Stalock has been key for Worcester

Week of November 12, 2012
 
 
Stalock has been key for Worcester
Stalock improves to 6-0-0 in last six starts after two more wins last week
 
Shark Snap Shot:
The Worcester Sharks (6-5-1-1, 14pts) chomped out four of a possible six points in their 3rd consecutive 3-in-3 weekend of the season.  The Sharks kicked off the weekend in style with a hard fought 3-1 win over the Pirates at the DCU Center on Friday but dropped a 6-2 decision to the CT Whale on Saturday to close out the four game home stand 2-1-1-0. Worcester capped off the weekend with a thrilling 4-3 come-from-behind shootout victory over the Bruins in Providence on Sunday to grab four points during the weekend.
 
The Worcester Sharks player of the week nominee is forward Bracken Kearns. Bracken scored a goal in all three games last weekend (3-0-3), fired nine shots on goal, and currently leads the AHL with five power play goals on the season.
 
Few things to know….
·         The Sharks are currently in 5th place in the Eastern Conference (6-5-1-1, 14pts).
·         Worcester has points in six of their last seven games (5-1-1-0) and currently sits just one point behind the Manchester Monarchs for the Atlantic Division lead.
·         Coach Roy Sommer currently ranks 4th in the AHL with 515 wins in his career (15th season) and surpassed John Paddock on Nov 4 for the 3rd most games coached in the AHL with 1129.
·         Freddie Hamilton scored his first professional goal in the 3rd period in the Sharks 3-1 win over the Pirates on Friday…. It turned out to be the game winner!
·         Alex Stalock picked up career victories 64 and 65 as a member of the Sharks with a pair of victories over the Pirates and Bruins. Stalock is now 6-0-0 in his last six starts with a .949 save percentage.
·         Bracken Kearns leads the AHL with five power play goals and leads Worcester with six total goals overall.
·         The Sharks welcomed their 1,000,000th fan through the DCU Center turnstiles on Oct 28. Currently the Sharks have had 1,012,475 fans attend a regular season game in the 6+ years in Worcester. The Sharks will honor an honorary 1,000,000th fan before the Sharks game on Nov 17.
·         Worcester travels to Lewiston, ME on Wednesday to battle the Pirates before returning home to host the CT Whale on Saturday at 7pm.
·         Kevin Faulk from the NE Patriots will attend the Sharks game on Saturday and sign autographs as the Sharks host the 7th annual Worcester County Sheriff’s Food Drive to benefit the Friendly House of Worcester.
 
Top 3… Last Week!
1.       Brandon Mashinter scored his first goal of the season (game tying 3rd period goal) and netted the game winner in the 6th round of the shootout as the Sharks defeated the Bruins 4-3 in Providence on Sunday!
2.       Freddie Hamilton scored his first professional goal, the game winner in the Sharks 3-1 win over the Pirates on Friday!
3.       Alex Stalock made 34 saves and went 4-for-6 in the shootout in 4-3 win in Providence on Sunday!
 
Last Week: (2-1-0-0) 4pts, 3gp
Fri.          11/9       W                Portland Pirates 1 @ Worcester SHARKS 3
Sat.        11/10     L                 Connecticut Whale 6 @ Worcester SHARKS 2
Sun.       11/11     SOW          Worcester SHARKS 4 @ Providence Bruins 3 – SO  
 
This week:
Wed.     11/14                         Worcester SHARKS @ Portland Pirates – 7:00pm (in Lewiston, ME)
Sat.        11/19                        Connecticut Whale @ Worcester SHARKS – 7:00pm
 
 
Rewind the Tape:
11.9.12 – Worcester 3 – Portland 1 – W – DCU Center
Alex Stalock turned aside 25 out of 26 shots that he faced to pick up his fifth straight win in net in the Sharks (5-4-1-1) exciting 3-1 comeback win against the Portland Pirates (4-4-1-0) on Friday night in front of 2,026 fans at the DCU Center. Rookie forward Freddie Hamilton scored the game-winner for the Sharks, burying his first professional goal of his young career. Veteran forwards Bracken Kearns (PPG) and Jon Matsumoto (EN) also had goals to secure the victory as Worcester improved to 4-1-1-0 on home ice at the DCU Center and 4-0-1-0 in their last five games overall.
 
