In the first game of part three, Joey’s Penguins traveled to Columbus to take on Rob’s Jackets. The game was pretty uneventful for most of the first period, until Ed Olczyk took a kneeing penalty. 26 seconds later, Ulf Samuelsson was given a major penalty and a game misconduct for checking from behind. On the ensuing five on three advantage, Fedor Tyutin scored to head into the first intermission with the Jackets leading 1-0. The Penguins killed off the remainder of the powerplay in the second period and at 7:17, Kevin Miller tied the game. About a minute later, Ray Whitney gave Columbus back its’ one goal lead. Early in the third, Kevin Miller once again tied the game. Two minutes later, Darius Kasparaitis gave Pittsburgh its’ first lead of the game. Ed Olczyk added a goal to give the Penguins some cushion and a 4-2 win. (more…)
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The Crimespree Hockey tournament kicked off in the World’s Most Famous Arena, Madison Square Garden, where Gabbi’s Rangers hosted Andy’s Bruins. Ted Donato scored the first tournament goal, five minutes into the game, assisted by Patrice Bergeron. Five minutes later, Nathan Horton scored on a P.J. Axelsson rebound to put the Bruins up 2-0. The Rangers’ Eric Christensen cut the lead at 12:29, but Ray Bourque put the Bruins back up by two 34 seconds later. Shortly after, Joe Thornton took a high sticking penalty and the Rangers made them pay when Alexei Kovalev scored on the powerplay. Tim Thomas and Henrik Lundqvist stood on their heads throughout the remainder of the game as the final score was 3-2, Bruins.
Rob’s Blue Jackets traveled to Los Angeles to take on Jeremy’s Kings. From the start, the Kings were ready to go, as they scored two goals in the first 90 seconds (Ferraro and Robitaille). Later in the first, Nikolai Zherdev gave Columbus life as he made the score 2-1. Both the Kings and Jackets traded goals in the second period two minutes apart (by Gretzky and Fritsche) to give a 3-2 LA lead heading into the third. But the third period was all Kings, as Eric Belanger and Gretzky each scored on the powerplay and Kevin Stevens added late goal to give the Kings a 6-2 win. (more…)