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POSTED ON Wednesday, 02.01.2013 / 11:55 PM

The Bulldogs failed to light the lamp for a third consecutive match, falling to the Toronto Marlies 6-0.

Scoring Summary:
1st Period:

1. TOR – Jerry D’Amigo – 4 – (Greg Scott) 10:10 (SH)
2. TOR – Keith Aucoin – 8 – (Joe Colborne, Raul Ranger) 14:15 (PP)

2nd Period:
3. TOR – Greg McKegg – 5 – (Simon Deschamps) 1:47
4. TOR – Joe Colborne – 3 – (Keith Aucoin, Mike Kostka) 10:41 (PP)
5. TOR – Ryan Hamilton – 15 – (Joe Colborne, Mike Kostka) 15:27 (PP)

3rd Period:
6. TOR – Keith Aucoin – 9 – (Ryan Hamilton) 16:23

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POSTED ON Tuesday, 01.01.2013 / 11:30 AM

Hamilton Bulldogs General Manager Marc Bergevin announced that the Club has recalled forward Philippe Lefebvre from the Wheeling Nailers of the ECHL.

Lefebvre, 21, has played 28 games for the Nailers this season recording 16 points (8 goals 8 assists), 12 penalty minutes and a +5 rating. Lefebvre played 69 games for the Bulldogs last season posting 11 points (5 goals, 6 assists) and 10 penalty minutes. In 256 regular season games in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League from 2007-2011, the 5’11”, 186-pound forward notched 174 points (76 goals, 98 assists), 130 penalty minutes and a +70 rating with the Drummondville Voltigeurs and the Montreal Juniors. During the 2008-2009 season, the native of Trois-Rivieres, Quebec won the QMJHL Championship with the Voltigeurs. Lefebvre was originally signed by the Montreal Canadiens on September 15th, 2009.

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POSTED ON Monday, 31.12.2012 / 7:09 PM

The Bulldogs were blanked for the second-straight game, losing 2-0 to the Rochester Americans on Monday afternoon.

SUMMARY

1st Period:

1. RCH – Evan Rankin – 8 – (Brian Flynn, Kevin Porter) – 6:33 (PP)

2nd Period:

2. RCH – Mark Mancari – 7 – (Kevin Porter) – 11:15

3rd period:

No Scoring

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POSTED ON Sunday, 30.12.2012 / 10:29 AM

A few hours after disposing of the St. John's Icecaps, the Bulldogs hit a stumbling block against the Lake Erie Monsters, getting shutout 4-0 in the match. Following the Monsters' fourth goal of the game, Cedrick Desjardins was replaced by Robert Mayer in the third period.

BOXSCORE

1st Period:

1. Lake Erie – Stefan Elliott – 2 – (Patrick Bordeleau, Mike Connolly) – 18:23 (PP)

2nd Period:

No Scoring

3rd period:

2. Lake Erie – Stefan Elliott – 3 – (Brad Malone) – 5:13

3. Lake Erie – Mark Olver – 6 – (Jamie MacQueen, Bill Thomas) – 5:31

4. Lake Erie – Bill Thomas – 10 – (Tyson Barrie, Brad Malone) – 8:24 (PP)

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POSTED ON Friday, 28.12.2012 / 10:27 PM

The Bulldogs ended their 5-game losing streak with a convincing 6-3 win over the St. John's IceCaps Friday night at the Copps Coliseum. Gabriel Dumont finished the game with a career-high 5 points: 3 goals, 2 assists. With the empty-netter, Brendon Nash snapped a 41-game goalless streak dating back to March 6, 2011.

BOXSCORE

1st Period

1, Hamilton, Dumont 7 (Holland, Blunden), 3:14 (PP).
2, Hamilton, Leblanc 4 (Avtsin, Dumont), 6:38.
3, Hamilton, Dumont 8 (Chaput, Beaulieu), 12:32 (PP).

2nd Period

4, St. John's, Jaffray 4 (Sawada, Macenauer), 2:27.
5, St. John's, Cormier 1 (Machacek), 5:34 (SH).
6, St. John's, Jaffray 5 (Chiarot, O'Neill),

3rd Period

7, Hamilton, Ellis 3 (Dumont, Chaput), 1:39.
8, Hamilton, Dumont 9 (Tinordi, Gallagher), 18:30.
9, Hamilton, Nash 1 19:30 (EN).

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POSTED ON Wednesday, 26.12.2012 / 6:19 PM

The Bulldogs dropped a fifth straight game, losing 3-2 to the Toronto Marlies Wednesday afternoon at the Air Canada Center.

BOXSCORE

1st Period

1, Toronto, Colborne 2 (Ranger, Frattin), 4:48.
2, Toronto, Aucoin 7 (Kostka, Frattin), 14:08 (PP).

2nd Period

3, Toronto, Kostka 6 (Kadri, Frattin), 19:04 (PP).

