Showing posts with label Recaps. Show all posts
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Saturday, November 4, 2017

11/2-4 Recap: Davidsson makes difference; Pu getting going

Marcus Davidsson broke through the zone with speed Friday and set his brother up for the game-winning goal as Djurgarden got past Farjestad 3-1. After going without a point in his first five games, Davidsson has collected five (1+4) in his last eight.

Rasmus Asplund was unable to point in the loss for Farjestad. Noted for being a complete player, he came away on the wrong end of the battle as he could not take the puck away beneath his own goal line.

In the NCAA, Casey Mittelstadt showed off his hound-ability, stripping a defender and setting up a goal as Minnesota defeated Michigan State 3-1. Mittelstadt has points in seven of the eight games he has appeared in.

Cliff Pu forced overtime with 2:15 left in regulation as London fell to Saginaw 6-5. Pu now has three goals in his last five games.

In the AHL, Brendan Guhle scored his first goal of the season, Hudson Fasching scored for the second game in a row, and Eric Cornel scored a regulation marker and his second consecutive shootout winner as Rochester earned a wild 7-6 victory over Hershey.

Elsewhere, Will Borgen picked up an assist as St. Cloud State defeated Minnesota Duluth 5-3. Judd Peterson also picked up a helper on an empty-net goal.

Christopher Brown secured an empty-net goal plus one assist as Boston College upended Merrimack 3-1. Casey Fitzgerald produced three shots on goal for the winning side.

Philip Nyberg notched an assist and a sparkling plus-4 rating as UConn defeated Vermont 5-1.

Linus Weissbach returned to action after missing last weekend's games with an injury, producing two shots on goal as Wisconsin dropped a 3-2 decision to North Dakota.

Jacob Bryson tied for the team lead with five shots on goal as Providence fell to Boston University 2-0.

Brett Murray contributed one shot on goal in Penn State's 7-4 loss to Mercyhurst.

Max Willman had one shot on goal in Brown's 4-3 loss to Dartmouth.

In the QMJHL, Vasily Glotov did not play as Shawinigan edged Drummondville 4-3.

In the WHL, Vojtech Budik picked up an assist as Prince Albert got past high-octane Swift Current 5-1.

Brandon Hagel saw his career-best eight-game point streak snapped as Red Deer lost at Regina 4-3.

On Wednesday, Hagel tipped home his sixth goal of the year as the Rebels fell to Seattle 4-2.

In Finland, Oskari Laaksonen skated for a team-high 24:50 as Ilves U20 was doubled by the Blues 4-2.

Also from Wednesday, Hudson Fasching scored 17 seconds into play and Eric Cornel notched the shootout winner as Rochester defeated Utica 4-3.

On Thursday, Victor Olofsson recorded three shots on goal in 17:50 of action as Frolunda was defeated by Skelleftea 2-1.

Budik logged a minus-1 rating in Prince Albert's 5-2 loss at Moose Jaw.

Austin Osmanski recorded one shot on goal as Peterborough lost to Sarnia 7-5.

Sunday, October 29, 2017

10/28 Recap: Olofsson heating up; Pu rebounding

Victor Olofsson scored his sixth goal of the year Saturday, the game-winner, as Frolunda blanked Linkoping 4-0. Olofsson is heating up with four goals in his last six games. He has nine points and 33 shots on goal through 14 SHL contests.

Rasmus Asplund notched a pair of assists as Farjestad edged Brynas 2-1. Asplund has points in two straight games, but has gone 11 in a row without a goal.

Marcus Davidsson skated for 11:00 as Djurgarden got past Skelleftea 2-1. Davidsson has four points (1+3) while averaging 10:40 of work through his first 12 games.

Cliff Pu scored for the second consecutive game as London defeated Hamilton 3-2 in a shootout. After a slow start, Pu now has six points in his last four games.

Christopher Brown deflected home his second goal of the year as Boston College was throttled by Denver 6-1. Casey Fitzgerald drew the second assist on the goal to give him sole possession of the team lead in points with five (2+3) through seven games.

