|Canadian Fantasy Hockey League|
|Now it's time to bring it!!!!!|
|Stats out June 2nd
Boston 6 Washington 5- Marty Lapointe had a superb game for the Caps
but it was the one two punch of Briere and Karyia that sank them.
Briere had a pair of goals including the winner in O.T.
Hartford 3 Buffalo 1- The Whalers marched into Buffalo and stole two
points thanks to back up goalie Markkenan. He made 34 saves and Shane
Doan chipped in with two assists.
Calgary 3 Philly 2- The Flyers scored in the first and the third, but
sandwiched in there were 3 goals by the Flames. Mike Modano had a
goal and added two assits for the Flames.
Toronto 3 Colorado 2- Craig Conroy scored two goals early but the
Leafs battled back with three of their own, led by Fluery Lindros and
Smyth. Broduer looked sharp again.
Detroit 3 St. Louis 2- The newly united FLL line in Detroit sunk the
Blues. Larionov hada goal and assist and Federov also picked up a rare
assists. Suchy also had 2 assists.
Edmonton 4 Los Angeles 2- Kris Beech scored his first ever CFHL goal
and it helped pace the Oilers to the victory. Stumpel and Yachmenev
also had 2 points each.
Vancouver 3 Minnesota 1- Ever since the Canucks acquired both J.S.
Giguere and Samsonov the team has been on a tear. Tonight Samsonov
set up two Machearan goals and Giguere stopped 24 shots for the win.
Montreal 3 New Jersey 3- The Habs let this one slip away. Sheldon
Souray had a season high 2 assits as did Marcel Hossa who had a
game high three assists.
Los Angeles 4 Winnipeg 2- Jamy Jagr scored two times to pull himself
with one goal of Federov for the league lead. Sergi Berezin had a goal
and two assists, and Connoly continues to score.
NYIsalnders 3 Quebec 1- Just when you thought the Nords were coming
on. The Isles scored 2 goals within 40 seconds of each other in the third.
Tomas Kaberle set up both goals.
NYRangers 5 Washington 2- With goalie Curtis Jospeh on the shelf, the
Caps were easy targets tonight. A rare offensive game from McCauly
as he scored twice on shell shocked J-S Aubin.
|Who will be the Champ!!!|
In a season of might bes and could a bins, the Pittsburgh Penguins are beginning to live up to the hype that they we getting when the team was first assembled. Now that all the young players have returned from minor league stints they have reeled of four wins in a row to climb into playoff contention in the Wales Conference. They have a long way to go but with this team it can be accomplished.
There is an old saying in hockey, all a player needs is a change of scenery. That is exactly the case eith L.A. Kings forward Tim Connoly. While he was in Toronto onnoly was stuck on the third lin and could only manage 14 goals in 36 games. Since arriving in southern California he has 13 goals and 23 points in 21 games. The bigger thing is he is playing 22 minutes a game in all situations. This was definatly a great acquisition by gm Hollyoake.