IceCaps game report

Recap – 3 Stars, Summary: Bulldogs Down IceCaps for First Preseason Win

Preseason  Game 1  Away game 1  |  Thursday October 2, 2014 | Bulldogs lead Mary’s Cup series 1-0

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 Game Recap:

The St. John’s IceCaps struck first scoring on Bulldogs starter Joey MacDonald just three minutes in to the opening frame. Shane Bakker tied in up for the Bulldogs nearing the midway point of the period. Two goals, one for each side, within a minute of each other left the teams tied after the first period. Daniel Carr scored the winner for the Bulldogs at the 8:25 mark of the second period. Splitting the goaltending duties, Franky Palazzese took over the Bulldogs goal at the 9:38 mark of the second.

Game 2 of the three-game Mary’s Cup series is scheduled for Friday at 5:30 pm. ET at the Gander Community Centre.

Plus / Minus

▲   Daniel Carr. Charles Hudon, Morgan Ellis

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 FINAL 1 2 3 T
 Hamilton Bulldogs 2 1 0 3
 St. John’s IceCaps 2 0 0 2

Goal Scorers:
HAM  Shane Bakker, Charles Hudon, Daniel Carr
STJ  Mike Cornell, Chase Balisy
HAM Joey MacDonald, Franky Palazzese (W)
STJ Jussi Olkinuora (L)

Shots on Goal:

 FINAL 1 2 3 T
 Hamilton Bulldogs NA
  St. John’s IceCaps NA

 AHL Three Stars
  1. Charles Hudon  HAM  (one goal, one assist)
  2. Mike Cornell STJ  (one goal)
  3. Daniel Carr  HAM  (one goal, one assist)
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