5297Re: [bash-som] Orlando home opener
- Oct 30, 2008I never get tired of winning.
It was amazing how little intimidation there was due to the lack of
On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 1:06 PM, Chris Shaffer <Alliance255@...> wrote:
> I know a win's a win,but don't you get bored taking all those outside
> --- On Wed, 10/29/08, Jason Connor <jconnor@...> wrote:
> From: Jason Connor <jconnor@...>
> Subject: [bash-som] Orlando home opener
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Date: Wednesday, October 29, 2008, 10:32 PM
> Construction on the Knights' new arena in the Sunshine State was
> delayed, but the belated home opener thrilled the home crowd.
> The Knights came out in the trap against the Hornets top line and
> completely shut them down. Then the Knights' 2nd line scored back to
> back goals on the 14th and 15th cards. Derek Roy scored on the
> powerplay (one of Christian Ehrhoff's 3 trips to the sin bin) on an
> inside shot, then off the rush on the faceoff, Roy shot, tried a put
> back, then Corey Perry but another rebound shot past a flopping M-A
> The Knights returned to their trap and shut the Hornets down the rest
> of the first period.
> The 2nd period saw little action until the latter half of the frame
> when Marco Sturm scored (from Perry) on the 20th card. Then as Bobby
> Holik sat in the penalty box, Alexander Frolov got the Hornets on the
> board, (the improbable an unassisted rebound shot).
> The Knights buckled down in the 3rd, settled into their trap, and took
> 15 (mostly outside) shots to the Hornets 7 in the 3rd period. Alex
> Steen got an outside shot by Fleury on a screen late in the game to
> make the score 4-1 and send the Hornets home frustrated.
> The home crowd saw plenty of shots, 37 for the Knights, 30 for the
> Hornets. The Knights were 1 for 5 on the PP. The Hornets were 1 for
> 3 stars:
> Roberto Luongo, 29 saves.
> Alex Steen, 1 goal, stellar defense
> Corey Perry, 1 G , 1A.
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