Farmville updates Part II

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    http://nesn.com/2014/02/providence-bruins-providing-nhl-roster-with-valuable-depth-video/

     
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    P-BRUINS DEFEAT FALCONS 3-2

    Florek Scores Game Winner In Eight Round Shootout

    Springfield, MA – 
    The Providence Bruins defeated the Springfield Falcons 3-2 in a shootout Saturday evening.  Seth Griffith and Alexander Khokhlachev scored in regulation, while Griffith and Justin Florek tallied in the shootout for the P-Bruins.  Malcolm Subban made 29 saves in the victory.

    The P-Bruins began the scoring at the 2:57 mark of the opening period, when Griffith scored his 12
    th goal of the season, while on the Power Play.  Griffith scored off the rebound on a shot from Ryan Spooner Florek picked up the second assist.  The Falcons tied the game at one at the 15:10 mark, while on the power play.  Ryan Craig tallied his ninth goal of the season, with Carter Camper and Jack Skille grabbing the assists.  The game went into the first intermission tied at one.

    Providence retook the lead at the 6:16 mark of the second period, when Khokhlachev scored his 15
    th goal of the season. Ben Youds fed Khokhlachev as he broke away, beating Falcons net minder Mike McKenna under his glove.  Matt Lindblad had the second assist, as the P-Bruins led 2-1 going into the second intermission.

    The Falcons tied the game up at the 13:14 mark of the third period. 
     Sean Collins deflected the puck past Subban for his tenth goal of the season.  Andrew Joudrey shot the puck which was deflected by Collins into the net.  Will Weberrecorded the second assist as the game went into overtime tied at two.

    After a scoreless overtime the game went into a shootout that went eight rounds.
      Camper gave the Falcons the lead scoring in the second round, before Griffith tied the shootout with a goal in round four.  Florek scored the game winner beating McKenna off his backhand, putting the puck top shelf and giving the P-Bruins the 3-2 shootout victory.

    Subban stopped 29 of 31 shots for the P-Bruins, while McKenna made 27 saves for the Falcons. Providence went 1-for-3 on the Power Play and 4-for-5 on the Penalty Kill.

     
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    Malcom's SV% pretty impressive every month .921, .956 and .917. His GAA hovers around 2.25/2.27. PC has two strengths down in Providence with defenseman and goaltending.

     
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    Anyone seen Spooner since he went back to the A?  Seems like his scoring pace is down, he has no goals and only five all year. Could be just a question of the lines, but you always want to see the guy who gets a real look in the NHL elevate his game vs the A competition if he goes back.  It suggests he learned something from the experience.  The drop off in goals does make me wonder, too, if he's playing too much of a pass first game and not being aggressive and going to the middle of the ice.  All things you need to see him to check out.

     
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    In response to Bookboy007's comment:
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    Anyone seen Spooner since he went back to the A?  [/QUOTE]



     

     

     

    He's still perfecting his 10 o'clock 2 o'clock shift move.

     
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    In response to 50belowzero's comment:[QUOTE] Anyone seen Spooner since he went back to the A?  [/QUOTE]

    He's still perfecting his 10 o'clock 2 o'clock shift move.[/QUOTE]


    Yah KoKo's move but Ryan uses it every chance now, kind gives him a view to see who else has crossed the blueline with him. I read that Spooner lost like 10Lbs right before he got sent down from an already 185lb frame. And was sick his 1st two weeks back in Providence.

    Spooner's PPG linemate Fraser has a knee injury.

     
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    Yah KoKo's move but Ryan uses it every chance now, kind gives him a view to see who else has crossed the blueline with him. I read that Spooner lost like 10Lbs right before he got sent down from an already 185lb frame. And was sick his 1st two weeks back in Providence.

    Spooner's PPG linemate Fraser has a knee injury.

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    Uhhhh...........no . You have it backwards.

    Spooner used that move in junior all the time. Koko ? I don't recall seeing him using it very much in junior. If Koko's using it now he has incorporated it into his package by seeing Spooner do it.

     
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    No way for you to prove that I didn't see KoKo do it before he was every in Canada. Even if you went back two years on one of your famous BDC bookmarks. If KoKo were Canadian there would have been no response from you.

    Another epic fail from Bigot Troll.

