Richard Jackman profile and the IHL Notebook

By pbadmin

Player: Richard Jackman
Date Of Birth: June 28, 1978
Hometown: Toronto, Ontario
Height: 6′ 2″
Weight: 180
Shoots: Left
Position: Defence

1995-96 Sault Ste Marie OHL 66 13 29 42 97
1996-97 Sault Ste Marie OHL 53 13 34 47 116
1997-98 Sault Ste Marie OHL 60 33 40 73 111
1997-98 Michigan K-Wings IHL 14 1 5 6 10
1998-99 Michigan K-Wings IHL 60 11 14 25 94

Drafted in the 1st round by the Dallas Stars in the 1996 NHL Entry Draft joined Michigan from the Sault Greyhounds. He was voted by coaches to have the OHL’s hardest shot. He was one goal shy of a club record for defenceman. Was an OHL All star last season. Attended the Stars training camp in September.
Jackman has the distinction of being the Stars most talented prospect and maybe their best trade bait for the future. An offensive minded defenceman, Jackman is learning the craft of playing defence in the IHL and is responding well. An excellent skater who rarely is caught out of position. Also posseses a very hard shot that can find the net. He is still learning at the pro level and is responding well and should be in a Stars uniform in no time.

Detroit 4
Orlando 1

Bobby Reynolds, Brian Mueller and Steve Maltais each collected a a goal and an assist as the Vipers defeated the Solar Bears 4-1. Stan Drulia who leads the Vipers in scoring with 70 points also scored for Detroit, which did all its damage in the 1st period. Andre Trefilov needed to make 11 saves to improve to 13-5-1 and help Detroit win for the 9th time in its last 13 games (9-3-1) Curtis Murphy scored the loan Orlando goal giving him 6 points in his last 4 games. David Littman stopped 24 shots for Orlando
Cleveland 1
Michigan 4

Dave Roberts scored twice and Mike Bales stopped 29 shots. Richard Jackman collected a goal and an assits for the K-Wings who moved ahead of Ft Wayne into 1st place in the Central Division. Dave Baseggio scored a power play goal and Mike Tamburro made 34 saves for the Lumberjacks who lost their 4th straight.
Indianapolis 4
Ft, Wayne 0

Geoff Sarjeant turned away 30 shots including 13 in the 3rd. Dave Hymovitz tallied his 42nd of the year (2nd in league) , Patrick Boileau Eric Andresson and Colin Pepperall rounded out the rest of the scoring. the Komets are winless in their last 5 games.
Manitoba 4
Houston 3 overtime
Cincinnati 0
Kansas City 3

Chicago 3
Milwaukee 2 overtime

Utah 2
Las Vegas 3 overtime

Recaps are not available at this time for the rest of the games. I will have them tomorrow in tomorrow nites IHL scoreboard, sorry for any inconvience this may have caused our IHL readers

Here are the game recaps for the rest of the games played Friday March 26, 1999
Cincinnati 1
Indianapolis 2
Cail MacLean and Patrick Boileau scored shoot out goals and Geoff Sarjent stopped 39 shots in regulation and 4-5 in the shoot out. Scott Morrow replied for the Cincinnati Cyclones with his 26th. Bob Lachance scored the other Ice goal.

Ft. Wayne 2
Grand Rappids 4
Joe Fredrick had 2 goals and an assist as Grand Rapids ended a four game losing streak. Mickey Elick and Brent Peterson scored the other Grand Rapid goals. Brad Purdie and Eric Boguniecki tallied for the Komets who lost their 20th road loss of the season

Milwaukee 3
Michigan 2
Jason Cipolla, Richard Lintner and Jeff Daniels each notched shoot out goals for Michigan which halted a 3 game winning streak at home. Jeff Nelson and Aaron Gavey replied for the Admirals

Manitoba 2
Houston 3
Manny Fernadez stopped 25 shots and turned 3 of 4 in the shootout to lead the Aeroes past the Moose 3-2. Scott Thomas got his 40th of the season and Patrice Tardiff got the other Manitoba goal. Bill Huard and Zav Boyer replied for Houston

Kansas City 4
Utah 2
Vlastimal Kroupa, Jean Guy Trudel, Dale Craigwell, Brendan Yarema tallied the goals for the Blades while Rob Bonneau, and Micah Aivazoff replied for Utah. Patrick Lalime turned aside 28 shots for the win

Las Vegas 5
Long Beach 3
Chris Taylor collected a goal and 2 assists to lead the Thunder to a 5-3 win. Konstantin Simchuk turned aside 18 shots to improve to 7-6-1. Pavel Rosa notched 2 goals and an asist for Long Beach which had a 4 game road unbeaten streak snapped. Patrice Lefebvre added 2 assists and Ryan Bach stopped 31 shots for Long Beach

3 teams with losing records in the regular season have gone on to win the turner Cup. the Indianapolis Chiefs were 28-30-6 (.484) when they won in 1958, the Port Huron Flags were 25-36-11 (.423) when they won in 1971 and the Toledo Goaldiggers were 34-38-4 (.461) when they won in 1975