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    Monarchs Pass With Flying Colors

    MANCHESTER, NH – It was a nail biter until the end as the Manchester Monarchs hung on to a 4-3 lead over the Hartford Wolf Pack during the team’s first School Day Game at the Verizon Wireless Arena on Wednesday morning.

    Manchester (9-6-1-1) moved back into second place in the Atlantic Division with 20 points. Hartford (4-10-2-2) is in seventh place in the Atlantic Division with 12 points.

    “I don’t think it had much impact on how we played,” explained Monarchs Head Coach Mark Morris in reference to the 11:00 a.m. start time. “I’m pleased with how we played. I’m encouraged to see our power play execute. I saw a lot of good things in the game but we just want to be more consistent. We could have performed better in the third period. (Jeff) Zatkoff saved us late in the game by coming up with a big save.”

    Center Justin Azevedo scored the game’s fourth power play goal, the Monarchs third tally with the man advantage, at 15:43 of the middle frame. Holding the puck along the left wing half wall, Azevedo took two steps into the left face-off circle before wristing the puck into the right corner of the net beating Johnson on his glove side. Defensemen Patrick Mullen and Alec Martinez assisted on Azevedo’s fifth goal of the season and the eventual game-winner.

    Hartford jumped out to the early 1-0 lead with defenseman Pavel Valentenko’s first goal of the season just 28 seconds into the game. Center Kris Newbury won the face-off to the left of Monarchs goaltender Jeff Zatkoff. Newbury drew the puck back to Valentenko at the left point who took three steps toward the center point before he sniped a shot past Zatkoff low on the right side.

    “We hung in there and didn’t get rattled,” said Morris following the early goal by Hartford.

    Monarchs rookie center Jordan Nolan tallied his first AHL goal at 6:08 of the first period to tie the game at 1-1. Azevedo put the puck deep in the Wolf Pack’s zone for left wing Bud Holloway to pick up and try to stuff into the net from the left doorstep. Netminder Chad Johnson denied Holloway at point blank range but Nolan was at the top of the crease to jam in the goal.

    Manchester took the 2-1 lead at 18:35 of the opening frame with Martinez’s fifth goal of the season. Skating on a 4-on-3 power play, defenseman Viatcheslav Voynov sent the puck over to Martinez at the right point who then carried it into the high slot. Finding an open lane, Martinez snapped a high wrist shot that beat Johnson for his team-leading 12th point of the season. Holloway picked up his second assist of the game on the go-ahead goal.

    Wolf Pack right wing Jeremy Williams netted his ninth goal of the season, a power play tally, to even the game at 2-2 midway through the second period. Williams wound up for the slap shot from the high slot to bury the puck through traffic and into the back of the net. Center Tim Kennedy and left wing Brodie Dupont assisted on the tying goal.

    Just over a minute later, Voynov scored his third goal of the season to give the Monarchs a 3-2 lead. Skating with the man advantage, the Monarchs cycled the puck in Hartford’s zone. Center Oscar Moller served as the point person on the power play and found center Andrei Loktionov along the left wing half wall. Loktionov connected with Voynov as he came streaking down the right wing for a one-timer and goal.

    Williams brought the game to within one goal with his second tally of the contest at 5:10 of the third period. Newbury found Williams skating down the right wing of the Monarchs zone. Firing a one-timer, Williams beat Zatkoff for his 10th goal of the season. Right wing Kelsey Tessier assisted on the tally.

    Zatkoff (6-5-1) earned his sixth victory of the season by making 22 saves on 25 shots on goal. Johnson (3-10-1) dropped his 10th game of the season, halting 28-of-32 shots on net.

    Manchester was 3-for-6 on the power play. Hartford was 1-for-5 with the man advantage.

    Notables: Hartford’s goal 28 seconds into the first period is the fastest opening goal by an opponent this season…The Monarchs three power play goals in today’s game are the most goals they have scored in one game this season when skating with the man advantage…Defenseman Alec Martinez collected a goal and an assist to move into the AHL’s lead among defenseman with 16 points (5-11=16)…Martinez has five points (1-4=5) in his last two games…Defenseman Viatcheslav Voynov is on a three game scoring streak with four points (2-2=4) in three games…Center Jordan Nolan scored his first AHL goal today.