     
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    In response to SanDogBrewin's comment:
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    No way for you to prove that I didn't see KoKo do it before he was every in Canada. 

    [/QUOTE]

    Now that's just dumb. 

    Me posting in the past about Spooner's 10 to 2 move. Numerous.

    Me posting about Koko's 10 to 2 move. Never. 

    I watch at least 150+ OHL games a year. And you ?

    Your opinion regarding this topic is that of a "phony pretender". Easy to pick out when someone has no clue what he's talking about.


     

     
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    In response to Chowdahkid-'s comment:[QUOTE]

    Now that's just dumb. 

    Me posting in the past about Spooner's 10 to 2 move. Numerous.

    Me posting about Koko's 10 to 2 move. Never.[/QUOTE]


    And you still can't prove that KoKo didn't do it in Russia before hand. You never bringing it up before means nothing.

    Once again happily trolling American posters and non-Canadian players.

     
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    And you still can't prove that KoKo didn't do it in Russia before hand. You never bringing it up before means nothing.

     

    [/QUOTE]



    So what you're saying is :

    1) He left the OHL without using his 10-2 move.

    2) Picked up the 10-2 move in Russia.

    3 ) Returned to the OHL a second time and proceded to not use it again there. ( obviously something you forgot )

    4) And now he's back to using it playing in the AHL.


    Makes sense.........let me think about this ................BWAAHAHAHA. 

    My apologies ! BWAHAHAHA.

     
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    P-Bruins weekend plusses and minuses

     "It looked like the 22nd weekend of the season might be a rough one for the Providence Bruins after they laid an egg in a 4-2 loss to Bridgeport on Friday night. But they turned it around by grabbing shootout wins against Springfield and Albany, courtesy of some stellar work in goal by Malcolm Subban and the sharpshooting of Seth Griffith, Justin Florek and Anthony Camara. Providence gained ground in the playoff race, moving up to sixth place in the Eastern Conference. My take on the good, the bad and the ugly.

     Good

     *** Malcolm Subban has now stopped 10 shooters in a row in the shootout. Of the 12 shooters he faced on Saturday and Sunday, only ex-teammate Carter Camper beat him. He has won seven of his last nine starts.

     *** David Warsofsky was flying on Sunday with a goal and an assist, plus-2 and 4 shots on goal.

     ***Providence leads the AHL with 10 shootout wins.

     *** Seth Griffith scored a first-period goal on Saturday, then added another in the shootout.

    *** Mike Moore’s six goals is a career high.

     *** The P-Bruins still have five games left against Worcester, which could be helpful in the playoff race. They are 6-1 against the Sharks so far.

     *** Fourth-line center Scott Campbell scored a goal on Friday and added an assist on Sunday.

     *** The P-Bruins could get Zach Trotman and Nick Johnson back next weekend.

     *** Providence beat the goalie with the AHL’s third-best goals-against average, Mike McKenna, on Saturday and the netminder with the sixth-best, Keith Kincaid, on Sunday.

     Bad

     *** With players likes Nick Johnson, Matt Fraser, Joe Morrow and Zach Trotman injured, the power play continues to struggle. After holding steady at fifth in the league for weeks, the PP has slipped to eighth after going 1 for 13 on the weekend.

     *** Providence gave up 4 power play goals in 3 games.

     Ugly

     *** Ryan Spooner and Jared Knight have now gone 33 straight games without a goal. Spooner’s streak includes  22 NHL games.

     *** The injury list: Nick Johnson and Joe Lavin (upper body), Alex Fallstrom, Zach Trotman, Andrew Cherniwchan (shoulders), Joe Morrow and Matt Fraser (knees)."

     

    Sweethands is back!

     
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    In response to SanDogBrewin's comment:
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     Ugly

     *** Ryan Spooner and Jared Knight have now gone 33 straight games without a goal. Spooner’s streak includes  22 NHL games.

    [/QUOTE]


    Wow. Well, at least maybe they're playing themselves out as trade bait, and then any upside will benefit the Bs and not some other club.

     
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    In response to Chowdahkid-'s comment:
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    In response to SanDogBrewin's comment:



    And you still can't prove that KoKo didn't do it in Russia before hand. You never bringing it up before means nothing.

