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New Jersey Grizzlies
Weekly Preview:
New Jersey will continue to look to take the sole lead in 1st place in division but they know Hampton is a top the entire MWHL
Game #1: New Jersey prepares to host Ripon who comes in second in their division. As we moved thru the first it was a tag up play that lead to NJ getting on the board first. Tommy Wingels was in deep but was able to get out of the zone quickly, which allowed for Shea Weber to unleash the clapper which beat Louie Domingue glove side. Thru 1, 19-9 on the shots New Jersey leads 1-0. Ripon got on the board with its first on a sloppy defensive play by NJ. Davante Smith-Pelly was able to capitalize on the missed read which allowed him to get this game even. Off the ensuing faceoff the Grizzlies were able to answer back with a Kyle Turris to Tommy Wingels which quickly gave New Jersey back the lead at 2-1. After 2 two periods New Jersey still has the lead but Ripon has begun to put the pressure on the defense. Ripon gained some momentum midway through
the 3rd and Boone Jenner was able to connect with Alex Pietrangelo for his 11th of the season and again tied this game up. Later in the 3rd Boone Jenner won the faceoff to Alexei Kuznetsov who found the back of the net very late and gave Ripon the 3-2 lead with minutes to go. New Jersey in under a minute was able to get the game back even with a superb effort by goal score Miikka Salomaki who now has 4 goals on the season. Ripon played their best hockey in the 3rd period but New Jersey’s fire power kept them in the game and forced overtime. In overtime it was Jeff Skinner beating Louie Domingue to give the Grizzlies the win.Three Stars
1st- Tommy Wingels
2nd Boone Jenner
3rd Jeff Skinner
Weekly Summary:
The Pru-Center hosted the 1 game and clearly it was a barn burner. Lets see how the rest of the week turns out.


Thunder Bay Nor’Westers
Weekly Preview:
Three road games and just 1 at home. We need to get the power play working and we need to tighten up the defense. Simple goals difficult to accomplish
Game #1: Lansing (1) at Thunder Bay (2)
A very tight defensive game, maybe the concept of team defense and playing 200 feet is sinking in. No score in the 1st period but Luke Glendening a defensive specialist replace Cody Eakin and “Cool Hand Luke” lost it on his 1st shift – 5 minutes for roughing, but maybe it let Backstrom know it was going to be a long night.Lansing must have gotten reamed a bit in the locker room because they came out hard. Too hard as Maroon took a run O’Reilly – most likely paybacks for Glendening abusing Backstrom in the 1st. Maroon gets 2 minutes for charging but then unleashes a torrent of vile at the ref and heads to the locker room with a game misconduct.Thunder Bay scores on the power play to take the lead 1-0. Eberle (7th) assisted by Tatar. Close tight play continued in the 2nd period. With the Nor’Wester’s goalie James Reimer playing strong in the net. 1-0 after 2 periods.Still a defensive struggle into the 3rd period. Thunder Bay’s Reilly Smith scores his 2nd of the season to give the Nor’Westers a 2-0 lead.The Capitals Ward scores his 6th of the season at 18:29 closing the gap to 1, but time runs out and the final score is 2-1 Thunder Bay.
Weekly Summary:
A very good win for Thunder Bay especially because it was a marked defensive improvement that kept the Capitals 1st line off the board. Now we are on the road for 3 games and if we are to start crawling up the standings we need to win 2 of the 3.


Minneapolis Deep Freeze
Weekly Preview:
Minneapolis enters the week at the top of the Central division thanks to a 7 game winning streak at The Pond, and having won 9 of their last 10 games. They will see what they’re really made of this week, as they open with a tough matchup against league-leading Hampton Blizzard.
Game #4: Hampton (6) @ Minneapolis (5)

Minneapolis loses a hard fought game to the league leading Hampton Blizzard. Minneapolis took an uncharacteristic amount of penalties in this one, and Hampton capitalized with 2 goals on 5 Powerplay opportunities, plus another with the extra attacker on for a delayed call.

Minneapolis opened the scoring with 6 minutes left in the first period when Boyle (6) ripped a shot past the Hampton goaltender. Hampton didn’t wait long to even the score though, with McGinn getting his 7th of the year under 5 minutes later with the extra attacker on the ice for a delayed call, to send the game into the first intermission tied at 1.

