Saturday, October 22, 2005

10-22 BUGS vs. YOUNGSTOWN (W, 4-3 in overtime)

BUGS WIN IN OT
Brett Smith recorded the hat trick, including the game-winner in OT and the Bugs win 4-3.
TIME: 9:48

STEELHOUNDS EVEN GAME WITH SHORTY
Rob Ouimette stunned the crowd at the CenturyTel Center with a short-handed goal midway through the third period and Youngstown and Bossier-Shreveport are tied at 3 with 2:30 to go.
TIME: 9:32 p.m.


MAKE THAT A 96-GOAL PACE
Brett Smith scored another short-handed goal Saturday night. The tally midway through the second period gave the Bugs a 3-2 lead.
Maybe he'd like me to write something else in the paper he won't like!
TIME: 8:35 p.m.

FIRST PERIOD ENDS 2-2
The opening period Saturday featured nine power plays, three power-play goals and a whole lotta offensive opportunities for the Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs. After falling in a 2-0 hole, the Bugs rallied to tie the game before the first intermission. They still have 24 seconds remaining on their sixth chance with the man-advantage.
TIME: 7:53 p.m.


SMITTY TALLIES AGAIN
Brett Smith is on pace for 64 goals. The guy who said an article I wrote reminded him of his large scoring drought before Friday night scored again early in Saturday's game.
Less than a minute later, captain Dan Wildfong tied the game at 2.
TIME: 7:39 p.m.

DIFFERENT DAY, MUCH DIFFERENT RESULTS FOR SCHONFELDER
Paul Schonfelder was pulled just 6:20 into Saturday's game against Youngstown. He gave up two goals in two shots. Ken Carroll entered the ice to a loud ovation from the CenturyTel Center.
TIME: 7:28 p.m.


BUGS SPORT INTERESTING JERSEYS
They certaintly draw attention. That much can be said of the Mudbugs' American-flag like jerseys Saturday. Can you call something patterned after the flag of our country ugly?

SCHONFELDER GETS ANOTHER START
Paul Schonfelder, who came up big for the Mudbugs Friday night against Memphis, will start again tonight versus Youngstown.
TIME: 6:55 p.m.


BRASSARD SUSPENDED FOR TWO GAMES
Mudbugs veteran forward Chris Brassard was suspended for two games by the Central Hockey League for an elbow to the head of Memphis defensman Tim Laurila on Friday night at the CenturyTel Center.

While Laurila lay injured on the ice, RiverKings defenseman Andrew Davis came to his teammates defense and started a fight with Brassard.

The Mudbugs will play with nine forwards tonight, so expect newcomer Milan Vodrazka to see increased ice time against Youngstown.

Hear Coach Muscutt preview the game at http://www.shreveporttimes.com/assets/wma/D9103191022.WAV

LET THE COOKING BEGIN

Several Mudbugs fans are on their way to the North Parking Lot of the CenturyTel Center in anticipation of tonight's game with Youngstown. The SteelHounds bring Jean Laforest into town, the man who built the Mudbugs franchise. Now he has another first-year program on his hands.
Considering both teams scored exciting victories last night, this should be a doozy!

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