     

    [/QUOTE]



    So what you're saying is :

    1) He left the OHL without using his 10-2 move.

    2) Picked up the 10-2 move in Russia.

    3 ) Returned to the OHL a second time and proceded to not use it again there. ( obviously something you forgot )

    4) And now he's back to using it playing in the AHL.


    Makes sense.........let me think about this ................BWAAHAHAHA. 

    My apologies ! BWAHAHAHA.

    [/QUOTE]

    Now stop fighting guys....I saw it in a scouting report, hockey's future? or somewhere so yes Koko has the move too.  No need to hijack a thread over who did it first or more

     
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    @cupofchowdah

    "Meanwhile in Providence, the #PBruins are winning 9-1 and Seth Griffith has a hat trick..."

    PRO: S. Griffith (07:36 1st) , T. Randell (16:39 1st) , J. Knight (07:03 2nd) , S. Griffith (09:22 2nd) , S. Griffith (16:57 2nd) , T. Randell (17:58 2nd) , S. Griffith (00:37 3rd) , D. Warsofsky (01:35 3rd) , A. Khokhlachev (04:51 3rd)

     
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    In response to SanDogBrewin's comment:
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    @cupofchowdah

    "Meanwhile in Providence, the #PBruins are winning 9-1 and Seth Griffith has a hat trick..."

    PRO: S. Griffith (07:36 1st) , T. Randell (16:39 1st) , J. Knight (07:03 2nd) , S. Griffith (09:22 2nd) , S. Griffith (16:57 2nd) , T. Randell (17:58 2nd) , S. Griffith (00:37 3rd) , D. Warsofsky (01:35 3rd) , A. Khokhlachev (04:51 3rd)

    [/QUOTE]


    San, who do you see making the big club next year?

     
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    Seth always was a good finisher with the Knights.

     
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    In response to Bruinfaninnewjersey's comment:[QUOTE]

    nce, the #PBruins are winning 9-1 and Seth Griffith has a hat trick..."

    PRO: S. Griffith (07:36 1st) , T. Randell (16:39 1st) , J. Knight (07:03 2nd) , S. Griffith (09:22 2nd) , S. Griffith (16:57 2nd) , T. Randell (17:58 2nd) , S. Griffith (00:37 3rd) , D. Warsofsky (01:35 3rd) , A. Khokhlachev (04:51 3rd) [/QUOTE]


    San, who do you see making the big club next year? [/QUOTE]


    I think Florek will possibly be the extra forward. Depending on what PC does with Bartkowski at the draft or this summer, there was speculation he was part of another deal at the deadline, I think Trotman has a chance as the extra defenseman in September.

    Bonuses paid out for some of this years players will effect next years Bs payroll even though the cap is going up to $71M. This will effect who PC re-signs, moves out and promotes internally. If Chiarelli follows through with what he said last September, Spooner should be riding with Soderberg and Eriksson next season.

     
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    A lot will depend on Iginla.  Basically, the Bruins are eating up about $4.5M of that Cap increase in bonuses for Iginla and maybe Krug.  If they bring Iginla back for another year on a similar deal, they can again defer the bonuses to the following year.  Smith and Krug need deals, though, and they'll have to decide if Meszaros is worth re-signing.  All of that means they'l have to think long and hard about how they create cap space for those deals.  Kelly and Boychuk are the most vulnerable trade bait, and if they go, it would have to be to create room for guys on EL deals.  That's Florek, Trotman, Spooner and whoever else has a good camp.

     
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    "The Providence Bruins finished the 23rd weekend of the season on a high note, with a 9-3 rout of Adirondack on Sunday, getting terrific performances from rookies Alex Khoklachev and Seth Griffith and second-year pros Tyler Randell and Jared Knight. After a shootout loss to Worcester on Friday and a loss at Manchester on Saturday, Sunday’s win gave Providence 3 of a possible 6 points for the weekend. My take on the good, the bad and the ugly.

    Good

    *** Providence held its ground in the playoff race, finishing the weekend in sixth place with 72 points. They are five points ahead of the ninth-place team, Hershey.

    *** When Jared Knight scored in the second period on Sunday, he shattered a streak of 35 games without a goal. Earlier in the game, he set up Tyler Randell for Providence’s first score. Knight was plus-4 and had 5 shots on goal.