Minneapolis would outscore Hampton 3-2 in the second despite being outshot 13-7 and spending 6 minutes shorthanded in the period. During the break coach Larry Murphy would try to calm his team down to hold onto the lead that they probably didn’t deserve in the first place.

Hampton would sense the weakness in the Deep Freeze despite trailing by a goal entering the 3rd period. The Blizzard score 3 consecutive goals in the first 8:30 of the 3rd period including yet another on the powerplay with Schenn in the box for roughing. Now trailing 6-4, Murphy is not happy and considers lacing up his own skates to try to get some defense out there in front of Cam Ward. He would pull his goaltender with about 2 minutes to play and Minneapolis would manage to pull within 1 on Daniel Sedin’s 6th of the year, but the game would end in a 6-5
victory for the Blizzard.

Star 1: HAM McGinn 2 G
Star 2: MIN Sedin 2 G, 3 Pts
Star 3: HAM Forsberg 1 G, 2 Pts

GWG: Mattias Ekholm

Notables: HAM Stastny 3 assists, Sekera 5 blocks
MIN Datsyuk 4 assists, Datsyuk 17-5 on faceoffs

Game #2: Thunder Bay (1) @ Minneapolis (3)

Minneapolis enters the game still reeling from their first home loss in the month of November, and hoping to get back on track, but they didn’t anticipate running into the brick wall that was Reimer on this particular night. Reimer would make 61 saves (yes, you read that correctly) on 62 shots from the Deep Freeze, stealing the game for Thunder Bay.

Minneapolis gets off to a strong start to begin the game, spending 7 of the first 12 minutes on the power play and mounting 15 shots on goal in the process. Reimer stands on his head and weathers the storm to keep the game tied at 0 even though Thunder Bay had yet to get a shot on goal through 12 minutes of play. They would get their first shot over 13 minutes in with Huberdeau in the box for tripping, but Cam Ward was still awake and there to make the save. Minneapolis finally broke through Reimer with Goligoski in the box serving 5 minutes for cross-checking on Schenn’s 4th of the year from Getlaf and Eriksson. Reimer stood tall for the Nor’Westers as Minneapolis continued to pepper him with shots, keeping the score at 1-0 and ending the first period with 26 saves on 27 shots from the Deep Freeze. Thunder Bay only managed 2 shots on goal in the period.

Despite being massively outplayed to this point, Thunder Bay evens the score at 1 after a turnover by Orpik gives them an opportunity in the offensive zone and Smith puts the puck past Cam Ward 4 minutes into the second period. 5 minutes later, Thunder Bay takes a 2-1 lead on another ill-advised turnover when Barkov fed Eberle for his 7th of the year. Coach Larry Murphy is not pleased with giving up 2 goals on only 6 shots, but keeps Ward in the game and tries to get his team to play smarter with the puck. A couple of penalties late in the period allowed Minneapolis to keep the pressure on Reimer, but the Deep Freeze continue to be stumped by his array of acrobatic saves and the 2nd period ends with Thunder Bay leading 2-1 despite being outshot 44-10 through two periods.

Minneapolis starts the 3rd period with a short 2-man advantage and 1:44 remaining on the Powerplay, but still can’t break through with Reimer stopping all 4 shots. With under 2 minutes to go and still trailing by 1, coach Larry Murphy reluctantly called his goaltender to the bench in favor of the extra attacker, but it was Thunder Bay would would score in the final minute on the empty net to take a 3-1 lead and win the game.

Star 1: TBN Reimer 61 saves
Star 2: TBN Eberle 1 G
Star 3: TBN Saad 1 G

GWG: Jordan Eberle

Notables: TBN Reimer 61 saves, Muzzin 7 blocks
MIN None

Game #3:

Long Beach (2) @ Minneapolis (3)

Minneapolis is motivated coming into this game after losing at home to Thunder Bay in a game that they really deserved to win.  Once again they dominate their opponent in the shots department, outshooting Long Beach 47-17 in the game, but it still came down to the final minute.

The Deep Freeze come out strong and manage to get ahead early on Eriksson’s 9th of the year from Sedin and Datsyuk less than a minute into the game.  Less than 2 minutes later, Long Beach would tie it when Nugent-Hopkins picked up a rebound in front of Cam Ward and banged it home for his 3rd goal of the season.  With Bjugstad in the box for cross-checking, Minneapolis gets several chances but fails to capitalize.  Bjugstad picked up a loose puck on his way out of the box and fed it to Ellis two set up Roussel for the go-ahead goal, putting Long Beach up 2-1.  The period would end in a 2-1 lead for the Ice Dogs.

