Hawks vs. Ams – 6-4 Hawks Final…

Streaming didn’t work as planned…sorry for the no volume folks…not sure what the issue is.



Goaltenders:  Ian Curtis (starter); Keith Hamilton

Defense: Troy Rutkowski, Josh Hanson, Joe Morrow, Tyler Wotherspoon, Travis Bobbee, David Watt, Taylor Aronson

Forwards:  Oliver Gabriel, Chris Francis, Jacob Berglund, Riley Boychuk, Brad Ross, Ryan Johansen, Colin Reddin, Nino Niederreiter, Gasper Kopitar, Taylor Peters, Stefan Schneider

Scratches:  Kurtis Mucha, Kyle Madsen, Brett Ponich, Daniel Johnston, Ty Rattie, Adam Basford, Luke Walker, Spencer Bennett, Radim Valchar, Seth Swenson, Jason Grecica, Tayler Jordan

Tri City:

Goaltenders:  Brett Martyniuk (Starter); Joel Danyluk

Defense:  Drydn Dow, Riley McIntosh, Zach Yuen, Brett Plouffe, Lane Werbowski, Brock Sutherland

Forwards:  Kruise Reddick, Zach McPhee, Sergei Drozd, Brooks Macek, Adam Hughesman, Mason Wilgosh, Jordan Messier, Justin Feser, Brendan Shinnimin, Neal Prokop, Spencer Asuchak, Patrick Holland

Scratches:  Alexander Pechurski, Drew Owsley, Jarrett Toll, Spencer Humphries, Max Moline, Nils Moser, Tanner Olstad, Johnny Lazo, Tyler Schmidt

Scoring Summary:

1st Period:

3:13 – P – Chris Francis (Riley Boychuk, Travis Bobbee) – Boychuk to Francis down right wing, strong move to net for backhand stuff.

5:38 – P – Stefan Schneider (Gasper Kopitar, Taylor Aronson) – Kopitar down left wing to Schneider in the right circle, wrist shot over glove of Martyniuk.

9:13 – T – Jordan Messier (Brooks Macek, Sergei Drozd) PP – Macek feed to Messier for stuff shot in tight.

10:19 – P – Chris Francis (Travis Bobbee) PP – Bobbee feeds Francis on back door for the tip-in.

10:39 – P – Ryan Johansen (Oliver Gabriel) — Johansen carry it between the hashmarks and wrists it high blocker in the top corner.

17:18 – P – Chris Francis (Taylor Aronson, Travis Bobbee) PP – Bobbee off the half-wall feeds Francis for the deflection in the slot through the legs of Martyniuk.

18:17 – P – Nino Niederreiter (Jacob Berglund, David Watt) — Berglund tip pass to Niederreiter who steps off the right boards to the middle of the ice, wristing it low stick side.

Penalties:  8:13 – P – Niederreiter (Hooking); 9:40 – T – Prokop (Boarding); 11:22 – T – McIntosh (Tripping); 12:01 – P – Morrow (Cross Check); 15:28 – T – McIntosh (Hooking)

2nd Period:

17:00 – T – Brooks Macek (Jordan Messier, Sergie Drozd) PP — Loose puck in the slot slips under Curtis and Macek bangs it home from the crease.

Penalties:  00:07 – P – Schneider (Tripping); 4:16 – T – Asuchak (Check from Behind); 8:59 – P – Francis (Hi-Stick); 15:25 – P – Ross (Boarding); 17:37 – P – Boychuk (Hi-Stick); 18:50 – T – Bench (Too Many Men)

3rd Period:

8:29 – T – Brooks Macek (Kruise Reddick, Lane Werbowski) — Macek’s centering pass goes off of Francis’ stick and in.

11:13 – T – Patrick Holland (Adam Hughesman, Brendan Shinnimin) 5 on 3 PP — Cross crease pass for the slam dunk on the near post.

Penalties:  3:23 – P – Rutkowski (Hooking); 9:54 – P – Reddin (Roughing); 10:41 – P – Aronson (Boarding); 11:40 – P – Peters (Slashing); 12:49 – P – Francis (Slashing); 18:03 – T – Yuen (Holding); 19:39 – P – Morrow (Hooking)


Portland — 14 – 13 – 6 — 33

Tri City — 11 – 9 – 9 — 29

Power Plays:

Portland — 2 for 6

Tri City — 3 for 11


P – Ian Curtis — 25 saves on 29 shots.

T – Brett Martyniuk — (20 min) 8 saves on 14 shots; Joel Danyluk — (40 min) 19 saves on 19 shots

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  1. Haha trust men to be late. Looking forward to the broadcast, and hearing yours and Todd’s dulcet tones.

  2. At least we got to see what’s on your desktop. Do you have a review of Eastside Hockey Manager?

  3. Thanks for the chat board PBP. It was fun. Hope it runs a little better for you for the next game.

  4. Winterhawk fans should be proud of the effort that Luke Walker gave as part of the New York Ranger’s Prospect team. Walker was the leading scorer at 3-2-5 and finished the tournament with a 3 game scoring streak.

    Walker’s play earned him an invite to the Ranger’s training camp but he fell victim to a number’s game where at 19 would have had to been signed to an NHL entry level contract which the Rangers did not have the room for.

    If Walker gives the kind of effort for the Winterhawks that he did at Traverse City then Winterhawk fans have a lot to be excited about.

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