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May 05, 2011

Winnipeg, MB The Hamilton Bulldogs were defeated by the Manitoba Moose 2-1 in double overtime in Game 4 of the North Division Final which ties the series 2-2. Mario Bliznak provided the overtime winner for the Moose while Eddie Lack stopped 43 shots for the Moose.

Following a scoreless first period, the Bulldogs scored at 6:50 of the second stanza while on the power play to take a 1-0 lead. Brendon Nash sent the puck along the blue line to Kyle Klubertanz. Klubertanz sent the puck to Gabriel Dumont, who was positioned at the left faceoff dot. Dumont spun around and fired a shot on net that rolled down the back of Manitoba starting goaltender Eddie Lack and across the goal line.

The Moose tied the game 1-1 at 17:58 of the final frame. Kevin Clark sent the puck to Bliznak who was at the left point. Bliznak blasted a shot that was stopped by Hamilton starting goaltender Drew MacIntyre. The rebound bounced out to the front of the net, where Guillaume Desbiens whacked it past Macintyre and into the back of the net.

Manitoba won the game 2-1 at 11:54 of the second overtime period. Jordan Schroeder carried the puck into the Hamilton zone before dropping the puck to Mario Bliznak. Bliznak fired a shot past MacIntyre and into the back of the net for the victory.

Games 6 and 7 ( if needed) are Sunday May 8 and Monday May 9

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May 05, 2011

Winnipeg, MB The Hamilton Bulldogs were defeated by the Manitoba Moose 2-1 in double overtime in Game 4 of the North Division Final which ties the series 2-2. Mario Bliznak provided the overtime winner for the Moose while Eddie Lack stopped 43 shots for the Moose.

Following a scoreless first period, the Bulldogs scored at 6:50 of the second stanza while on the power play to take a 1-0 lead. Brendon Nash sent the puck along the blue line to Kyle Klubertanz. Klubertanz sent the puck to Gabriel Dumont, who was positioned at the left faceoff dot. Dumont spun around and fired a shot on net that rolled down the back of Manitoba starting goaltender Eddie Lack and across the goal line.

The Moose tied the game 1-1 at 17:58 of the final frame. Kevin Clark sent the puck to Bliznak who was at the left point. Bliznak blasted a shot that was stopped by Hamilton starting goaltender Drew MacIntyre. The rebound bounced out to the front of the net, where Guillaume Desbiens whacked it past Macintyre and into the back of the net.

Manitoba won the game 2-1 at 11:54 of the second overtime period. Jordan Schroeder carried the puck into the Hamilton zone before dropping the puck to Mario Bliznak. Bliznak fired a shot past MacIntyre and into the back of the net for the victory.

Games 6 and 7 (if needed)are Sunday May 8 and Monday May 9

Thanks HTL...Swansee already made a Dog's playoff thread. It's kicking around somewhere.

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I think that one was specifically for round 1.

Yeah,,,thats the only one i could find. Didnt see any updates on round 2.If i missed it, then i'll delete this thread if somebody can point me to it.

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Going to try my hardest to get to game 6 on Sunday to see the Dogs finish these guys off. Can't beleive how cheap the tickets are. ;)

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Winnipeg, MB – The Hamilton Bulldogs defeated the Manitoba Moose 5-1 on Friday night to take a 3-2 series lead. Nigel Dawes recorded two goals while Ryan White had a goal and an assist to lead Hamilton to the win.

The Bulldogs opened the game’s scoring at 1:09 of the first period with a power-play goal. Aaron Palushaj fed a pass to Dawes, who was positioned in the slot. Dawes blasted a one-time shot that sailed over the glove of Manitoba starting goaltender Eddie Lack and into the top of the net.

The ‘Dogs increased their lead to 2-0 at 4:58 of the second stanza. Ryan White dished the puck to Jimmy Bonneau, who was skating towards the net. Bonneau fired a shot that was stopped by Lack but the rebound bounced back to Bonneau, who whacked the puck past the goaltender and into the net.

