Game Report 1323 NJT Summer Development Camp
PLAYED AT: Markin MacPhail Centre – Arena A
Date: Aug 3, 2015
GAME NOTES: CANADA SCORES FOUR UNANSWERED, BEATS RUSSIA IN SHOWCASE OPENER CRAIG TULK CALGARY, Alta. – A goal from Joe Hicketts (Kamloops, B.C./Victoria, WHL) in the first minute of the second period stood up as the winner as Canada topped Russia 4-1 in the opening game of the Sport Chek World Junior Showcase on Monday night. The first period started with both teams flying, an almost surprising pace for an early August exhibition game. The first whistle didn’t come until the 3:52 mark of the opening frame, and it came when Damir Sharipzyanov’s wrist shot from the slot found its way under the arm of Mason MacDonald (Halifax, N.S./Charlottetown, QMJHL) and past the Canadian goaltender. Mitchell Stephens (Peterborough, Ont./Saginaw, OHL) responded just over seven minutes later, tapping in a gorgeous cross-net pass from John Quenneville (Edmonton, Alta./Brandon, WHL), while Vince Dunn (Lindsay,Ont./Niagara, OHL) earned the second assist. Hicketts was the beneficiary of spectacular stick-handling from Mitchell Marner (Thornhill, Ont./London, OHL), who found the defenceman pinching in to give Canada the lead for good at 41 seconds of the middle frame. “He is a skilled player, and I think we’ve seen that on the PK, power play or whenever he had the puck,” Hicketts said of Marner. “You know those types of players are nice to have on your team and he has been a great guy and hopefully I will get to know him a little more going forward.” Marner created scoring chances all night with his speed and creativity, and was the most exciting player on the ice for either side. His puck handling and skating skills were superior and his vision was impeccable. Canada gained a two-goal lead before the midway mark of the second period, with Spencer Watson (London, Ont./Kingston, OHL) snapping a shot off the near post to beat Russian netminder Maxim Tretiak. Dylan Strome (Mississauga,Ont./Erie, OHL) added a little more insurance for the boys in red and white, taking advantage of a Michael Dal Colle set-up and beating Tretiak for the 4-1 goal. MacDonald stopped 16 of the 17 shots he faced, while as Tretiak had steered aside 23 of 27. Canada is back at it Tuesday night, facing the Czech Republic (5:30 p.m. MT) in the second of four games.
Visiting Team: Russia
Home Team: Canada
RUSSIA LINEUP
Pos No.   Name
G Trushkov, Alexander
G20  Tretyak, Maxim
G30  Georgiev, Alexander
  Boikov, Sergey
  Dervuk, Ilya
  Sharipzyanov, Damir
  Orlov, Egor
  Yuzeev, Mikhail
  Svechnikov, Evgeny
  Svetlakov, Andrey
  Guryanov, Denis
 10  Lyamkin, Nikita
 11  Rogov, Nikita
 12  Kraskovsky, Pavel
 14  Khayrullin, Marat
 15  Kuzmenko, Andrey
 16  Ogienko, Egor
 17  Protapovich, Alexander
 18  Rykov, Egor
 19  Fazleev, Radel
 21  Kuznetsov, Konstantin
 22  Afonasyevskiy, Semen
 23  Lauta, Artur
 24  Kurakin, Nikita
 25  Nekolenko, Arkhip
 26  Korshkov, Egor
 27  Shchukin, Kirill
 28  Nazarkin, Evgeny
 29  Zhuldikov, Nikita
RUSSIA PENALTIES
Per. No.  Min  Offence Off PP PS Start On
1st2:00 (auto) Hooking minor 8:091 8:0913:51
1st2:00 (auto) Hooking minor 12:491 12:499:11
2nd29 10:00 (auto) Head Contact misconduct 0:57  0:579:03
2nd29 2:00 (auto) Head Contact minor 0:571 0:571:03
2nd22 2:00 Roughing double minor 4:301 4:3019:30
2nd12 2:00 (auto) Checking from Behind minor 18:581 18:583:02
2nd12 10:00 (auto) Checking from Behind misconduct 18:58  18:5811:02
3rd2:00 Slashing minor 4:551 4:5517:05
3rd2:00 (auto) Hooking minor 10:221 10:2211:38
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
CANADA LINEUP
Pos No.   Name
G McDonald, Mason
G Blackwood, Mackenzie
  Dunn, Vince
  Carrier, Alexandre
  Dermott, Travis
  Hicketts, Joe
  Sanheim, Travis
  Roy, Jérémy
  Fabbri, Robby
  Dal Colle, Michael
  Merkley, Nick
  Crouse, Lawson
  Strome, Dylan
  Marner, Mitchell
  Gauthier, Julien
  McCann, Jared
  Watson, Spencer
  Stephens, Mitchell
  Quenneville, John
  Ho-Sang, Joshua
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
CANADA PENALTIES
Per. No.  Min  Offence Off PP PS Start On
1st2:00 (auto) Goaltender Interference minor 13:181 13:188:42
2nd2:00 Roughing minor 4:30  4:3017:30
2nd2:00 Slashing minor 5:251 5:2516:35
2nd2:00 (auto) Interference minor 9:301 9:3012:30
3rd2:00 (auto) Boarding minor 7:011 7:0114:59
3rd2:00 (auto) Checking from Behind minor 13:451 13:458:15
3rd10:00 (auto) Checking from Behind misconduct 13:45  13:4516:15
3rd2:00 (auto) Hooking minor 18:331 18:333:27
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
RUSSIA Goals RUSSIA PLAYERS (plus) CANADA PLAYERS (minus)
Per. Time    G-As1-As2    
1st3:52  4            
                
                
                
CANADA Goals CANADA PLAYERS (plus) RUSSIA PLAYERS (minus)
Per. Time    G-As1-As2    
1st11:04  0-0-0            
2nd:41  0-0            
2nd6:33 PP 0-0            
3rd17:08  0-0            
POWER PLAY OPPORTUNITIES
RUSSIA 0 / 6
CANADA 1 / 7
PENALTY SUMMARY
RUSSIA 34 min / 9 inf
CANADA 24 min / 8 inf
POINT SUMMARY
RUSSIA 1 G + A = 1 Pts
CANADA 4 G + 5 A = 9 Pts
SCORING 1 2 3 Total
RUSSIA1001
CANADA1214
GOALTENDER/SAVES (Time) 1 2 3 Tot. On Off
RUS - Tretyak (60:00) (L)88723/0:003rd/20:00
CAN - McDonald (60:00) (W)85316/0:003rd/20:00
Stars of the Game TIME OF GAME:
  -  Start: 10:00 PM
  -  End: 10:00 PM
  -  Attendance:
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CERTIFIED CORRECT
 


This report has been checked and verified against the Official NJT Summer Development Camp Game Report.