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There were twenty-two former featherheads to swarm the ice last night. The two goaltenders picked up wins while the skaters added four goals and five assists to amass nine points. Big stand outs were Travis Moen, Martin Havlat, and Tim Brent, each one posting two points. Disappointing to see the ‘Hawks lose to a team like Florida, but hopefully it lights a fire under their asses for tonight’s game! Enjoy!

Click the jump for updates from the 3/8/11 games

Shawn Thornton – Boston
9:40 TOI, two shots,

Travis Moen – Montreal
16:40 TOI, two assists (9,10), plus one
Travis only has ten assists on the whole season and four of them are in the last three games.

Brent Sopel – Montreal
14:36 TOI, plus one

James Wisniewski – Montreal
19:34 TOI, one goal (8), two shots
Continuing his career year by adding another goal.

Ryan Potulny – Ottawa
7:36 TOI, one shot

Craig Anders(s)on – Ottawa
Win (18), 31 saves on 32 shots, .969 SV%

Tim Brent – Toronto
15:10 TOI, one goal (8), one assist (8), four shots, 8 of 14 on face-offs
Number two star of the game and scored his career high eight goal on a garbage clean up around the net. Good job kid having an impressive first full season.

Kris Versteeg – Philadelphia
15:11 TOI, two shots, 0 of 1 on face-offs

Craig Adams – Pittsburgh
9:59 TOI, one shot, 0 of 1 on face-offs

Sergei Samsonov – Florida
16:44 TOI, one assist (18), plus one
Three points in his last three games.

J.P. Dumont – Nashville
6:43 TOI

David Koci – Colorado
2:52 TOI

Colin Fraser – Edmonton
9:33 TOI, plus one, 5 of 10 on face-offs

Jason Strudwick – Edmonton
14:16 TOI

Jim Vandermeer – Edmonton
20:33 TOI, minus three, two shots

Martin Havlat – Minnesota
18:49 TOI, one goal (21), one assist (38), plus one, 6 PIM, five shots
Marty now has 59 points on the season and has a five game point streak which he has seven points, two goals and five assists. In his last ten games, Havlat has eleven points with five goals and six assists. Playing really well lately and is carrying this Wild team.

John Madden – Minnesota
18:28 TOI, one goal (11), plus one, five shots, 4 of 8 on face-offs
Game winning goal for Mad-dog who is playing really good hockey for the Wild. He now has eleven goals which surpasses last years total of ten.

Cam Barker – Minnesota
11:38 TOI, plus one, one shot
First game since February 22nd.

Adrian Aucoin – Phoenix
23:48 TOI, two shots

Radim Vrbata – Phoenix
15:25 TOI, three shots

Ben Eager – San Jose
6:06 TOI

Antti Niemi – San Jose
Win (26), 23 saves on 25 shots, .920 SV%

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