Tuesday Scoreboard - 11/24/2015


Milwaukee 6 - San Antonio 3

Calvin Pickard had a rough outing in his return to the Rampage. He gave up all six goals to the Admirals before being replaced by Roman Will in the third period.

Marc-Andre Cliche (4) opened the game's scoring before three straight tallies by the Admirals. Borna Rendulic (2) pulled the Rampage within one goal early in the second. He would score again before the end of the period, but it wasn't enough for San Antonio. The Rampage are now winless in their last three games.


Regina 3 - Red Deer 2

The Pats fired 21 shots on goal in the second period; converting the opportunities into two goals. Conner Bleackley scored his third goal of the season, but penalties late in the third period made it difficult for his club to come back. Bleackley was named the third star of the game.



Boston University 3 - Bentley 0

Bentley was held to 15 shots in the game. Danny O'Regan had a goal and an assist for the Terriers. AJ Greer had three shots in the game.

News and Notes - 11/24/2015

College Hockey Rankings

Week of November 23rd Division I Men's Poll

7 - St. Cloud State
9 - Denver
11 - Boston University
12 - Michigan

USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine College Hockey Poll

7 - St. Cloud State
10 - Denver
11 - Michigan
12 - Boston University

Weekly Transactions

Spencer Martin - G - Reassigned to Fort Wayne (ECHL) - 11/23
Calvin Pickard - G - Reassigned to San Antonio (AHL) - 11/23

Sunday Scoreboard - 11/22/2015


Charlotte 4 - San Antonio 3

The Rampage gave up a three goal lead to the Checkers. It's only the second loss in regulation for San Antonio. Reid Petryk (2) opened the scoring on a power play in the first period.

Nikita Zadorov (4) and Joey Hishon (4) scored for the Rampage, before the Checkers began to pick away at the lead. The comeback was led by former Michigan Wolverine, Phil Di Giuseppe, who had two goals.

Spencer Martin gave up all four goals on 29 shots. It's likely his last start with the Rampage, for some time, as Calvin Pickard has been reassigned to San Antonio by the Avalanche.


Brampton 2 - Fort Wayne 0

Both goals for the Beast came early in the third period. Cody Corbett and Garrett Meurs each had four shots in the loss.


Val-d'Or 5 - Quebec 1

Alexis Pepin was credited with four hits in the game. Five different skaters scored for the Foreurs. The Remparts were 0-3 on the power play.

Saturday Scoreboard - 11/21/2015


Toledo 6 - Fort Wayne 4

Kyle Bonis scored twice for the Walleye. Cody Corbett scored his second goal of the season on a power play in the second period. Garrett Meurs had a nice offensive game for the Komets contributing a goal and two helpers.


Kitchener 5 - Guelph 1

Nick Magyar had two shots in the game and finished minus one. Gustaf Franzen had a goal and an assist for the Rangers. Kitchener scored three times in the final period.


Val-d'Or 8 - Drummondville 1

After a sluggish first period, the Foreurs cranked out three and five goals in the second and third periods respectively. Anthony Richard had a hat trick and an assist. Alexis Pepin recorded an assist on the final goal scored in the game. Sergei Boikov notched an assist on the lone goal for the Voltigeurs.

Baie-Comeau 4 - Halifax 0

Keven Bouchard was busy in goal for the Drakkar, stopping 44 shots. Nicolas Meloche scored his sixth goal of the season in a busy third period for Baie-Comeau. He was involved in a fight in the opening frame.

Rouyn-Noranda 5 - Blainville-Boisbriand 1

The Huskies controlled things early with four first period goals. Two of those goals came off the stick of Julien Nantel. JC Beaudin had two assists for Rouyn-Noranda. The Armada were 0-4 on the power play.


Seattle 5 - Portland 2

Paul Bittner scored both goals for the Winterhawks. Gustav Olhaver was plus one and was penalized for goaltender interference in the first period.



Michigan 4 - Boston University 2

The Wolverines scored three times in the first period to split the two game series. JT Compher assisted on one of those goals; a power play tally. AJ Greer had four shots in the game for the Terriers. His interference penalty in the opening period led to a Michigan goal.


Denver 6 - Wisconsin 2

The Pioneers opened the game with first period goals by Colin Staub (1) and Jarid Lukosevicius (4). Will Butcher assisted on two goals, but was later given a game disqualification from a check from behind late in the third period.

