Nigel Dawes seems to be one of those players who has trouble translating success in the American Hockey League to the NHL. He’s not big at 5’9”, but he’s a solid 200 pounds. He’s a good skater, strong on the puck, a willing participant in the physical nature of the game and has great hands. He has 109 goals and 215 points in 221 AHL games. Despite all that, he is in his fifth organization in five years as a professional.
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The Hamilton Bulldogs lost their fifth game in a row and their seventh of the last eight games, bowing to the Grand Rapids Griffins 5-3 in Grand Rapids Wednesday night. Because of injuries, five members of the Bulldogs are with the parent Canadiens getting ready to play the Edmonton Oilers Thursday. In the losing cause,
The Lake Erie Monsters broke open a tie game with three unanswered goals in the third period en route to a 4-1 win over the Hamilton Bulldogs. The game was played in Cleveland. It marked the second time in seventy-two hours Hamilton was beaten by Lake Erie. On Thursday, Lake Erie ended the Bulldogs six
The Canadiens acquired right wing Aaron Palushaj from the St. Louis Blues in return for a struggling Matt D’Agostini in march of last year. A former teammate of Max Pacioretty at the University of Michigan, Palushaj came to the Canadiens organization highly praised fr his on-ice vision and scoring touch. The 5’11”, 183 pound Palushaj
The Hamilton Bulldogs defeated the Adirondack Phantoms 4-3 in a shootout on Saturday night. Trailing 3-1 with five minutes remaining in regulation time Hamilton got goals 1:27 apart from Kyle Klubertanz and Hunter Bishop to tie the game and send it to overtime and eventually the shootout. In the shootout Aaron Palushaj and Dustin Boyd
For the third time in four games the Hamilton Bulldogs were sent to a shootout to decide a game against the Manitoba Moose. Wednesday night at Copps Coliseum in Hamilton, Aaron Palushaj, Ryan Russell and Alexander Avtsin scored as Hamilton won the shootout round 3-1 and the ame 5-4. Last week in Winnipeg, Manitoba recorded back to back 4-3 shootout wins against Hamilton.