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2020-2021 PLAYER & GOALIE OF THE WEEK #19

EASTERN SKATER TEAM GP GOALS ASISSTS POINTS PM  +/-  SOG S%
Kyle Connor TBN 4 6 2 8 4 6 19 32%
                   
EASTERN GOALIE TEAM GP GOALS AGAINST G.A. AVERAGE SAVES SAVE %
Carter Hart NJB 2 4 2 59 .937
                   
WESTERN SKATER TEAM GP GOALS ASSISTS POINTS PM  +/-  SOG S%
Sydney Crosby ALA 4 6 3 9 0 7 23 26%
William Nylander LGD 4 6 3 9 0 3 25 24%
WESTERN GOALIE TEAM GP GOALS AGAINST G.A. AVERAGE SAVES SAVE %
Linus Ulmark CAL 2 3 1.49 55 .948
                   

Chicago Cosa Nostra
WEEKLY PREVIEW: Two home Games for the Cosa Nostra at the Capone Center.
 
California Regulators
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Chicago Cosa Nostra
It’s Alphonse Capone night & the men are all dressed in Top Hats, Coattails & the women in very formal gowns & what’s even more special is the Drinks are on the House.
This one goes the distance & Anze Kopitar scores in the overtime to win it & send the home crowd home very inebriated.Final Score: Chicago 4 – California 3

Labatts 3-Star Selection:
Star 1: CHI – Pierre-Luc Dubois 1G
Star 2: CHI – Zach Werenski 1G
Star 3: CHI – Anze Kopitar 1G

Game Winner: – Anze Kopitar

Notable:
California – Jay Bouwmeester 5 Blocked Shots, Deryk Engelland 5 Blocked Shots, & Antti Raanta 44 Saves
Chicago – Jonathan Toews 19 Face-Off wins

 
Gilbert Sharks
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Chicago Cosa Nostra
What goes around comes around, & in this one Chicago comes out on the other stick. A loss in Overtime & some very valuable points in the playoff standings.

Final Score: Gilbert 2 – Chicago 1

Labatts 3-Star Selection:
Star 1: GIL – Charlie Coyle 1G
Star 2: GIL – Nathan MacKinnon 1G
Star 3: CHI – Chris Kreider 1G

Game Winner: – Charlie Coyle

Notable:
Gilbert – None
Chicago – None

   
WEEKLY SUMMARY: Losing the 2 Points to Gilbert could hurt the Cosa Nostra in their quest for the playoffs in the Mid-West Hockey League, but they still have two games on the road & hopefully can make up the points there.
Bathgate Rangers
WEEKLY PREVIEW: 2 at home against the 2 of the Cs – Charlotte and Cincinnati
 
Charlotte Buzzards
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Bathgate Rangers
Charlotte is a tough team – in a tough division but this game they were out matched as the Rangers went on the rampage. Rangers take 45 shots (20 in the 2nd period – the only period they don’t score) and they win 64% of the faceoffs. When the ice shavings settled, the Rangers were 5-1 winners.

Buchnevich and Hertl accounted for the 2 1st period goals. No one tallied in the 2nd and then Lee scores a PP goal for the Buzzards 2 minutes into the 3rd and suddenly its a 1 goal game. But then the Buzzards got too aggressive and Lee, then Ekman-Larson and then Burns are each whistled for minor infractions. But while each of them were off, the Rangers got PP goals from Vrana, Schwartz, and Pionk to round out the 5-1 scoring. Rangers were 3 of 5 on PP.
STARS (all BGR):
1. Hertl 1 goal, 1 assist
2. Reimer 30 saves
3. Vrana 1 goal

 
Cincinnati Inferno
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Bathgate Rangers
Hosting the Atlantic leaders (and possible playoff preview) – the game took on a Stanley Cup type of atmosphere. Well-sort of, at least by the goalies, Hellebuyck and Halak, who combined faced 78 shots on goal. Cincy tops the 40 mark in shots by 3-including 20 in the 3rd period. However, the goalies combine for 75 SAVES! And that includes 20 by Halak in the 3rd period.

