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    1/23
    MCH 1 @ Providence 2 Loss
    “The team battled through adversity and got a point for our efforts,” said Monarchs Head Coach Mark Morris. “(Goaltender Jeff) Zatkoff was solid and our penalty killers worked their tails off. Similar to last night, we were whistled for penalty calls time and time again throughout regulation and overtime. We fought the odds and I give our guys credit for keeping their composure. Some nights you just have to suck it up and take your lumps and we did that. The team rallied around the breaks that we didn’t get and I’m proud of the way we hung in there.

    “The shootout didn’t end as we hoped but I’m encouraged by the way we competed. Better days are coming for us when we work like we did this afternoon.”
    Notables: Manchester fell out of first place in the Atlantic Division for the first time since they took the lead on November 26…The Monarchs are 3-for-3 in the shootout this season…Manchester is on a three-game winless streak, tying their longest winless streak of the season…Right wing Brandon Kozun recorded his 10th goal of the season and his first tally since January 2...Bruins center Joe Colborne has collected six goals and an assist for seven points in eight games against the Monarchs.
    Manchester Monarchs

    GOAL
    B. Kozun (10) T. Hickey PP

    SHOOTOUT
    MCH
    9 Bud Holloway No
    26 Brandon Kozun No
    10 Oscar Moller Yes
    15 Justin Azevedo Yes
    76 Viatcheslav Voynov No
    39 Corey Elkins No

    Providence
    Yes 9 Zach Hamill
    No 12 Jamie Arniel
    No 22 Joe Colborne
    No 38 Jordan Caron
    Yes 7 Maxime Sauve
    Yes 23 Trent Whitfield


    Zatkoff stopped 34/35 and MCH had 42 shots on goal
    Gamesheet: Manchester at Providence - Jan 23, 2011

    Upcomming games
    1/26 vs Norfolk
    1/28 @ Connecticut
    1/29 vs Bridgeport
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    1/26
    Norfolk 2 @ MCH 4 WIN

    “It seemed like forever since we won,” said Monarchs Head Coach Mark Morris following Wednesday’s victory. “Our second and third periods were really good. We beat a really good team; it feels like a bit of a relief to get back into the win column.”
    Manchester Monarchs

    GOALS
    C. Elkins (13) A. Campbell, R. Kaunisto
    M. Cliche (13) V. Voynov, O. Moller PP
    O. Moller (10) V. Voynov, M. Cliche PP
    M. Cliche (14) PP

    Zatkoff stopped 34/36
    http://theahl.com/stats/official-gam...ame_id=1008018
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    MANCHESTER, NH – The Monarchs Care Foundation, the charitable arm of the Manchester Monarchs, netted nearly $40,000 from Pink In The Rink which was held on January 22 when the Monarchs hosted the Binghamton Senators at the Verizon Wireless Arena. The Monarchs recorded their first sellout of the season, drawing 9,852 fans to raise money for breast cancer research. The donations from ticket sales and the auctions will benefit the Breast Care Center at Catholic Medical Center, Dartmouth Hitchcock Norris Cotton Cancer Center and the Monarchs Care Foundation.
    During Saturday’s game, Monarchs fans watched as the Verizon Wireless Arena transformed everything pink including the ice surface. The players wore specialty pink jerseys throughout the game while skating onto the ice during warm-ups with pink sticks, all of which were auctioned off through both live and silent auctions during and after the game
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    The ice was tinted pink and all the players had pink jerseys and socks on.

    the facebook album of pics:
    Pink in the Rink | Facebook
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    Voinov wins fastest skater in AHL skills competition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anjae11eden View Post
    voinov wins fastest skater in ahl skills competition.
    nice!

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    1/28
    Manchester 4 at Connecticut 2 WIN


    “Tonight’s game was another good road win,” said Monarchs Head Coach Mark Morris following Friday’s victory in Connecticut. “We fought back after killing several penalties in the first period. At times, it wasn’t pretty but we made the most of the chances we had. Connecticut kept coming at us and our energy was low so we changed a few things to counter their attack and it seemed to settle things down. It went down to the buzzer.

