLLive's highlights or elsewhere, all I have seen is a description.

Hershey Bears Games 2010-11 Season:

Hershey Bears Game Live Video: AHLlive, $

Hershey Bears Live Radio: Bears radio being streamed online this season at whp580 ; here's the listen live link

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on your smartphone by using the application "iHeart Radio"

Here's the info. from the Bears press release: "Sunday's game can be heard via the BEARS Radio Network (100.1 FM, 1460 AM, 97.3.2 HD) beginning with the pregame show at 4:35 p.m. The game can also be heard on HERSHEY'S brand new internet streaming partner, WHP-580. All games this season can be heard worldwide at WHP580.com, and also on your smartphone by using the application "iHeart Radio" John Walton has the call of the action from downtown Rochester."

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10-10-2010, 04:53 PM
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Hershey with the back to backs - Finley in for Kroll; Rome out, Grant McNeill playing

Link to Hershey vs Rochester AHL Game Summary

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2nd intermission, Walton ran an interview by the Houston PBP guy with Theodore from his time in Houston while waiting for Minnesota to return from Finland...didn't say much, other than he was waiting to see what would happen and then signing with Minny and about the goal still being wanting to win the Cup. Still, a nice bonus to hear during the Hershey game.

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10-10-2010, 06:59 PM
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Hershey wins 4-3 over Rochester, Aucoin with 2g (incl.1 shg)/1a and Gordon with 1a/1g, Holtby with 19 saves...next game Friday night at Binghamton

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10-10-2010, 07:54 PM
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Question about tonights lineup, well two players, Grant McNeill and Joe Finley.

In the boxscore, it has McNeill listed as a defenseman and Finley listed as a left wing. Is that right, or should it be the other way around?

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10-10-2010, 08:15 PM
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Question about tonights lineup, well two players, Grant McNeill and Joe Finley.

In the boxscore, it has McNeill listed as a defenseman and Finley listed as a left wing. Is that right, or should it be the other way around?
From the portion of the game that I listened to today, my note above is consistent with what I heard Walton calling in the PBP, Finley at D in for Kroll, and McNeill in at wing replacing Rome.

Grant McNeill has been listed as a dman in past years in the AHL system, it just doesn't get updated/modified. Finley played forward last year in the preseason so perhaps that is why they have him listed at wing, don't know for sure.

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10-10-2010, 09:48 PM
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They had it listed backwards. I think the whole Finley at the wing is dead at this point thankfully! AHL or maybe it is Hershey seems to have an issue about updating that kind of things. Pinner is still listed as a center in a lot of things and I don't know if he ever played center. Maybe R.I.T.?

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10-11-2010, 12:08 PM
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How has Kugryshev looked so far?

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How has Kugryshev looked so far?
He's playing on the fourth line.


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10-12-2010, 07:59 PM
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According to Leone via twitter, Cullity was signed by Hershey. Now, sent to SC. SC is playing its one and only preseason game tonight on the road at Greenville.

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10-15-2010, 05:59 PM
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Hershey at Binghamton Game Summary

- Fahey not playing as he is traveling to Nashville or traveled with the Caps to Nashville; other scratches: Rome, Bruess, Kroll, GMcNeill, PMcNeill

- Rechlicz making his reg. season debut for Hershey

- Souray (#7) making his Hershey debut, supposed to be paired with Joe Finley

- Holtby in net; Lehner for Binghamton

D pairings
Nycholat Miskovic
Wellar Collins
Finley Souray

That was quick, early on the PP Willsie scores


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Souray with a secondary assist on the Beagle goal.

