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January           Game Results      February
 
January 12th
Blackhawks 7 Bruins 0
The Blackhawks offense started the new season in high gear with an impressive win over the Bruins. To make matters worse for the Bruins, the Hawk defense was very sharp with Makayla Lee-Brown and Austin Rood particularly playing great D in front of Goalie Kenny Christopher who allowed nothing past him for the first shutout of 08.Tyler Kerjes had a hat trick and center Andrew Brighton collected 2 goals(as well as a pair of assists).  Brielle Hammond and Drew Allen also scored goals for the Blackhawks in the victory.
Red Wings 3 Northstars 3
The Wings took a three goal lead in the contest until late in the second period when Cameron Pifer scored and then a strange bounce off of the Wing defense caused Mclain Morehouse to be credited with a Star tally. In the third period a Rage Sheldon smash from the centerline tied it up to stay. The Red Wing goals came from Jarrett Hickey, Nicolas Allwardt, and Katie Blodgett.
Canadiens 6 Ranger 4
This tilt was mostly all offense as the Canadiens scored three unanswered goals in the third period to come back to win. Andrew Hanford had a hat trick and Kevin Nichols had the other score for the Rangers. Canadien goals were by Cathleen Seaton, Stephanie Bumford, Elizabeth Davis, Michael Davis, Gabriel Gorton, and Brandon Anders.
Kings 4 Senators 2
The Kings proved that they are looking to end their playoff absence this season with a well played defeat of the Senators(who hadn't lost a regular season game since the 2005 KFHL season). The King goals were by Jonah Denton, Samantha Denton, Brandon Kenyon, and Aaron Knoll. The Senator's goal scorers were Alec Hosmer and
Jordan Jenkins. Goalie Jordan Denton of the Kings made some key saves and the King defense played a very good game to help earn the win.
January 14th
Penguins 2 Blues 1
Both teams had  few scoring opportunities. Zachary Rosenberger had two goals for the Pens and the Blues only tally was by Cody Morris.
Flyers 3 Maple Leafs 2
The Flyer took the lead with three second period goals and then held on to win after the Leafs came back with two third period scores. Flyer goal scorers were Cole Decker, Matt Reid, and Trenton Leonard. Maple Leaf goals came from Aaron Krive and rookie Lyndi Rose.
Bruins 4 Rangers 3
Much of this game saw the Bruins leading , but the Rangers pressed them right to the end. The Bruins had a pair of goals each from Anthony Mahler and rookie Bailey Weiler.The Rangers got two from Abigail Smith and one from Andrew Hanford.
January 18th
Red Wings 4 Blackhawks 2
The Red Wings jumped off to a 2 goal lead in the first period with goals from Mike Messler and Wyatt Ledford, but the Blackhawks got one back in the second on a Troy Allen power play tally. The Hawks tied the game up early in the third on a Drew Allen goal, but then with 6:34 remaining in the game Katie Blodgett scored her second of the young season to put the Wings back in the lead to stay. The Blackhawks pulled their goalie for a sixth attacker late in the period and Sam Bonney scored an empty net goal with only 13 seconds left to ice the win for the Wings.
Northstars 5 Canadiens 1
The Canadiens had their only goal within the first minute of play when the Star’s goalie Seth Gurd got tangled up with his defenseman just outside the goal box and the puck squirted free to Cathleen Seaton who slipped it into the net. The Northstars had the only goals after that point with Rage Sheldon getting two, Jacob Wessner (scoring from the defense), Mclain Morehouse, and Austin Hartwell each having one.
Kings 7 Flyers 0
This game was close in the first half with Kings only ahead by one goal, but then the second part of the contest was a different story. Samantha Denton scored two for the Kings in the game and Brandon Kenyon, Zach Wolcott, Megan Green, and Aaron Knoll had the other goals. Jordan Denton was in goal for the Kings in the first two periods and Storm Ewing took over in the third.
January 19th
Blues 5 Rangers 3
The Rangers jumped off to a two goal lead, but the Blues fought back to tie it up by the end of the second period and then took the lead to win in the third period. The Rangers got two goals from Abigail Smith and one from Andrew Hanford. The Blues had a pair of goals from rookie Parker Hall, as well as one each from Macy Mund, Luke Cosgrove, and Cody Morris.