Jacob Bryson drew a power-play assist as Providence shut out Boston University 3-0. Bryson leads the Friars with five assists through their first seven contests.

Casey Mittelstadt assisted on the game-winning goal as Minnesota earned the sweep of Clarkson with a 2-1 victory. Mittelstadt has seven points (2+5) through seven games. He has collected a point in six of the seven games he has appeared in.

Max Willman recorded an assist for the second-straight game as Brown was defeated by Yale 5-2.

Philip Nyberg returned from his lower-body injury as UConn lost at Miami 7-1. Nyberg missed the previous six games after suffering the injury on opening night at Maine.

Linus Weissbach missed his second game in a row due to injury as Wisconsin was doubled by St. Lawrence 6-3.

Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen allowed three goals on 32 shots as LeKi fell to KeuPa HT 4-2.

Oskari Laaksonen skated for 25:11 as Ilves U20 lost to TUTO Hockey 3-2.

Brandon Hagel sat out with an illness as Red Deer defeated Regina 4-3 in overtime.

Sunday, October 15, 2017

10/14 Recap: Davidsson points; Luukkonen back to winning

Here is your quick Saturday recap...

Marcus Davidsson recorded an assist for the second-straight game Saturday as Djurgarden smoked Mora 6-0. The third-line centerman now has points in back-to-back games for the second time in his SHL career.

Eslewhere in Sweden, Rasmus Asplund went without a point for the third game in a row as Farjestad doubled HV 71 4-2.

Victor Olofsson produced three shots on goal as Frolunda defeated Linkoping 3-2.

In Finland, Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen mades 33 saves as LeKi downed Roki 5-4. Luukkonen improves to 5-2 with a 3.12 GAA and .909 save%.

In the Finnish Junior "A" league, Oskari Laaksonen logged a minus-1 rating in 23:32 of action as Ilves U20 edged SaiPa 3-2.

In the QMJHL, Vasily Glotov connected for a pair of helpers as Shawinigan got past Victoriaville 4-2. Glotov now has points in consecutive games for the first time this season.

In the OHL, Austin Osmanski picked up an assist as Peterborough defeated Sudbury 6-3.

In the WHL, Brandon Hagel assisted on Red Deer's lone goal in the Rebels' 4-1 loss to Saskatoon.

Vojtech Budik logged a minus-1 rating with two shots on goal as Prince Albert lost to Brandon 5-3.

In the NCAA, Linus Weissbach failed to record a shot on goal as Wisconsin cruised to a 4-1 victory at Merrimack. Weissbach skated on the top line for the first four games of the season, but was bumped down to the second unit in the win.

Judd Peterson assisted on the game-winning goal and Will Borgen provided three shots on goal as St. Cloud State earned the sweep of Alaska Fairbanks with a 5-4 overtime triumph.

In the ECHL, Brycen Martin scored his first goal of the year as Cincinnati opened the season with a 3-2 overtime loss to Kalamazoo. Vaclav Karabacek and Devante Stephens each recorded two shots on goal, while rookie goaltender Jonas Johansson did not dress.

Friday, October 13, 2017

10/12 Recap: Davidsson breaks seal; Hagel surging

Marcus Davidsson picked up his first point of the SHL season, notching the primary assist on a goal scored by his brother Jonathan as Djurgarden fell to Farjestad 4-2.

With DIF trailing 2-1 in the middle frame, Davidsson took a long stretch pass at the FBK blue line and quickly connected with his brother streaking to the right post to tie the game.

In addition to the assist, Davidsson also won seven of his eight face-offs while skating for a season-high 12:52.

Farjestad centerman Rasmus Asplund fired one shot on goal for the winning side. Through eight games, Asplund has collected three goals, eight points and a plus-9 rating.

Elsewhere in Sweden, Victor Olofsson produced three shots on goal as Frolunda fell to HV 71 3-1.