    The Monarchs finish their five-game home stand with a 7:00 p.m. contest with the Worcester Sharks on Friday, November 19 at the Verizon Wireless Arena. Catch all of the play-by-play action of Monarchs hockey with Ken Cail on the Monarchs Radio Network WGAM 900/1250 AM as well as on WTPL The Pulse 107.7 FM, WEEY 93.5 FM and WMXR MAXX 93.9 FM, and at www.manchestermonarchs.com.
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    For anyone that watched the last few games, any thoughts on Schenn and Teubert?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob2716 View Post
    For anyone that watched the last few games, any thoughts on Schenn and Teubert?
    http://hfboards.com/showpost.php?p=2...6&postcount=38

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    Hey guys,

    Just wanted to pop in to let y'all know that Schenn is looking GREAT in Manchester. He's easily one of the best players on the ice against AHL competition, and he set up Manchester's only goal on Sunday - found Oscar Moller through a crowd in the slot, and Moller got off a nice, quick shot. Gotta think that if he gets sent back to Juniors, he'll be whaling on players in the WHL who are far below his skill level - can't really be too great for development.

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    Sweet... Manchester takes down Albany today, 7-2. Schenn scores his first two pro goals and gets 1st star of the game. Colten Teubert scored as well. The Monarchs lead the Atlantic Division now.

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    11/26/10
    Monarchs First In Line On Black Friday

    MANCHESTER, NH – Center Brayden Schenn recorded two tallies, his first two professional goals, as the Manchester Monarchs edged the Albany Devils 7-2 at the Verizon Wireless Arena on Friday night.

    Manchester (13-7-1-1) recorded their 13th win of the season and moved into first place in the Atlantic Division with 28 points. The Devils (8-11-0-0) took their 11th loss of the season and remain in a tie for sixth place in the East Division with 16 points.

    “Some nights the puck finds its way into the net and tonight was one of those nights,” explained Monarchs Head Coach Mark Morris. “We can certainly play with more structure and discipline in our game – [we need to] play sound defensively and play smart.”

    Center Marc-Andre Cliche recorded the game-winning goal at 17:50 of the first period. Following an offensive zone face-off win by center Andrei Loktionov, the puck was sent back to defenseman Jake Muzzin. A powerful wrist shot was redirected by Cliche’s angled stick, beating the Albany goaltender to give the Monarchs a 3-0 advantage, a lead they would hold exiting the first period play.

    Schenn scored his first professional goal at 5:39 of the first period to put the Monarchs on the board first. Following a neutral zone takeaway, center Corey Elkins and left wing David Meckler broke into the zone on a two-on-one breakaway. Elkins maintained puck possession and fired a slap shot on goal that was stopped by Albany goaltender Dave Caruso. In the scrum in front of the net, Meckler tried to force the puck home himself to no avail. Schenn, streaking in from the slot, forced the puck home for his first professional goal.

    Meckler recorded his team-leading eighth goal, a power play marker, at 9:14 in the opening period to give the Monarchs a 2-0 lead. Center Oscar Moller, entrenched in the offensive zone following an Albany penalty, dished the puck to Meckler at the left point. Meckler dished the puck forward to Schenn who was positioned behind the goal. Sprinting toward the front, Meckler collected a Schenn feed at the mouth of the crease and pushed the puck past Caruso for his second point of the game.

    Center David McIntyre scored his third goal of the season, a shorthanded goal, at 4:27 of the second period. In the midst of a penalty kill, the Devils sent the puck down into the Monarchs defensive zone. Hickey went back to gather the puck in the right wing corner, but lost an edge, allowing McIntyre to steal the puck and beat Monarchs goaltender Jeff Zatkoff five-hole to put the Devils on the board.

    Defenseman Patrick Mullen recorded his first goal of the season at 8:26 of the second period. With the Devils and Monarchs in the midst of four-on-four play, Albany turned the puck over in their offensive zone. This created an odd-man rush for Manchester, initiated by Loktionov’s clearing of the zone. Moller skated up the right wing boards, flanked by Mullen. Skating past a cluster of defenders at the top of the slot, Moller threaded a pass through traffic to Mullen, positioned between the face-off circles. A powerful blast caught the Albany goaltender out of position, giving the Monarchs a 4-1 lead in the second period.