Penguins 5 Senators 0
The Senators were missing some key players and suffered their second loss of the season at the hands of the Penguins. The Pens had two goals from Zackary Rosenberger and one each from Matt Christianson, Toree Heney, and Josh Sanchez. The Penguin defense had another good outing and allowed the Senators very few scoring chances.
Bruins 2 Maple Leafs 1
The Bruins held on to win this close contest. They took the lead in the first on a Bailey Weiler goal, but the Leafs tied it up about three minutes later on rookie Andrew Nichols first KFHL goal. With 4:09 left in the contest rookie Bruin Logan Valiquette scored his first ever which they were able to make stand up for the victory.
Red Wings 3 Kings 1
After a scoreless first period the Wing got a goal from Sam Bonney, but then the Kings drew even on a mistake by the Red Wing goalie Greg Glass. Glass (who otherwise played a flawless game), stopped a shot from Jordan Denton, but then put it in his own net when attempting to clear the puck. The Wings Wyatt Ledford scored a shorthanded goal early in the third period to take back the lead and about four minutes later his brother Austin knocked home another to seal the win for the Red Wings.
January 21st
Blackhawks 13 Maple Leafs 1
The Maple Leafs were short some key players and the Hawks went on a scoring rampage in this one. Black Hawk goals were by Tyler Kersjes and Hannah Hammond (hat tricks), Michaela Johnson and Brielle Hammond (two each), as well as Jacob Brighton, Lee Christopher, and Andrew Brighton. Hawk goalie Kenny Christopher had his attempt at a shutout spoiled in the third period by Leaf rookie Shamin Rowley’s first KFHL goal
Northstars 4 Rangers 3
The hard luck Rangers saw this one slip away later in the third period after they had gone briefly in the lead after struggling back to tie the game up in both the first and second periods. Ranger goal scorers were Andrew Hanford, Abigail Smith, and Jon Lehman. Star goal scoring came from Cameron Pifer, Mclain Morehouse, and two by Rage Sheldon.
Blues 8 Canadiens 1
The Blues defense played well keeping most of the play out of their end and giving their offense lots of shots at the Canadien net. Blues goals were by Cody Morris and Kallie Orsborn (2 each), as well as Hunter Sebastian, Tyler Bushey, Luke Cosgrove, and Tad Mead. The lone Canadien goal was by Garett Gay.
January 25th
Red Wings 3 Blues 2
The Red Wings came back in the third period to win this one after the Blues had had the lead through the first two. The Blues had goals in the first period from Hunter Sebastian and Tad Mead. The Wings had them from Sam Bonney, Jarret Hickey, and Wyatt Ledford in the third for the victory
Flyers 6 Rangers 2
The Rangers jumped off to a lead in this one on goals by Abigail Smith and Andrew Hanford, but the Flyers came back in the 2nd & 3rd periods to easily get the win. Flyer goals were two by Norman Hurosky and Trenton Leonard as well as one each by Austin Reynolds and Liam Boldrey.
Penguins 5 Bruins 2
The second period saw all the scoring in this one. The Penguin’s Josh Sanchez had a hat trick and Anthony Christianson scored two more for them. The Bruin goals were scored by Logan Ramey and Michael Sprague.
January 26th
Senators 8 Bruins 1
The Senators looked like the puck control team of the last two KFHL seasons as they peppered the Bruin net minder. Gunner Tobias had five goals for the Sens, Jordan Jenkins two, and Corey Turner one. The Bruins’ lone talley was by rookie Trenton Imes in his first KFHL game.
Northstars 2 Maple Leafs 1
The Maple Leafs put up a great fight against the Stars and came within less than two minutes of getting a point out of this contest. Northstars’ Mclain Morehouse scored in the first period, but the Maple Leafs’ Shamin Rowley tied it up in the second. With 1:31 remaining in the third though Cameron Pifer scored the winning goal . Both goalies (Seth Gurd for the Stars and Seth Feasel of the Leafs) played very well.
Blackhawks 4 Penguins 0
After a scoreless first period the Hawks had two goals in each of the last two periods to beat the Penguins. Blackhawk goal scorers were Lee Christopher, Andrew Brighton, Tyler Kersjes, and Michaela Johnson. Kenny Christopher recorded his second shutout of the campaign.
Kings 4 Blues 2
The King centers Evan Adianson and Marcus Wesner again had great efforts to help give their forwards a chance to get shots on net against a tough Blues defense. Aaron Knoll had a pair of goals for the Kings while Samantha Denton and Megan Green each supplied one. The Blues had goals from Hunter Sebastian and Kallie Orsborn.