We’re scoreless for the 1st 11 minutes, but then Schmidt is nailed for cross-checking at 11:46 and the Rangers take the opportunity to break the scoreless tie when Hertl scores (from Vrana and Taveras) to make it 1-0 Bathgate. But then it gets back to lots of rushes and stops but with 2 to go in the 1st Cincinnati gains control of the puck, takes it up ice, Pacioretty takes into the offensive zone, works it around, he moves in, nods, and sees Kucherov slipping in, flips it over to him, Kuch snaps it and it goes by a sprawling Halak for the tying goal. Cincinnati still on the attack – now inside a minute to go in the 1st – Pacioretty again working it in, sees Kucherov again, shoots – but this time Chariot makes a gutsy block and Vrana gains control and clears it. Sanheim and Chariot work it up ice – 17 seconds. Deflected but ZBad gains the puck, into the zone – he spots Tatar breaking in, feeds it to him, shoots -GOAL! With 2 seconds left in the 1st, the Rangers grab a 2-1 lead.

And then it was Stanly Cup time – no one allowed a puck to go into a net the rest of the game. 31 more Inferno shots, 22 more Rangers shots – NADA! The game featured 20 blocks by Cincy and 19 by the Rangers and the Rangers were not whistled for a single penalty – very clean game.
STARS: (all BGR)
1. Halak 42 saves
2. Tatar 1 goal
3. Hertl 1 goal

   
WEEKLY SUMMARY: 2 home games a Madison Round Garden and the Rangers come out on top twice and with a big when over the Inferno, stake a claim along the Jagr as a team to reckon with in the Metropolitan Division.
Thunder Bay Nor’Westers
WEEKLY PREVIEW: 2 games this week
 
Thunder Bay NorWesters
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New Jersey Black Aces
3-2 loss
 
Charlotte Buzzards
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New Jersey Black Aces
3-2 loss
   
WEEKLY SUMMARY: Lose 2 close games by the same 3-2 score
Gilbert Sharks
WEEKLY PREVIEW: Gilbert has 2 games versus Yellowknife and Bucks County, crunchtime for the playoff run so the Sharks need to show up strong.
 
Yellowknife Braves
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Gilbert Sharks
Zucker opens the scoring midway through the 1st period to put Gilbert up 1-0 but Yellowknife quickly ties it up on a goal from Gurianov just 37 seconds later. Midway through the 2nd Gilbert once again takes the lead on a goal from Danault but again Yellowknife answers with a goal from Bjorkstrand. Midway through the 3rd Gilbert again goes up after a goal from Tkachuk but again 37 seconds later Yellowknife ties the score with Aho. Not to be denied, with under 5 minutes remaining Kubalik puts one in and this time the lead would stick for a 4-3 Gilbert win
 
Bucks County Raccoons
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Gilbert Sharks
Bucks County has a great team and they show it early jumping out to a 2-0 lead behind goals from Mcdavid and Kane. Gilbert would make a comeback early in the 2nd though with Mackinnon and Danault tying the score. Quickly after Oshie would score his 40th of the year to put BC back in command. The 2nd half of the game would belong to the Sharks however with Kubalik scoring twice to put Gilbert in front to begin the 3rd period and Panarin and Namestnikov locking the game up with goals in the 3rd. 6-3 Gilbert win.
   
WEEKLY SUMMARY: 2 huge victories at home and a road victory already in the bag at Chicago. Gilbert seems to be peaking just at the right time looking to make the playoffs.
LA Great Danes
WEEKLY PREVIEW: The Danes take on the top of the Central with home games versus Bucks County and Chicago
 
Bucks County Raccoons
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LA Great Danes
Lots of new faces in the LA lineup with Pietrangelo gone and Schenn-Scheifele-Ehlers-Boeser-Barkov-Voracek-Brodin all sitting out this one.

But the kids are alright in this one, and Semyon Varlamov provides the calming influence in net, leading the way with a 28-save shutout.

Against the league’s best PK unit, LA goes 3 for 5 on the power play with PPG goals from Hischier, Henrique, and Hintz, and Filip Chytl scores the only even strength goal of the game.

The Danes come away with a 4-0 shutout of the division leaders.

 
Chicago Cosa Nostra
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LA Great Danes
Chicago invades LA, led by Dane-killer David Pastrnak, who seems to dominate against us. And 26 seconds in, Pasta gives Chicago the early lead. But the Danes chase MacKenzie Blackwood with 4 goals on their first 4 scoring chances and 9 shots of the game. It’s 4-2 LA after one.

Things only get more wide open in the second period – 37 SOG and 23 scoring chances in the period, with 5 more goals scored. First, LA scores twice early to build a 6-2 lead. Two straight Dubois deflection goals 27 seconds apart make it 6-4 followed by a Pastrnak PPG later in the period – goal #60 on the year for Pasta!! LA clings to a 6-5 lead heading to the 3rd.

