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GDT: Houston Aeros @ Hamilton Bulldogs | 11-07-2008 | 7:30PM ET

Date: Friday, November 7, 2008.

Puck drop: 7:30PM ET

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Team Records:

Hamilton Bulldogs - (8-2-1-0)

Houston Aeros - (6-4-0-0)

Puck drop: 7:30PM ET

Location: Copps Coliseum

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Projected Netminders:

Hamilton Bulldogs - Marc Denis

W-L-OTL: 7-1-0 SV%: .945 GAA: 1.84 SO: 2

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Houston Aeros - Nolan Schaefer

W-L-OTL: 5-3-0 SV%: .904 GAA: 2.43 SO: 1

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Top Three Team Leaders:

Hamilton Bulldogs

Matt D'Agostini [G 6-A 7-P 13]

Yanic Lehoux [G 4-A 6-P 10]

David Desharnais [G 3-A 6-P 9]

Houston Aeros

Marco Rosa [G 4-A 5-P 9]

Corey Locke [G 3-A 6-P 9]

Krys Kolanos [G 7-A 1-P 8]

For more info on both teams follow these links:

Hamilton Bulldogs

Houston Aeros

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GO DOGS GO!

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Bulldogs played a pretty good first period and they forgot they had to play two more periods. What a terrible game overall. No one was working for the puck and constantly losing it in the neutral zone because of pure laziness.

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How did you like it??? Too bad it was a loss!!

Other than the loss, and a crappy drive down Hwy 8 from KW in the rain and fog, it was fun. ;)

Great atmosphere, lots of fun little promotions, shame more people don't come out. Have to agree with js2's assessment of the game. The Dogs came out looking good, they missed a bunch of open net type chances in the first period (no offence to Chris, but it felt like they had a bunch of Higgins on the ice, lol). After that, completely downhill. The Aeros play like the Wild (not unexpected), clog the lanes, etc. We got outhustled, beat to the puck in the corners. Haven't seen that many fanned shots, pucks rolling off sticks, terrible passing ... in a long time. Ice might have had something to do with it, but it didn't seem to effect Houston as much.

Not many players really stood out for me, though I liked what I saw from Weber, Desharnais. Hard to explain, but Chips feels more like an NHL-er out there, even if his play in this game didn't have a huge impact. Steward, D'agostonin, Maxwell, Trotter all seemed so-so, off their game. Patches also seemed a little lost at times, holding back. Not really many good solid hits from anyone - in fact, a guy behind me yelled "what is this - hockey lite?" a few times. Had to agree.

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Bulldogs played a pretty good first period and they forgot they had to play two more periods. What a terrible game overall. No one was working for the puck and constantly losing it in the neutral zone because of pure laziness.

Sounds like the Habs, creepy.

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