2/8 Recap: Crawford connects; Lagacé leads

In Sunday OHL action, defenseman Nick Crawford scored the only Spirit goal as Saginaw lost a 2-1 shootout to Mississauga. The power play goal was Crawford's fifth of the year for the 30-18-0-4 Spirit. In the QMJHL, Jacob Lagacé (+1) scored his 25th goal of the season in Chicoutimi's 4-1 win over Acadie-Bathurst. The 5'11 wing guided the the victorious Sags with seven shots on goal and five blocks. In one of his more subpar performances of the season, Jordon Southorn was -3 as PEI lost at home to Rimouski, 3-1. The lackluster outing was rounded out with one shot on goal and one hit. In Quebec, J.S. Allard (-1) recorded two shots on goal as the Remparts edged Victoriaville 3-2 in front of over 13,500 fans at Le Colisee. Luke Adam was also limited to just two shots on goal as Montreal defeated Baie-Comeau, 4-2. T.J. Brennan did not dress after receiving a game misconduct for an elbow in Saturday's loss at Gatineau. The Olympiques player, Craig England, briefly lost consciousness after the blow. He released from the hospital on Sunday with a grade 3 concussion. In the WHL, Tyler Myers was even as Kelowna squeaked out a 2-1 win at Spokane. The rearguard took an interference penalty with 3:45 to play, but the Rockets held firm on the penalty kill to win their third game in three nights.
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Monday, February 09, 2009 ×

Bakes, do you think Kostka is moving up the chart and might get a callup next year? Assuming Weber & Butler are on the team next year, after Paestch, would you think Gragnani then Kostka are next in line (if no trades are made or free agents signed), or does Schiestel or Brennan pull a Weber and see some action early?

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Monday, February 09, 2009 ×

I like Kostka's t/-. I don't think he's that different from Butler really.

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