William Nylander puts LA up 7-5 with a PPG 24 seconds into the period, but Chicago scores 3 straight to take their first lead since the opening seconds, 8-7. With the goalie pulled, Adam Henrique beats Saros with 16 seconds left. 8-8 heading to overtime!

With 34 seconds left in OT – it’s a goal by William Nylander! But wait – the goal is disallowed! Once the hats on the ice are cleaned up from the almost hat-trick by Nylander, we go to a shootout.

In round 3, Adam Henrique scores the game winner for LA to cap off perhaps the wildest game of the season for the Great Danes. The final is 9-8.

   
WEEKLY SUMMARY: Just when the Danes hit rock bottom in mid-February, they have gone on a roll, going 9-3-2 in their last 14 games. Too big of a hole to salvage the season, so the Danes expect to continue to play loose and have fun the rest of the way. We may even see a zamboni driver in net at some point…
Alamo Defenders
WEEKLY PREVIEW: Alamo is at home versus Chicago and Toledo
 
Chicago Cosa Nostra
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Alamo Defenders
Chicago is hot of late and heads to Alamo. In the first period, Crosby gets the Defenders going with his 15th goal of the season. Alamo gets the only goal in the 2nd period, as Chychrun scores his 6th goal. It’s 2-0 after 2 periods.

3rd period- Chicago goes crazy with 4 straight goals with Dadonov, DeBrincat, Copp, and Dadanov scores his 2nd. Crosby scores his 2nd goal of the game afterwards. Dubois puts it away, and the Cosa Nostra wins the game.

Chicago 5 Alamo 3

1st – Dadonov
2nd – Crosby
3rd – Dubois

 
Toledo Walleye
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Alamo Defenders
The Walleye and Defenders have a stalemate in the 1st period, as no one scores. In the second period, Mantha scores his 14th of the year on a power play goal. It’s 1-0 Toledo after 2 periods.

In the 3rd, Alamo ties it up on a power play goal as Draisaitl scores no. 52 and is assisted by Crosby and Wheeler.

Its 1-1 after 3 and we go to OT. At the 3:49 mark, Sidney Crosby scores no. 17 on an assist by Draisaitl and the Defenders win the game.

Alamo 2 Toledo 1 (OT)

1- Crosby
2-Draisaitl
3- Lehner

   
WEEKLY SUMMARY: Alamo loses to Chicago and nips Toledo in OT. Alamo has really been struggling to score of late.
Thunder Bay Nor’Westers
WEEKLY PREVIEW: Thunder Bay has 2 home games this week both against Metro division opponents Brentwood and Bathgate. We have two focus point in the next couple of weeks – first we need to extend our lead over Charlotte we cannot let them creep up in March. The 2nd focus is to start to move our play style from our regular season wide open offensive approach to a more patient and controlled play-off style.
 
Brentwood Bandits
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Thunder Bay NorWesters
Thunder Bay jumped to and 1st period 2-0 lead and never looked back. The final score was 5-2 Thunder Bay. Brentwood goals by Connolly (18) and Lehkonen (8). Nor’Wester goals by Connor (42), Necas (27 & 28), Smith (26 and the game winner) and Eichel (33)
 
Bathgate Rangers
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Thunder Bay NorWesters
Two evenly matched teams who played a hard fought tight game that ended regulation in a 4-4 tie, then nobody scoreed in the 5 minute overtime. In the shootout rookie goalie Ilya Samsonov stopped all three Ranger attempts before Riley Smith scored his 2nd game winner of the week to give the Nor’Westers the 5-4 Shoot-Out victory
   
WEEKLY SUMMARY: Four key March points at home and some stellar play by three Nor’Westers. Ilya Samsonov had a .959 sv% vs Brentwood then followed it with a .915 sv% against Bathgate. Right Wing Riley Smith scored both home stand game winning goals. Center Sean Couturier picked just 2 assists but controlled play by winning a whopping 44 face-offs
Yellowknife Braves
WEEKLY PREVIEW: LA and Alamo visit Yellowknife. The Braves are a longshot to make the playoffs
 
Yellowknife Braves
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LA Great Danes
2 late goals win it for the Danes 4-2
Stars #1 LGD Henrique 3G
#2 LGD Shesterkin 41 saves
#3 LGD Hintz 3a
 
Alamo Defenders
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Yellowknife Braves
The Braves hold on 7-6
Stars #1 ALA Draisaitl 2G 3pts
#2 YEL Monahan 2G
#3 ALA Stamkos 1G 3pts
   
WEEKLY SUMMARY: 2 out of 4 points. Not good for the playoffs
Cincinnati Inferno
WEEKLY PREVIEW: The Cincinnati Inferno, clinging to a two-point lead over Thunder Bay for the top spot in the Atlantic Division, hosts New Jersey and Jagr for a pair of intra-conference contests.
 