After a mostly uneventful second period, Roussel took a 5 minute major for checking from behind, giving Minneapolis a five monute Power Play.  Talbot stood tall stopping all 11 Deep Freeze shots on the long Power Play to keep Long Beach in the lead heading into the second intermission.  Through 2 periods, Minneapolis trails 2-1 despite outshooting Long Beach 32-14.

About 10 minutes into the third period with Minneapolis keeping the pressure on desperately trying to tie up the game to avoid going 0-3 at home this week, Richards picks up a lose puck in their own end.  He carries it up and gets it over to Getzlaf, who feeds Hoffman in front for his 7th of the year to tie the game. Minneapolis continues to play aggressively to keep Long Beach on their heels and the pressure would pay off with under 1 minute to go when Datsyuk set up Eriksson for his 10th of the year to give the  Deep Freeze a 3-2 lead.  Long Beach would pull the goalie for the ensueing faceoff but wouldn’t even get 1 more shot on goal and Minneapolis holds on for the win outshooting the Ice Dogs 15-3 in the final period.

Star 1: MIN Eriksson 2 G

Star 2: MIN Hoffman 1 G

Star 3: MIN Datsyuk  2 A

GWG: Loui Eriksson

Notables: LBD Talbot 44 saves / MIN None

Weekly Summary:
Minneapolis loses two in a row at home including their first loss at The Pond in the month of November, but finishes the week out strong and hopes to get back on track for next week.


Jagr Mullets
Weekly Preview:
Only one home game this week, against powerhouse New Jersey.
Game #1: Things don’t start well, as Jagr gives up a goal to Kyle Okposo (8) on the first shot of the game. Not long after, Chiasson (4) pots one and NJ is quickly up 2-0. With Corey Schneider in net, it doesn’t look good for the Mullets.The first period is all Grizzlies, but Ben Bishop calms down and keeps his team in the game.Jagr comes out like gangbusters in the 2nd, and at 2:31 Abdelkader (10) scores on a short-handed breakaway to cut the deficit in half. The Mullets totally dominate the Grizzlies the rest of the period, but can’t get another one past Schneider.The Mullet puck domination continues through the 3rd, but at 9:13 Sedin (7) breaks the Mullet spirit with a goal.

Down two and in desperation mode, Jagr pulls the goalie but it backfires as Laughton (1) puts one in the empty net and the 4-1 score holds up as the final.

Weekly Summary:
Just one of those games for the Mullets, as they are dominated in the 1st period but own the final 2… but lose by 3 goals.


California Regulators
Weekly Preview:

California has three home games this week:

Nov. 28 – Bathgate @ California
Dec. 1 – Thunder Bay @ California
Dec. 3 – Scottsdale @ California

Game #1:

November 28, 2016

Bathgate 0
California 2

Scoring Summary
2 09:12 CAL Komarov (13), assisted by Fowler (11) and Gaudreau (22)
2 15:11 CAL Zibanejad (7), assisted by Del Zotto (8)

Star 1: CAL Pickard 30 saves
Star 2: CAL Zibanejad 1 G
Star 3: CAL Komarov 1 G

GWG: Leo Komarov

Game #2:

December 1, 2016

Thunder Bay 2
California 4

Scoring Summary
1 16:38 TBN Gallagher (8), assisted by Saad (9) and Slavin (7)
2 05:33 TBN Saad (12), assisted by Coyle (8) and O’Reilly (15)
2 12:35 CAL Gaudreau (8), assisted by Beauchemin (7)
3 00:33 CAL Komarov (14), assisted by Ovechkin (12) and Gaudreau
3 02:46 CAL Silfverberg (9), assisted by Rask (5) and Faulk (12)
3 11:13 CAL Nelson (8), assisted by Rask (6) and Silfverberg (7)

Star 1: CAL Silfverberg 1 G, 2 Pts
Star 2: CAL Gaudreau 1 G, 2 Pts
Star 3: TBN Saad 1 G, 2 Pts

GWG: Jakob Silfverberg

Game #3:

December 3, 2016

Scottsdale 3
California 4

Scoring Summary
1 01:39 CAL Kunitz (2), assisted by Zibanejad (19)
1 03:03 CAL Nelson (9), assisted by Rask (7) and Silfverberg (8)
1 09:00 SXM Lucic (5), assisted by McDavid (11) and Voracek (11)
1 12:38 SXM Stepan (10), assisted by Josi (9) and Colborne (11)
2 10:22 CAL Komarov (15), assisted by Gaudreau (24)
3 10:15 SXM Lucic (6), assisted by McDavid (12) and Voracek (12)
3 14:32 CAL Pageau (1), assisted by Di Giuseppe (1) and Carr (1)

Star 1: SXM Lucic 2 G
Star 2: CAL Komarov 1 G
Star 3: CAL Kunitz 1 G

GWG: Jean-Gabriel Pageau

Weekly Summary:
California sweeps at home, while Komarov continues to roll.


