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    Sloan Demoted; Poti ready to return

    From Caps Insider:

    Defenseman Tyler Sloan has been returned to Hershey, so that must mean Tom Poti is ready to go for tomorrow's game against the Sabres.

    Sloan skated in his first four NHL games this month and also got his first goal in Dallas. The 27-year-old averaged 10:38 in ice time per game and had a plus/minus rating of even, but his first NHL recall will be remembered most for his devastating shoulder check on Daymond Langkow in Calgary.

    Sloan will miss the Bears' game in Albany tonight and will meet the team in Hershey for their game against the Phantoms tomorrow.

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    Defenseman Tom Poti is ready to go tomorrow in Buffalo, Coach Bruce Boudreau confirmed.

    "There's always going to be a little bit of pain, and it was a little bit tight when I woke up," Poti said. "But it loosened up when I got out there. It was good enough to get back out there."

    *Poti will be paired with Jeff Schultz, and according to Boudreau, will get significant minutes.

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    Neuvirth back to US

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    As some of you may have seen late last night, Tim Leone at The Patriot News reported that Michal Neuvirth's contract has fallen through and that he'll be returning to the United States. He's scheduled to return to South Carolina and the ECHL.

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    w.e news imo he wont be playing anywhere significant this season.


    anyway I'm back guys. Sorry, I had a huge stomach issue and couldnt be on psd but your tm is back lol

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    glad you're better!! with you gone the caps played like they were ill too.

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    Caps should just assign Neuvirth to Hershey and call up Machesney. Caps have allowed a goal on the first shot they have allowed in 3 of the first 10 games. That's unacceptable. Machesney has been playing solid in Hershey, he's cheap, give the kid a chance. Last Hershey player they called up fared well for them.

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    True but only for johnson and leave Jose starting. You cant give up on the guy since we have a big investment in him

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    Quote Originally Posted by YanksNats1987 View Post
    glad you're better!! with you gone the caps played like they were ill too.
    thanks and thats too bad

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrice9 View Post
    True but only for johnson and leave Jose starting. You cant give up on the guy since we have a big investment in him
    Its not that much of an investment. He was signed for two years as a bridge until one of these kids was ready to to step up. If he's not showing that he can be a successful bridge, you gotta start looking in another direction.

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    Bears beat Phantoms

    Quick recap: Hershey won tonight 3-2 over Philly. Bouchard, Mink and Bourque all scored.

    Varlamov stopped 22 of 24 shots for the victory.

    The two teams play again Saturday night in Hershey.

    http://www.hersheypa.com/events/hers...il.php?id=2613

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    Bears win 7-3; Osala hat trick

    Bears (11-5-0-1) beat the Phantoms 7-3 on Saturday night. Osala had 3 goals and was the highlight of the night.

    Also scoring for Hershey: Laing, Aucoin, Bourque, and Lepisto

    Varlamov stopped 22 of 25 shots for the win in net.

    http://www.hersheypa.com/events/hers...il.php?id=2615

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    Hey guys sorry I haven't been posting lately. Just found out two weeks back that I'm out of a job come January. I figured this was a good game to come back and post here to.Go Bears. Go Caps.

    BEARS ROUT BINGHAMTON 9-0 SUNDAY
    11/16/2008 - SENATORS CRUSHED 9-0 SUNDAY AT GIANT CENTER

    By: John Walton

    The HERSHEY BEARS completely dominated a depleted Binghamton Senators team Sunday, winning 9-0 at GIANT Center in the most lopsided victory of the season.

    HERSHEY opened the scoring with a power play goal by Alexandre Giroux. Giroux’s tally was his 10th goal of the season, and it came at 11:01 of the first with assists given to Keith Aucoin and Sami Lepisto. The BEARS fired 12 shots at Binghamton goaltender Jeff Glass, while HERSHEY’S Daren Machesney stopped all 14 shots he saw.

    On the heels of Saturday’s five-goal third period, the BEARS scored a team high six in the second period Sunday to blow the Senators away. Andrew Gordon started the scoring onslaught with his eighth goal of the season at 9:23. Graham Mink then added his eighth goal of the campaign at 10:28, followed by Francois Bouchard’s fifth at 14:16. Mink then added his second of the period at 16:46, but HERSHEY was far from done. Keith Aucoin scored his seventh of the year at 17:10 and Kyle Wilson concluded the second with his fourth goal of the year at 19:30. As the second period came to a close, the BEARS scored six times on 21 shots and led Binghamton 7-0. The third period saw the home team tack on two more when Giroux scored his second of the game at 7:24. Mathieu Perreault finished an impressive offensive display with his fourth goal of the year at 16:44. Brian Elliott tended goal for Binghamton in the final period, allowing two goals on five shots. Machesney earned his first shutout of the season and his second career AHL whitewash, making 22 saves.