11.10.12 – Worcester 2 – Connecticut 6 – L – DCU Center
Sena Acolatse and Bracken Kearns registered goals for the Worcester Sharks (5-5-1-1) in a 6-2 loss against the Connecticut Whale (5-5-1-0) on Saturday night in front of 3,215 fans at the DCU Center.
Cameron Talbot picked up the win in net for the Whale, stopping 21 of 23 shots that he faced. Sena Acolatse (1-1-2) and John McCarthy (0-2-2) each had multi-point games for Worcester in the loss. Christian Thomas (2-0-2), Chris Kreider (0-2-2), Kris Newbury (1-2-3), Chad Kolarik (0-2-2), and Matt Gilroy (0-2-2) all had multi point nights for the Whale as Worcester fell to 4-2-1-0 on home ice at the DCU Center. Harri Sateri allowed five goals on 24 shots in net for Worcester.
 
11.11.12 – Worcester 4 – Providence 3 – SOW – Dunkin Donuts Center
The Worcester Sharks (6-5-1-1) finished off their third consecutive 3-in-3 weekend with a hard fought come from behind 4-3 shootout win over the Providence Bruins (4-6-0-1) on Sunday afternoon in front of 6,201 fans at the Dunkin Donuts Center.Alex Stalock made 34 saves in the win for Worcester to improve to 6-0-0 in his last six starts. Bracken Kearns (6th) and Brandon Mashinter (1st) scored third period power play goals and Yanni Gourde scored his (3rd) of the season in the victory as the Sharks took four out of a possible six points this weekend.
 
Sharks in the Atlantic: The Sharks are swimming in 2nd place with 14 points (6-5-1-1) in the Atlantic Division through 13 games, which is 1 point behind the first place Manchester Monarchs (15pts in 11gp), two points ahead of the 3rd place St. John’s IceCaps (12pts in 13gp) and Portland Pirates (12pts in 11gp), and five points ahead of the 5th place Providence Bruins (9pts in 11gp) to round out a very choppy Atlantic Division.
 
Coaching Milestones….
*1000 GAMES… With the 3-1 victory at Springfield on January 14, 2011, head coach Roy Sommer became just the 4th coach in AHL history to reach the 1,000 games plateau.
 
*500 WINS!.... With a 3-2 shootout victory in Hershey on February 11, 2012, head coach Roy Sommer became just the 4th coach in AHL history to reach the 500 win plateau.  
 
AHL COACHING WINS – ALL-TIME
1. Fred “Bun” Cook          1937-56                 19seasons            1,171GP                636 WINS
2. Frank Mathers              1956-85                 18seasons            1,256GP                610 WINS
3. John Paddock               1981-2010             16seasons            1,125GP                589 WINS
4. Roy Sommer                1998-current          15seasons           1,129GP                 515 WINS
 
*Worcester Sharks Head Coach Roy Sommer, who plays a major role in developing players for the San Jose Sharks, is currently the longest-tenured coach (15th season) in the American Hockey League. His current regular season record is now: 515-441 -49 -48-46. (W-L-T-OTL-SOL)
 
*In Coach Sommer’s first AHL victory….   The Kentucky Thoroughblades defeated the Albany River Rats 6-4 at the Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky on October 17th 1998. Coincidentally, Associate Coach David Cunniff recorded an assist as a member of the River Rats in the hockey game.
 
*Associate Coach David Cunniff has joined Coach Sommer in 361 of the 515 victories (70%).
 
*ECHL… Coach Sommer also has 176 wins in the ECHL coaching in five seasons with Roanoke Valley and Richmond.
 
Shark Bites:
*Captains for the 2012-13 season:  John McCarthy was named the Sharks 5th captain in team history on October 11, 2012. Alternate captains for this season: Home: Danny Groulx and Bracken Kearns. Away: Matt Pelech and Tim Kennedy.
 
*From east to west….. The Worcester Sharks had 9 players (11 call-ups) receive at least one call up to the San Jose Sharks last season. Overall the Worcester Sharks have had 39 different players receive at least one call up to the San Jose Sharks over the last six seasons.
 