The Moose got on the scoreboard at 15:04 of the middle frame while on the power play. Nolan Baumgartner fired a slap shot that was stopped by Hamilton starting goaltender Drew MacIntyre. The puck rebounded out to the right side of the net, where Marco Rosa was positioned. Rosa fired the puck past a diving MacIntyre and into the net.

Hamilton took a 3-1 lead at 12:26 of the final frame. J.T. Wyman carried the puck towards the net, attempting to jam it underneath Lack. The goaltender stopped Wyman’s attempt but Ryan Russell grabbed the loose puck and flipped it over Lack and into the top of the net. White gave the Bulldogs a 4-1 lead at 16:13. Gabriel Dumont fed the puck into the slot, where White one-timed a shot that sailed over the blocker of Lack. Dawes added his second goal of the game when he scored an empty netter at 17:50.

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Going to try my hardest to get to game 6 on Sunday to see the Dogs finish these guys off. Can't beleive how cheap the tickets are. ;)

It won't be hard to get tickets once you get there with the terrible Hamilton crowds and it being mothers day. I'll likely be at the game as well.

Also, anyone know the details as to what happened in last nights game with the two major slashing penalties for the two Moose players? A 10 minute match penalty and another 5 minute major both for slashing at the same time sounds pretty serious.

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It won't be hard to get tickets once you get there with the terrible Hamilton crowds and it being mothers day. I'll likely be at the game as well.

Also, anyone know the details as to what happened in last nights game with the two major slashing penalties for the two Moose players? A 10 minute match penalty and another 5 minute major both for slashing at the same time sounds pretty serious.

Anyone?

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It won't be hard to get tickets once you get there with the terrible Hamilton crowds and it being mothers day. I'll likely be at the game as well.

Also, anyone know the details as to what happened in last nights game with the two major slashing penalties for the two Moose players? A 10 minute match penalty and another 5 minute major both for slashing at the same time sounds pretty serious.

Hey all - things are getting exciting around here - thanks to hatethoseleafs for picking up the slack - it's been crazy for me lately.

I hope ticket sales pick up but I doubt anyone will have any problems getting tickets for Mothers day - $20.50 each.

From what I gathered Manitoba was on a mission to eliminate Dawes, much as OK did Fortier in the first series.

We had chances to win the first two in Manitoba but lost them for different reasons - lack of scoring in game 4 (2-1 in overtime).

A 39 second collapse in game three which let Manitoba regain the lead when they scored two goals.

although - one was scored with 1.9 seconds remaining off of a face-off - many would argue it is impossible to pull that off - and indeed when

the goaljudge pushed the button the green light went on - the ref overuled him though.

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Besides Ryan White, are there any players that are NHL ready on the Bulldogs roster?

Not really a lot - Fortier (injured and probably out for the season) and Dumont look promising but I think they are

at least a season away. Palushaj has been outstanding since his short stint with Montreal - I think he is ready.

Klubbertanz shows promise - great shot from the point, Wyman is good but I don't seem him in a major role.

Enqvist is also starting to heat up but he is inconsistent.

Dawes was leading scorer in the AHL and his line with Palshaj and Boyd has been dynamite. - he is small but plays big

but then we have a few of those already.

White is NHL ready and can do even more than he did.

MacIntyre is outstanding but I'm not sure a backup role would suit him - he seems to need to play to excel.

and he isn't going to replace Price - Mac is 4th of AHL playoff goalies thus far.

Would really like to have seen Leblanc here but I think they have shut him down for the season.

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Today's game notes from the Bulldog website

HAMILTON BULLDOGS (7-3-1) vs. MANITOBA MOOSE (6-6-0)