3rd Period

4, Hamilton, St-Denis 2 (Ellis, Hagel), 18:12.
5, Hamilton, Beaulieu 2 (Dumont), 19:59.

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POSTED ON Sunday, 23.12.2012 / 10:21 AM

Drew Shore scored the winning goal on a power play at 2:33 of the third period as the San Antonio Rampage snapped a six-game losing streak with a 5-2 win over the Hamilton Bulldogs on Saturday night in the teams’ last game before the American Hockey League’s Christmas break.

BOXSCORE

1st Period:

1. HAM – Gabriel Dumont – 6 – (Louis Leblanc) 1:22

2nd Period:

2. HAM – Mike Blunden – 7 – (Joonas Nattinen) 5:34
3. SA – Jon Rheault – 8 – (Mike Mottau, Jon Sim) 8:16
4. SA – Greg Rallo – 11 – (Casey Wellman. Mike Mottau) 18:48 (PP)

3rd Period:

5. SA – Drew Shore – 6 – (Jon Sim, Greg Rallo) 2:33 (PP)
6. SA – Alex Petrovic – 3 – (Casey Wellman, Drew Shore) 16:23
7. SA – Casey Wellman – 4 (Jon Sim) 18:59 (EN)

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POSTED ON Friday, 21.12.2012 / 10:32 AM

Hamilton Bulldogs General Manager Marc Bergevin announced today that the Club has signed defenceman Cody Wild to a Professional Try-Out Contract. As per club policy, financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

Back in front of their fans, the Bulldogs suffered a 2-1 loss against the St. John's IceCaps on Friday night. Brendan Gallagher was the lone scorer for Hamilton.

BOXSCORE
1st Period:
No Scoring

2nd Period:
1. SJ – Jason Gregoire – 5 – (Carl Klingberg, Will O’Neill) 5:37
2. SJ – Kael Mouillierat – 2 – (Derek Meech, Jason Jaffray) 9:41 (PP)
3. HAM – Brendan Gallagher – 9 – (Olivier Fortier, Brendon Nash) 11:44

3rd Period:
No Scoring 

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POSTED ON Wednesday, 19.12.2012 / 11:55 PM

The Bulldogs finish their four-game road trip with a tilt against the Peoria Rivermen. Hamilton staged a two-goal comeback in the third period to force overtime, but finally weren’t able to pull out the win, dropping the match 4-3 in a shootout.

Scoring Summary:
1st Period:
1. HAM – Stefan Chaput – 1 – (Nathan Beaulieu) – 12:04
2. PEO – Derek Nesbitt – 9 – (T.J. Hensick, Adam Cracknell) – 17:16 (PP)

2nd Period:
No Scoring

3rd period:
3. PEO – Scott Ford – 1 – (Mark Cundari, Jaden Schwartz) – 1:36
4. PEO – Derek Nesbitt – 10 – (Mark Cundari, Scott Ford) – 3:38
5. HAM – Brendan Gallagher – 8 – (Patrick Holland, Frederic St-Denis) – 4:53
6. HAM – Stefan Chaput – 2 – (Michael Bournival, Jarred Tinordi) – 10:52

Overtime:
No Scoring

Shootout:

Peoria Hamilton
Phil McRae - No Goal Stefan Chaput - No Goal
Derek Nesbitt - Goal Brendan Gallagher - Goal
Jaden Schwartz - No Goal Gabriel Dumont - No Goal
T.J. Hensick - Goal Michael Bournival - No Goal
Adam Cracknell - No Goal Patrick Holland - No Goal


 

 

 

 

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POSTED ON Sunday, 16.12.2012 / 11:45 PM

The road trip continued for the Bulldogs with a stop in Milwaukee to face off against the Admirals. Starting the period with the Admirals up 3-1, the Bulldogs struck back, with Jarred Tinordi bringing his team within a single goal thanks to his first marker among the professional ranks. Joonas Nattinen picked his third point of the match with an assist on Tinordi’s goal. The teams went on to trade goals again, with the Admirals re-extending their lead to two goals before Gabriel Dumont brought it back down to one with his second marker in as many games. The Bulldogs were ultimately unable to complete the comeback with the Admirals winning the game 4-3.

Scoring Summary:
1st Period:

1. MIL – Taylor Beck – 4 – (Mark Van Guilder, Ryan Ellis) – 5:57

2nd Period:
2. MIL – Kevin Henderson – 5 – (Chris Mueller, Mattias Ekholm) – 5:46
3. HAM – Antoine Corbin – 1 – 16:46
4. MIL – Mark Van Guilder – 6 – (Michael Latta, Taylor Beck) – 18:53

3rd period:
5. HAM – Jarred Tinordi – 1 – (Stefan Chaput, Joonas Nattinen) – 0:466
6. MIL – Victor Bartley – 3 – (Mark Van Guilder, Taylor Beck) – 6:39
7. HAM – Gabriel Dumont – 5 – (Brendon Nash) – 13:12

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