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Live Blog: Soo Greyhounds vs. Barrie Colts (final update)

Saturday, September 28, 2013   by: Brad Coccimiglio

 

 

 

 

To check out the game recap, complete with comments from both coaches, click here

Live Blog from the Essar Centre

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10:06 p.m. Update

Both coaches pleased with the efforts of their respective teams in the game. Check back tonight for a full game story with comments from both coaches

9:38 p.m. Update

Shootout order: Andrwe Fritsch - scores ; Andreas Athanasiou - scores; Sergey Tolchinsky - no goal; Zach Hall - scores; Jared McCann - scores; Mitchell Theoret - scores

Colts win 4-3 thanks to MItchell Theoret;s shootout winner

9:32 p.m. Update

Heading to a shootout

9:28 p.m. Update

Greyhounds to the power play for the final minue...McCann, Tolchinsky, Nurseand Fritsch on the ice

9:20 p,m. Update

The game will be decided in overtime

9:14 p.m. Update

Greyhounds tie things up as Tyler Gaudet drives the net and is stopped but Sergey Tolchinsky scores on the rebound for his third of the night. The goal came as the net came off its pegs but stands. Colts coach Dale HAawechuk isn't happy with the call but it stands

9:10 p.m. Update

Barrie overage forward Mitchell Theoret takes a penalty but the Greyhounds can't capitalize and it remains 3-2 Barrie with just under five minutes remaining

9:00 p.m. Update

With the teams playing four-on-four, Aaron Ekblad takes a penalty. Sergey Tolchinsky scores to cut the BArrie lead to 3-2 with over half the third period to play. Tolchinsky took a feed from Jared McCann and deked Alex Fotinos to the stick side for the goal

8:50 p.m. Update

Greyhounds open the period by killing off what's left of a penalty from the second period for too many men

8:30 p.m. Update

A three-goal period gives Barrie a 3-1 lead through two periods over the Greyhounds. The Greyhounds lead in shots on goal 22-19

Darnell Nurse leads all Greyhounds with 17:21 of ice time while Serey Tolchinsky leads Greyhound forwards through two periods with 16:21

8:18 p.m. Update

Barrie takes a 3-1 lead after Erik Bradford one-times a feed from Dylan Corson

8:10 p.m. Update

Barrie takes the lead after Zach Hall taps in a feed from Mitchell Theoret.. Colts lead 2-1 midway through the second period

8:02 p.m. Update

Barrie gets on the board as Aaron Ekblad hits a one timer from the high slot on a feed from Tyson Fawcett through heavy traffic in front of Matt Murray

7:58 p.m. Update

Barrie heading to a 5-on-3 mn advantage for 1:42 after Greyhound penalties to Karterud and Mallette

7:40 p.m. Update

First period is in the books with the Greyhounds holding a 1-0 lead. Greyhounds are also leading in shots on goal by a 13-8 margin

7:30 p.m. Update

Power play continues for the Greyhounds as Athanasiou takes a penalty at the tail end of the Angiapane penalty

7:27 p.m. Update

Greyhounds up a goal and going back to the man advantage after a kneeing penalty to Andrew Mangiapane

7:20 p.m. Update

Greyhounds take a 1-0 lead as Sergey Tolchinsky scores his third goal of the season on a feed from Jorgen Karterud on a two-on-one after Colts defenceman Michael Webster turned the puck over to Karterud in the neutral zone on the left wing

7:15 p.m. Update

Matt Murray gets his first tugh save out of the way with a stop on Zach HAll in close

7:10 p.m. Update

Game is underway. Greyhounds are heading to the power play just 32 seconds in as Andreas Atanasiou takes  penalty

6:00 p.m. Update

Lineups are set; slight change for the Greyhounds as Mitchell Dempsey is not in the lineup tonight while Trent Mallette is back in. Scratches for the Greyhounds are: Medric Mercier, Colton White, Mitchell Dempsey, Ryan Kirkup, David Miller

Sault lines: Jorgen Karterud-Blake Speers-Sergey Tolchinsky; Patrick Watling-Jared McCann-Andrew Fritsch; Michael Bunting-Trent Mallette-Nick Pastorious; Brandon Hughes-Tyler Gaudet-Dyan Staples...Defence pairings: Kyle Jenkins-Alex Gudbranson; Darnell Nurse-Tyler Ganly; Kevin Spinozzi-Mac Clutsam; Matt Murray gets his third start of the season in goal

Scratches for Barrie: MacKenzie Blackwood, Liam Maaskant, C.J. Garcia, Cody Brown, Matthew Kries, Devon Rymarchuk

Barrie lines: Mitchell Theoret-Andreas Athanasiou-Zach Hall; Brendan Lemieux-Tyson Fawcett-Josh MacDonald; Dylan Corson-Erik Brdford-Kevin Labanc; Justin Scott-Cordel James-Andrew Mangiapane...Defence pairings: Michael Webster-Aaron Ekblad; Jonathan Laser-Jake Dotchin; Josh Carrick-Alex Yuill; Alex Fotinos gets the start in goal

Both teams enter tonight's game coming off games Friday night. The Greyhounds beat North Bay 2-1 at home while the Colts dropped a 5-3 decision in Sudbury

Comments
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Boomboom 9/28/2013 7:36:48 PM Report

Thank you Sootoday for changing the layout on the updates.
I'm In 9/28/2013 11:32:16 PM Report

way to go Boomboon Gefferion
soowat 9/28/2013 11:36:32 PM Report

Who Cares
Koss 9/29/2013 2:29:19 AM Report

Pino's cares
big_dog_1113 9/29/2013 8:13:36 AM Report

Are they going to televise games this year?
Bob the builder 9/29/2013 8:48:47 AM Report

big_dog_ Check your fridge magnet for the televised games.
Cel wood 9/29/2013 10:57:04 AM Report

When will Murray ever learn that he can't come away out of the net in a shoot-out and just skate straight back and not even move on the player coming in to score. He must stay back and at least try to fill the net to stop the shot.

Every other team must love it when it comes down to a shoot-out and they know it's an easy goal!!
JohnG 9/29/2013 4:10:58 PM Report

The Game was lost in the second period.

First, Nurse was continuously out of position being the "hero" making the big rushes up the right side while his co-defenseman had to cover his wrong side and the likes of McCann and Tolchinsky having to drop back to play defense.

This changed in the third period, the coach may have said something to Nurse between periods, because he played position and the Greyhounds caught up

Overall, the Greyhounds played very well and came up against a hot Barrie goaltender. In most cases this game would have been in the win column

Second, a bench penalty is not an asset, you rarely score shorthanded though when it happens, it's quite entertaining.

Third, Murrey has to practice intercepting the puck being passed across the front of the net, approximately half of the goals I have seen scored on him are a result of this type of play.
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