The Ottawa Senators sent 2009 first-round draft pick Jared Cowen back to the Spokane Chiefs on Saturday afternoon. The Sens’ release is below but it doesn’t say much. Also, the full box from last night’s 6-3 loss at Kootenay.
The Ottawa Senators announced today they have reduced their training camp roster, re-assigning eight players to the Binghamton Senators of the American Hockey League and one returns to his junior team.
The players re-assigned to Binghamton today include goaltender Robin Lehner; defencemen Derek Smith and Patrick Wiercioch; and forwards Cody Bass, Bobby Butler, Ryan Keller, Francis Lessard and Corey Locke.
Defenceman Jared Cowen returns to his Western Hockey League team, the Spokane Chiefs.
The Senators roster is now comprised of 23 players: two goaltenders, eight defencemen and 13
CRANBROOK, B.C. - Western Hockey League summary for regular season game between the Spokane Chiefs and the Kootenay Ice; October 1, 2010
Kevin King had two goals and added an assist as the Kootenay Ice doubled the Spokane Chiefs 6-3 in WHL action Friday.
Spokane took a 3-2 first period lead on goals by Mitch Holmberg, Steve Kuhn and Tyler Johnson, all with their first goals of the season. Kootenay replied with markers by Max Reinhart and James Martin. In the second Kootenay tied the game with King’s first of the night, a short-handed marker, 46 seconds into the middle frame. Brock Montgomery scored the eventual game-winner at 12:11, banging home a pass by Elgin Pearce for his first of the season. In the third the Ice got two more goals by Matt Fraser and another by Kevin King to give the Ice the 6-3 win.
Todd Mathews stopped 24 of 27 shots to get the win while James Reid turned aside 13 of 19 shots to take the loss.
Elgin Pearce chipped in with three assist while Max Reinhart scored a goal and an assist.
1. Spokane, Holmberg 1 1:39
2. Kootenay, Reinhart 3 (King, Martin) 3:02
3. Kootenay, Martin 3 (Pearce, Leach) 10:50
4. Spokane, Kuhn 1 (Uher, Miller) 13:50 (pp)
5. Spokane, Johnson 1 (Gow) 14:59 (pp)
Penalties — Montgomery Ktn (unsportsmanlike conduct) 5:43, Gow Spo (tripping) 6:16, Kuhn Spo (hooking) 8:47, Montgomery Ktn Cratsenberg Spo (fighting) 10:52, King Ktn (cross-checking) 12:57, Rintoul Ktn (checking-from-behind) 14:36, Hurley Ktn (interference) 19:36.
6. Kootenay, King 2 (Reinhart) 0:46 (sh)
7. Kootenay, Montgomery 1 (Pearce) 12:11
Penalties — Antilla Ktn (tripping) 3:08.
8. Kootenay, Fraser 2 (Pearce) 1:41
9. Kootenay, King 3 (McNabb) 7:21
Penalties — Bench Minor Ktn (too-many-men - served by Ismond) 3:18, Hurley Ktn Aviani Spo (fighting) 8:07, Vanscourt Spo (kneeing) Marantz Spo Martin Ktn (roughing) 16:25, Vanscourt Spo Fraser Ktn (misconduct) 18:31, Aviani Spo (goaltender interference) 18:39, Hurley Ktn Koper Spo (roughing) 19:10.
Shots on goal by
Kootenay: 8 5 6 - 19
Spokane: 13 7 7 - 27
Goal — Kootenay: Todd Mathews (W, 1-1); Spokane: James Reid (L, 0-2).
Power Plays — (goals-chances)
Referee — Derek Zalaski. Linesman — Sean Donnelly, Steve Cochrane.
Attendance — 2454 (4264)
Kootenay: Nathan Lieuwen (knee - day-to-day), Adam Rossignol (healthy), Jared Zentner (healthy), Steele Boomer (wrist - one week), John Niebrandt (healthy).
Spokane: Cole Hamblin, Brenden Kichton, Brady Brassart.