*Score first… the Sharks scored FIRST 39 times in 80 games last season (29-8-1-1); and are 4-0-0-0 when scoring the first goal of the season in 2012-13. (Tim Kennedy 2, Yanni Gourde 1, John McCarthy 1)
 
*Streak broken – thank goodness!… the Sharks were 0-9-0-3 in their last 12 road games dating back to the end of last season before a 3-2 win over the Bruins in Providence on Nov 2.  Coincidentally, the Sharks last road win prior to Friday was March 3, 2012 at Providence…. The Sharks last three road wins have come at Providence including a 4-3SOW on Sunday afternoon.
 
*Pro Debut: Forward Daniil Tarasov made his professional debut on Nov 4 vs. the Monarchs. The 21-year-old became the first player born in Russia (Moscow) to suit up for the Worcester Sharks. Daniil scored 47 goals in 60 games last year for the Indiana Ice of the USHL.
 
*4 National Champions… The Sharks have four players that have won the NCAA Division 1 Championship…. Travis Oleksuk with University Minnesota Duluth in 2011… John McCarthy was co-captain for Boston University in 2009… Nick Petrecki with Boston College in 2008… and Tim Kennedy with Michigan State in 2007.
 
*5 years and counting… Sharks forward Jon Matsumoto has recorded at least 20+ goals (20,29,30,20,23) in five straight seasons in the AHL heading into his first season with Worcester in 2012-13. Jon has three goals through 13 games this season for Worcester.
 
*November by the numbers… The Sharks are 4-1-1-0 (9pts in 6gp) record in November with 15 GF and 15 GA. PP is 6-29 (20.6%), opponents PP is 5-for-27 (18.5%), and the Sharks have eight fighting majors in November.
 
*OT? The Worcester Sharks finished 12th in the AHL with 18 games (23.6%) that went into overtime in 2011-12. The Sharks finished 4-4 in OT and 2-8 in the shootout. In 2012-13, the Sharks are 2-1 in the shootout.
 
*Keeping your hat on (Thanks Ballou)… Worcester has gone 196 games since one of its players recorded a hat trick. That is easily the longest active streak in the AHL. The Sharks’ last hat trick belongs to Dan DaSilva, who scored three times in Portland during a 5-2 Worcester victory up there on Feb. 14, 2010. No Worcester player has recorded a hat trick on home ice in more than three years, or since P.J. Fenton had one on Feb. 28, 2009 in the Sharks’ 7-3 victory over Springfield. The home-ice drought has lasted for 133 games. In the meantime, Worcester has had 39 two-goal games, including five each by Benn Ferriero, Brandon Mashinter and T.J. Trevelyan. In all, Worcester players have recorded hat tricks only seven times in the franchise’s 489 games. The Sharks are 7-0 in those games and 1-11-3 in the 15 games in which the opposition has had a hat trick.
 
*Shootout scorers…. The Sharks rank 4th in the AHL with a .467 scoring percentage (7-for-15) in the shootout. (McCarthy 2-for-2, Sheppard 2-for-3, Matsumoto 2-for-3, Tim Kennedy 0-for-2, Sebastian Stalberg 0-for-2, Travis Oleksuk 0-for-2, Brandon Mashinter 1-for-1)
 
*Leaders among us… Bracken Kearns leads the AHL with five power play goals…. Alex Stalock ranks 16th in AHL with a 2.38GAA and 3rd with six wins… Sena Acolatse is tied for 3rd among defensemen with four goals scored… Matt Pelech ranks 5th among defensemen with 41 penalty minutes.
 
*Nice Crowd… The Sharks had 14 crowds over 5,000 fans during the 2011-12 season, and welcomed a sellout crowd (6,659) in the home opener on Oct 20 vs. the Devils.
 
*1,000,000th fan… The Sharks welcomed their 1,000,000th fan through the DCU Center turnstiles on Oct 28. Currently, the Sharks have had 1,012,475 fans attend a regular season game in the 6+ years in Worcester. (4,132average in 245 home games). The Sharks will honor an honorary 1,000,000th fan before the Sharks game on Nov 17.
 
*Worcester/Manchester Rivalry… the Sharks and Monarchs combined for 567 penalty minutes in the 12 games (275WOR, 292 MCH) and 25 sets of fighting major penalties in 2011-12. Worcester went 3-6-2-1 vs. Manchester last season and the series featured a pre game brawl in the series final at the DCU Center on April 10. The Sharks are 1-1-0-0 vs. Manchester this season with two sets of fighting majors.
 