Hampton Blizzard
Weekly Preview:
UGH… problems with my %@#$^@%#^^@&^%W^%Q@$%@#^@^%# laptop killed about 45 minutes worth of writeups on our three home games thanks to the net crashing every ten minutes, but Hampton faced some tough opposition this week as they finally played more than one game in a week at home as they hosted California, Bathgate and Thunder Bay.
Game #1:
Hampton scores late in the 3rd to tie it up 2-2 with the goalie pulled and the extra attacker on and Mike Ribeiro scores the game winner 20 seconds later to steal a 3-2 win for the Blizzard over California.
Game #2:
Pekka Rinne was complete pus for Bathgate letting them down big time considering they out shot Hampton 34-31 but lost 9-3 on the scoreboard. OUCH. Rinne was mercifully pulled after the 7th goal.
Game #3:
Thunder Bay’s great defence held Hampton to just four shots in the first period, but the host team wouldn’t go away and came back with three unanswered goals to take it 3-1 over the Nor’Westers.
Weekly Summary:
Two really tough games for Hampton and some really tough luck for Bathgate leads to a 3-0 week for the Blizzard which is a far cray from the 0-1-3 week they opened the season with. God bless the lucky.



Brentwood Bandits
Weekly Preview:
Brentwood has one home game this week against Division Rival Columbus Brew Jackets for the “I-70 Rivalry”… It’ll catch on.Coach Tom Atkins says that league scoring leader Geno Malkin will be sitting a few home games this season to rest up for the playoffs. When asked about being rested while he is in the middle of a scoring title race Malkin said “I am score…”So there you have it folks. He… is… score.
Game #1: Columbus travels down I-70 to The Hallow as Brentwood looks to make ground in the division.Henrik Lundqvist in between the pipes for Brentwood and Ryan Miller in net for Columbus.1st Period At 6:15 Ekman-Larsson scores goal #8 on the season assisted by Crosby (15) and Parenteau (17). Who needs Geno anyway, eh? 1-0 Brentwood.The Brew Jackets answer quickly at 7:38 with Logan Couture (8) redirecting a shot by Brent Burns (16) with Pouliot (19) getting the second assist. Tied 1-1

3 minutes later at 10:34 Kucherov nets #10 on the season, assisted by Nash (15) and local boy JT Miller (5) to make it 2-1 Brew Jackets

2nd Period
7:54 Kucherov gets his 11th of the season assisted by Subban (12) and Burns (17). CBJ with the lead 3-1

Frank Vatrano getting the rare start (maybe a few more in his future?) nets his first of the campaign at 10:07 assisted by Fehr (4) and Stempniak (5) as the good guys pull within 1 making it 3-2.

16:24 local boy (now turned heel) JT Miller scores his 7th of the season making it 4-2 Columbus. Coach Atkins has seen enough and replaces King Henrik with The Flower because 4 goals on 15 shots just doesn’t sit right with anyone. Would this prove to be a wise move?

3rd Period
Brentwood continues to throw shots at Ryan Miller (13 in the 1st, 13 in the second, and on their way to 15 in the 3rd)

Finally at 8:49 Ekman-Larsson scores his second of the game and 9th of the season to continue his bid for the Norris Trophy. Cutting it to a 4-3 Brew Jackets lead.

Frank Vatrano scores his SECOND GOAL OF THE GAME assisted by Brittle Beau Bennett (1) and JM Liles (10) to tie the game at 12:08. 4-4!!!

With 2:50 left in the 3rd unlikely hero Beau Bennett scores his first of the season assisted by Vatrano (1) and Hainsey (9) to make it 5-4 Good Guys!!!

Columbus would pull Miller for the extra attacker but Fleury stands on his head and shuts the door.

Final score Brentwood 5, Columbus 4 in a very entertaining game!

