Friday, January 29, 2010

Huskies Fall to V-Reds

UNB sweeps the regular season series with a 3-1 victory  over the SMU Huskies.  Scoring for UNB were John Scott Dickson, Lachlan MacIntosh, and Hunter Tremblay.  Travis Fullerton was there when called upon, including a big save on a SMU break-away with the score 1-0 in the 2nd period.

The V-Reds will focus their attention on the big game vs. Acadia tomorrow night at the Aitken Centre...

Here's a link to the Daily Gleaner game story.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

good game but where was danton?he didnt show up at all.have a freind with a senoir league team, he could play with them....dont drop the soap...

Anonymous said...

Yeah based on tonight's game I would say that Danton would not crack UNB's current line up. Two Questions... Where was Wright and what about that hit Clendenning delivered in the 3rd. That was a Monster hit.... Who was the guy he hit?

UNB Bruins Fan said...

Apparently Wright was suspended for a game...due to the 5 minute CFB against STU???

Anonymous said...

it was Danton's 2nd game in 6 years. Give him some slack. Did anyone really expect him to do much against UNB. Anyone here spend 6 years away from the game and lets see how good you can be.

Good game by the Reds. SMU could not get one second of 5 on 5 pressure against them and Fullerton bounced back from his performance against STU.

Anonymous said...

as far a danton, i watched some clips on youtube when i got home and when he was with STL and to be honest i dont know how he cracked there lineup either.he had 12 points in 68 games for STL so hes nothing to fear...

Anonymous said...

he wasnt in NJ or STL to score goals....he was there as a role player. Kinda need those on a team.

Anonymous said...

That's 12 NHL points more than anyone else in the CIS right now.

David Kilfoil said...

Yes, Wright had to serve a game suspension for that checking from behind major in the STU game ... which I thought should have been a boarding call or two-minute CFB, but no matter ...

As for Danton, as has been said, he hasn't played in six years and everyone in the AUS is in peak condition in the stretch drive, and he still doesn't look out of place out there. Wait until playoffs, or better yet, next October, and then we'll have a better comparison.