Sunday, May 8th, 2011  7:30pm

North Division Final Game 6 – HAM Leads Series 3-2

Copps Coliseum  Hamilton, ON

THE BULLDOGS

1st North Division..................................97 pts

Goals For 33

Goals Against 22

Penalty Minutes 149

Power Play 20.7%

Penalty Kill 92.2%

Leading Scorers GP G A PTS

19 Nigel Dawes 11 8 5 13

28 Aaron Palushaj 10 4 7 11

15 Kyle Klubertanz 11 0 8 8

17 Dustin Boyd 11 0 7 7

40 Gabriel Dumont 11 4 2 6

Goaltending Leaders GP Rec. GAA SV%

1 Drew MacIntyre 11 7-4 1.83 .933

MANITOBA MOOSE

3rd North Division..............................93 pts

Goals For 31

Goals Against 36

Penalty Minutes 185

Power Play 9.8%

Penalty Kill 77.8%

Leading Scorers GP G A PTS

19 Marco Rosa 12 6 10 16

52 Sergei Shirokov 12 6 3 9

15 Jason Jaffray 12 3 5 8

32 Kevin Clark 9 3 3 6

11 Jordan Schroeder 12 1 5 6

Goaltending Leaders GP Rec. GAA SV%

30 Tyler Weiman 4 1-2 3.01 .896

31 Eddie Lack 10 5-4 2.33 .920

Last Five Games

May 6 HAM at Manitoba 5-1 W

May 4 HAM at Manitoba 2-1 2OTL

May 3 HAM at Manitoba 5-4 L

May 1 HAM vs. Manitoba 4-1 W

Apr. 28 HAM vs. Manitoba 4-1 W

Upcoming Post-Season Games

May 9 HAM vs. Manitoba 7:30 PM

*Stats as of May 8th

Today’s Game

This is the fourth time the two teams have met in the Calder Cup Playoffs and the third time they’ve met in the second round. The ‘Dogs

defeated the Moose in Games 1 and 2 before dropping Games 3 and 4 to Manitoba. In Game 5, the Bulldogs defeated the Moose 5-1 as

Nigel Dawes recorded two goals and Ryan White scored a goal and added an assist. The Bulldogs defeated the Oklahoma City Barons in

six games in their North Division Semi-Final series while the Moose downed the Lake Erie Monsters in seven games in their best-of-seven

North Division Semi-Final series. The ‘Dogs had a 6-0-0-2 record against the Moose in the 2010-2011 regular season. Manitoba finished in

third place in the North Division with a 43-30-1-6 record and 93 points. RW Sergei Shirokov (22-36-58) finished atop the Moose’s

scoring charts this season with 22 goals and 36 assists for 58 points in 76 games played this season. The Bulldogs finished in first place in

the North Division standings with a 44-27-2-7 record and 97 points. LW Nigel Dawes (41G, 31A), who was acquired by Montreal on

February 24th, led Hamilton in points with 72 during the regular season. There are three Ontario natives currently listed on the Manitoba

roster: C Marco Rosa (Scarborough), Darren Archibald (Newmarket) and D Chris Tanev (Toronto).

Quick Notes

- Bulldogs leading scorer LW Nigel Dawes (41G,31A) finished the regular season with 41 goals becoming the first Bulldog to do so. Paul

Healey had previously held the record of most goals by a Bulldog in a season when he scored 39 during the 2000-2001 season. Dawes

leads the ‘Dogs in post-season scoring with 13 points (8G,5A) had four multi-point games and two multi-goal games this post-season.

- The ‘Dogs were crowned the North Division Regular Season Champions for the second consecutive season this year.

- C Ryan White was returned to the Bulldogs from the Canadiens on April 28th. White recorded 12 points (3G,9A) in 33 games with the

‘Dogs this year. He also posted five points (2G,3A) in 27 regular season games with Montreal and played in all seven of their post-

season games. In four games with the ‘Dogs this post-season, White has recorded two goals and two assists.

D Kyle Klubertanz is currently on a five-game assists streak which has seen the defenceman earn six assists.

- C Gabriel Dumont is currently on a four-game point streak, earning five points (4G,1A) during that span.

- The ‘Dogs defeated the Moose in last year’s North Division Semi-Final 4-2 in their best-of-seven series

- There are three Manitoba natives on Hamilton’s roster: Dustin Boyd, Nigel Dawes and Ryan White.

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Save it for the next series - it'll (hopefully) be a blowout for the Dogs tonight anyway..... ;)

Hopefully they finish them off tonight. Don't really want to see this go to a game 7.

For those interested,,,,you can listen to the game online at 820CHAM.com

I'll at least get to listen to some of it.

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