Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Emerson and Ennis with Big Nights

Top Prospects Game
During the second period. Emerson Etem scooped up a puck along his own blueline and turned on the jets to create a modified 2 on 1. He kept the puck and fired a rocket over the shoulder of the goaltender to tie the game at 1-1.

It seemed like the Taylor Hall line is getting twice as many shifts as the Emerson Line.

Ryan Holfeld Update

Grizz' Goalie in the Grove

“Any time you have a chance to get a goalie who’s been in the WHL for three-and-a-half years, who’s been to the Memorial Cup, you can’t pass up that type of experience,” head coach Vic Gervais said after practice.

“Holfeld’s a great character guy and he’s really fitting in as a leader on this club.”

The article also goes on to say that former Tigers Cody Carlson had a big part in getting Holfeld more ice time with the Grizlies.


Ennis Named AHL All Star Game MVP

Tyler Ennis of Portland won Most Valuable Player honors, an award that pleased the 5,225 Cumberland County Civic Center fans, with a goal and two assists as Canada defeated PlanetUSA 10-9 in a shootout tonight in the American Hockey League All-Star Classic.

The Tigers will be on Sportsnet vs Edmonton Oil Kings on Sunday

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