Tuesday, January 09, 2007

Michigan UHL teams - News & Notes

Flint Generals - (2-1-0) – Right wing Jan Jas returned to the lineup from injury and registered six points (2g, 4a) in his first three games back…Defenseman Gerard Miller dished out four assists in Friday’s 8-1 victory vs. Elmira. He ranks fourth among UHL defensemen in scoring with 28 points (9g, 19a)… Right wing Mike Kinnie recorded a hat trick on Friday and added two assists for a five-point night…Rookie forward Jordan Fox netted two third period goals, including the game-winner, in Sunday’s 6-5 win vs. Fort Wayne.

Kalamazoo Wings - (2-0-0) – Kalamazoo is on a team season high five-game winning streak. They have also won four straight on the road and are unbeaten in regulation over their last five home games (3-0-2)…Both of Nick Bootland’s goals this week were scored shorthanded. His shorthanded goal on Saturday proved to be the game-winner in the 6-1 win vs. Rockford…Left wing Lucas Drake had his ten-game point streak snapped in Saturday’s victory…Kalamazoo leads the UHL with a 91.3% penalty killing rate.

Muskegon Fury - (3-0-1) – Muskegon completed their recent six-game road stretch with a 4-1-1 record...The Fury have yet to lose on a Friday this season (13-0-0)…After scoring just two goals in his first 27 games of the season, center Billy Collins has four goals over his last six games…UHL scoring leader Todd Robinson has 23 multi-point games this season…Muskegon has outscored the opposition 58-28 in the second period this season…The Fury scored four goals in the first 4:38 of Friday’s 5-4 win vs. Chicago.

Port Huron Flags - (1-1-1) – The Flags earned their first victory of the season vs. Muskegon in Saturday’s 4-3 shootout win. It was the first shootout loss of the season for the Fury…The Flags participated in back-to-back shootouts during the week. Five of their last nine contests have gone to the extra session and they lead the league with nine shootouts this season…Rookie goaltender Noah Ruden had his seven-game unbeaten streak in regulation snapped in Sunday’s loss to Chicago.

Taken from the official UHL website


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