Brentwood out-shoots Columbus almost 2-1 (41-21).

Star 1 Vatrano 2G, 1A
Star 2 Kucherov 2G, 1A
Star 3 Ekman-Larsson 2G

Miller made 36 saves, but it wasn’t enough.

After the game Beau Bennett had an MRI on his ankle from jumping up and down in celebration of his 1st goal of the season. Rumors are he sleeps in bubble wrap.

Weekly Summary:
Brentwood wins its loan home game this week. Hopefully they do as well on the road.It seems Frank Vatrano made a statement… that he is tired of sitting in the press box. He said “I feel I can contribute and I really wanna continue to show what I’ve got” Coach Tom Atkins had no comment.



Alamo Defenders
Weekly Preview:
Alamo is struggling to get out of last place in the Pacific. They play for the first time with their new assets, Gardiner and Hansen. At home, it’s Scottsdale, Long Beach, and Jagr.
Game #1:

Scottsdale at Alamo

In the 1st period, Backes starts the scoring with his second of the year for the Defenders. No more scoring until early in the 3rd, when Scottsdale nets two thanks to Lucic and Stepan.

But, shorthanded, Pacioretty ties the game for Alamo. Then, they get another Backes goal and an empty netter from Kulikov.

Alamo 4 Scottsdale 2

1st star – Backes – 2 goals
2nd star – Pacioretty – 1 goal
3rd star – Kukikov – 1 goal

Game #2:

Long Beach at Alamo

Alamo and Long Beach exchange goals in the 1st period. Backes scores his 4th goal early in the second. But, Long Beach nets 3 straight goals to take the lead, 4-2. Roussel, Draisaitl, and Bozak all

Late in the 3rd, Eller scores for Alamo, but they fall short.

Long Beach 4 Alamo 3

1st star – Roussel – 2 goals
2nd star – Eller (Alamo) – 2 goals
3rd star – Bozak 1 goal and 2 assists

Game #3: Jagr at Alamo

This is the first crazy scoring game that Alamo has been involved with. Jagr scores the 1st 2 goals and it doesn’t look pretty, but Ben Bishop has one of his weakest starts. Alamo scores 2 in the 1st to tie it.

After 1 period, its 2-2.

No scoring in the second.

But, then its wild in the 3rd, as 8 goals were scored!!! Alamo scores 2 empty netters, but this was back and forth the whole way.

Alamo 7 Jagr 5

1st star – Marchand – Hat trick
2nd star – Hansen – 2 goals
3rd star – Seguin – 4 assists.

Notable: Seguin ties single season record with 4 assists.

Jagr goes 0-6 on the power play; Alamo goes 1-3.

Weekly Summary:
Alamo 4 Scottsdale 2
Long Beach 4 Alamo 3
Alamo 7 Jagr 5 – Jagr seemed to always have some rally going, but Alamo gets a hat trick from Marchand.


Bathgate Rangers
Weekly Preview:
The porous Rangers host two games this week, one verses the Chicago Cosa Nostra (hope we can mob that team) and one verses division rival Brentwood. Our road games this week have been rather dismal (2-0 loss to California and a 9-3 thrashing from the league’s best Hampton.
Game #1: Seeking to avenge the 5-3 loss to CHICAGO on October 26th, the Rangers take to the home ice in search of win 11. No such luck. The Costa Nosta methodically dismantle the Rangers a goal at a time in each period. And when the Rangers finally strike back in the final minute, Chicago responds with their own goal at the 19: mark. All 4 goals in the 4-1 Chicago win were even strength. Rangers go ZERO for EIGHT – Chicago had no PP attempts. every time a Ranger was whistled (twice) they took a mobster with them.
Chicago made the most of their 13 shots and 7 chances with the 4 goals while the Rangers fired away 78 times, 35 on net, but Condon (34 saves) was the equalizer – that and 25 blocked shots.
Game Stars (all Chicago)
1. Nichushkin 2 Goals
2. Condor 34 saves
3. Duclair 1 Goal, 2 Pts
Game #2: Can redemption for the week come at the hands of Brentwood – YES! In their first meeting ever the Ranges net 3 in the 2nd period and 2 more in the 3rd to land a 6-2 victory. #1 Star of the Game, Jamie Benn scored 1 but assisted on 3 more. Kane got 1 and 2 assists (for #2 Star) to lead the attack. Brentwood Left Winger Tomas Fleischmann took 3rd star with a goal and an assist.Brentwood scored at the 2 minute mark of period one and the Rangers matched it at the 16:42 mark. Rangers then got a PP goal early in the
2nd but Fleischman scores at the 2:44 mark to even the game at 2. The Rangers then ripped off 4 unanswered goals – 2 more in the 2nd and 2 in the 3rd (one in the opening seconds of the period and the other in the closing seconds). Basically all stats were pretty even except how many went in the net.
Weekly Summary:
Win one, lose one – about normal. Need better defense. Chicago 4-1 win over the Rangers. Brentwood 6-2 losers to the Rangers.


