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Old 12-21-2018, 09:02 PM   #201
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Heat lose in OT. Final score 8-7.

Gillies made 37 saves on 48 shots.
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Old 12-21-2018, 09:03 PM   #202
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Jon Gillies has had as many games this season in which he has let in 5 or more goals (4 times) as he has had games in which he has a .900 or higher save percentage in a full game (4 times).

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Old 12-22-2018, 01:09 AM   #203
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Is it strange they didn’t pull Gillies and put in Parsons at some point? No confidence in him or maybe he’s not 100%? Either way another tough night for Gillies.
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Old 12-22-2018, 03:57 PM   #204
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Is it strange they didnít pull Gillies and put in Parsons at some point? No confidence in him or maybe heís not 100%? Either way another tough night for Gillies.
High goals against does not always mean it was the goalies fault. Clearly the Stockton team defense has struggled for a lot of this year. I didnít watch the game so I donít know who was responsible for the goals but itís not always correct to assume the goalie was the biggest problem.
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Old 12-22-2018, 08:32 PM   #205
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Heat win 5-1. Parsons with his first win in his first game back from injury since October 21. 31 saves on 32 shots.

Hat trick + an assist for Graovac against his former team. All of Graovac's goals were shorthanded.

1st
No Scoring
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0:29 STK Tyler Graovac (8) ASST: Buddy Robinson (12), Rinat Valiev (5) (SH)
10:50 IA Louie Belpedio (3) ASST: Justin Kloos (11), Matt Read (6)
12:19 STK Spencer Foo (9) ASST: Dillon Dube (7), Tyler Graovac (13) (PP)
3rd
5:07 STK Tyler Graovac (9) ASST: Buddy Robinson (13) (SH)
7:40 STK Brett Pollock (1) ASST: Matthew Phillips (6)
19:11 STK Tyler Graovac (10) ASST: None (EN, SH)

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Old 12-22-2018, 09:13 PM   #206
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Nice comeback for Parsons after missing 2 months.
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Shorthanded hat-trick? I googled it and but dont think its ever happened in the NHL.
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Old 12-22-2018, 10:19 PM   #208
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Shorthanded hat-trick? I googled it and but dont think its ever happened in the NHL.
Theo: https://www.nhl.com/gamecenter/cgy-v...ame=1990020730
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What a box score! Hull gets his 76th, Nieuwendyk approaching 40 and Theo gets to 90 points on a short handed hat trick.
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Old 12-23-2018, 01:49 PM   #210
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I noticed on the highlights Tyler Parsons is wearing a plain white mask, I guess he is planning on getting some new work done to it?
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Shorthanded hat-trick? I googled it and but dont think its ever happened in the NHL.
One of our very own did it in Theo Fleury. How could you not know this??
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One of our very own did it in Theo Fleury. How could you not know this??
Can't thank enough. He was the first ever i believe and did so while shadowing Brett hull. It was on a hockey card lol
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Can't thank enough. He was the first ever i believe and did so while shadowing Brett hull. It was on a hockey card lol

I remember during the game the commentators having no idea if it was a record or not because no one had even thought to track the record number of shorthanded goals in one game before.
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Old 12-29-2018, 06:20 AM   #214
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Heat collapse in 3rd period and lose 5-2 to Tuscon in first game back from the Christmas break.

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Why do all AHL play by play guys absolutely suck? Gillies looked terrible.
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Old 12-29-2018, 10:09 AM   #216
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I don't think Gillies has been good enough but woof, that roster is really bad.

I think we'd see a different story if that team had Kylington, Andersson and Valimaki. It's hard to look good with the 6D they have to work with night in and night out.
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I don't think Gillies has been good enough but woof, that roster is really bad.

I think we'd see a different story if that team had Kylington, Andersson and Valimaki. It's hard to look good with the 6D they have to work with night in and night out.

I don't buy it being a personnel issue. Without the Big 3, they still have Ollas-Mattson, Valiyev, Nielsen, Taormina, and Healy. Two of those guys are tweeners that are getting paid big bucks to be excellent (Taormina, Valiyev) and two of those guys are good AHL players (Nielsen, Healy). Yet they are leaking goals left, right, and centre.

Same thing on offense where they have a few tweeners that should be dominating (Rychel, Graovac, Lazar, Foo), yet they're still in the bottom half of the league in scoring.

It has to be a coaching issue.
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Taormina and Valyiev are far from NHL tweeners. They are not even playing good AHL hockey right now.

Also no right shot out of any of those guys.

It’s a defense made out of guys the coaches probably expected to compete for spots on the third pair while Valimaki, Kylington, and Rasmus logged huge minutes. But then Stone and Kulak got beat out for their jobs.
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Taormina and Valyiev are far from NHL tweeners. They are not even playing good AHL hockey right now.

Also no right shot out of any of those guys.

Itís a defense made out of guys the coaches probably expected to compete for spots on the third pair while Valimaki, Kylington, and Rasmus logged huge minutes. But then Stone and Kulak got beat out for their jobs.
Schneider has a .922 save percentage in 11 games playing behind the same defence. Stockton up 3-2 in 3rd period with 15 minutes to go Parsons in net
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Stockton wins 3-2 over Tucson. Parsons with 39 saves on 41 shots Matthew Phillips 2 goals and 1 assist Buddy Robinson with the other goal. Thats 3 very good starts in a row for Parsons after a couple of bad ones to start the season.
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