Halifax Hits Calder Basement After 20-3 Drubbing by the Longshoremen

The hopes in Halifax were high coming into the 2009-10 MLH season.  Memories of their beloved Jaxx winning the inaugrual Neilson Cup in 2005, danced in their heads.  A season without hockey in Halifax only whetted the palates of the Lumberjaxx faithful all the more.  Now, nearly a third of the season in the books, the second-coming of the Halifax Lumberjaxx sees the team in the Calder Conference basement after dropping their second straight contest.  Sadly, the Jaxx not only lost their last game, they were utterly embarrassed in their home arena, as the Long Beach Longshoremen annhiliated them 20-3.  Old-timer, Danny Sabourin, again looked his age in the net for the Jaxx.  Halifax got its only offense from Sergei Kostitsyn and Mikael Backlund, who had two points each.  On the other side of the ice, Longshoremen defender, Bobby Sanguinetti, added to his league leading point total with four points, but was outdone by teammate, Keith Aucoin, who tallied 5 points.

LONG BEACH 20
F Cullen RFD: 1 A = 1 pt.
F Parenteau HFD: 1 A = 1 pt.
F Aucoin HER: 2 G, 1 A = 5 pts.
F Bochenski NOR: 1 G, 2 A = 4 pts.
F Pelletier SYR: 0

D Mikus TOR: 0
D Eckford LOW: 1 A = 2 pts.
D Heikkinen HFD: 0
D Sanguinetti HFD: 1 G, 1 A = 4 pts.

G Krahn TEX: W = 3 pts.

HALIFAX 3
F Keller BNG: 0
F Kostitsyn HAM: 1 G = 2 pts.
F Jaffray ABT: 0
F Backlund ABT: 1 G = 2 pts.
F Shirokov MTB: 0

D Blum MIL: NO GAMES
D Voynov MCH: 0
D Karlsson BNG: 0
D Subban HAM: 0

G Sabourin PRO: L = -1 pt.

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~ by majorleaguehockey on November 8, 2009.

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