    *** What a weekend for Alex Khoklachev, Providence hottest player. He had a goal and an assist on both Friday and Saturday, and a goal and four assists on Sunday for 3-6-9 in 3 games. He has 8-12-20 in his last 14 games. Koko is the P-Bruins’ leading scorer with 18-28-46 and plus-13 in 51 games. He is fourth in the AHL in rookie scoring.

    *** Seth Griffith scored a goal and an assist on Friday, an assist on Saturday and then 4 goals and an assist on Sunday. He has 6-3-9 in his last 5 games and is second on the team in scoring with 17-22-39 in 54 games.

    *** Tyler Randell recorded his second Gordie Howe hat trick of the season on Sunday with 2 goals, 1 assist and a fight.

    *** Providence was 4 for 5 on the power play on Sunday, and 6 for 11 for the weekend. The P-Bruins are fifth (21.5%) in the AHL on the PP.

    *** With his goal on Friday night, Ryan Spooner broke a streak of 33 games (22 NHL and 11 AHL) without one.

    *** Mike Moore scored his career-high seventh goal on Friday night.

    *** Nine of Providence’s final 15 games are at home. Eight of their last 15 are against teams that will not make the playoffs.

    Bad

    *** The P-Bruins went 0-for-4 against Troy Grosenick of Worcester in the shootout in losing on Friday night.

    *** Providence came out of the first period in Manchester with a 1-0 lead, but gave up 19 shots and 3 goals in the second period on the way to a 4-2 loss.

    *** Saturday’s loss dropped Providence’s record against AHL-leading Manchester to 3-7.

    Ugly

    *** The injury list: Nick Johnson (upper body), Alex Fallstrom and Andrew Cherniwchan (shoulders), Joe Morrow and Matt Fraser (knees)."

     

    http://ahl.neulion.com/ahl/video/providence-bruins-vs-adirondack-phantoms/9429?

    Highlights of the Seth Griffith show!

     

    @MarkDivver

    "Alex Khokhlachev is AHL player of the week after putting up 3-6-9 in 3 games for @AHLBruins over the weekend."

     
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    So is now a good time to re-bring up the Koko vs. Spooner thread?

     

     

    In response to SanDogBrewin's comment:
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    "The Providence Bruins finished the 23rd weekend of the season on a high note, with a 9-3 rout of Adirondack on Sunday, getting terrific performances from rookies Alex Khoklachev and Seth Griffith and second-year pros Tyler Randell and Jared Knight. After a shootout loss to Worcester on Friday and a loss at Manchester on Saturday, Sunday’s win gave Providence 3 of a possible 6 points for the weekend. My take on the good, the bad and the ugly.

    Good

    *** Providence held its ground in the playoff race, finishing the weekend in sixth place with 72 points. They are five points ahead of the ninth-place team, Hershey.

    *** When Jared Knight scored in the second period on Sunday, he shattered a streak of 35 games without a goal. Earlier in the game, he set up Tyler Randell for Providence’s first score. Knight was plus-4 and had 5 shots on goal.

    *** What a weekend for Alex Khoklachev, Providence hottest player. He had a goal and an assist on both Friday and Saturday, and a goal and four assists on Sunday for 3-6-9 in 3 games. He has 8-12-20 in his last 14 games. Koko is the P-Bruins’ leading scorer with 18-28-46 and plus-13 in 51 games. He is fourth in the AHL in rookie scoring.

    *** Seth Griffith scored a goal and an assist on Friday, an assist on Saturday and then 4 goals and an assist on Sunday. He has 6-3-9 in his last 5 games and is second on the team in scoring with 17-22-39 in 54 games.

    *** Tyler Randell recorded his second Gordie Howe hat trick of the season on Sunday with 2 goals, 1 assist and a fight.

    *** Providence was 4 for 5 on the power play on Sunday, and 6 for 11 for the weekend. The P-Bruins are fifth (21.5%) in the AHL on the PP.

    *** With his goal on Friday night, Ryan Spooner broke a streak of 33 games (22 NHL and 11 AHL) without one.

    *** Mike Moore scored his career-high seventh goal on Friday night.

    *** Nine of Providence’s final 15 games are at home. Eight of their last 15 are against teams that will not make the playoffs.