*PP Specialist…Matt Irwin’s 15 career power-play goals have put him in good position to set some team records, but he is not there yet. He tied the record for most power-play goals in a season by a Sharks defenseman with nine in 2011-12, also done by Garrett Stafford in 2006-07. The career record is 16, done by Derek Joslin.
 
*Tallest Shark…. Worcester Sharks rookie defenseman Taylor Doherty is the tallest player in team history standing at 6’7” 235lbs…. Doherty scored his first professional goal in game #70 in the Sharks 3-2OTL to the IceCaps on Nov 3.
 
*First Pro Goals this season… Travis Oleksuk and Taylor Doherty each scored their first professional goals on Nov 3… Freddie Hamilton scored his first on Nov 9.
 
*Great first impression… Sebastian Stalberg became just the 6th Sharks player to score in his professional debut in 2011-12 joining Joe Pavelski, Nate Raduns, Tony Lucia, Cam MacIntyre, and Curt Gogol (Thanks Bill Ballou, Worcester TG)
 
*Sharks in the Atlantic… Worcester went 15-21-3-5 in the Atlantic Division in 2011-12 and is 4-2-1-0 in divisional games in 2012-13.
 
*Super Sunday…. The Sharks are 3-0-0-0 on Sunday afternoons this season.
 
*3rd period heroics… Worcester is 2-4-0-1 when trailing after two periods of play this season. (2 wins tied for most in AHL)
 
*11’s are wild….the Sharks have scored 11 goals in the first, second, and third periods this season.
 
*20 goal scorers?... The Sharks have four players that have scored at least 20+ goals in a season in the AHL… John McCarthy scored 20 goals last year for Worcester, Jon Matsumoto has score 20+ goals in AHL in each of the last five seasons, Bracken Kearns has scored 20+ goals in each of the last two seasons, and Brandon Mashinter scored 22 goals with Worcester in 2009-10.
 
*These Sharks have teeth Take 2?…. Worcester finished 1st in the AHL in penalty minutes averaging 21.32 penalty minutes per game and were 1st with 120 fighting major penalties in 2011-12. Worcester ranks 5th this season with 22.08 penalty minutes per game this season.
 
*Welcome back Groulx… Defensemen Danny Groulx is back with the Sharks after spending the last two seasons in the KHL. With Worcester in 2009-10, Groulx was named the Best Defensemen in the AHL (Eddie Shore Award) and First Team AHL All-Star as he racked up 66 points (14-52-55) in 80 games. Groulx has four points (1-3-4) in 10 games this season.
 
*Stole it from Ballou… the Sharks have not scored a shorthanded goal in their last 63 games which spans 269 penalty kills. Sean Sullivan has the last shorthanded goal in a 5-2 win at Binghamton on Dec 17, 2011.
 
*Sherriff McLaren… Sharks tough guy Frazer McLaren ranks 1st all-time in Worcester Sharks history with 516 penalty minutes (49 FM) in 198 games. 
 
*Massachusetts!... the Sharks have one player that hails from Massachusetts that suited up for the team this season (John McCarthy – Andover) In addition, associate coach David Cunniff hails from South Boston.
 
*Hockey East Alumni!... the Worcester Sharks have five players from Hockey East Schools (Irwin – UMass-Amherst, McCarthy – BU, Reid – NU, Petrecki – BC, Stalberg – Vermont,)
 
*Rookies… the Sharks have dressed 7 rookies already this season. (Travis Oleksuk, Sebastian Stalberg, Matt Tennyson, Freddie Hamilton, Yanni Gourde, Mikael Tam, and Daniil Tarasov)
 
*I’ll take a draft… Eight Worcester Sharks players were drafted by the San Jose Sharks. (McLaren, Hamilton, Stalock, Doherty, McCarthy, Petrecki, Sateri, and Viedensky,)
 
*NHL Experience…. The Sharks have nine players on their roster with NHL experience led by James Sheppard with 224…. Breaking down the rest….Tim Kennedy 112, John McCarthy 51, Frazer McLaren 39, Jon Matsumoto 14, Bracken Kearns 5, Matt Pelech 5, Brandon Mashinter 13, and Alex Stalock 1.
 
