a 7 to 4 game. Although it didn’t look too bright for them at the
beginning of the game Team D won the bronze.
Jesse Wallin and Ryan Barnes were sent to the box for roughing. Their
was a small dispute between them and they had a little WWF going on for
those fans that are both hockey and wrestling fans. Shawn McNeil found
the back of the net for Team D with an assist from Dustin Kuk.
Legace after he had gotten it from Tomas Holmstrom, 2-0 Team D.
on the left side of the net, received a pass from Marc Rodgers, spotting
Anton Borodkin standing wide open on the right side with plenty of
shooting room. Jinman made a beautiful pass to Borodkin who slammed it
home behind Legace who didn’t have a chance of getting over in time for
left. Then it was Chris Osgood’s turn to show Legace that he could make
nice glove saves too when he stoned Alexandre Jacques.
when Pat Verbeek took a shot, hitting Osgood’s pads. Doug Brown was
right there banging at the puck trying to shove it past Osgood. But
Osgood would have no such thing and continued to preserve his shut out.
to screen Osgood and hopefully tip a puck into the net. But Wallin
wouldn’t let Holmstrom take up camp in front of the net tonight. Wallin
played very well defensively making sure everyone knew not to stand in
the slot without expecting to pay for it.
replace Osgood, and Ron Vogel to replace Legace.
the puck past Vogel.
rebound, putting Team D on the board.
Kearns and Wallin. Patterson’s shot went past Villeneuve’s glove and
got stuck in between the netting and the back cross bar.
chance, but Villeneuve stoned him.
and Josh Chambers.
line and hit the boards, the puck bounced off the boards flying back
towards the net hitting Vogel’s skates. Luckily for Vogel it was losing
the power from Murphy’s shot by then and didn’t bounce into the net.
Vogel laid down and covered the puck while Holmstrom dug for it, but
Vogel won the war with the Ref blowing the whistle.
good hay maker. Each went to their respective penalty boxes to sit for
Gilchrist found netting at 11:45 with assists from Kirk Maltby and Pat
again. This time it was Verbeek getting the goal. Maltby received a
pass from Gilchrist and sent the puck sailing in the air towards the
net. Verbeek realizing that it was going wide decided to play a little
baseball and batted the puck past Villeneuve into the net.
back of the net on a power play, his helpers were Josh Chambers and
checking the puck away to the boards helping his team maintain the lead.
With just over a minute left in the game Team C pulled Villeneuve.
unassisted goal making the final score 7 to 4 Team D.