January 28th
Blackhawks 3 Senators 0
Kenny Christopher got his 3rd shutout for the Hawks this season and their goals were all from the Brighton boys for this victory. Jacob Brighton had a pair and big brother Andrew scored the third. The Blackhawk defense played well in keeping the number of Senator shots down.
Maple Leafs 3 Canadiens 1
The Maple Leafs got their first win of the season in a close contest. They got good goal tending from Seth Feasel and two goals from Douglas Sears as well as one from Shiann Adams. Both of the Sears’s goals were on power plays in the third period with the last one being an empty net goal with 9 seconds left. The Canadiens’s only goal was by Stephanie Bumford.
 

Offensive Player
of the Night
January 13th
Blackhawks - Andrew Brighton
2 goals & 2 assists
January 14th
Bruins - Anthony Mahler
2 goals
January 18th
Kings - Samantha Denton
2 goals & 1 assist
January 19th
Penguins - Zackary Rosenberger
2 goals & 1 assist
January 21st
Blackhawks - Tyler Kersjes
3 goals
January 25th
Penguins - Josh Sanchez
2 goals & 2 assists
January 26th
Senators- Gunner Tobias
5 goals
January 28th
Maple Leafs- Douglas Sears
2 goals
February 2nd
Red Wings - Mike Messler
2 goals & 9 assists !
February 4th
Bruins - Anthony Mahler
2 goals & 1 assist 
February 8th
Senators - Gunner Tobias
5 goals & 5 assists 
February 9th
Red Wings - Katie Blodgett
4 goals & 1 assist
February 15th
Senators - Gunner Tobias
4 goals & 1 assist
February 16th
Blackhawks - Andrew Brighton
3 goals & 2 assists
February 22nd
Blackhawks - Tyler Kersjes
3 goals
February 23rd
Northstars - Rage Sheldon
2 goals & 1 assist
February 25th
Kings - Brandon Kenyon
3 goals & 1 assist
February 28th
Kings - Samantha Denton 
2 goals & 1 assist
February 29th
Blues - Chris Snook
3 goals
March 1st
Senators - Gunner Tobias
4 goals & 2 assists
March 3rd
Bruins - Anthony Mahler
1 goal & 2 assists
 
 
Defensive Player
of the Night
January 13th
Blackhawks - Makayla Lee-Brown
1 assist & very tough D
January 14th
Blues - Chris Snook
1 assist & good D
January 18th
Red Wings - Tesla Meade
Very nice D
January 19th
Red Wings - Ethan Lewis
Good D and 1 big assist !
January 21st
Blues - Kristin Primm
1 assist & good D
January 25th
Red Wings - Ethan Lewis
Good D & 1 assist
January 26th
Kings - Jordan Denton
2 assists
January 28th
Blackhawks - Makayla-Lee Brown
Great D on penalty kill
February 2nd
Red Wings - Tesla Meade
1 goal & 1 assist
February 4th
Blues - Ryan Cook
2 assists & good D
February 8th
Kings - Grant Adrianson
2 assists & good  D
February 9th
Maple Leafs - Brandon Wilson
1 goal & 1 assist
February 15th
Kings - Grant Adrianson
2 goals & 1 assist
February 16th
Red Wings - Tesla Meade
2 assists & good D
February 22nd
Blackhawks - Makayla-Lee Brown
1 assist & good D
February 23rd
Penguins - Shaylynn Bement
1 assist & good D
February 25th
Kings - Grant Adrianson
1 assist & good D
February 28th
Kings - Grant Adrianson
1 goal & good D
February 29th
 Maple Leafs -Brandon Wilson
1 assist & good D
March 1st
Senators - Luke Robles
2 assists & good D
March 3rd
Penguins - Jadelyn Stwert
2 assists & excellent D

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February 2nd
Penguins 0 Kings 0
Good Goaltending was featured in this game with both Ryan Myall of the Penguins and Jordan Denton of the Kings getting their first shutout of the season. Both team’s defense played well to keep the number of second shots from rebounds down to keep this a scoreless tie.
Blackhawks 12 Flyers 0
The Blackhawks’ offense proved too much for the Flyers in this one sided match up. The Hawks’ Tyler Kersjes, Troy Allen, Hannah Hamond, Jacob Brighton, and Andrew Brighton each had a pair of goals and they got single goals from Drew Allen and Michaela Johnson.
