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    MINNESOTA      1   0   0   0  --1
    PHOENIX       1   0   0   0  --1
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    FIRST PERIOD -- Scoring: 1, Phoenix, Ivan Novoseltsev 2 (Chris Gratton,
    Brian Savage),4:42. 2, Minnesota, Andrew Brunette 13 (Stephane 
    Veilleux), 18:26. Penalties: A Zyuzin, Min (holding), 14:03.
    
    SECOND PERIOD -- Scoring: None. Penalties: B Helmer, Pho (roughing), 12:21; B Brown, 
    Min (roughing), 15:45; E Westrum, Pho (roughing), 15:45; S Veilleux, 
    Min (obstr hooking), 17:41.
    
    THIRD PERIOD -- Scoring: None. Penalties: M Rupp, Pho (double minor high sticking), 
    1:52; R Wallin, Min (obstr hooking), 4:41; R Suchy, Pho (holding 
    stick), 6:08.
    
    OVERTIME -- Scoring: None. Penalties: B Burns, Min (goalie interference), 1:50; K
    Kolanos, Pho (obstruction tripping), 4:28.
    
    Shots on goal:
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    MINNESOTA      7  10  13  1  --31  
    PHOENIX       9  8  6  3  --26  
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    Power-play Conversions: MIN - 0 of 5, PHO - 0 of 4. Goalies : 
    Minnesota, Dwayne Roloson (26 shots, 25 saves; record: 15-16-10). 
    Phoenix, Brent Johnson (31 shots, 30 saves; record: 4-3-2). A: 14,603.
     Referees: Don Koharski, Ian Walsh. Linesmen: Brad Lazarowich, Randy 
    Mitton.
    
              INDIVIDUAL PLAYER STATISTICS
    
    MINNESOTA               PHOENIX
            G  A  +/- Shots          G  A  +/- Shots
    M Gaborik   0  0  -1   6    D Langkow   0  0  even  2
    A Brunette   1  0  +1   1    J Taffe    0  0  even  0
    R Wallin    0  0  even  1    R Suchy    0  0  -1   4
    F Kuba     0  0  even  1    M Rupp     0  0  even  1
    R Park     0  0  even  3    S Doan     0  0  even  1
    S Veilleux   0  1  even  2    F Sjostrom   0  0  even  2
    W Mitchell   0  0  even  2    P Mara     0  0  even  1
    A Zyuzin    0  0  even  1    B Helmer    0  0  +1   2
    E Chouinard  0  0  -1   3    C Hulse    0  0  even  1
    A Laaksonen  0  0  even  2    K Kolanos   0  0  even  1
    J Wiemer    0  0  even  1    O Vaananen   0  0  +1   1
    M Chouinard  0  0  +1   1    B Ference   0  0  -1   0
    A Henry    0  0  +1   1    B Savage    0  1  even  1
    B Brown    0  0  -1   0    E Westrum   0  0  even  0
    N Schultz   0  0  even  2    I Novoseltsev 1  0  even  2
    B Burns    0  0  even  1    C Gratton   0  1  even  2
    A Daigle    0  0  even  3    D Cleary    0  0  even  2
    P Bouchard   0  0  even  0    M Comrie    0  0  even  3
    M Johnson   HEALTHY        T Nash     RIB INJURY    
    W Walz     GROIN         A Nazarov   HEALTHY      
    P Dupuis    HEALTHY

    GLENDALE, Arizona (Ticker) -- Brent Johnson made an
    impressive debut for the Phoenix Coyotes. It was not good
    enough to snap the team's winless streak.

    Acquired from the St. Louis Blues last Thursday, Johnson stopped
    30 shots as the Coyotes settled for a 1-1 tie with the
    Minnesota Wild in a game matching teams that are fading out of
    the playoff picture.

    The Coyotes extended their winless streak to eight games at
    0-4-2-2 and are 4-15-5-3 since January 9.

    Minnesota, which advanced to the Western Conference finals last
    season, is winless in its last seven games at 0-4-3 and has
    scored just seven goals in that span.

    Andrew Brunette scored the Wild's only goal on Sunday and that
    came on a shot that deflected off the skate of Phoenix
    defenseman Radoslav Suchy and went past Johnson with 1:34 left
    in the first period.

    Ivan Novoseltsev scored the Coyotes' lone goal 4:42 into the
    game.

    The Wild had the best chance to break the tie early in the third
    period, but Johnson stopped two shots by Alexandre Daigle from
    in front.



    Mr. G

  • #2
    What happened to Boucher?
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    • #3
      Time, give it time and they will see the real BJ that we all know about
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Guppy@Mar 7 2004, 11:28 PM
        Time, give it time and they will see the real BJ that we all know about
        The dreaded one that drags the teeth?

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        • #5
          I said it the day the trade was made:

          Johnson will do fairly well in Phoenix because they know how to work with young goalies.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Hullie@Mar 7 2004, 10:41 PM
            What happened to Boucher?
            they ran him into the ground, probably just got the rest he needed.

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            • #7
              That bunghole will probably end up doing good in Phoenix.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by ElviswasaBluesFan@Mar 7 2004, 11:46 PM
                That bunghole will probably end up doing good in Phoenix.
                can't say I blame him too much...look to the organization's lack of quality goaltending coaching...same way LaDunketty's to blame for Ankiel...
                . . . and to tell you this: I work with gays, have friends who are gay, go to church with gays. Most of them are aware that I believe that homosexual behavior is sin. Some of them actually agree. Most don't. It's OK . . . because they also know or at least have been made aware of my multitude of sins: adulterous heart, lustful and covetous behavior, wicked pride, angry spirit . . . do I need to go on?
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                • #9
                  From what I hear though, BJ didn't have the greatest work ethic. He has to take some of the blame.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ElviswasaBluesFan@Mar 7 2004, 11:53 PM
                    From what I hear though, BJ didn't have the greatest work ethic. He has to take some of the blame.
                    You're right, he didn't.....total slouch...

                    Having said that, no one paid much attention to his mechanics, either...someone pushing him and actually tutoring him could do some good....

                    I, however, won't be holding my breath...

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