Long Beach Ice Dogs
Game #1:
Long Beach (12-10-0-2) hosts Lansing (11-12-0-1). Long Beach opened the scoring on a Roussel goal on a delayed penalty half way through the first period. Lansing tied the game 1-1 on a Little PP goal 3 minutes into the second period. It was still 1-1 with 7:47 left in the game when Roussel netted his 2nd of the game to give Long Beach a 2-1 lead. Yandle added an empty netter to make the final score 3-1. Talbot made 24 saves to pick up the win.
Weekly Summary:
Long Beach wins their one home game this week.


Corktown Suds
Weekly Preview:
Corktown has 3 home games this week.
Game #1:
New Jersey- The top of the Atlantic is a tight race and Corktown gains two points on the Grizzlies. Byfuglien (12) scored early in the 1st but it was all Suds from there.
Corktown 4-1
W.Johnson 9-6
L. Schneider 13-6
Game #2:
Indiana – Another team up the Atlantic ladder the Suds pick 2 points on. Corktown scored in the 1st and the game was a nail biter after that. Both teams has their share of power plays, but it was Corktown who lead the way in the 3rd gets to Luongo and added an empty netter.
Corktown 4-2
W.Johnson 10-6
L. Luongo 12-7
Game #3:
Alamo- On the bottom of the Pacific the Defenders should be an easy 2 points for the Suds. Alamo had other plans. The Defenders scored early and often. The Suds made sure to be short handed most of the game as well. Marchand and Peccatori scored their 10th each for Alamo. Hansen (7) had two goals too.
Alamo 7-4
W. Greiss 5-10
L. Niemi 3-4
Weekly Summary:
Corktown beats the 2 teams they were worried about and was ran out of the building by the team they felt good matching up against.


Lakeland Flying Tigers
Weekly Preview:
Lakeland had just one game this Block aganist Ripon. Lakeland rested some players to make sure they will be available later in the season.
Game #1: 2016-17 Ripon      13-11-0-1 2 1 0 3
2016-17 Lakeland 12-11-0-2 0 0 1 1Scoring Summary
Per Time Str Team
1 11:52 EV RIP Smith-Pelly (1), assisted by Emelin (6) and Larsson (5)
1 16:51 EV RIP Jenner (11), assisted by Spooner (18) and Kuznetsov (17)
2 12:22 PP RIP Kuznetsov (11), assisted by Toffoli (6) and Hall (17)
3 17:27 EV LAK Ladd (8), assisted by Vatanen (11) and Gudbranson (4)Star 1: RIP Kuznetsov 1 G, 2 Pts
Star 2: RIP Jenner 1 G
Star 3: RIP Smith-Pelly 1 GGWG: Boone JennerNotables: RIP None / LAK NoneRipon GA SV Save% TOI W L OL Rate
G Domingue -W 1 24 .960 60:00 4 5 0 7.4 (+0.7)

Lakeland GA SV Save% TOI W L OL Rate
G Quick -L 3 27 .900 58:26 6 6 1 7.1 (-0.2)

Weekly Summary:
Lakeland paid for sitting too many guys with a loss this game. A lack of scoring forwards in the game really shined thru for Lakeland.


Chicago Cosa Nostra
Weekly Preview:
Chicago trying to stay out of the cellar.
Game #1: December 1 2016 Capone Center 11-21-2016

1 2 3 F
2016-17 Brentwood 14-12-0-1 0 2 1 3
2016-17 Chicago 10-15-0-1 1 0 0 1

Scoring Summary
Per Time Str Team
1 12:43 EV CHI Gudas (2), assisted by Larkin (5) and Krug (14)
2 11:38 EV BWB Ekman-Larsson (10), unassisted
2 18:26 EV BWB Crosby (14), unassisted
3 2:29 SH BWB Bieksa (2), assisted by McClement (3)

