|03-06-2005, 11:00 AM||#1|
lets go partner
Join Date: Oct 2004
Bears drop two games to the leafs
LEAFS DOWN BEARS IN SHOOTOUT 3-2
03/05/05 08:54 PM - HERSHEY loses a shootout for the first time this season as the Leafs sweep the weekend set at Mile One Stadium.
HERSHEY would score the lone goal of the first period when Johnny Boychuk buried a shot into the top left corner of the net past Leafs goaler Mikael Tellqvist. The goal at the 14:56 mark was assisted by Mike Souza and gave the BEARS a 1-0 lead at first intermission. The Leafs outshot HERSHEY 7-6 in the first and had a furious rush in the middle of the period on the power play with three shots and one off the crossbar against Peter Budaj.
The teams traded second period goals, with Clarke Wilm scoring for St. Johnís at the 14:04 mark of the second to tie the game at one. Eric Perrin then scored on the power play at the 18:13 mark to once again give the BEARS the lead. The BEARS led 2-1 after two period.
In the third period, the Leafs tied the game at the 4:42 mark. Nathan Barrett scored at the 4:42 mark of the third before the Leafs won in the shootout.
The BEARS continue a four game road trip next Friday night with a game at Syracuse against the Crunch. Face-off next Friday is set for 7:30 p.m.
LEAFS STRIKE LATE TO DOWN BEARS 4-3 ON THE ROCK
03/04/05 08:31 PM - St. John's skates away with a 4-3 regulation victory at Mile One Stadium in Newfoundland.
St. Johnís struck first with a power play goal early in the first period. Nathan Barrett took a pass from Matt Stajan to score his 12th goal of the season to give the Leafs a 1-0 lead. The Leafs would run the score to 2-0 at the 14:56 mark of the first when Tyler Beechey scored his first goal of the season with a hard wrist shot against Peter Budaj. HERSHEY would close within one before intermission when Marek Svatos scored his 13th goal of the year at the 17:45 mark. Dennis Bonvie and Martin Hlinka picked up assists on the lamp-lighter as the BEARS went to first intermission down 2-1.
In the second period, the BEARS tied the game at two when Mike Souza scored at the 3:42 mark. The goal for Souza was his third in as many games, and was assisted by Eric Perrin. St. Johnís retook the lead at 3-2 when Clarke Wilm scored his sixth goal of the season at the 7:39 mark. HERSHEY then rallied for the second time to tie the game when Perrin scored his 19th of the season at 15:12 of the period. Jeff Ulmer and Souza provided the assists on the goal that rallied the BEARS for the second time. HERSHEY outshot St. Johnís 15-7 in the second and went to second intermission tied at three.
The only goal of the third period proved to be the game-winner. After being denied on a breakaway just moments before, Nathan Perrott scored against Peter Budaj at the 15:37 mark of the third. The BEARS fall 32-27-1-0 with the loss.
The BEARS will play the second game of a two-game set at Mile One Stadium Saturday night at 6:05 p.m.