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Game 6, June 13, Laval vs Springfield, 7 PM


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(Lines are from last game)

 

Harvey-Pinard - Paquette - Belzile

Bourque - Dea - K. Roy

Teasdale - Martel - Ylonen
Condotta - Schnarr - Smith-Pelly

 

Ouellet - Belpedio
Schueneman - Paquette-Bisson
Niku - Dello

 

Primeau

 

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Neal- Peca - Todd
Kostin - Alexandrov - Anas
MacEachern - Joshua - Bitten
McGing - Kaspick - Witkowski

 

Tucker - Lyle
Rosen - Santini
Cross - Kessel

 

Hofer

 

Puck drop is at 7:00 PM and can be listened to here.  The game can also be seen on RDS.

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Six minutes on penalty kill (DSP called for a double minor for high-sticking) but the Rocket survived that. Scoreless at the end of the first, shots 9-5 for Springfield.

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Survived is a good term for that period.  I'm not sure Hofer even broke a sweat; the puck was almost always in Laval's zone or being fetched after a Laval icing.

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Ylonen is out for the rest of the game, here's why.

 

 

Martel was gifted a giveaway from Cross early in the period and Laval is up 1-0 after 40 minutes.

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Martel has been impressive in the playoffs (9g+5a in 15 games). Unlikely that he has any long-term NHL potential though.

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1 - 0 after second

 

2-0 early in third

 

Martel makes it 3 - 0 with his second of the game with 11:09 remaining

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Peca makes it 3 - 1 just under 5 minutes left

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5 - 1
Condotta deflects Ouellet shot on a PP in the last minute

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Game 7

 

Wednesday

 

:clap:

 

 

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1 hour ago, dlbalr said:

Survived is a good term for that period.  I'm not sure Hofer even broke a sweat; the puck was almost always in Laval's zone or being fetched after a Laval icing.

I think Hofer is officially rattled now. After allowing only five goals in his first four playoff games, he has given up 11 in four games against the Rocket. And he lost his cool in game four already. The Rocket needs to keep putting traffic in front of him, and they can take the seventh game.

 

Shots and goals in the third period:

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17 minutes ago, tomh009 said:

I think Hofer is officially rattled now ...

 

Hofer or Lindgren Wednesday night?

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1 hour ago, dlbalr said:

 

thanks @dlbalr, good recap.

 

I watched two periods and found that Smith-Pelley was doing the veteran thing the few times he was on the ice. I liked seeing that.

 

Primeau was so calm, well positioned and great rebound control like you wrote.

 

I didn't see Ylonen's injury, I hope he doesn't have long term symptoms. He has been just ok in the few playoff games I've watched and for me it is more important he gets ready for training camp than playing hurt in the series.

 

I still like Niku's game, Fairbrother looked fine in the few shifts I saw him in.

 

Game 7 should be lots of fun to watch Wednesday.

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