In the WHL, Brandon Hagel racked up three helpers as Red Deer got past Kootenay 5-4. Hagel now has 11 points (3+8) in eight games to become the first Sabres prospect this season to hit the double-digit point barrier.

Cliff Pu extended his season-starting goalless streak to seven games as London was defeated by Windsor 3-1. Pu has recorded just three assists in those seven games.

Austin Osmanski logged one shot on goal and a minus-1 rating as Peterborough edged Kingston 2-1.

On Wednesday, Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen started his fourth consecutive game. stopping 42 of 47 shots as LeKi dropped a 5-1 decision to Kiekko-Vantaa. The loss, Luukkonen's first of the season, drops him to 4-1 with a 2.36 GAA and .931 save%.

Sunday, September 24, 2017

9/24 Recap: Hagel stays hot

Brandon Hagel continued his productive opening weekend Sunday, cashing a pair of goals as part of a seven-shot on goal effort as Red Deer came from behind to earn a 5-3 win at Edmonton.

With the Rebels trailing 3-1, Hagel got the comeback juices flowing by potting his second goal of the year with 1:48 remaining in the middle frame.

The top-line winger added an insurance marker into an empty net with 1:07 left on the clock for his fifth point of the weekend.

Going back the end of the 2016-17 regular season and the playoffs, Hagel has scored 19 goals in his last 15 WHL contests.

In the OHL, Cliff Pu recorded two shots on goal as London ran out of gas in a 5-1 loss to Sault Ste. Marie. Pu, who won 17 of 24 draws in defeat, was playing his third game in three days following the Sabres' Friday preseason tilt in Toronto and his Knights debut on Saturday.

Elsewhere, Vasily Glotov produced five shots on goal but was unable to notch a point as Shawinigan was dealt a 4-3 overtime loss to Victoriaville.

In Finland Jr. A action, Oskari Laaksonen logged a plus-1 rating in 22:23 of work as Ilves skated to a 3-2 triumph over HIFK.

9/23 Recap: Olofsson powers PP; Hagel comes out hot

Victor Olofsson continued to exercise his power-play prowess Saturday, notching a goal and an assist in the opening frame as Frölunda dropped a 7-4 decision to Färjestad BK.

Olofsson got it going in the game's eighth minute with a short feed for a primary helper to make it a 1-0 game.

The assist was great, but Olofsson's wrist shot is his money maker. He put that on display with 4:48 left in the period for his first goal of the SHL season.

Rasmus Asplund picked up an assist on the second of two Farjestad empty-netters, giving him points in all three games thus far. His four points are currently tied for fourth among SHL skaters.

Asplund, who logged a season-high 20:17 of work for his fifth-career 20-plus minute effort, drew the attention of frustrated FBK defenders later in the third period. After taking a cross-check to the back and hitting the ice, Asplund got into a little skirmish at the end of the shift at the FBK to walk away with a roughing minor.

After netting three goals and four points in three games with Djurgårdens IF's junior squad, Marcus Davidsson was recalled to the big club in a 2-1 loss to Luleå HF. Davidsson skated for 9:19 while occupying the fourth-line center role.

In Finland, Oskari Laaksonen notched one assist and produced 11 shot attempts in 26:44 of action as Ilves U20 dropped a 2-1 decision to Jokerit.

In the WHL, Brandon Hagel cashed a one-timer for his first goal of the year and added two helpers as Red Deer opened the season with a 7-3 victory over Edmonton.

After producing two primary assists in the opening frame, Hagel (#22) hit for the game-winning goal with 6:23 remaining in the middle frame to complete the three point night.

Vojtech Budik logged a minus-1 rating as Prince Albert lost to Moose Jaw 7-3.

In the OHL, Cliff Pu picked up a pair of helpers including one of the overtime winner to propel London to a 3-2 victory over Saginaw.

Also from the OHL, defenseman Austin Osmanski (-1) contributed two shots on goal in Mississauga's 5-2 loss at Kingston.