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Lake Erie
2010-11 Stats
North Division Semifinal – Series “F” (best-of-7)
N2-Lake Erie Monsters vs. N3-Manitoba Moose

Game 1 – Sat., Apr. 16 – Manitoba at Lake Erie, 12:00 ET
Game 2 – Sun., Apr. 17 – Manitoba at Lake Erie, 3:00 ET
Game 3 – Tue., Apr. 19 – Lake Erie at Manitoba, 8:30 ET
Game 4 – Thu., Apr. 21 – Lake Erie at Manitoba, 8:30 ET
*Game 5 – Fri., Apr. 22 – Lake Erie at Manitoba, 8:30 ET
*Game 6 – Sun., Apr. 24 – Manitoba at Lake Erie, 4:00 ET
*Game 7 – Tue., Apr. 26 – Manitoba at Lake Erie, 7:00 ET
Manitoba
2010-11 Stats

 

Regular Season Comparison
 
Calder Cup Playoff History
  Lake Erie Manitoba     Lake Erie Manitoba
Record 44-28-3-5 43-30-1-6   Appearances 1st 9th
Points 96 93   2010 Result DNQ Lost div. semi
Home 24-11-2-3 23-15-1-1   Record (games) 0-0 50-45
Road 20-17-1-2 20-15-0-5   Record (series) 0-0 10-8
Goals for 223 220   OT record 0-0 7-16
Goals against 206 210   Calder Cup titles 0 0
PP% (rank) 15.8 (23) 14.7 (26)   Losing finalist 0 1 (2009)
PK% (rank) 84.9 (5) 85.6 (2)   Deepest advance -- CC Finals (2009)

  

2010-11 Regular Season Series
  Lake Erie Manitoba   Results  
Record 2-2-0-0 (4 pts.) 2-2-0-0 (4 pts.)   Oct. 29 MTB 6 at LE 3
  at LE
1-1-0-0 1-1-0-0   Oct. 31 MTB 0 at LE 2
  at MTB
1-1-0-0 1-1-0-0   Feb. 18 LE 5 at MTB 1
Goals 12 11   Feb. 19 LE 2 at MTB 4
Power play 2/14 (14.3%) 0/17 (0.0%)      
Scoring Walter: 4gp, 2-3-5 Shirokov: 4gp, 2-3-5      
  Chouinard: 4gp, 2-1-3 Clark: 2gp, 0-4-4      
  Talbot: 4gp, 2-1-3 Desbiens: 2gp, 1-2-3      
Goaltending Bacashihua: 2-2-0, 3.17 Weiman: 1-1-0, 2.03      
    Lack: 1-1-0, 3.51      

SERIES NOTEBOOK:
Lake Erie’s first-ever trip to the Calder Cup Playoffs begins with a meeting with Manitoba, a postseason participant for the seventh consecutive year and the runner-up to Hershey in the 2009 Calder Cup Finals... The Monsters finished the regular season with a 23-7-0-1 mark in their last 31 games to finish one point off the lead in the North Division... After the All-Star break, Monsters forwards Ben Walter (7-26-33, +19) and David Van der Gulik (10-17-27, +20) combined for 60 points and a plus-39 rating... Greg Mauldin had 18-17-35 and a plus-25 in 43 games for Lake Erie... Monsters goaltender Jason Bacashihua has played one career postseason game, a 2003 outing with Utah... Teammate John Grahame has won both a Calder Cup (1999, Providence) and a Stanley Cup (2004, Tampa Bay) during his career… Second-year pro Sergei Shirokov led Manitoba in goals (22), assists (36) and points (58) in the regular season... Moose netminder Eddie Lack tied for the AHL lead among rookies with 28 wins and earned a spot on the league’s All-Rookie team... Forward Marco Rosa returned from injury and posted 6-5-11 in nine games down the stretch for the Moose… Manitoba’s Claude Noel has a 33-21 career playoff record as an AHL head coach, leading Milwaukee to two Calder Cup Finals and the 2004 championship.