New Jersey Black Aces
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Cincinnati Inferno
CIN 5, NJB 4 – SO

Jasper Kotkaniemi’s goal with 52 seconds remaining lifted New Jersey to a 4-4 tie at the end of regulation and the Black Aces were the only team with any shots in overtime (three), but it was Jake Guentzel’s goal in the shootout (the only one in three rounds) that gave Cincinnati a 5-4 win.

Anthony Beauvillier and Kevin Shattenkirk each had a goal and an assist for New Jersey, while Teuvo Terravainen had three assists (two on the power play) to guide Cincinnati.

The Inferno were fortunate to cash in two-of-four power play chances, while the Black Aces were zero-for-three. The Inferno led the shots count at 29-23. Cam Talbot took the victory with 19 saves and an additional three in the shootout. James Reimer got pinned with the loss, despite making 25 stops.

 
Jagr Mullets
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Cincinnati Inferno
CIN 5, JAGR 4 – OT

Nikita Kucherov’s 27th goal of the season, at 3:04 of overtime, let Cincinnati escape the week with a pair of home victories. Tyler Seguin’s fifth goal with 2:58 left in regulation put the Inferno in the position to win it.

The Inferno defensive effort was not its finest, but it held the Mullets to just 25 shots and shut them out on five power play opportunities.

Conner Hellebuyck re-routed 21 shots and Jacob Markstrom stopped 27 the overtime loss.

   
WEEKLY SUMMARY: Cincinnati gets through the week with two wins at home, but Thunder Bay grabbed a pair on home ice to assure that the already tight Atlantic Division stays that way for at least another week.
California Regulators
Toledo Walleye
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California Regulators
CAL-3
TOL-1
 
Yellowknife Braves
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California Regulators
CAL-1
YEL-2
   
WEEKLY SUMMARY: California get 3 points at home.
Portland Storm
WEEKLY PREVIEW: Portland is on a 16 game losing streak and hopes to end that with games against Bathgate and New Jersey
 
Bathgate Rangers
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Portland Storm
2020-21 Bathgate 41-24-0-4 1 4 0 5
2020-21 Portland 11-51-0-7 2 0 1 3Scoring Summary
Per Time Str Team
1 3:19 EV BGR Tavares (25), assisted by Provorov (20) and DeAngelo (42)
1 8:00 EV POR Palat (12), assisted by Zuccarello (14) and Granlund (14)
1 9:00 EV POR Domi (9), assisted by Olofsson (18) and Gallagher (23)
2 4:40 EV BGR Schwartz (12), assisted by Zibanejad (35) and Pionk (29)
2 7:05 PP BGR Zibanejad (55), assisted by Pionk (30) and Chiarot (11)
2 11:31 EV BGR Provorov (11), unassisted
2 17:41 PP BGR Schwartz (13), assisted by DeAngelo (43) and Provorov (21)
3 19:57 EV POR Dvorak (9), unassisted

Penalty Summary
Per Time Team
2 6:21 POR Gudas (32), 2:00 – roughing
2 14:52 POR Dumba (40), 4:00 – roughing
3 2:29 BGR Ryan Strome (34), 2:00 – roughing
3 2:29 POR Gallagher (35), 2:00 – roughing

SOG 1 SOG 2 SOG 3
Bathgate 7 10 6
Portland 16 13 14

BGR POR
SOG 23 43
FOW 25 29
FO% 46.3 53.7
Hits 29 26
Blocks 7 10
Missed Net 11 11
Shot Attempts 44 61
Scoring Chances 16 9
PIM 2 8
PP 2-3 0-0
TOA 4:24 5:10

Star 1: BGR Schwartz 2 G
Star 2: BGR Provorov 1 G, 3 Pts
Star 3: BGR Zibanejad 1 G, 2 Pts