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Willsie with a 2 point game; assist on Perreault's goal

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10-15-2010, 07:00 PM
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15 of the 28 Hershey Bears who played in the playoffs last year should be at the ring/banner ceremony pregame tomorrow night; 17 players who played for the Bears last season

Aucoin, Beagle, Bouchard, Collins, AGordon, Holtby, Joudrey, Kane, Kroll, PMcNeill, Miskovic, Perreault, Pinizzotto, Rome, Wellar

plus GMcNeill was with the team all last season and Bruess played in some regular season games

3 are with the Caps in Nashville: Alzner, Carlson, Neuvirth

the others who played in the playoffs last year: Bourque, Wilson, Eakin, Helmer, Giroux, Amadio, Ferguson, Lewis, Yeo, SDR


Others on the current roster: Souray, Nycholat, Greentree, Willsie, Kugryshev, Rechlicz, Sabourin, Ford; Fahey (on recall)


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10-15-2010, 07:19 PM
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4-1 Bears on Greentree's goal - Nice pressure/forecheck from Perreault, nice hustle and pass from Gordon, nice patience by Greentree.

2 point games by Perreault, Gordon, Willsie halfway through the second

Gordon goal, make that 5-1 and 3 points for Gordon; add Aucoin to the multi-point game list

6-1 Bouchard goal

After 2 periods, multi-point games by Aucoin, Perreault, Gordon, Willsie, Bouchard

With a period to go in game 3, by my count, 14 different Bears have points this season...only 3 skaters who have played in all 3 games are without a point: Joudrey, Kugryshev, Collins

Scoring continues, Bouchard tipped a Willsie shot according to the call, hard to see the tip on ahllive ...7-1 Bears

fights by Rechlicz, Collins and Wellar...1 a period. Rechlicz again, going to be some PIMs in this one...yeah Perreault wasn't going to be able to hold Lessard back in that scrum.

Willsie wearing #18, Wilson wore 18 last few seasons...simple and yet confusing

Bears win 7-1
1. HER Willsie, (1) (Gordon, Aucoin), 2:10 (PP)
1. HER Beagle, (1) (Kane, Souray), 10:39
1. BNG Locke, (1) (Keller, Butler), 11:52 (PP)
1. HER Perreault, (1) (Willsie, Bouchard), 17:03
2. HER Greentree, (2) (Gordon, Perreault), 8:50
2. HER Gordon, (2) (Aucoin), 11:47
2. HER Bouchard, (1) (Willsie, Miskovic), 18:26
3. HER Bouchard, (2) (Willsie, Perreault), 2:17


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Noticed Finley's +5 through two games. How's he look?

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Noticed Finley's +5 through two games. How's he look?
He was paired with Souray tonight. Viewing vs listening, I only saw portions of the game tonight and tonight wasn't an easy game to judge how the dmen were doing.

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Noticed Finley's +5 through two games. How's he look?
Solid. Nothing fancy just steady play.

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He was the only guy that probably could have stopped Binghamton's one goal (puck bounced right past him it looked like) but I wouldn't really put it on him either.

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Finley looked okay, but they more or less all did last night. Aside from Lessard's antics, the Sens really didn't show much. Lessard was trying to get at Finley more or less all night (that's who Perreault was holding him back from), but he kept finding Rechlicz instead. Joel looked a lot better in the second fight.

Finley's not using the body as much, but I think that'll come in time. The 5-on-3 was almost entirely killed by Holtby - he made 3 or 4 terrific stops during that stretch. His movement on side to sides was solid.

Souray looked like he was getting his legs and just trying to fit in, but you could see he had another level to his game. He may not be here all season, but I'm going to enjoy every minute of it.

Coming home for the opener with 5 points is nice. Looking forward to my second look at Markstrom (the Amerks goalie) - he impressed me big-time up in Rochester.

Speaking of goalies, Lehner (Sens goalie last night) was recalled to Ottawa. I'm guiessing he wishes it'd happened one night earlier.

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Hershey lost 3-2 to Rochester...sweet ceremony before the game, hopefully some of the video makes it to the internet...

- Nylander won the battle of the NHL players playing in the AHL. We were joking at the game that part of the loan agreement should have been that Nylander wasn't allowed to play against Hershey.
- Sabourin in goal; played well
- Uneven effort for the Bears and it showed on the scoreboard
- Souray paired with Collins; Nycholat with Miskovic; Wellar and Kroll
- Kugryshev scratched for the first time this season
- the jersey auctions in Hershey are always interesting to watch; no exception tonight with the throwback jerseys and Miskovic's going for more than quite a number of players. (I don't have specific numbers)

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