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30 июля 2016 г. 11:11

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LETHBRIDGE, Alta. J. R. Richard Astros Jersey . -- Adam Tambellini scored three times and set up one more as the Calgary Hitmen won their sixth in a row by crushing the host Lethbridge Hurricanes 8-1 on Saturday in Western Hockey League play. Alex Roach had a pair of goals for the Hitmen (38-15-6) while Chase Lang, Pavel Padakin and Jake Virtanen added single goals. Travis Sanheim chipped in with three assists. Calgarys Mack Shields made 28 saves for the victory. Lethbridges Giorgio Estephan ruined Shields shutout bid at 16:14 of the third period. The Hurricanes (12-43-5) were searching for answers in net as Teagan Sacher started the game, but was pulled after allowing three goals on 12 shots. Jonny Hogue came in for the second period, however he only lasted 10:53, giving up three goals on five shots. Sacher played the remainder of the game and stopped 37-of-42 shots in total. Lethbridges Macoy Erkamps was ejected at 6:38 of the third period after receving a major penalty for kneeing. Calgary went 4 for 8 on the power play while Lethbridge failed to score on three chances with the man advantage. --- ROYALS 5 RAIDERS 4 PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. -- Jack Walker broke a 4-4 tie at 14:54 of the third period as Victoria edged the Raiders. Austin Carroll, Steven Hodges, Ben Walker and Travis Brown also scored for the Royals (40-16-4), who improved to 10-0-2 in their last 12 contests. Sawyer Lange, Josh Morrissey, Dakota Conroy and Calder Brooks scored for Prince Albert (26-28-4) while Leon Draisaitl and Collin Valcourt each chipped in with three assists. Victorias Coleman Vollrath made 22 saves for the win as Cole Cheveldave stopped 30-of-35 shots for the Raiders. --- BRONCOS 4 PATS 3 (SO) REGINA -- Glenn Gawdin scored the shootout winner and Eetu Laurikainen made 46 saves as Swift Current halted the Pats three-game win streak. Colby Cave scored twice in regulation for the Broncos (29-22-8) and Graham Black added a single goal. Regina (30-22-6) got goals from Patrick DAmico, Dyson Stevenson and Connor Gay. Daniel Wapple turned away 30-of-33 shots for the Pats. --- ICE 5 WHEAT KINGS 2 BRANDON -- Jaedon Descheneau scored once and set up three more as Kootenay handed the Wheat Kings their fifth straight defeat. Sam Reinhart scored once to extend his point streak to 17 games for the Ice (33-22-4) while Tim Bozon, Austin Vetterl and Luke Philp also scored. Ryan Pulock and Jens Meilleur scored for Brandon (28-23-8) and Tyler Coulter assisted on both of his clubs goals. Kootenays Mackenzie Skapski made 28 saves for the win. Curtis Honey started in net for the Wheat Kings but was pulled after allowing four goals on 21 shots in one period of play. Jordan Papirny stopped all 22 shots he faced in relief. --- BLADES 4 REBELS 1 RED DEER, Alta. -- Ryan Graham had a pair of goals and Troy Trombley made 41 saves as Saskatoon ended its three-game slide by downing the Rebels. Brett Stovin and Chase Clayton each had a goal and an assist for the Blades (16-39-5) while Nikita Scherbak and Dylan Busenius tacked on two assists apiece. Conner Bleackley scored the lone goal for Red Deer (28-27-4) as Grayson Pawlenchuk was a team-worst minus-3. Patrik Bartosak turned aside 24-of-28 shots in a losing cause. --- TIGERS 6 WARRIORS 1 MEDICINE HAT, Alta. -- Curtis Valk had a goal and an assist, extending his point streak to 17 games, as the Tigers hammered Moose Jaw. Trevor Cox and Anthony Ast also had a goal and an assist for Medicine Hat (36-20-3), which extended its win streak to four games, while Steven Owre, Kyle Becker and Chad Labelle added single goals. Jesse Forsberg scored for the Warriors (15-34-8). Nick Scheider stopped 29 shots for the Tigers as Moose Jaws Justin Paulic made 31 saves in defeat. --- BLAZERS 4 COUGARS 3 (OT) KAMLOOPS, B.C. -- Cole Ully scored twice, including 3:27 into overtime, as the Blazers slipped past Prince George to end their 11-game losing streak. Collin Shirley and Mitch Friesen also scored for Kamloops (12-42-5). Todd Fiddler scored once and set up two more for the Cougars (24-29-8) and Klarc Wilson and Troy Bourke added a single goal each. Bolton Pouliot made 22 saves for the Blazers while Ty Edmonds turned aside 33-of-37 shots for Prince George. --- WINTERHAWKS 7 GIANTS 4 VANCOUVER -- Alex Schoenborn and Dominic Turgeon each had a goal and two assists and Oliver Bjorkstrand had three assists as Portland downed the Giants for their 16th straight victory. Derrick Pouliot, Nicolas Petan and Brendan Leipsic had a goal and an assist apiece for the Winterhawks (42-12-5) while Paul Bittner, Keoni Texeira added single goals. Tim Traber scored twice for Vancouver (27-23-10) and Trent Lofthouse and Ty Ronning had the others. Corbin Boes made 30 saves for Portland. Payton Lee allowed seven goals on 29 shots for the Giants. --- THUNDERBIRDS 3 SILVERTIPS 2 EVERETT, Wash. -- Adam Henry scored the winner at 9:03 of the third period as Seattle came from behind to edge the Silvertips. Sam McKechnie and Russell Maxwell also scored for the Thunderbirds (37-17-5), who trailed 2-1 after 40 minutes. Joshua Winquist and Patrick Bajkov had power play goals for Everett (28-22-8). Seattles Taran Kozun made 27 saves for the win as Austin Lotz stopped 16-of-19 shots for the Silvertips. --- CHIEFS 7 AMERICANS 0 SPOKANE, Wash. -- Mitch Holmberg had two goals and two assists and Eric Williams only had to make 16 saves as the Chiefs blanked Tri-City. Keanu Yamamoto, Adam Helewka, Dominic Zwerger, Hudson Elynuik and Connor Chartier also scored for