GWG: Ivan Provorov

Notables: BGR Halak 40 saves
POR None

 
New Jersey Black Aces
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Portland Storm
2020-21 New Jersey 22-44-0-3 2 1 0 3
2020-21 Portland 11-52-0-7 1 0 0 1Scoring Summary
Per Time Str Team
1 2:01 PP POR Olofsson (28), assisted by Domi (25) and Gallagher (24)
1 2:55 EV NJB Lindblom (9), assisted by Bear (9) and Hartman (15)
1 7:00 EV NJB Heinen (4), assisted by Cirelli (17) and Sergachev (13)
2 18:51 EV NJB Heinen (5), assisted by Cirelli (18) and Shattenkirk (16)

Penalty Summary
Per Time Team
1 1:50 NJB Kadri (77), 2:00 – holding
1 14:13 POR Montour (36), 2:00 – holding
2 :35 POR Taylor Hall (34), 2:00 – roughing
2 16:24 POR Zaitsev (24), 2:00 – interference
3 2:52 NJB Cirelli (37), 2:00 – roughing
3 5:47 NJB Labanc (42), 2:00 – roughing
3 9:03 POR Domi (34), 2:00 – hooking

SOG 1 SOG 2 SOG 3
New Jersey 16 10 6
Portland 9 11 10

NJB POR
SOG 32 30
FOW 32 34
FO% 48.5 51.5
Hits 24 9
Blocks 8 5
Missed Net 5 15
Shot Attempts 42 53
Scoring Chances 13 13
PIM 6 8
PP 0-4 1-3
TOA 5:01 5:28

Star 1: NJB Heinen 2 G
Star 2: NJB Hart 29 saves
Star 3: NJB Lindblom 1 G

GWG: Danton Heinen

Notables: NJB None
POR None

   
WEEKLY SUMMARY: Portland loses 2 more to extend their winless streak to 18 games
Bucks County Raccoons
WEEKLY PREVIEW: After 19 straight games against divisional opponents BCR has 2 games outside of their division in Alamo and California…..
 
Alamo Defenders
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Bucks County Raccoons
Sidney Crosby scores 2 goals and adds 2 assists as Alamo defeats Bucks County 4-2. The Defenders scored 4 goals in the 1st period and cruised to the victory…..
 
California Regulators
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Bucks County Raccoons
IN a see saw game that saw neither team score 2 goals in succession, Mathew Barzal scored with 54 seconds left in regulation to lead California to a 5-4 win over Bucks County. Evander Kane had tied the game at 4 with the goalie pulled at 18:07 of the 3rd, only to see the charity point disappear a minute later.
   
WEEKLY SUMMARY: When do we play the Central Division again?
Brentwood Bandits
WEEKLY PREVIEW: Two home games for the rebuilding former Cup Champs.
 
Cincinnati Inferno
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Brentwood Bandits
Cincy comes to town. Always a spirited game and this was no different.

The goalies took the night off apparently as we go to OT tied 6-6, when Kucherov wins it for Cincy, 7-6.

Star 1 – CIN Pacioretty 2G, 1A
Star 2 – CIN Guentzel 2G
Star 3 – CIN Lehkonen 2G

 
Portland Storm
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Brentwood Bandits
The last place Storm come to Brentwood. How strong will the winds be?

Bandits steal this one 2-1 in OT with Konecny (16) winning it for Brentwood.

Bandits only manage 12 shots on goal the whole game, including 1 shot in all of the 2nd period. Ugh… but a win is a win is a win.

   
WEEKLY SUMMARY: Two extremes. Lose 7-6 with 33 SOG, and win 2-1 with 12 SOG.

Waiting on next season, but having fun down the stretch!

Charlotte Buzzards
WEEKLY PREVIEW: With the season winding down, the Buzzards are out of the playoff race but playing some pretty darn competitive hockey as they seek their best season in three campaigns. Reaching that milestone will be challenging: the going was not going to be easy as Charlotte most recently hosted two playoff strongholds with much better records this season in Jagr and Brentwood.
 
Jagr Mullets
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Charlotte Buzzards
Against the team with the best record in the MWHL, Charlotte held its own early and grabbed the 2-1 lead into the first intermission — but Jagr answered with three consecutive second period goals and prevailed 4-3. Charlotte fired 47 shots on net but Jacob Markstrom stopped 44 of those to salvage this one for the Mullets.

Jagr rallied on the second period goals off the sticks of John Marino, Austin Matthews and Matthew Tkachuk. Alex Iafallo scored the lone third period goal for Charlotte with 4:20 remaining but the Buzzards could pull no closer and failed to score the last two minutes as Carey Price had left the nets in favor of the extra attacker.

