Vancouver Canucks forward Alexandre Burrows has been suspended for three games, without pay, for Thursday night’s late, illegal check to the head of Montreal Canadiens defenseman Alexei Emelin.
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The incident was reminiscent of the Brandon Prust hit on Derek Stepan in Game Three of the Eastern Conference final against the New York Rangers last May for which Prust was suspended two games..
The Canadiens once again mounted a third period comeback but it fell short when Daniel Sedin scored a power play goal in overtime to give the Canucks a 3-2 victory in Vancouver. With the overtime point the Habs finish their three game Western Canadian swing with a 1-1-1 record and after eleven games this season they are 8-2-1.
The Canadiens third line is expected to produce a mixture of defense and offense. It has done neither through the first ten games of the season. Head coach Michel Therrien finally pulled the plug and will sit third-line centre Lars Eller in the Vancouver press box Thursday night.
The Canadiens will attempt to bring a winning record home from their Western Canada road trip with a win over the Vancouver Canucks on Thursday night. After dropping a 3-0 decision to the Edmonton Oilers Monday night, the Canadiens bounced back with a 2-1 shootout win Tuesday in Calgary. Carey Price will against be in goal for the Canadiens. Ryan Miller for Vancouver.
I’m not sure how Michel Therrien likes to divide up his season. When he was running the team in the 1970’s , Scotty Bowman used to set team goals based on ten game segments. If Therrien is operating on the same basis, he probably is ecstatic about the overall 8-2-0 result, but not the path
The Hamilton Bulldogs came from behind with goals 54 seconds apart early in the second period and goaltender Mike Condon did the rest in a 3-1 win over the Charlotte Checkers. Chad Larose opened the scoring for the Carolina Hurricanes affiliate with nine seconds remaining in the first period. After that it was all Hamilton.
The Rochester Americans came from behind a 2-0 deficit to edge the Hamilton Bulldogs 3-2 Wednesday night in Rochester. All five of the game’s goals came in a span of 6:16 in the second period. The Bulldogs took a 2-0 lead on goals by T.J. Hensick and Sven Andrighetto. The Americans roared back with three
Canadiens 2014 draft choice Daniel Audette was named the Canadian Hockey League (CHL) player of the week Tuesday beating out among others, junior superstar Connor McDavid of the OHL Erie Otters. For the week ending October 26th, Audette scored four goals and six assists for ten points in three games for the Quebec League’s Sherbrooke
The San Antonio Rampage made it two wins over the Bulldogs in 22 hours with a 5-2 win Sunday afternoon in Hamilton. Goals 49 seconds apart in the second period broke a tie game open for the Rampage, who are the AHL affiliate of the Florida Panthers.
The Hamilton Bulldogs were beaten 4-2 by the San Antonio Rampage Saturday night at FirstOntario Centre in Hamilton. It was the Bulldogs first loss in regulation time this season. Bulldogs goaltender Mike Condon faced 42 shots in the loss.
Led by two goals from Eric Tangredi, the Hamilton Bulldogs defeated the Toronto Marlies 4-1 Friday night in Markham Ontario. It is the first of three games for the Bulldogs this weekend in less than 72 hours. Hamilton now has a recorfd of 2-0-2 to start their 2014-2015 season.
The Hamilton Bulldogs got a taste of the new American Hockey League experimental overtime rules this weekend. Both of Hamilton’s games went into overtime and the Bulldogs lost both of them in the 3-on-3 segment of the extra period.
Three-on-three hockey hasn’t been what the Hamilton Bulldogs would want. For the second straight night, the Bulldogs were forced into overtime and lost the game when the overtime extended from the 4-on-4 stage to 3-on-3. Rockford centre Peter Regin scored at 5:25 of the overtime to give the IceHogs a 2-1 victory before 2,250 fans