    On the PSNH Power Play, Elkins scored the Monarchs fifth goal of the game at 19:04 in the middle frame. Muzzin began the scoring drive by passing the puck from the left point to Moller, stationed at the right point. After switching places, Moller fired a slap shot through heavy slot traffic. The puck deflected off of a body in the crease, falling toward the right post. A diving Elkins caught the puck on his stick, forcing the puck past Caruso to give the Monarchs a four goal lead exiting second period play.

    Schenn scored his second goal of the game at 2:55 of the final stanza. Entrenched within the offensive zone, defenseman Viatcheslav Voynov collected the puck off of an Albany turnover. Voynov sent a diagonal pass from the right point toward the left post to Schenn. A nifty backhanded shot sent the puck over Caruso’s head to give the rookie his second professional goal.

    Albany collected their second goal of the contest on the stick of center Adam Henrique at 12:20 of the third period. Center Matt Anderson sent a puck up the right wing boards to right wing Vladimir Zharkov, who was entering the zone. Maintaining his northward path parallel to the boards, Zharkov connected with Henrique across the slot, who beat the Monarchs goaltender for his fifth goal of the season.

    Defenseman Colten Teubert recorded his first AHL point with his goal at 16:21 of the third period. Within the offensive zone, left wing Bud Holloway fed the puck across ice to Elkins. On the left side of the ice, Elkins connected with the rookie defenseman stationed at the right point. Teubert fired a slap shop from the right point that split traffic and found the top of the goal.

    Zatkoff (8-6-1) earned his eighth win of the season, stopping 34-of-36 shots. Caruso (0-1-0) took his first losing decision of the season, halting 28-of-35 shots on net.

    Manchester was 2-for-8 on the power play. Albany was 0-for-4 with the man advantage.

    Notables: With the 7-2 victory, the Monarchs eclipsed their previous season high for goals in a game, which was six…The last time the Monarchs scored seven goals in a game was December 4, 2009 in a 7-1 win against Hartford…Center Marc-Andre Cliche has five points in his last five games (3-2=5)…Center Andrei Loktionov has recorded seven points in his last seven games (1-6=7) and has also recorded 11 points (2-9=11) since being assigned to Manchester on November 2…Center Brayden Schenn collected his first two professional goals and an assist for three points.
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    11/27/10
    Oscarrrrgh!

    MANCHESTER, NH – Center Oscar Moller recorded two goals as the Manchester Monarchs defeated the Portland Pirates by a 6-1 score at the Verizon Wireless Arena on Saturday night. The Monarchs Care Foundation and the United States Marines also collected new and unused toys for Toys For Tots upon entry at Saturday’s game.

    Manchester (14-7-1-1) recorded their 14th win of the season and remains in sole possession of first place in the Atlantic Division with 30 points. Portland (13-6-1-0) took their sixth loss of the season and sits three points behind the Monarchs in second place in the Atlantic Division.

    “Today it was really great to see guys playing a complete game,” explained Monarchs Head Coach Mark Morris. “All four lines were rolling, and we hope we can bottle it.

    “Guys are truly taking ownership of the team now. It is a big step for us to play this way against a real good team and have success.”

    Moller scored his third goal of the season at 9:30 of the first period to give the Monarchs the 2-1 advantage. Aggressive fore-checking by center Marc-Andre Cliche in the offensive zone forced a turnover. After collecting the puck, Cliche sent the puck up to a streaking Moller. A quick pass by Moller to his left connected with center Andrei Loktionov and the return pass on the give-and-go was sent home by Moller.

    Center Corey Elkins scored his fifth goal of the season at 2:36 of the first period. A blast from the point by Loktionov was initially stopped by Portland goaltender David Leggio. The puck spilled out to Elkins, who took a shot that was denied by Leggio. Falling into the butterfly, Leggio was unable to keep up with Elkins, who skated to the left post and flipped the rebound past the sprawling netminder for the first goal of the game.