Penalty Summary
Per Time Team
1 9:23 BWB Manson (18), 2:00 – delay of game
1 10:25 CHI Ericsson (6), 2:00 – tripping
1 17:17 BWB Manson (20), 2:00 – roughing
1 17:17 CHI Jokinen (14), 2:00 – roughing
1 18:36 BWB Bieksa (29), 2:00 – interference
2 6:21 BWB Stewart (17), 2:00 – hooking
2 7:31 BWB Malkin (25), 2:00 – hooking
2 18:56 CHI Parayko (22), 2:00 – hooking
3 1:50 BWB Coburn (8), 2:00 – cross checking
3 6:57 CHI Martin (48), 2:00/GAME – slashing + misconduct
3 9:40 CHI Kreider (19), 2:00 – hooking
3 10:01 CHI Smith (16), 2:00 – tripping

Star 1: BWB Lundqvist 30 saves
Star 2: BWB Crosby 1 G
Star 3: BWB Ekman-Larsson 1 G

GWG: Sidney Crosby

Notables: BWB Lundqvist 30 saves / CHI Martin,M 12 PIM

Game #2 December 3 2016 Capone Center 11-21-2016

1 2 3 F
2016-17 Lakeland 12-11-0-2 1 1 1 3
2016-17 Chicago 11-15-0-1 1 0 3 4

Scoring Summary
Per Time Str Team
1 7:13 EV LAK Seabrook (4), assisted by Ristolainen (13) and Domi (17)
1 8:24 EV CHI Copp (6), assisted by Krug (15) and Jokinen (3)
2 4:49 PP LAK Ladd (8), assisted by Domi (18) and Spezza (19)
3 14:16 EV CHI Horvat (8), assisted by Kreider (2) and Ericsson (2)
3 18:25 EV CHI Zetterberg (2), assisted by Niederreiter (4) and Duclair
3 18:44 EV LAK Parise (4), assisted by Spezza (20) and Oshie (11)
3 19:42 EV CHI Larkin (5), assisted by Zetterberg (10)

Penalty Summary
Per Time Team
1 :40 LAK Parise (16), 2:00 – charging
1 4:40 LAK Lowry (8), 2:00 – elbowing
1 12:09 LAK Polak (10), 2:00 – interference
1 15:06 LAK Beleskey (20), 2:00 – roughing
1 15:06 CHI Ericsson (8), 2:00 – roughing
1 16:32 LAK Domi (23), 2:00 – elbowing
2 :32 CHI Krug (18), 2:00 – hooking
2 4:30 CHI Ericsson (10), 2:00 – slashing
2 15:15 CHI Phaneuf (39), 2:00 – roughing
2 19:13 CHI Gudas (35), 2:00 – slashing
3 :59 CHI Phaneuf (41), 2:00 – roughing
3 4:49 LAK Seabrook (16), 2:00 – tripping

Lakeland 3 15 10
Chicago 16 8 10

Star 1: CHI Zetterberg 1 G, 2 Pts
Star 2: CHI Copp 1 G
Star 3: CHI Larkin 1 G

GWG: Dylan Larkin

Notables: LAK M.Jones 30 saves / CHI None

Weekly Summary:
Chicago earns a split at home and tries to stay out of the Cellar.


Ripon Rockets
Weekly Preview:
Ripon beats Second City 4-3.
Game #1:
Indiana beats Ripon 3-2.
Weekly Summary:
Ripon goes 1-1.


Second City Chiefs
Game #1:

Second City 4 Corktown 2

SCC- Lewis (2)
CT- Methot (3) from Upshall and Monahan
SCC- Lewis (3) from Burrows
CT- Hartnell (8) from Kessler and Tarasenko
SCC- Letang (5) from Panarin and Palmieri
SCC- Tavares (14) Empty net from Panarin

Game #2:

Second City 5 Columbus 3

CBJ- Iginla (4) from Pouliot and Couture
SCC- Gostisbehere (5) from Letang and Hayes
CBJ- Gaborik (2) from Subban and Johnson
SCC- Hayes (6) from Letang and Burrows
SCC- Letang (6) from Gostisbehere and Landeskog
SCC- Tavares (15) from Pakarinen and Letang
SCC- Gostisbehere (6) from Pakarinen and Letang
CBJ- Couture (8) from Iginla and McDonagh

Weekly Summary:
Once again Second City takes care of business at home. If only they
could figure out how to win away from the Wigwam.