Red Wings 15 Maple Leafs 3
The Leafs had a two goal lead on scores by Shamin Rowley( who also added another late in the contest) and Garrett Lesage in the first period before the Red Wings started their scoring spree. The Wings had hat tricks from Sam Bonney and Wyatt Ledford, as well as a pair of goals from Mike Messler, Nicolas Allwardt, and Jarret Hickey. Other Wing goals were by Tesla Meade(from the defense),Tanner Brownell, and Katie Blodgett.
Senators 9 Canadiens 0
The Senators took the lead in the contest’s first period and never let the Canadiens get going in this one. Olivia Ricketts, Katie Dixon, and Alec Hosmer each had two goals for the Senators and Savanah Ackett, Gunner Tobias, and Kayla Dankenbring one each.
February 4th
Red Wings 3 Senators 1
The Red Wings’ Jarrett Hickey gave them the lead with a first period goal, however Jordan Jenkins of the Senators tied it up with a hard second period shot. In the third period Katie Blodgett scored what ended up being the winning goal and Sam Bonney got an insurance tally for the Wings.
Blues 2 Northstars 0
Tad Mead scored both goals for the Blues to give them a hard fought victory over the Northstars. The Blues’ defense, led by Ryan Cook, played an aggressive game keeping the Northstars’ from getting many close in shots.
Bruins 3 Flyers 1
The Bruin’s two power play goals over the Flyers made the difference in this one. Jacob Bross scored his first goal of 08 on a shot close in front of the Flyer goalie on the first power play. Anthony Mahler had a second power play score for the Bruins in the second period and then an even strength goal in the third.
February 8th
Kings 14 Rangers 0
The Rangers weren’t able to get much action in the Kings’ end of the floor because of the good King D. The Kings had a hat trick from Evan Adrianson and two goals each from Brandon Kenyon, Zach Walcott, Samantha Denton, and Marcus Wesner. They also had single goals from Jonah Denton, Aaron Knoll, and Brandon Ulrich.
Blackhawks 5 Blues 2
The Blues’ Luke Cosgrove had the first goal of the contest and Jacob Hall had the last of the game for them in third period, but the Hawks had gotten five in between for the win. Andrew Brighton and Brielle Hammond each had two of the Blackhawk goals with Troy Allen getting the other.
Senators 15 Maple Leafs 3
Everyone that scored in this game didn’t stop with one !The Senators’ Gunner Tobias had 5 goals, Corey Turner and Alec Hosmer each had 3, Katie Dixon and Savanah Ackett had a pair each. All 3 of the Leaf goals were by Seth Feasel .
February 9th
Kings 2 Blackhawks 0
Both teams were missing a few key people, but this was a very entertaining and well played match-up. Storm Ewing, in goal for the Kings, made some key saves in getting the shutout and Kenny Christopher, in net for the Hawks also made some good stops to keep the game close. The Kings two outstanding centers Marcus Wesner and Evan Adrianson made the difference in the game by keeping the pressure on in the Hawks end during much of the time and each found the back of the net on hard shots to give their team the win.
Red Wings 10 Canadiens 1
Katie Blodgett had a hat trick in the first period and added another goal in the third to prove she is a real threat in front of any opponents net. She picked up several rebounds from Tanner Brownell shots who also had a pair of Wing goals. Tesla Meade played another strong defensive game and picked up her second goal of the season from the defense. Jarrett Hickey, Austin Ledford, and Sam Bonney picked up the other Red Wing goals.
Penguins 4 Flyers 0
Toree Heney showed why forwards should stay near the front of the net as she picked up a hat trick to lead the Penguins past the Flyers. Zackary Rosenberger, who picked up assists on two of Heney’s goals, also scored. Ryan Myall, in net for the Penguins, quietly picked up his second shutout in a row.
Maple Leafs 6 Rangers 2
The Leaf offense was given a boost by the aggressive play of their defense. The D was led by Brandon Wilson who scored the only goal of the first period on a hard drive that found the back of the Ranger net. Seth Feasel had two Maple Leaf goals and Donald Hampton, Garrett LeSage, & Skylar Mullins each had one. The Ranger goals were by Andrew Hanford and Abigail Smith.
February 15th
Kings 12 Maple Leafs 0
Four Kings had two goals each against the Leafs including one with two from the defense. Marcus Wesner, Jordan Denton, and Jonah Denton each had a pair while Grant Adrianson scored two from the D. Brandon Kenyon, Samantha Denton, Evan Adrianson, and Brandon Ulrich each had one for the Kings. 
