Yetman was pulled halfway through the second after allowing 3 goals on 10 shots (some were very flukey goals), and...um...yeah, well....umm. Corbeil was good in relief, allowing only one goal on 17 shots in the final 33 minutes of play. If Yeti has any thing to look forward to it is my saying that I am impressed with his development as a puck handler. It is just too bad Bona fails to notice the puck being passed to him.
Mooseheads goals were scored by Knotek (from Desjardins) and Pender on the Power Play (from Knotek and MacAskill). Haddad, Meilleur, MacNeil (x2, 1 ENG), and Lavigueur scored for the Eagles.
Game stars were:
Now boys, I don't mean to be alarmist...but I saw puckbunnies tonight. They were in the bathroom getting tarted up before the end of the third period...just waiting to make their locker room stroll. Do you know they bring eyelash curlers with them to hockey games? Scarey. They may bite, but if biting is your thing, then maybe you should beware the disease. Just saying.
Some men like a challenge...just not hockey players.
On another equally alarming note - Jessyko Bernard. Sit down, we have to talk. Are you scared of insects? I just ask because, and don't freak-out or anything, but I think there are caterpillars on your face. No no, calm down. Here, let me just remove them with a razor and some shave gel.
Paquette is replacing an injured MacMillan in the lineup for the Canada Russia Challenge.
Matthew Wuest (Metro)- Piette's stellar play keeping him out of the Pressbox
Matthew Wuest (Metro)- Desjardins, Lemieux get U-17 shot.