    Center Brayden Schenn scored his third goal in two games with his tally at 13:43 of the first period to give Manchester the 3-0 lead. A turnover by the Portland defense was collected by Moller in the right face-off circle. A quick dish back to the left point was picked up by defenseman Andrew Campbell. A soft wrister on goal was deflected past Leggio by Schenn in the crease.

    Making the score 4-0, center Justin Azevedo scored his seventh goal of the season at 17:44 of the first period. Left wing Bud Holloway passed the puck forward to right wing Brandon Kozun entering the offensive zone down the right wing. At the top of the face-off circle, Kozun passed the puck to his left where it was blasted home by Azevedo at the top of the slot.

    The Pirates found their way on the scoreboard when defenseman Nick Crawford tallied his second goal of the season at 1:44 of the second period. On an offensive rush, center Matt Ellis broke into the Monarchs zone alongside right wing Mark Mancari. A quick pass to Ellis’ right connected with Mancari, who fired a powerful blast on Monarchs goaltender Martin Jones. The ensuing rebound spilled out toward the left post and onto the stick of a crashing Crawford, who caught Jones out of position for the goal.

    Moller scored his second goal of the evening at 4:04 of the second period. Cliche sent a pass forward into the offensive zone where it was collected by Loktionov. Streaking alongside Loktionov, a quick cross-crease feed caught the stick of Moller, whose shot was initially denied by a sprawling Portland defenseman. Continuing to put pressure on the Pirates, Moller eventually forced the puck past the falling bodies in the crease for his fourth goal of the season.

    Left wing Ray Kaunisto scored his third goal of the season at 10:09 of the third period. Defenseman Jake Muzzin fed the puck toward the blueline that was gathered by Kaunisto. Facing heavy pressure from the Pirates defense, Kaunisto was forced to the right wing corner. While being shoved back, Kaunisto attempted a backhand shot on goal that found a seam between Portland goaltender Jhonas Enroth’s pads to give the Monarchs a 5-0 lead.

    Jones (5-1-0) earned his fifth victory of the season, stopping 34-of-35 shots. Leggio (8-2-0) drew his second losing decision of the season, playing the entire first period and halting 12-of-16 shots on net. Enroth (5-4-0) relieved Leggio at the start of the second period, stopping 24-of-26 shots on goal.

    Manchester did not have a power play opportunity in the game. Portland was 0-for-3 with the man advantage.

    Notables: Tonight was the first game since March 19 that the Monarchs did not have a power play opportunity in a contest…Manchester’s 42 shots on goal is a season high…Manchester’s four goals in the first period also marked a season high for goals in one period…Center Brayden Schenn has three goals in his last two games…Center Andrei Loktionov has recorded 10 points in his last eight games (1-9=10) and has also recorded 14 points (2-12=14) since being assigned to Manchester on November 2...With two goals this evening, center Oscar Moller has 10 points (4-6=10) in his last eight games.

    The Monarchs travel to Worcester, Massachusetts as they face-off against the Worcester Sharks on Sunday, November 28 in a 3:00 p.m. contest at the DCU Center. Catch all of the play-by-play action of Monarchs hockey with Ken Cail on the Monarchs Radio Network WGAM 900/1250 AM
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    With the 3 Muskateers (Möller, Loktionov, Schenn) lighting it up in Manchester there's no way you bring them up to take part in the Kings free fall music video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pagliacci View Post
    With the 3 Muskateers (Möller, Loktionov, Schenn) lighting it up in Manchester there's no way you bring them up to take part in the Kings free fall music video.
    Unfortunately Schenn's time in Manchester is limited. Hopefully they are reading them stories about the Ghosts of Portland Past (Getzlaf, Perry, & Penner). It would be real nice for the Kings to have a similar story with their three...

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    Jones (5-1-0) earned his fifth victory of the season, stopping 34-of-35 shots.
    Not bad for a kid who was undrafted. Somebody in the Kings front office deserves a lot of credit for getting Jones on board.

    8 GP, 1.39 GAA, .954 SV %

    Great to see the young Monarchs power into first place.

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    Yay they drove leggio out of the net!!!! (I'm not a fan of his)

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