Red Wings 6 Rangers 0
Red Wing goalie Greg Glass shutout the Rangers as they rolled on to another victory. Jarrett Hickey had two goals and Austin Ledford, Katie Blodgett, Tanner Brownell and Sam Bonney each had one for the Wings.
Senators 9 Northstars 1
Gunner Tobias had 4 goals and Katie Dixon had a hat trick for the Senators in their win over the Stars. The Senators goalie Olivia Ricketts played a strong game and only allowed one goal( a power play tally by McLain Morehouse ). The other Senator goals were by Alec Hosmer and Jordan Jenkins.
February 16th
Blackhawks 10 Canadiens 2
The Blackhawks were able to score five of their goals while shorthanded in this one. Troy Allen and Andrew Brighton each had hat tricks for the Hawks, Drew Allen had two, while Tyler Kersjes and Michaela Johnson each had one. Canadien goals were by Gabe Gorton and Garret Gay.
Red Wings 4 Bruins 3
The Wings had to come back to win this penalty filled game. Bruin goals were by Trenton Imes, Bailey Weiler, and Anthony Mahler. Red Wing scorers were Dustin Cook (who had a pair), Tanner Brownell, and Sam Bonney
Blues 4 Flyers 0
After a scoreless first period the Blues got two goals only 19 seconds apart from Tad Mead. At 4:03 in the third period Garret Shaw had another for the Blues and Parker Hall got their fourth at the buzzer.
Penguins 3 Maple Leafs 2
A Toree Heney third period goal was the difference for the Penguins in this one. Earlier Pen shorthanded goals were by Matt Christianson and Cougar Morrow. The Leafs had two power play goals from Shamin Rowley.
February 22nd
Kings 3 Canadiens 0
The Canadiens gave the Kings  a real tussle in this one, but in the end a shutout by Storm Ewing in net for the Kings was the big difference. Brandon Ulrich had two of the goals for the Kings and assisted on the third by Brandon Kenyon.
Blackhawks 5 Northstars 1
The Hawk's Tyler Kersjes hat trick and goals by Jacob Brighton and Troy Allen won this for them. Raeann Kienutske had the only Star goal. 
Red Wings 4 Flyers 0
Thw Wings scored on three powerplays and goalie Greg Glass shutout the Flyers for the victory. Wyatt Ledford had two of the powerplay goals and Sam Bonney the other. Mike Messler had the only even strenght goal for the Red Wings.
February 23rd
Senators 4 Flyers 1

The Senators had to keep pressing Flyer goalie Cole Decker (who played a strong game in net), to get this win with some third period goals. Senator Jordan Jenkins had a first period tally, but Flyer rookie Trey Leonard scored his first KFHL goal to tie it up in the final seconds of the period. The score remained tied until the third period when Corey Turner, Gunner Tobias, and Alec Hosmer each finally were able to score to get the Senators their two points.

Northstars 3 Bruins 1

Northstar goalie Cameron Pifer allowed a first period goal by Bruin Ryan Mudge and then shut them out the rest of the way to get the victory. The Stars had two goals from Rage Sheldon and one by Jacob Wessner.

Penguins 5 Canadiens 2
The Pens had two goals from Josh Sanchez, and one each from Matt Christianson, Toree Heney, and Ryan Myall to get this victory. The Canadien goals were by Brandon Anders and Matthew Braden
February 25th
Senators 2 Blues 1
This was a very close game with the Blues drawing first blood with a Luke Cosgrove goal in the first period. The Senators came back with a Gunner Tobias goal in the second and then another Tobias tally in the third for the win.
Kings 9 Bruins 0
The King defense again was able to keep the other team from getting much going in their end and their offense stayed very busy too. Brandon Kenyon had a hat trick and Brandon Ulrich and Samantha Denton each had two goals for the Kings. Marcus Wesner and Bryan Venton had their other goals.
Flyers3 Canadiens 1
The Flyers had a Powerplay goal by Norman Hurosky in the first period and then two shorthanded ones by Cole Decker and Trenton Leonard in the third to get the win. The onl;y Canadien tally was by Brandon Anders. 
February 28th
Penguins 2 Rangers 0
The Rangers played a tough game against the Penguins to keep it close to the end, but their offense wasn't able to get anything into the Pens net. The Penguin goals came from Toree Heney and Josh Sanchez.
