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BRUINS   4   WINGS   4

Wings up 3-1 in the first period.  Bruins roar back and go up 4-3, only to see the Wings tie it up late in the game.  Ryan Boyette with a two goal game for the Wings.  Singles for the Steve’s – Bittner and Bayagich.  Chris Isola(2), John McNeilly and Nate McNaughtry were the Bruins marksman.

HABS   6     SHARKS   6

Defense what defense?  The scorekeeper is filing for workman’s comp for her carpal tunnel issue!  This guy is the real deal!  Mr. Rob Rowling with a huge FIVE goal game!  Talk about power forwards who can skate, shoot and score – you come up with Rob Rowling!  Scott Chodun with the Habs final game tying goal in the games final minute with the goalie pulled.  Robbie Olmstead with three helpers.  Sharks sub Greg Calvin with a two goal game.  Singles for “Midtown” Mikey Brown, Jeff Ivory, Benny Hudson and Donnie Riviera.  Playing a great all-around game “Downtown” Jimmy Brown with the hat trick assist.

HAWKS   2    FLYERS   2

The third tie for the game ones!   Sub Rob Duff scores late in the final period to secure the tie for the Flyers.  Scoring in his third consecutive game – defenseman Danny Rea with a first period goal.  Marty Papesh and sub Scott Davenport tally for the Hawks, who we’re missing their Captain John Shelton today, who was rumored to be on the 19th hole somewhere.  Flyers net-minder Kirk “Captain America” Larson was outstanding in nets once again!

SHARKS   4   WINGS   2

Da Sharks play a solid game and defeat the Wings.  Sub Greg Calvin with the deuce.  What can Brown do for you – as Mike and Jimmy also find the back of the net.  Sharks sub goaler Brian Miller shined in nets!  Ryan Boyette and Mike “Padre” Nalepa tally for the Wings.

BRUINS   5   HAWKS   3

The Hawks go out to an early thee zip lead, only to see the top spot Bruins one again come from behind to procure the W!  John McNeilly with a two goal game for the Bruins.  Mike Garlick(SH), Chris Isola and Dr. Nate with singles.  Reverting back to the days of his youth – Hawks sub Scott Davenport with the natural hat trick in the initial period.  An ugly incident occurred at the ten minute mark of the final period as the Hawks John McNeilly had a breakaway and was absolutely smoked from behind by Hawks sub defensemen “Vin” Scully!  McNeilly went flying into the air sideways, crashing into Hawks goalie “Bruce” Sutter who was down on the ice for five minutes and could not continue the game!  Scully was assessed a body checking minor penalty.  Correct me if I’m wrong, but I thought this was a no-check league?   It’s very probable the Hawks will be seeking their third goalie of the season!  Defenseman Lenny Gerbino finished out the game in nets for the Hawks shutting out the Bruins!  Nice job Lenny!

HABS   5     FLYERS   3

If this sounds familiar – it is!  Mr. Rob Rowling with the tour du chapeau for the Habs for a total of eight goals on the night!  Scott Chodun and playing a great overall game – Mike Wilson also score for the Habs.  Joey Reiss and subs Rob Duff and Sammy Antonucci with the Flyers goals.  Following the game in the lobby, Mr. Reiss had a table set up and was signing autographs for a minimal fee.



Which current NHL defenseman’s Dad played in the NBA?
Name the NHL player and team and his Dad.
Scroll down for the answer.
Seth Jones of the Columbus Blue Jackets.
His Dad Popeye Jones played for several NBA teams and is currently an NBA assistant

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