Saturday, October 17, 2009

V-Reds Over Les Aigles, 9 - 3

Rookie Chris Culligan recorded his first hat trick in a V-Reds uniform, and Hunter Tremblay continued his ridiculous scoring pace as the V-Reds skated past UdeM by a score of 9-3.

The official score sheet from the AUS shows the UNB goal scorers as Chris Hodgson (2), Hunter Tremblay (2), Chris Culligan (3), Taylor Procyshen, and John Harty.  Luke Lynes was credited with 4 assists.  Derek Yeomans took the win and made 20 saves on 23 shots.  The final shot count was 47-23 for the V-Reds.

More to follow...

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm wondering whether or not there will be any suspensions for the team's next game against SMU as a result of all the misconducts that were handed out last night?

Anonymous said...

Correct me if I am wrong, but didn't Lynes score a goal against PEI? That is what I saw, and what the gleaner reported

http://dailygleaner.canadaeast.com/sports/article/827134

Anonymous said...

Yeh... if memory serves me correctly, wasn't it the 7th goal, the one that just dribbled past Sniderman. I also remember, though, that there was someone either skating through or parked in front of the crease... the puck may have been tipped or re-directed.

UNBhockeyfans.com said...

That's what we saw as well, but I see the AUS site didn't give Lynes credit for the goal. They may have corrected the stat sheet after the game if it was determined Lynes didn't get it, which could explain the discrepancy? Sometimes the goals and assists will change after the games upon review.

David Kilfoil said...

I'm guessing that since Hodgie had that game misconduct tacked on the end of all of his minutes that he might be suspended next game ... but I'm not certain.

Anonymous said...

Either way, it was totally worth it. I thoroughly enjoyed watching UNB have their way with a Moncton team that played as if they were dazed and confused for most of the night.

UNB Bruins Fan said...

Oh well...even if he is out UNB can just plug in someone else and probably not miss a beat...I think I counted six scratches last night (Hepditch/Campbell/Corcoran/Clendenning/Lee/Houle) which is more than I ever remember seeing. Obviously the last three we won't be seeing for awhile but the first three are more than adequette replacements...and with both Aldred and Hepditch being able to play forward and D UNB will have all kinds of options to work with should Hodgson miss a game.

Anonymous said...

It looks as if UNB's next game is against Acadia, not SMU, my bad.