    “Our penalty killers deserve lots of credit for doing such a great job. Any time you earn two points on the road, you have to feel good about it.”
    Manchester Monarchs

    GOALS
    V. Voynov (10) D. Meckler, R. Clune
    R. Clune (7) J. Zeiler
    B. Kozun (11) C. Elkins, C. Teubert
    B. Holloway (15) D. King
    J. Zeiler (2) D. Meckler, R. Clune EN

    Martin Jones with the win stopping 26/28
    Gamesheet: Manchester at Connecticut - Jan 28, 2011
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    1/29
    Bridgeport 2 at Manchester 3 WIN


    “It was a thriller,” said Monarchs Head Coach Mark Morris. “It went down to the wire in the waning seconds. Once again, we had some timely goals. (Monarchs goaltender Jeff) Zatkoff was excellent – his great effort sealed the deal for us.”

    “I was pleased with how we had worked although we had a couple glitches; I was happy with the result,” said Morris.

    The Monarchs picked up the game-winning goal at 15:40 of the second period with center Oscar Moller’s11th goal of the season. The play started in the neutral zone when Monarchs defenseman Andrew Campbell started the transition by passing the puck over to fellow defenseman David Kolomatis who then rifled a pass up the boards to Moller. The center streaked up the boards and blasted a shot on net that found its way past goaltender Joel Martin to give the Monarchs their third lead of the night.
    Manchester Monarchs

    GOALS
    V. Voynov (11) M. Cliche, O. Moller PP
    R. Clune (7) J. Zeiler
    O. Moller (11) M. Cliche, A. Campbell

    Zatkoff stopped 31/33 for the win
    Gamesheet: Bridgeport at Manchester - Jan 29, 2011

    Upcoming Games:
    Today is the AHL All Star game with Jones and Voynov playing at 7pm EST

    2/4 - MCH @ Worcester Sharks 730pm EST
    2/5 - MCH @ Albany Devils 700pm est
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    Voynov claimed the top speed in the Reebok Fastest Skater event, completing his spin around the rink in 14.197 seconds. Voynov, a second-round draft pick by the Los Angeles Kings in 2008 and an AHL All-Star for the second time in as many seasons, hit the All-Star Classic leading all AHL defensemen in both goals (11) and points (36) through 46 contests.

    Jones finished the competition stopping 21-of-29 shots (0.724 save-percentage) for the Eastern Conference. A rookie netminder with the Monarchs, Jones entered the All-Star break with a 17-5-0 record, a 2.17 goals-against-average and a 0.930 save percentage.
    Manchester Monarchs

    Voynov (14.197) won fastest skater by 0.053 sec over Jamie Arniel (14.250).

    I dont know if they are doing the same corse that the NHL did but if they are then Voynov would have came in 2nd to Grabner (14.061) and would have beat Tayler Hall (14.621) by almost a half a sec.

    There was a rapid fire event where Martin Jones went 5/5, 4/5 and 4/5. An event called pass and score where Jones stpped 3/3. Then he stopped 5/6 in the breakaway event. Im not sure where the article got 21/29, by my calculations he went 21/24 with a .875 save %. I could be missing something though.

    Full skills comp results can be found here: TheAHL.com | The American Hockey League | 2011 Skills Competition
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    So I'm watching the AHL All-Star game (yeah I'm hardcore) and as they are introducing these players I'm wondering if someone went in the locker-room before the game and told the players that if they smiled, their families would be tortured and killed.
    I don't usually notice things like this, but these guys looked like they were at a ****ing funeral with the exception of a couple hometown players and Eric Tangradi.
    Is it really that serious of a ****ing drag to play in the AHL??? WTF?
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    2/4
    Manchester 3 at Worcester 4 SO

    "Tonight we played fairly well," explained Monarchs Head Coach Mark Morris following Friday night's defeat. "We had some excellent goal scoring opportunities. Worcester played hard too and it was a hard fought game."

    "In the end, they scored more than we did in the shootout. Both Stalock and Hutton were the difference makers," said Morris. Offensively, they had some puck luck. Our defensive mistakes were costly ones. One bounce could have given us two points, but it didn't work out that way. We'll correct our mistakes and move forward. The effort was there."
    Manchester Monarchs


    GOALS
    V. Voynov (12) A. Campbell PP
    D. King (13) J. Azevedo, D. Kolomatis PP
    J. Zeiler (3) J. Nolan, P. Mullen

    SHOOTOUT
    MCH
    Brandon Kozun Yes
    Oscar Moller No
    Bud Holloway No
    Patrick Mullen No
    Justin Azevedo No

    WOR
    Jamie McGinn NO
    Steve Zalewski YES
    Jonathan Cheechoo YES
    Cam MacIntyre NO
    Dan DaSilva NO

    Jones stpped 33/36
    Gamesheet: Manchester at Worcester - Feb 4, 2011

    Voynov, who got in a fight in OT, has a three game goal streak going.
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