Portland @ Everett, Part 2…Game Notes…

No Tayler Jordan due to a one game suspension…here are the game notes:

Hawks Notes: Portland @ Everett – November 21, 2008

 

Previous Game – Portland 0 @ Chilliwack 2:  The Everett Silvertips got goals from seven different goal scorers, three on the power play, and they defeat the Portland Winter Hawks by a score of 7-1 in front of 4,609 at the Comcast Arena in Everett.  Kellan Tochkin had three assists and Shane Harper had one goal and two assists to lead Everett on the night.  Chris de la Lande, Tyler Maxwell, Drew McDermott, Kyle Beach, Markus McCrea and Jordan Mistelbacher also scored for Everett.  Portland’s lone goal came from Luke Walker, assisted by Radim Valchar and Travis Ehrhardt, in the opening minute of the third period.  Kurtis Mucha started in net for Portland, stopping 19 of 24 shots in 34 minutes, before being relieved by Keith Hamilton who handled 13 of 15 during his game action.  Kent Simpson stopped 31 of 32 shots for Everett as the Silvertips outshot Portland 39-32 in the game.  On special teams, Everett went a perfect 3 for 3 on the power play while Portland went 0 for 5.

Team Notes:  Portland is (7-17-0-0); (4-6-0-0) at home; (3-11-0-0) 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 third of 10 meetings between the two teams, 5 games in each city.  Everett leads the season series 2-0-0-0.  Everett has outscored Portland 9-1 in the two games.  Everett is 4 for 8 (50.0%) on the power play while Portland is 0 for 9.  Kent Simpson has won both games for Everett.

 

Game Schedule:

 

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

11/19/08 – Portland 1 @ Everett 7                                    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:  56 GP – 14 (W) – 35 (L) – 4 (T) – 2 (OTL) – 1 (SOL)

 

At Home:  27 GP – 5-19-3-0-0 – On Road:  29 GP – 9-16-1-2-1

 

Portland All-Time:

 

Total:  2328 GP – 1134 (W) – 1031 (L) – 127 (T) – 28 (OTL) – 8 (SOL)

 

At Home:  1162 GP – 714-377-61-71-3 – On Road:  1166 GP – 420-654-66-21-5

 

Regular Season Leaders:

 

Goals:  Radim Valchar/Luke Walker (7)

Assists:  Killian Hutt/Brad Ross (9)

Points:  Radim Valchar (15)

Penalty Minutes:  Ryan Kerr/Luke Walker (38)

GAA:  Kurtis Mucha (3.98)

Save Percentage:  Kurtis Mucha (88.7%)

Power Play:  13 for 116 (11.2%) overall

Penalty Kill:  82 of 118 (69.5%) overall

 

Current Streaks:  No Current Streaks.

 

Injuries & Roster Updates:  Jason Grecica, F, Knee (Indefinite); Nick Dietrich, F, Wrist (Indefinite).  The Hawks have lost 64 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 9,189 minutes played, and is now 2nd all-time for minutes played by a Winter Hawk goaltender, currently 570 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 (Three Times)

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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3 Comments

  1. I am calling it again. Hawks WIN tonight! it is 6:20 p.m. on Friday night. Just a hunch i have

  2. Well Brian if I were you play the lottery any time soon not only did we not when we got out worked out hustled and out played (them boys seem tired to me who made this crazy schedule anyway) but this is a guarantee we will kick the tips butt before the end of the season and if we do make the playoffs I want them in the first round so we can send em packen

    see ya all at the next home game now that JJJ are gone I can support my boys again!!!!!!!!!

  3. Wel i was wrong. The Hawks looked good for the first 10 minutes, but were completely dominated the rest of the game, especially in the 2nd period.

    The Hawks looked slow and out of rythem most of the night. Congrats to Joel Ridgeway for your 1st WHL goal too bad in came in a loss, but good effort in the 3rd period. I which the entire team played that way the last 50 minutes of the game.

    Lets hope the T-birds feel strange at the Key arena tonight, we complain about the Hawks schedule, but the T-birds have played 20 road games and only 5 home games so far, and they are NOT complaining. However, the first game back at home after a road trip can feel like another road game.

    THe Hawks need to play with more energy and heart tonight.

    Brian in Sherwood in Everett and Seattle


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