Three stars (all Mullets)
Star 1: Patrice Bergeron (opening goal and 1 assist)
Star 2: Matthews 1 G
Star 3: Markstrom

Notable: Jagr’s Kris Letang with six blocks; Dylan Larkin wins 18 faceoffs for Charlotte leading to numerous scoring chances thwarted away by Markstrom. Charlotte was 0 for 5 on the power play.

 
Brentwood Bandits
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Charlotte Buzzards
Charlotte rebounded and salvaged two points against former league champion Brentwood in OOOO-vertime as Sabres HOF announcer Rick Jeanneret puts it.

The Buzzards emerged victorious 5-4 after the game dragged into the shootout. The difference was Jake Allen stopping Travis Koneckny and Jake Debrusk in the two shootout rounds, while Jon Marchessault and Bryan Rust each found the nets.

Roman Josi’s Bandits goal with an extra attacker and 45 ticks in regulation forced the overtime play in this heated back and forth contest. Charlotte rallied from an early 2-0 deficit.

Three stars
Star 1: BWB Bo Horvat 2 Gs in a losing cause
Star 2: CHA Mitch Marner 1 G, 2 Points
Star 3: Anders Lee, 1 G, 2 Points

Notable Vasilevskiy recorded 40 saves for Brentwood. Allen had another stellar late season performance for Charlotte with 38 saves.

   
WEEKLY SUMMARY: Against two venerable MWHL teams Charlotte emerges with at least two respectable points.
Toledo Walleye
WEEKLY PREVIEW: Gilbert and LA visit the Walleye this week.
 
Gilbert Sharks
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Toledo Walleye
Gilbert 6, Toledo 1 – Francouz sets up shop for the Sharks, and shuts down all comers but one, an early goal from Mantha. On the other side of the ice, not so much. Demko must have grabbed the wrong pair of glasses, allowing goals from Ennis, Panarin, Fiala 2, Zucker and MacKinnon.

1st star – Fiala 2G
2nd = MacKinnon 1G 3pts
3rd – Panarin 1G 3pts

 
LA Great Danes
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Toledo Walleye
LA 4, Toledo 1 – Nylander has a great night, getting a hat trick, 2 aided on powerplays. Barbashev adds one in the first. Pettersson gets a powerplay goal for the fish in the 2nd. Shesterkin saves 41 in a great outing.

1st star – Nylander 3G hat trick
2nd – Shesterkin 41 saves
3rd – Barbashev 1G

   
WEEKLY SUMMARY: The Walleye skate like a very tired team this week, scoring only 2 goals in 2 home games. Time for some more changes.
Jagr Mullets
Portland Storm
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Jagr Mullets
1 2 3 F
2020-21 Portland 11-51-0-7 0 0 2 2
2020-21 Jagr 43-17-0-9 3 2 1 6Scoring Summary
Per Time Str Team
1 6:06 EV JAG Matthews (42), assisted by Toews (4)
1 15:56 PP JAG Weber (13), assisted by Ovechkin (40) and Svechnikov (46)
1 18:12 EV JAG Staal (4), assisted by McGinn (10)
2 1:01 EV JAG Radulov (7), assisted by Bonino (1) and Duchene (15)
2 15:29 EV JAG Bonino (3), assisted by Duchene (16)
3 4:42 EV POR Palat (12), assisted by Granlund (14)
3 9:50 PP JAG Lindholm (14), assisted by Weber (31) and Toews (5)
3 17:11 EV POR Dvorak (9), assisted by Brown (10) and Greenway (10)
 
Thunder Bay NorWesters
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Jagr Mullets
1 2 3 F
2020-21 Thunder Bay 44-23-0-2 2 3 0 5
2020-21 Jagr 43-18-0-9 2 0 1 3Scoring Summary
Per Time Str Team
1 2:42 EV JAG Lindholm (15), assisted by Giordano (32)
1 10:18 PP TBN Connor (42), assisted by Eichel (57)
1 17:22 EV JAG Miller (27), assisted by Letang (36)
1 19:55 EV TBN Eichel (33), assisted by Necas (25) and Connor (38)
2 5:32 EV TBN Bertuzzi (16), assisted by Hronek (15) and Quinn Hughes (40)
2 15:32 EV TBN Connor (43), assisted by Eichel (58) and Necas (26)
2 16:14 EV TBN Smith (26), assisted by O’Reilly (45) and Couturier (34)
3 7:41 EV JAG Ovechkin (42), assisted by Svechnikov (47)
   
WEEKLY SUMMARY: 1 and 1