CS Hockey Tournament: Part III

Posted: July 14, 2011 by Crimespree Hockey in Fantasy Hockey
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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.

Next, Gabbi’s Rangers hosted Jeremy’s Kings. The Rangers got started quick as the Rangers won the opening faceoff, leading to a Derek Stepan goal seven seconds into the game.  The Rangers held the lead for most of the game thanks to Henrik Lundqvist, who turned away 35 Kings shots throughout the game. But early in the third, Kevin Stevens beat his old club and tied the game.  Midway through the third, 40 seconds apart, both Luc Robitaille and Dustin Brown beat Lundqvist to give the Kings a 3-1 lead, one which Los Angeles would keep until the final buzzer.

Last, but not least, the Bruins and Flyers tangled at the TD Garden.  Both Tim Thomas and Roman Cechmanek were on their “A” Games.  Dave Andreychuk finally opened scoring 11 minutes into the second period.  The Flyers finally caught a break when Travis Green took a holding penalty at 16:29.  Eric Lindros scored on the powerplay 15 seconds later to knot the game at 1.  The Bruins’ Joe Juneau scored in the third period to make the game 2-1.  Tim Thomas continued to stand on his head, stopping 35 shots and earning player of the game.

Standings…W-L-OTL…Pts…GF-GA
Boston…2-0-1…5…7-6
Los Angeles…2-1-0…4…11-7
Philadelphia…2-1-0…4…7-4
Pittsburgh…2-1-0…4…7-6
Columbus…1-2-0…2…8-11
New York…0-3-0…0…4-10

Scoring Leaders
Gretzky (LA) 3-2-5
Robitaille (LA) 2-3-5
Gagne (Phi) 0-4-4
Bourque (Bos) 2-1-3
Olczyk (Pit) 2-1-3
K. Stevens (LA) 2-1-3
Tyutin (Cbj) 2-1-3
Zherdev (Cbj) 2-1-3

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