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Hamilton
2010-11 Stats
North Division Semifinal – Series “E” (best-of-7)
N1-Hamilton Bulldogs vs. W5-Oklahoma City Barons

Game 1 – Thu., Apr. 14 – Oklahoma City at Hamilton, 7:30 ET
Game 2 – Sat., Apr. 16 – Oklahoma City at Hamilton, 4:00 ET
Game 3 – Tue., Apr. 19 – Hamilton at Oklahoma City, 8:05 ET
Game 4 – Wed., Apr. 20 – Hamilton at Oklahoma City, 8:05 ET
*Game 5 – Fri., Apr. 22 – Hamilton at Oklahoma City, 8:05 ET
*Game 6 – Sun., Apr. 24 – Oklahoma City at Hamilton, 4:00 ET
*Game 7 – Mon., Apr. 25 – Oklahoma City at Hamilton, 7:30 ET
OKC
2010-11 Stats

 

Regular Season Comparison
 
Calder Cup Playoff History
  Hamilton OKC     Hamilton OKC
Record 44-27-2-7 40-29-2-9   Appearances 12th 1st
Points 97 91   2010 Result Lost conf. final --
Home 22-15-1-2 18-16-2-4   Record (games) 82-69 0-0
Road 22-12-1-5 22-13-0-5   Record (series) 18-10 0-0
Goals for 226 245   OT record 20-10 0-0
Goals against 193 234   Calder Cup titles 1 (2007) 0
PP% (rank) 18.7 (14) 18.7 (15)   Losing finalist 2 (1997, 2003) 0
PK% (rank) 83.0 (12) 82.5 (13)   Deepest advance Won Cup --

  

2010-11 Regular Season Series
  Hamilton OKC   Results  
Record 1-0-1-0 (3 pts.) 1-1-0-0 (2 pts.)   Oct. 24 OKC 3 at HAM 2 (OT)
  at HAM
0-0-1-0 1-0-0-0   Dec. 17 HAM 3 at OKC 0
  at OKC
1-0-0-0 0-1-0-0      
Goals 5 3      
Power play 3/14 (21.4%) 0/18 (0.0%)      
Scoring Nash: 2gp, 1-2-3 Petry: 2gp, 1-1-2      
  Palushaj: 2gp, 0-2-2 Giroux: 2gp, 1-0-1      
  Boyd: 1gp, 1-0-1 McDonald: 2gp, 1-0-1      
Goaltending *MacIntyre: 1-1-0, 2.91 Gerber: 1-1-0, 2.42      
  Mayer: 0-1-0, 2.81        
  *includes 2 GP with CHI        

SERIES NOTEBOOK:
Hamilton and Oklahoma City collide in the North Division semifinals after the first-year Barons edged out Abbotsford to gain the crossover playoff berth... The Bulldogs have been one of the AHL’s most successful franchises in recent playoff history, making five trips to the conference finals in their first 14 seasons, reaching three championship series and winning the 2007 Calder Cup... This series will feature the AHL’s top two goal-scorers from the regular season in Oklahoma City’s Colin McDonald (42) and Hamilton’s Nigel Dawes (41), as well as Barons forward Alexandre Giroux, whose 50 career AHL playoff goals rank him third all-time... Dawes and goaltender Drew MacIntyre both joined Hamilton in late February in separate trades with the Atlanta organization; Dawes had 14-14-28 in 19 games with the ’Dogs, and MacIntyre was 12-6-2 (1.89, .938) in 21 appearances for Hamilton... Three-time Calder Cup champion Bryan Helmer is the AHL’s career leader with 138 playoff games played... Before spending most of the season in Edmonton, forward Linus Omark had 14-17-31 in 28 games for the Barons... OKC’s Brad Moran has averaged better than a point a game with 19-25-44 in 41 career AHL playoff outings.