Monday, July 11, 2011

Day 5 of 2011 Blackhawks Prospect Camp

The Blackhawks prospects scrimmaged in their fifth and final day of Prospect Camp on Monday. Here's another unofficial boxscore-like review of the game.

The Red Team's Lines
Jimmy Hayes - Kevin Hayes - David Gilbert
Byron Froese - Phillip Danault - Ludvig Rensfeldt
Mirko Hoefflin - Andrew Shaw - Eriah Hayes
Tim Schaller - Jeremy Welsh - Luke Sandler 

Matt Petgrave - Joe Lavin
Paul Phillips - Joe Gleason
Sam Jardine - Klas Dahlbeck
Ben Youds -  ___________

They played with seven defensemen so the pairings weren't together the whole game like how they're listed . They played with 7 D because Stephen Johns left camp early to attend summer classes at Notre Dame.

Johan Mattsson started the game in net for the Red Team. Michael Clemente came in for the second period and Mac Carruth was between the pipes in the third period.

The White Team's Lines
Brandon Saad - Mark McNeill - Philippe Paradis
Terry Broadhurst - Rob Flick - Stevie Moses
Alex Broadhurst - Joakim Nordstrom - Drew LeBlanc
Paul Zanette - Jack Maclellan - _________
Daniel Delisle was out of the line up for the White Team so they played a forward short. Paradis and Moses were just some of the guys that were double-shifted.

Dylan Olsen - Adam Clendening
Nick Mattson - Michael Paliotta
Shayne Taker - Justin Holl
Mat Bodie - ___________

The White Team also played with seven defensemen. Mark Nemec didn't dress because of the injury he sustained in the first scrimmage after a hit by Shaw. These D pairings weren't together the whole game either.
Kent Simpson started in net. Scott Greenham was between the pipes in the second period and Cal Heeter came in to play in the third period.

1st Period
*The times are, once again, how much time is left in the period.
16:38 - Saad puts one in the back of the net on a breakaway, giving the White Team a 1-0 lead.

10:58 - Rensfeldt is called for slashing, giving the White Team the first power play of the game.

10:35 - PPG - Paradis, from in tight, backhands a shot top shelf. 2-0 White.

9:02 - Shaw gets the loose puck out in front and puts it home, except moments before he did, the puck was knocked down with a high stick. No goal.

2nd Period
*The teams played 4-on-4 hockey for the first five minutes of the period.

19:22 - Jimmy Hayes misses the net, blocker side, on a breakaway.

16:11 - Olsen is called for slashing, giving the Red Team a power play.

14:38 - Petgrave is called for high sticking Nordstrom. White Team power play.

12:18 - Olsen gets his second penalty of the game. Another Red Team power play.

3rd Period
*They played 4-on-4 for the first five minutes of the period again.

18:27 - Petgrave's shot from the right circle finds its way in, getting the Red Team on the board. 2-1 White.

16:47 - Clendening flattens Jardine below the goal line. It was a nice hit.

16:33 - Shaw heads to the box for slashing. White Team power play.

14:37 - Moses goes to the front of the net and beautifully tips in a shot. 3-1 White.

8:11 - Zanette goes on a breakaway, but hits the right post.

6:57 - Olsen and Shaw drop the gloves in the left circle of the White Team's zone. Olsen was cut above the right eye and went off for repairs. He got three stitches. 

48.3 - After pulling their goalie, the Red Team calls a timeout. 

00.0 - Nordstrom gets an empty net goal, but time ran out and it didn't count.

Final Score: 3-1 White Team

The White Team celebrating right after the game ended.

The handshake line

The White Team celebrating with the nice trophy they won.

The team photo

•McNeill and Saad have good chemistry together. They played together on a line and were out there together during 4-on-4 play.
•Moses is great at stickhandling, along with all the other things about his game that make him fun to watch.
Flick doesn't seem to miss an opportunity to finish his checks.
•Clendening seems to be a good communicator out on the ice.
•McNeill is a very smooth skater.
•The line of Jimmy Hayes, Kevin Hayes, and Gilbert is fun to watch. They seemed to have instant chemistry. Jimmy and Gilbert could possibly end up on a line together in Rockford this season and hopefully some of the chemistry carries over.
•Froese was really good defensively today.

Kevin Hayes and Clendening during warmups.

Danault and McNeill, the two first round draft picks of the Hawks this year.

Lavin [in front], Paradis [in the middle] and Clemente during play.

Shaw scrumming after a whistle.

Shaw and Olsen fighting during the third period.

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