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The Habs had a better effort in Detroit, but a lack of discipline, along with some ill-advised giveaways late in the game, led to the Montreal Canadiens losing 3-2 at the hands of the Red Wings.

Join Steven Hindle, along with Coach K and Steve Farnham as they wallow in the Canadiens’ 4-game losing streak.


After a tough loss, the Montreal Canadiens travel to HockeyTown USA to take on the Detroit Red Wings at the Joe Louis Arena.

Join Steven Hindle, along with Steve Farnham and CoachK as they preview the second of back to back games for the Habs, along with Clark Rasmussen of DetroitHockey.Net from ‘Behind Enemy Lines’, brought to you by Telsys.


Despite giving up the first goal and trailing in a game for the first time this season, the Montreal Canadiens continued their stellar play, putting pedal to the metal, and beating the Detroit Red Wings by a score of 4-1. That extends their unbeaten streak to start the season to six games.

Join Steven Hindle and Coach K, along with Steve Farnham as they break it all down with the help of Global’s Kelly Greig, who joined the crew live from the Bell Centre to give us post-game reactions.


Join Steven Hindle and Steve Farnham, alogn with Coach K, as they ask the question on everyone’s minds…
Can the Montreal Canadiens extend their undefeated start to the season to six games against Henrik Zetterberg and the Detroit Red Wings?

Clark Rasmussen from DetroitHockey.net joins us from ‘Behind Enemy Lines’, brought to you by Telsys, to give us the Red Wings’ side of the argument, and Sportsnet.ca’s Eric Engels does the same, live from the Bell Centre.



Friday, November 8th, 2013

Hamilton allows four goals in 1:13 span in defeat

HAMILTON, ONTARIO – A flurry of four Grand Rapids Griffins goals in a 1:13 span in the second period was the undoing of the Hamilton Bulldogs Friday night as the ‘Dogs (5-4-0-3) fell to the Griffins (9-2-1-1) 6-1 at Copps Coliseum.

Griffins forward Cory Emmerton opened the scoring at 8:05 of the first period, with assists to defenceman Alexey Marchenko and forward Jeff Hoggan.

Grand Rapids forward Calle Jarnkrok extended the lead to 2-0 on the power play at 11:03 of the opening frame, with assists credited to forwards Gustav Nyquist and Tomas Jurco.

The second-period goal flurry started with Griffins forward Andrej Nestrasil making it 3-0 at 10:52, with forward Riley Sheahan recording the assist. Just 23 seconds later, Jarnkrok notched his second of the night to make it 4-0, again assisted by Nyquist and Jurco. Ten seconds after that, Grand Rapids forward Mitch Callahan scored to make it 5-0, with assists to Nestrasil and forward Triston Grant. Then, 40 seconds after that, with Bulldogs starting goaltender Robert Mayer out of the game and Dustin Tokarski in the Hamilton net in relief, Griffins forward Teemu Pulkkinen made it 6-0, with defenceman Ryan Sproul earning the assist.


With 55 seconds to play in a mostly quiet third period, Bulldogs forward Sven Andrighetto broke the Griffins’ shutout bid with a power play goal, assisted by forward Maxime Macenauer and defenceman Greg Pateryn.


Mayer made nine saves on 14 shots for the Bulldogs and was credited with the loss, while Tokarski made seven saves on eight shots in relief. Petr Mrazek made 30 saves on 31 shots for the Griffins in the win.

Both the Bulldogs and the Griffins went 1-for-7 on the power play.


Scoring Summary:

1st Period:
1. GR – Cory Emmerton – 1 – (Alexey Marchenko, Jeff Hoggan) – 8:05
2. GR – Calle Jarnkrok – 4 – (Gustav Nyquist, Tomas Jurco) – 11:03 (PP)
2nd Period:
3. GR – Andrej Nestrasil – 2 – (Riley Sheahan) – 10:52
4. GR – Calle Jarnkrok – 5 – (Gustav Nyquist, Tomas Jurco) – 11:15
5. GR – Mitch Callahan – 4 – (Andrej Nestrasil, Triston Grant) – 11:25
6. GR – Teemu Pulkkinen – 6 – (Ryan Sproul) – 12:05


3rd Period:
7. HAM – Sven Andrighetto – 5 – (Maxime Macenauer, Greg Pateryn) – 19:05 (PP)



Grand Rapids: 2-4-0

Hamilton: 0-0-1


Grand Rapids: 9-9-4–22
Hamilton: 15-13-3–31


Grand Rapids: Petr Mrazek (W – 31 shots, 30 saves)
Hamilton: Robert Mayer (L – 14 shots, nine saves), Dustin Tokarski (eight shots, seven saves)

Power Play:

Grand Rapids: 1-for-7

Hamilton: 1-for-7

Attendance: 3,088

Three Stars:

1. GR – Calle Jarnkrok (Two goals)

2. GR – Andrej Nestrasil (One goal, one assist)

3. GR – Petr Mrazek (30 saves)


Dan Lawrie Insurance Premium Player of the Game: Mike Blunden

Hamilton’s next game is scheduled for Sunday, November 10th, when they will host the Utica Comets (AHL affiliate of the Vancouver Canucks) at 3:00 p.m. at Copps Coliseum. AM 900 CHML will join Sunday’s game in progress following the Hamilton Tiger-Cats game. The Bulldogs game can be heard in its entirety at www.900chml.com.

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