    Notes: The BEARS are now off until Friday when the club heads to Philadelphia to play the Phantoms. Face-off Friday at the Wachovia Spectrum is 5:05 p.m. HERSHEY returns home to face the Bridgeport Sound Tigers Saturday at GIANT Center at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are on sale now at the GIANT Center box office, or by calling (717) 534-3911. Grant McNeill, Jay Beagle, Sean Collins and Dean Arsene all missed Sunday’s game due to injury. Giroux’s goal was his first since October 31st, and he becomes the second BEARS skater to score 10 or more goals this season. HERSHEY has not scored 10 goals in a regular season game since October 17, 1992. The BEARS last posted 10 goals in a 10-4 win over the New Haven Nighthawks at HERSHEYPARK Arena that night. The nine goals Sunday night were a season high. Aucoin notched five points for the second time this season. He also achieved the mark on October 8 in an 8-4 opening night win at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheKid514 View Post
    Hey guys sorry I haven't been posting lately. Just found out two weeks back that I'm out of a job come January. I figured this was a good game to come back and post here to.Go Bears. Go Caps.
    Glad you're back on here, but sorry to hear about your job. Tough times in this country right now.

    Anyways, here is a link to a hockeysfuture.com article. It's a nice little review of the Capitals system and gives reviews position by position. Too much to post on here but a good read.

    http://www.hockeysfuture.com/article..._system_audit/

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    Bears win 5-2 Friday night

    The BEARS won its fourth game in a row, defeating Philadelphia 5-2 in front of a crowd of 7,005 at the Wachovia Spectrum.

    Alexandre Giroux opened the scoring midway through the first period Friday, putting home a rebound off a Keith Aucoin shot at 10:05. Just over a minute later at 11:16, Andrew Gordon scored his ninth goal of the campaign to give the BEARS a 2-0 lead. Philadelphia would rally to cut the HERSHEY lead to one after one with Patrick Maroon scoring a power play goal at 18:14. BEARS goaltender Simeon Varlamov and Phantoms backstop Scott Munroe each made 12 first period saves.

    Kyle Wilson came to life in the second period, scoring twice to increase HERSHEY’S lead. Wilson scored at 1:31 and again at 17:47, with Francois Bouchard scoring in between at 3:03 to lift the BEARS into a 5-2 lead after two. Claude Giroux scored the only goal for the Phantoms in the second, firing a power play goal past Varlamov at 12:10. Neither team would score in the third period as HERSHEY emerged with the three goal victory. Wilson’s two goals were good for number one star honors, with Mink picking up the second star.
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    Back in first with 4-1 win

    Thanks to three goals in the third period, the BEARS defeated the Bridgeport Sound Tigers 4-1 and pulled ahead in the East Division points race.

    Bridgeport found the score sheet for the first and only time in the first period. Jesse Joensuu picked up his seventh goal of the year from Ben Walter and Blake Comeau at 10:34. On the man advantage, HERSHEY answered little more than 90 seconds later, as Keith Aucoin finished a wraparound for his eighth of the season. Alexandre Giroux and Chris Bourque added the helpers. The BEARS out-shot the Sound Tigers 19-6, and the score was tied at one after the first.

    Neither team found the back of the net in the second period, though the BEARS came close on several tries. Daren Machesney made seven saves to keep Bridgeport off the board. The score remained deadlocked heading to the dressing room after 40 minutes of play.

    Sami Lepisto gave the BEARS the go-ahead goal, and the eventual game winner, early in the third period. He notched his third of the season at 3:07, with Bourque and Machesney tallying the assists. Oskar Osala potted his 13th of the season at 4:30, completing a wraparound from Mathieu Perreault and Patrick McNeill to give the home team a two-goal lead. HERSHEY struck again midway through the third. Graham Mink rounded out the scoring for the BEARS, pushing the puck past Sound Tiger net minder Yann Danis for his 10th goal of the year, with assists from Aucoin and Karl Alzner.

    Machesney made 17 saves on 18 shots to earn the win in net.
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    BEARS BLITZ PHANTOMS 9-0 SATURDAY
    11/29/2008 - BEARS MAUL PHANTOMS

    By Jess Mikula

    Greg Amadio and Alexandre Giroux each netted two goals Saturday night, as the BEARS blanked the Philadelphia Phantoms by a score of 9-0.

    The BEARS dominated the Phantoms in the first period, scoring four goals on 15 shots and not allowing the visiting team a shot on goal until nearly 17 minutes into play. Graham Mink picked up his 11th of the year just seven seconds into the man advantage at 4:12. Keith Aucoin and Giroux tallied the assists. Giroux netted his 15th of the season as he lifted a pass from Mink past Philadelphia goaltender Scott Munroe at 8:09. Aucoin and Mink would set up Giroux for his second of the night at 13:16. Amadio recorded his first goal in a HERSHEY sweater at 13:48, netting a slap shot from the point. Giroux nearly notched a hat trick late in the period, as his shot grazed the inside of the post. The BEARS held a four-goal advantage after one.

    HERSHEY continued to barrage Munroe through the second period, piling on three more goals. Darren Reid scored his first goal of the season at 2:33, assisted by Andrew Joudrey. Reid’s goal marked the 100th of the season for the BEARS. Amadio netted his second goal of the night on a breakaway with a short-handed marker at 6:05. Quintin Laing added the helper. Joudrey added a goal of his own at 11:21, assisted by Steve Pinizzotto. Michael Teslak came in to relieve Munroe between the pipes at 11:21 and faced five shots. The BEARS held a 7-0 lead through 40 minutes of play.

    The home team would add two more goals to the score sheet in the third period. Laing scored his fifth goal of the season from Josh Godfrey and Joudrey at 8:20. Kyle Wilson tallied his ninth of the year at 10:18, assisted by Godfrey.

    Daren Machesney earned his eighth win and second shutout of the season, making 12 saves. HERSHEY went 3-for-10 on the power play.

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