*Franchise player?... Sharks forward Brandon Mashinter ranks in the top 10 in many of the Worcester Sharks all-time records…. Mash ranks 4th all time in goals (53), 2nd in games played (216), 8th in points (106), 6th in penalty minutes (302) and 4th in fighting majors with 32…. Brandon is also the only Sharks player to record two seasons of double digits in goals and fighting major penalties (2009-10 and 2010-11).
 
*First Rounders… the Sharks have three players that were drafted in the first round of the NHL Draft… James Sheppard was the 9th overall pick by Minnesota in 2006, Matt Pelech was the 26th overall pick by Calgary in 2005, and Nick Petrecki was the 28th pick overall by San Jose in 2007.
 
*Sheppard in AHL… with 224 NHL games under his belt before an AHL conditioning stint for four games last year with Worcester, Sharks forward James Sheppard signed an AHL contract at the start of the 2012-13 season. The 9th overall draft selection by the Wild in 2006, has seven points (1-6-7) in 13 games with the Sharks this season.
 
*Closing in on Greiss…. Sharks netminder Alex Stalock has 65 career wins with Worcester, trailing only Thomas Greiss (74) for the most in franchise history.
 
*200 games… Sharks defensemen Nick Petrecki is 5th in Sharks history with 210 games played… Nick also ranks 4th in penalty minutes with 366.
 
*Younger Brother… Sebastian Stalberg joined Worcester on March 15, 2012 after he signed an NHL contract with San Jose and finished his junior season at the University of Vermont. Sebastian is the younger brother of Viktor Stalberg, who currently plays with the Chicago Blackhawks. Sebastian has seven points (4-3-7) in 12 games with the Sharks this season. The native of Gothenburg, Sweden finished with 27 goals in 106 games with Vermont.
 
*Older Brother… Sharks forward Freddie Hamilton made his professional debut with the Sharks on Friday in Norfolk. Freddie recorded 86 points (35-51-86) with Niagara (OHL) in 61 games last season. Freddie is the older brother of the Dougie Hamilton who was drafted by the Boston Bruins with the 9th pick overall in 2011. Dougie is currently still playing in Niagara. Freddie has four points (1-3-4) in 12 games this season.
 
*Like Father, Like Son… Rookie Curt Gogol finished 3rd on the Sharks with 167 penalty minutes and 2nd with 19 fighting majors through 53 games in 2011-12… his father Brent racked up 892 penalty minutes in 157 professional games in the IHL, CHL, EHL, and the AHL including 380 pims in 1978-79 in 57 games with the Flint Generals. Curt has two fighting majors, 46 penalty minutes, and one goal through nine games this season.
 
*Piling up the PIMS with Pelech… Defenseman Matt Pelech played in his 300th AHL game on Oct 20 vs. the Devils. The 6-foot-5 bruising defenseman from Toronto, ONT has accumulated 803 penalty minutes and 63 fighting majors in 304 AHL games.
 
*Major Bonneau… Worcester Sharks tough guy Jimmy Bonneau racked up 22 fighting majors in 54 games in 2011-12 for the Sharks. Bonneau has set the Worcester Sharks record for most fighting majors in a season surpassing Frazer McLaren (21 in 2008-09). Jimmy has 94 fighting majors in 244 AHL games along with 733 penalty minutes…. Jimmy has two fighting majors and 12 penalty minutes through three games this season.
 
*Acolatse can throw… Worcester Sharks rookie defenseman Sena Acolatse has been quite impressive in his first eight professional hockey fights this season. The 5-11, 205 pounder and native of Hayward, CA native fought Richard Clune, Brett Hextall, Dane Byers, Stephane Veilleux, Andre Deveaux,  J.D. Watt, and Garth Murray in 2011-12. Sena led the Prince George Cougars in WHL with 15 fighting majors in 66 games in 2010-11, and also added 15 goals. Acolatse added eight goals from the blue line for Worcester in 2011-12. Sena has one fight (Hanson) this season through 13 games.
 
*Acolatse can score!..... dating back to last season, Sena has 10 goals in his last 23 game played; including four goals in 13 games this season!
 