Kings 6 Northstars 1
The Northstars finally brought the Kings shutout streak of 6 straight games to an end, but still lost to the Kings fire power. The lone Northstar goal scorer was Rage Sheldon.
Samantha Denton had two King goals while others were by Evan Adriansion,Brandon Kenyon, Marcus Wesner, and Grant Adrianson (his third of the season from defense).
Blues 2 Bruins 1
Two Tad Mead goals won this for the Blues in a close game. The only Bruin goal was by Ryan Mudge.
February 29th
Blues 6 Maple Leafs 1
Chris Snook played forward instead of defense in this game for the Blues and it really paid off ! Snook led Blues scorers with a hat trick. Hunter Sebastian, Tyler Bushey, and Cody Morris had the other Blues goals. Seth Feasel had the only Leaf tally.
Blackhawks 5 Rangers 0
Blackhawk scorers looked like they were ready for playoff action as they were sending a lot of shots at the Ranger net. Andrew Brighton had two goals and Tyler Kersjes, Troy Allen, and Brielle Hammond each had one a piece for the Hawks.
March 1st
Senators 9 Rangers 0
The Senators finished their regular season looking ready for another playoff run in 08. KFHL Gunner Tobias finished the season with 4 goals (making 21 on the year), Alec Hosmer and Katie Dixon each had two, and rookie Mark Dixon had his first KFHL tally.
Northstars 4 Flyers 3
The Stars hung on to win this contest as the Flyers pressed to the end. Northstar goals were by Raeann Kienutske, Jacob Wessner, Tayley Histed, and Mclain Morehouse, Cole Decker scored a pair of goals and Robert Tuller had the other one for the Flyers.
Red Wings 2 Penguins 1
Wyatt Ledford provided all the scoring the Red Wings needed to finish their regular 2008 campaign undefeated as he scored a pair of goals to defeat the Penguins. Ex- Wing Matt Christianson had the only Penguin goal as the Wing D and goalie Greg Glass had another strong game.
March 4th
Penguins 3 Northstars 2 
The Penguins won this one, but only after they and the Stars had gone through the first two periods in a scoreless tie. Penguin goals were by Josh Sanchez, Toree Heney, and Zacary Rosenberger. Northstar goals came from Sam Seaton and Mclain Morehouse.
Bruins 4 Canadiens 2
The Canadiens jumped off to a lead in the first period on goals by Cathleen Seaton and Garett Gay, but Bruin goalie Bryan Guernsey came in to shut them out the rest of the game. The Bruins had two goals from  Ryan Mudge and one each from Anthony Mahler and Bailey Weiler.
Goalie of the Night
January 12th
Blackhawks - Kenny Christopher
Shutout over Bruins
January 14th
Bruins - Bryan Guernsey
allowed only 3 goals in win over Rangers
January 18th
Red Wings - Greg Glass
allowed only 2 goals against Blackhawks
January 19th
Red Wings - Greg Glass
allowed only 1 goal against Kings
January 21st
Blackhawks - Kenny Christopher
allowed 1 goal vs Maple Leafs
January 25th
Red Wings - Greg Glass
allowed only 2 goals against Blues
January 26th
Blackhawks - Kenny Christopher
shutout over Penguins
January 28th
Blackhawks - Kenny Christopher
shutout over Senators
February 2nd
Penguins - Ryan Myall
               &
Kings - Jordan Denton
shutouts against each other !
February 4th
Red Wings - Tanner Brownell
allowed only 1 goal against Blues
February 8th
Blackhawks - Kenny Christopher
allowed only 2 goals against  Blues
February 9th
Kings - Storm Ewing
shutout against Blackhawks
February 15th
Red Wings - Greg Glass
shutout against Rangers
February 16th
Maple Leafs - Seth Feasel
held the Penguins to 3 goals
February 22nd
Kings - Storm Ewing
shutout against Canadiens
February 23rd
Northstars - Cameron Pifer
held the Bruins to 1 goal
February 25th
Kings  - Jordan Denton
shutout against Bruins
February 28th
Rangers - Shelbi Snowden
held the Penguins to 2 goals  
February 29th
Rangers - Shelbi Snowden
held Blackhawks to 5 goals
March 1st
Senators - Corey Turner
Shutout against  Rangers
March 4th
Northstars - Cameron Pifer
held the Penguins to 3 goals

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