    Bad

    *** The P-Bruins went 0-for-4 against Troy Grosenick of Worcester in the shootout in losing on Friday night.

    *** Providence came out of the first period in Manchester with a 1-0 lead, but gave up 19 shots and 3 goals in the second period on the way to a 4-2 loss.

    *** Saturday’s loss dropped Providence’s record against AHL-leading Manchester to 3-7.

    Ugly

    *** The injury list: Nick Johnson (upper body), Alex Fallstrom and Andrew Cherniwchan (shoulders), Joe Morrow and Matt Fraser (knees)."

     

    http://ahl.neulion.com/ahl/video/providence-bruins-vs-adirondack-phantoms/9429?

    Highlights of the Seth Griffith show!

     

    @MarkDivver

    "Alex Khokhlachev is AHL player of the week after putting up 3-6-9 in 3 games for @AHLBruins over the weekend."

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    The Providence Bruins took care of business on the 24th weekend of the season. After winning just 1 of a possible 4 points on Friday and Saturday, the P-Bruins made sure they earned 2 points on Sunday with a 3-2 overtime win over Hartford. They finished the weekend where they started it – in sixth place in the Eastern Conference and five points ahead of ninth-place Hershey. My take on the good, the bad and the ugly.

    Good

    *** With 12 games left – 7 at home and 5 on the road – Providence’s magic number to clinch a playoff spot is 24 points.

    *** Seth Griffith, who is up to 19 goals, continues to put together an excellent rookie season. With snipes on Saturday and Sunday, he has 8 goals in his last 8 games. And he made a slick, David Krejci-like dish to Alex Khokhlachev for the OT winner on Sunday.

    *** Ryan Spooner had a strong weekend with 2-3-5 and 16 shots on goal in 3 games.

    *** Providence’s power play had a great weekend – 1 for 3 on Friday, 1 for 5 on Saturday, 2 for 6 on Sunday. They have the best road power play in the AHL, clicking at 25.5 percent. Overall, they are second in the league at 21.9 percent.

    *** Matt Lindblad got his first taste of NHL action in Boston on Saturday, then came back down to Providence and scored his first goal in 14 games just 21 seconds into Sunday’s game.

    *** Alex Khokhlachev cooled slightly from his torrid pace with three points and a minus-two in three games, but he buried the OT winner on Sunday.

    *** The P-Bruins killed all 7 Hartford power plays on Sunday. The PK is now 23rd in the AHL at 80.3 percent, a solid improvement from early in the season.

    *** Bobby Robins had a terrific heavyweight bout with Worcester nemesis Jimmy Bonneau on Friday, then fought Hartford’s Michael Haley twice on Sunday. And, as usual, he rattled the boards with opponents’ bodies on the forecheck.

    Bad

    *** David Warsofsky was lost to a hand injury on Friday night. It’s not clear how much time he will miss.

    *** Providence blew a one-goal lead in the final minute twice over the weekend, with 54 seconds left on Friday night and with 46 seconds left on Sunday.

    Ugly

    *** A little over a minute after Seth Griffith tied the game late in the second period in Springfield on Saturday night, a blown icing call by a linesman opened the door for a Falcons goal that put the P-Bruins behind for good.

    *** The injury list: David Warsofsky (hand), Nick Johnson (upper body), Alex Fallstrom and Andrew Cherniwchan (shoulders), Joe Morrow and Matt Fraser (knees)."

     

    @MarkDivver

    Joe Morrow (knee) is possible for next weekend. Matt Fraser (knee) not likely to return until April. Nick Johnson (upper body) probably will return this weekend, though maybe not until Sunday.

    Draft pick Ben Sexton of Clarkson to join @AHLBruins this weekend. Contract status -- PTO, ATO or ELC -- still undecided, says Don Sweeney."

     

    @MarkDivver: Peter Chiarelli says Boston has its eyes on 2 or 3 NCAA free agents who are still playing as of this weekend."

     
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    http://bruins.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=710297

    Prospect outlook

    http://bruins.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=710298

    First year pros developing their roles.

     
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    McKenzie says Christian Folin from Umass Lowell is garnering interest from the Bruins.   http://viewfrom123.com/2014/03/christian-folin-atop-college-unrestricted-free-agent-list/



     

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