Spokane (33-20-5) and Reid Gow had three assists. Eric Comrie stopped 35-of-41 shots for the Americans (27-26-6) before giving way to Evan Sarthough, who turned away 6-of-7 shots in eight minutes of relief. Tri-Citys Jesse Astles received a major for checking-to-the-head at 19:26 of the second period. Preston Tucker Astros Jersey .ca. Hi Kerry, Everyone does it, everyone knows it happens but what can referees to stop the delaying tactics used by teams after an icing call? In the first period between Vancouver and Buffalo on Sunday, Buffalo iced the puck and suddenly Zenon Konopka needed a new stick. Carlos Gomez Jersey . Paire broke Giraldo twice and lost his serve once in both sets to wrap up the win in 1 hour, 10 minutes. He will next face Pablo Carreno Busta of Spain, who advanced when Jurgen Zopp of Estonia retired with an injury at 5-5 in the first set.Got a question on rule clarification, comments on rule enforcements or some memorable NHL stories? Kerry wants to answer your emails at cmonref@tsn.ca. Hi Kerry, In the first period of Mondays Canucks-Kings game, Tom Sestito of Vancouver was assessed a five-minute penalty for fighting, a two-minute penalty for instigating and a 10-minute and game misconduct for repeatedly punching unwilling combatant Jordan Nolan. Im a Canucks fan, but Im disgusted by these one-sided attacks and think it was the right call. Nevertheless, I was surprised that the five-minute penalty was called "fighting," as "fighting" penalties are usually given to both players involved in the fight! How come the one player fighting major isnt called for other one-sided attacks like the infamous Emery on Holtby incident on Nov. 1? In your response to that debacle you rightly emphasized the importance of referees separating the players quickly, but didnt mention they could assess a five-minute fighting penalty to one player only! Ryan McCormick,Vancouver, BC Ryan: As you pointed out, the correct penalties were assessed to Tom Sestito in his one-sided altercation/attack against Jordan Nolan. Since Nolan was an "unwilling combatant," the onus and responsibility was on Sestito to stop punching the LA King or be subjected to Rule 46.2 as the "aggressor" (the aggressor in an altercation shall be the player who continues to throw punches in an attempt to inflict punishment on his opponent who is in a defenseless position or who is an unwilling combatant). Tom Sestitos actions clearly qualified him as the aggressor in this altercation. I scored the punch count six direct hits by Sestito to the head area of Nolan. Jordan Nolan, on the other hand, was undeserving of a penalty on the play because he did nothing in response to being continually punched by Sestito; even to the point of keeping his gloves and stick in his hands. Each player is penalized based on their actions and response during an altercation. The penalties assessed to Tom Sestito became accumulative when Sestito dropped his gloves immediately after an end zone faceoff, travelled the short distance to Jordan Nolan and began unloading punches. Based on the rules, these actions qualified this altercation as a fight and clearly identified Sestito as the instigator (Rule 46.11). In thhe November 1 altercation you reference, Ray Emery left his goal crease and charged the length of the ice to fight with Brayden Holtby. Roy Oswalt Astros Jersey. The Washington goalkeeper reluctantly dropped his gloves and was forced to defend himself when referee Francois St.-Laurent was unable to intervene and restrain Emery from the deliberate attack. The punches that Holtby threw in self-defense were deserving of a five minute fighting major. Brayden Holtby would not have been assessed a five minute fighting major if he had turtled or failed to respond in the same manner as Jordan Nolan did last night in L.A.  As you see, Ryan, it is possible for the referee to assess a fighting major to one player only. If that were the case it would be in addition to the appropriate instigator penalties. Aside from the additional minor penalty for leaving his goal crease on November 1, Ray Emery received the same penalties that Tom Sestito was assessed in last nights game; two minutes plus a 10-minute misconduct for instigating; five minutes for fighting; and a game-misconduct as the aggressor.  There is no question that Vancouver intended to send the Kings a strong message and push back from their previous meeting of January 4, which sidelined Canucks goalkeeper Roberto Luongo. The fuse was lit!  It only took nine seconds before Zack Kassian was penalized for dragging Dustin Brown around with his hockey stick firmly hooked between Browns legs after chatting the Kings captain up prior to the opening faceoff. Tom Sestito only lasted a second on his first shift of the game for speed bagging Jordan Nolan who, by the way, should have been penalized for charging Henrik Sedin. A timely penalty call against Nolan would have been a perfect opportunity for the refs to send a message of their own in an effort to establish some control and to bring the temperature down early. It was a gift handed to the men in stripes that was ultimately rejected! It became a constant uphill battle for them from that point in the game. In the end, it was Dustin Brown that once again did the most damage by scoring the only goal of the game early in the third period for a Kings win. I dont think the expression "time heals all wounds" will apply when these teams meet next on April 5 in Vancouver. All eyes will be focused on that matchup; including the refs as well. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '

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