*Five for fighting…The Sharks finished with 120 fighting majors in 2011-12 (franchise record) good for 1st in the AHL… this season, the Sharks have 15 fighting majors through 13 games and ranked 4th in the AHL (Pelech 3, Kearns 2, Bonneau 2, McLaren 2, Banwell 1, Gogol 2, Mashinter 2, Acolatse 1). The Sharks had 81 fighting majors in 2010-11, 73 fighting majors in 2009-10, 78 fighting majors in 2008-09, 68 fighting majors in 2007-08 and 54 in 2006-07.
 
Season by the numbers...
Record: 6-5-1-1, 14 points – 2nd in Atlantic and 5th in Eastern Conference
Win percentage: .538% - 16th in AHL  
Home Record: 4-2-1-0
Away Record: 2-3-0-1
Attendance: 21,761 through 7 games (3,109 average)
Goals Scored: 35, 2.69 goals per game, 19th in AHL
Goals Allowed: 42, 3.23 goals against per game, 23rd in AHL
Shots per game: 30.00 –17th in AHL
Shots allowed per game: 28.77 – 13th in AHL
Score 1st: 4-0-0-0 when scoring first (1.000%)
1 goal games: 3-0-1-1 in one goal games
PP: 19.1%, 14th in AHL (13-68)
PK: 80.0%, 21st in AHL (11-55)
SHG – 0 shorthanded goals scored
SHGA – 3 shorthanded goals allowed
PIMS – 22.08 penalty minutes per game, 5th in AHL
Fighting Majors: 15– 4th in AHL
OT Games – 3 – (0-0 record in OT)
SO Games – 3 – (2-1 record in SO)
Roster Players – the Sharks have used 27 players this season
Goalies – the Sharks have used 2 goaltenders this season
Players receiving call-ups to San Jose – 0
NHL debuts – 0 Worcester players made their NHL debuts this season
Call-ups to San Jose – 0 different call-ups to San Jose this season
 
Coming and goings from the Shark Tank:
No transactions this week.
 
Top Worcester Sharks:
o Goals                                    Kearns (6)
o Game Winners                   Kearns, Groulx, Hamilton, and Gogol (1)
o Assists                                  Irwin and Kennedy (7)
o Points                                   Kearns (6-5-11)
o Power play Points              Kennedy (1-5-6)
o Shots                                    Irwin and Stalberg (34 shots)
o PIM                                       Gogol (46)
o Fighting Pen.                       Pelech (3)
o Plus/Minus                          Groulx and Gogol (+1)
o Wins                                     Stalock (6)
o G.A.A.                                   Stalock (2.38)
o Save %                                  Stalock (.916)
o Shutouts                             Stalock (1)
 
Sharks in the ECHL:
The San Francisco Bulls are 3-8-0-2 (8pts in 13gp) and currently in 4th place in the Pacific Division.
 
Sharks players under an AHL contract currently playing in San Francisco include:
G Taylor Nelson (1-2-1 record) with a 3.88 GAA and a .856 save %
G Thomas Heemskerk (2-6-1 record) with a 3.89 GAA and a .896 save %
 
Week ahead for the Bulls:
Wed. Nov 14 at 10pm (EST) at Ontario
Fri. Nov 16 at 10:15pm (EST) vs. Idaho
Sat. Nov 17 at 10:15pm (EST) vs. Utah
Sun. Nov 18 at 5:15pm (EST) vs. Utah
 
Coming Up for the Worcester Sharks:
 
On Wednesday, the Sharks travel to Lewiston, ME for a 7pm tilt vs. the Portland Pirates.
 
On Saturday, the Sharks host the CT Whale at 7pm at the DCU Center. New England Patriots running back Kevin Faulk will sign autographs as the Sharks host the 7th annual Worcester County Sheriff’s Food Drive to benefit the Friendly House of Worcester.
 
Kevin Faulk will appear and sign autographs at the Worcester Sharks game on November 17 from 6-8pm in the DCU Center concourse presented by Bay State Savings Bank with media partner 98.5FM - The Sports Hub. Fans are encouraged to arrive early as Kevin Faulk will drop the ceremonial puck before the game!
 
All fans that donate a canned food item at the game will receive a free ticket voucher to the Sharks game on January 16 vs. the Hershey Bears compliments of Price Chopper. All collected food will go directly to the Friendly House of Worcester to be distributed to needy families throughout the Worcester area in time for Thanksgiving.
 
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