Rookie Tournament Results

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  1. henrik0080

    henrik0080 Registered User

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    Would it be possible for people to post rookie tournament results and stats all on one thread? I see there are a few different tournament threads but I am just looking for scores and individual stats. Thanks
     
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    Leafs 2 (Hoffman, Landolt OT) - Ottawa 1 (Desharnais)

    Leafs: From all accounts Leafs D-Man Staffan Kronwall was the most impressive player on the ice showing his experience in Europe has paid dividends. He figured in both goals and stopped everyone on D. Although Alexander Steen did not figure in the scoring he looked dangerous every time he jumped over the boards and on the PP he showed his offensive maturity.

    Sens: Mezaros and Eaves were the most visible Sens.
     
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    Pacific Division tournament starts today (wed 7th)

    Anaheim and LA should be on the ice right now...4:00 pacific...
     
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    Habs rookies won 4-3 in OT against The Panthers in Ottawa tonight.
     
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    what is this tourney? im guessing not every team has a team in the tourney
     
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    It's not one tourney, there are several. Right now for example there's the Pacific Division rookie tournament up in San Jose. LA, SJ, Phoenix, and Anaheim are playing in that one. There's another tournament with Ottawa, Toronto, Carolina, Florida, and Montreal. There's another one in Traverse City with Detroit, Tampa, Atlanta, Minnesota, Washington, and Columbus.
     
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    I'd be happy to post what info is currently available for the Traverse City tournament(btw, Washington dropped out). More details, such as assists, should be out tomorrow sometime, as the Columbus reporting is apparently behind.

    Sept. 6th :
    Columbus(6) vs. Minnesota(2)
    Fritsche (Picard, LaCosta)
    Picard (Fritsche, Pineault)
    Pineault (Fritsche, Picard)
    Fritsche (Harvey)
    Brule (Boll)
    Musselman (Boll)
    LaCosta (14-12), Harvey (12-12)

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    O'Sullivan (Stoner)
    Thelen (Roach, Voloshenko)
    Westblom (15-12), Khudobin (11-8)


    Tampa Bay(5) vs. Atlanta(3)
    Kvapil (unassisted)
    Keller (Elliott)
    Keller (Rosehill)
    Henrich (unassisted)
    Jones (Hrdel, Rogers)
    Cey (31-28)

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    Coburn (Martinelli, Schell)
    Bourret (Lehman)
    Smith (unassisted)
    Savage (25-20)


    Sept. 7th :
    Columbus(8) vs. Tampa Bay(6)
    Platt (Unassisted)
    Platt (Boll, Musselman)
    Pohl (Musselman)
    Platt (Starkov, Wharton)
    Russell (Boll)
    Russell (Platt, Pineault)
    Dupuis (Pohl, Wharton)
    Platt (Brule, Pineault)
    LaCosta (19-15), Harvey (26-24)

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    Kvapil (Rogers)
    Smolenak (Mahalik)
    Keller (Ranger)
    Henrich (Toffey)
    Henrich (Jones)
    Jones (Rogers, Rosehill)
    Beech (41-33)


    Detroit(4) vs. Minnesota(1)
    Himelfarb (Unassisted)
    Jorgensen (P. Jarrett)
    McGrath (Himelfarb, Oulahen)
    Herring (Unassisted)
    Howard (9-9), Koopmans (20-19)

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    Kinkel (Bailey, Kassian)
    Khudobin (19-16), Westblom (8-7)


    ~edit~I found this site http://www.allsports.com/nhl/redwings/ halfway through this post. I dunno if posting stats is a copywrite violation or not. If so, my apologies. I would look there, though, for future updates :)
     
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    So far, the stats for the Bluejackets :

    Platt 4-1-5
    Fritsche 2-2-4
    Pineault 1-3-4
    Boll 0-4-4
    Picard 1-2-3
    Musselman 1-2-3
    Russell 2-0-2
    Brule 1-1-2
    Pohl 1-1-2
    Wharton 0-2-2
    Dupuis 1-0-1
    Starkov 0-1-1
    LaCosta 0-1-1
    Harvey 0-1-1

    LaCosta 33-27
    Harvey 38-36
     
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    Bluejackets lost the last game of the tournament. Injuries to Frische's Shoulder and Pineault's pulled a groin muscle.
     
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    Fritsche, if he continues with this shoulder stuff, will never be an impact player in this league.

    And it's a shame since he has a ton of heart and a great skill set.
     
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