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    MANCHESTER, NH - The American Hockey League announced today that Manchester Monarchs right wing Brandon Kozun has been named the Reebok/AHL Rookie of the Month for February. Kozun tallied eight goals and seven assists for 15 points in 13 games for the Atlantic Division leaders last month.
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    Not bad for a 6th round pick. Hopefully he keeps it going and can find his way onto the Kings in the next couple of seasons
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    Manchester 3 at Worcester 2 OT


    "Tonight was a thriller for our team to come back from a two-goal deficit after the first,” said Monarchs Head Coach Mark Morris. “There were times a win looked improbable. We played hard from the outset but found ourselves in a hole. The players knew we were deserving of a better fate. It took a while but we hung around and didn’t quit.

    “(Brandon) Kozun’s goal pulled us back into it and gave us hope. It remained that way until (Viatcheslav) Voynov fired a rocket from the blueline to tie things up late. Moller buried the game-winner on a 2-on-1 rush. It was a great comeback and it was a gutsy effort. We scratched and clawed for the two points.”
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    GOALS
    B. Kozun (20) J. Azevedo, J. Muzzin PP
    V. Voynov (13) J. Zeiler
    O. Moller (17)

    Zatkoff stopped 29/31 for the win
    Gamesheet: Manchester at Worcester - Mar 4, 2011
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    Charlotte 3 at Manchester 2

    “Credit to them,” said Monarchs Head Coach Mark Morris following Sunday afternoon’s game. “The message was clear that we had to earn that third period – our effort just didn’t match-up.”

    “We squandered a point today and possibly two,” said Morris. “What I saw was unacceptable – we’ve come this far and we are not going to go backwards.”
    Notables: Right wing Brandon Kozun has scored five goals and seven assists for 12 points (5-7=12) in his last seven games…Tonight was the first time the Monarchs have lost by only one goal at home in regulation…Tonight was the first time the Monarchs have lost when leading after the second period, dating back to a 3-2 overtime loss to the Bridgeport Sound Tigers on October 29, 2010…Tonight was a season-low for penalty minutes for the Monarchs, racking up only four minutes in the penalty box…The Monarchs previous season-low was six penalty minutes, set on January 7 against the Providence Bruins.
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    GOALS
    R. Kaunisto (8) C. Elkins, B. Kozun
    B. Holloway (23) B. Kozun, M. Cliche

    Charlotte scored the GWG with 47 seconds left in the third. Jones stopped 29/32
    Gamesheet: Charlotte at Manchester - Mar 6, 2011
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    MANCHESTER, NH – The Manchester Monarchs, the primary affiliate of the Los Angeles Kings, on Tuesday announced their Clear Day Roster, which consists of 21 players.

    According to American Hockey League by-laws, only those players listed on a team’s Clear Day roster are eligible to compete in the remainder of the 2010-11 AHL regular season and in the 2011 Calder Cup Playoffs, unless emergency conditions arise as a result of recall, injury or suspension. Teams may also add signed junior players or players on amateur tryout contracts after their respective junior or college seasons are complete.

    Goaltenders (2): Martin Jones and Jeff Zatkoff.

    Defensemen (6): Andrew Campbell, Jake Muzzin, Thomas Hickey, David Kolomatis, Patrick Mullen and Viatcheslav Voynov.

    Forwards (13): Justin Azevedo, Marc-Andre Cliche, Richard Clune, Corey Elkins, Bud Holloway, Ray Kaunisto, Dwight King, Brandon Kozun, Andrei Loktionov (injured), David Meckler, Oscar Moller, Jordan Nolan and John Zeiler.

    In Residence (1): Justin Johnson (F).
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    Im not sure what "in residence" means so if anyone can tell me that would be great. This means that A-Mart is not eligible for AHL playoffs, but Schenn or any of the junior players in this thread http://www.letsgokings.com/bbs/f4/ch...ts-191613.html can play once their JR seasons are over
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    6 D? Risky.

    Several juniors will probably be added. If you take out enforcer lunkhead Johnson (I don't know what "in residence" means either), there are zero healthy scratches on that team.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yog S'loth View Post
    6 D? Risky.

    Several juniors will probably be added. If you take out enforcer lunkhead Johnson (I don't know what "in residence" means either), there are zero healthy scratches on that team.
    I was thinking the same thing. I guess they are banking on Deslauriers not going for in the playoffs with Gatineau. Either that or DL has his eye on a college free agent that he thinks he can sign
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    Enforcer Justin Johnson was not on the Monarchs list, but that is because he is considered "in residence" and is not allowed to skate unless there is an emergency.
    Still don't really get it but at least its a little bit more info
    Ian Clark's On Hockey: Monarchs looking for some redemption - Wednesday, Mar. 9, 2011
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    Providence 3 at Manchester 2 SO (14th round)

    I’m disappointed we didn’t come away with two points,” explained Monarchs Head Coach Mark Morris. “We kept letting them back in the game and we let them hang around. We were just waiting for a clutch save that didn’t happen, but I give them a lot of credit. They worked hard and we worked hard.”

    “We had plenty of chances,” said Morris. “There were some pucks that just whipped through, hit the post, or sat on the goal line and it wasn’t going in when we needed it to the most. It was one of those games where you wish you had just one more save.”
    Notables: Tonight’s shootout featured the most rounds in team history, as 14 different Monarchs skaters appeared in the shootout…The previous record of 12 rounds was set in a 3-2 loss against the Lowell Lock Monsters on November 15, 2005 with center Keith Aucoin recording the game-winner…Right wing Brandon Kozun has scored five goals and eight assists for 13 points (5-8=12) in his last eight games…Tonight’s shootout marked the sixth time the Monarchs have advanced to the shootout round this season the last time being against the Hershey Bears on February 9, 2011.
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    GOALS
    C. Elkins (17) T. Hickey, D. Kolomatis
    O. Moller (18) V. Voynov, B. Kozun

    SHOOTOUT
    # Shooter Score
    7 Maxime Sauve No
    12 Jamie Arniel No
    28 Ryan Donald No
    38 Jordan Caron Yes
    23 Trent Whitfield Yes
    10 David Laliberte Yes
    21 David Ling No
    16 Jordan LaVallee-Smotherman No
    25 Stefan Chaput No
    17 Jeremy Reich No
    24 Antoine Roussel Yes
    18 Alain Goulet No
    26 Colby Cohen No
    20 Lane MacDermid Yes

    Score # Shooter
    No 26 Brandon Kozun
    Yes 9 Bud Holloway
    No 10 Oscar Moller
    No 39 Corey Elkins
    Yes 15 Justin Azevedo
    Yes 24 Ray Kaunisto
    No 22 Marc-Andre Cliche
    No 21 Dwight King
    No 44 Jordan Nolan
    No 76 Viatcheslav Voynov
    Yes 49 Justin Johnson
    No 3 Jake Muzzin
    No 14 Patrick Mullen
    No 37 Thomas Hickey

    Zatkoff stopped 31/33 in the game and 9/14 in the shootout.
    Gamesheet: Providence at Manchester - Mar 9, 2011
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    It'll be interesting to see who makes the NHL between Kozun, Vey and Toffoli. None of them are perfect prospects, but they sure can put up points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMAN3474 View Post
    I was thinking the same thing. I guess they are banking on Deslauriers not going for in the playoffs with Gatineau. Either that or DL has his eye on a college free agent that he thinks he can sign

    Was thinking of doing a CHL playoff update tomorrow morning but, quickly, I believe only Jordan Weal will miss the playoffs, and Regina hasn't been eliminated yet. All the other prospects, if I remember correctly, already have playoff spots locked down.

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