Portland @ Everett, Part 1…Game Notes…

Three of the next four in this building for the Hawks…a quirky schedule to say the least…

Hawks Notes: Portland @ Everett – November 19, 2008

 

Previous Game – Portland 0 @ Chilliwack 2:  Jadon Potter would score two goals and Mark Friesen stopped all 28 shots he faced to lead the Chilliwack Bruins to a 2-0 victory over the Portland Winter Hawks in front of 3,547 at the Prospera Centre in Chilliwack, BC.  Portland drops to 7-16-0-0 on the season while Chilliwack improves to 9-11-2-2.  Potter tipped home a Brandon Manning point shot just over six minutes into the opening period and then slammed home a wrap-around jam shot six minutes into the final minute to provide all the scoring for the Bruins.  Portland would outshoot the Bruins 28-19, but they were unable to get one past Friesen.  Kurtis Mucha stopped 17 of 19 shots in the loss for Portland.  On special teams, Portland went 0 for 3 on the power play while killing all five power plays against on the night.

Team Notes:  Portland is (7-16-0-0); (4-6-0-0) at home; (3-10-0-0) on the road.  The Hawks last home win was on November 15, 2008, a 4-3 win over Tri City.  The last road win was on November 7, 2008, a 2-1 win over Spokane. 

Portland vs. Everett:  This is the second of 10 meetings between the two teams, 5 games in each city.  Everett leads the season series 1-0-0-0, having shutout Portland 2-0 in the first meeting on 9/26, outshooting Portland 29-28.  Everett is 1 for 5 (20.0%) on the power play while Portland is 0 for 4.  Kent Simpson had the shutout for Everett while Kurtis Mucha stopped 26 of 27 for Portland. 

 

Game Schedule:

 

9/26/08 – Portland 0 @ Everett 2              1/11/09 in Portland

11/19/08 in Everett                                       1/31/09 in Portland

11/21/08 in Everett                                       2/18/09 in Everett

11/28/08 in Everett                                       3/3/09 in Portland

1/2/09 in Portland                                        3/8/09 in Portland

 

All-Time vs. Everett:

Total:  55 GP – 14 (W) – 34 (L) – 4 (T) – 2 (OTL) – 1 (SOL)

 

At Home:  27 GP – 5-19-3-0-0 – On Road:  28 GP – 9-15-1-2-1

 

Portland All-Time:

Total:  2327 GP – 1134 (W) – 1030 (L) – 127 (T) – 28 (OTL) – 8 (SOL)

 

At Home:  1162 GP – 714-377-61-71-3 – On Road:  1165 GP – 420-653-66-21-5

 

Regular Season Leaders:

Goals:  Radim Valchar (7)

Assists:  Killian Hutt/Brad Ross (9)

Points:  Killian Hutt/Brad Ross/Radim Valchar (14)

Penalty Minutes:  Ryan Kerr/Luke Walker (38)

GAA:  Kurtis Mucha (3.80)

Save Percentage:  Kurtis Mucha (89.1%)

Power Play:  13 for 111 (11.7%) overall

Penalty Kill:  82 of 115 (71.3%) overall

 

Current Streaks:  No Current Streaks.

 

Injuries & Roster Updates:  Jason Grecica, F, Knee (Indefinite); Nick Dietrich, F, Wrist (Indefinite).  The Hawks have lost 62 man games to injury in 2008-09.   

Three Named to Team Pacific:  Keith Hamilton, Brad Ross and Troy Rutkowski were all named to represent Team Pacific at the World U17 Championships to be held in Port Alberni, BC, from December 29, 2008 – January 4, 2009.

Milestones:  Kurtis Mucha has played a career total of 9,155 minutes played, and is now 2nd all-time for minutes played by a Winter Hawk goaltender, currently 604 minutes behind Lanny Ramage on the all-time list.  

Winter Hawks Season Highs and Lows:
Most Goals Scored:  7 (11/9/08 vs. Kamloops, 7-5 win)

Fewest Goals Scored:  0 (Six Times)
Most Goals Allowed:  7 (Twice)

Fewest Goals Allowed:  1 (Four Times)
Most Power Play Chances: 10 (10/18/08 @ Moose Jaw, 5-4 loss)

Most Power Play Chances Against:  9 (Twice)
Most Power Play Goals Scored: 2 (Three Times)
Most Power Play Goals Allowed: 4 (10/21/08 @ Prince Albert, 7-0 loss)
Most Shots Taken:  40 (9/20/08 vs. Spokane, 3-0 loss)
Fewest Shots Taken:  17 (9/21/08 vs. Kelowna, 2-1 win)
Most Shots Allowed:  47 (10/25/08 @ Swift Current, a 6-2 loss)
Fewest Shots Allowed:  19 (11/18/08 @ Chilliwack, a 2-0 loss)
Last Shutout:  N/A
Last Time Shutout: 11/18/08 @ Chilliwack (2-0, Friesen 28 saves)

Penalty Shots: N/A

Overtime Game Winning Goals:  Rutkowski 10/22 vs. Saskatoon
Shootout Game Winning Goals:  N/A

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2 Comments

  1. Nice job with the schedule WHL …. I think last year we played 4 consective games against Tri- Cities

  2. I DON’T HAVE ANYTHING TO ADD TO WHAT BRIAN IN SHERWOOD SAID. RIGHT ON ALL COUNTS.


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