Friday Scoreboard - 11/20/2015


Ontario 4 - San Antonio 3 - F/OT

Half way through the game, the Rampage found themselves down three goals. They would begin to chip at the deficit with a late second period goal by Maxim Noreau (4). Noreau would be fundamental in the comeback for San Antonio by assisting on third period goals by Nikita Zadorov (3) and Joey Hishon (3).

Unfortunately for the Rampage, the Reign scored just 21 seconds into the overtime session to earn the extra point. Spencer Martin stopped 35 shots. He has played in three games since Calvin Pickard was recalled to the Avalanche. Noreau was named the third star of the game.


Fort Wayne 3 - Kalamazoo 1

Cody Corbett scored his first goal of the season on a power play in the opening period. Pat Nagle made 26 saves for the Komets. Corbett was named the third star of the game.


Kitchener 4 - London 2

Nick Magyar returned to the Rangers lineup since an ankle injury sidelined him in early October. He finished with two shots in the game. Ryan MacInnis scored twice for the Rangers.

Mississauga 7 - North Bay 0

Alexander Nylander had a hat trick for the Steelheads. Owen Tippett and Ryan McLeod also scored twice for Mississauga. Kyle Wood was minus three for the Battalion and was assessed hooking and slashing minors.


Quebec 5 - Rouyn-Noranda 4

Dmytro Timashov scored twice for the Remparts. JC Beaudin had an assist for the Huskies and was credited with three hits in the game. Julin Nantel was minus two.

Baie-Comeau 3 - Saint John 2

The Drakkar fell behind by two goals before scoring three unanswered. Nicolas Meloche had four shots on goal. Sam Povorozniouk had both goals for the Sea Dogs.

Drummondville 5 - Sherbrooke 4 - F/OT

The Voltigeurs scored three times in the third period; including twice in the last 95 seconds of regulation. Sergei Boikov recorded an assist in the same frame. Drummondville secured the victory just 35 seconds into overtime.


Red Deer 6 - Saskatoon 1

Ivan Nikolishin recorded a hat trick for the victorious Rebels. Conner Bleackley earned an assist in the third period. Earlier in the game, he was assessed a fighting major and 10-minute misconduct.

Seattle 4 - Kamloops 3 - F/OT

Ryan Gropp was the offensive star for the Thunderbirds with a hat trick. Gustav Olhaver was even for the game.



Boston University 3 - Michigan 2

The Wolverines attacked early with two goals in the first period including one on the power play. After a scoreless second period, the Terriers struck back three times. JT Compher was credited with a power play assist in the opening period. AJ Greer had four shots in the game and assisted on the tying goal for BU.


North Dakota 4 - St. Cloud State 3

After falling behind by a goal early in the first, UND scored twice to close out the period. Ben Storm had one shot in the game for the Huskies. Drake Caggiula notched a hat trick for North Dakota.


Denver 3 - Wisconsin 3 - F/OT

The Badgers scored three times in the second period within a span of 4:08. Denver would tie up the game before the close of the period. Will Butcher had four shots on goal for the Pioneers. He was unable to capitalize on his shoot-out opportunity. Wisconsin won the shoot-out 1-0.

Friday NCAA TV Schedule - 11/20/2015


North Dakota @ St. Cloud State (Ben Storm) - 6:30 PM MST - Fox Sports Net (alternate)


Michigan (JT Compher) @ Boston University (AJ Greer) - 4:00 PM MST - NESN, TSN2

Denver (Will Butcher) @ Wisconsin - 6:30 PM MST - American Sports Network, TSN2

Thursday Scoreboard - 11/19/2015


Kingston 4 - North Bay 3

Defenseman Kyle Wood made his season debut for the Battalion, since being sidelined with an injury to his wrist. Wood finished plus one with one shot in the game. The Battalion made a run late in the third period with two goals 42 seconds.

CHL Canada Russia Series

Team QMJHL 6 - Team Russia 4

The talented QMJHL squad, coming off the first loss of the series for the CHL, pounced on the Russians early with four goals in the first period. Julien Nantel and JC Beaudin were held off the score sheet. Nicolas Meloche did find the back of the net in the third period for the QMJHL.

Sergei Boikov served an interference penalty for the Russians in the opening frame. Mathieu Joseph was the offensive star for the Q, scoring two goals. The CHL won five of six games of the the series.