Friday Scoreboard - 11/27/2015


North Bay 6 - Niagara 1

Six different skaters scored for the Battalion. Zach Shankar had three assists for North Bay. Kyle Wood had two shots in the game and was plus two on the evening.

Kitchener 3 - Barrie 1

Nick Magyar recorded two shots in the game. All the scoring in the contest came in the final period. Jeremy Bracco notched a goal and an assist.


Rimouski 2 - Baie-Comeau 1 - F/SO

Samuel Laberge and Matteo Pietroniro had the goals in regulation for Rimouski and Baie-Comeau respectively. Nicolas Meloche was credited with a hit and five shots in the game. The Oceanic won the shoot-out 1-0.

Rouyn-Noranda 7 - Acadie-Bathurst 4

Alexandre Fortin had a four point game for the Huskies. JC Beaudin had two helpers for Rouyn-Noranda. Julin Nantel also contributed with two assists in the victory for the Huskies; both on the power play. He was named the third star of the game.

Val-d'Or 9 - Drummondville 2

The Foreurs broke out in the second period with five goals. Two of those goals belonged to Alexis Pepin. Anthony Richard and Nicolas Aube-Kebel also had two goals for Val-d'Or. Sergei Boikov assisted on a first period goal for Drummondville. Pepin was named the third star of the game.


Red Deer 6 - Medicine Hat 4

Conner Bleackley scored his third goal of the season in the final period. Brandon Hagel had a goal and an assist for the Rebels. Red Deer recorded two power play goals in the contest.

Seattle 5 - Vancouver 3

The Thunderbirds struck three times in the second period. Mathew Barzal had four helpers for Seattle. Gustav Olhaver was penalized for roughing in the opening frame.



St. Cloud State 3 - Minnesota 2

David Morley had a goal and two assists for the Huskies. Ben Storm finished minus one with one shot on goal. Leon Bristedt and Jake Bischoff scored for the Gophers.


Michigan 7 - Dartmouth 0

The Wolverines converted on four of six power play opportunities. JT Compher was called for an early tripping penalty, but would contribute with three assists in the first period. Tyler Motte and Zach Werenski each had two goals for Michigan. Compher was named the third star of the game.

Friday NCAA TV Schedule - 11/27/2015


St. Cloud State (Ben Storm) @ Minnesota - 5:00 PM MST - Fox Sports Net

Thursday Scoreboard - 11/26/2015


Erie 3 - Kitchener 2

Nick Magyar had one shot on goal and was minus one for the Rangers. Taylor Raddysh assisted on two goals for the Otters, including on the game winning tally.

North Bay 7 - Hamilton 1

The Battalion struck five times in the second period. One of those goals belonged to Kyle Wood; scoring his first of the season. Max Kislinger had two goals in the game for North Bay.


Rouyn-Noranda 4 - Drummondville 1

JC Beaudin had two hits in the game and won 7 of 12 face-off opportunities. Julien Nantel assisted on a third period Gabriel Fontaine goal. Sergei Boikov was credited with one hit in the game for Drummondville.

Wednesday Scoreboard - 11/25/2015


Rockford 3 - San Antonio 2 - F/OT

Troy Bourke (2) opened the scoring late in the first period. After two second period goals from the IceHogs, Michael Schumacher (4) tied the game in the third period. Calvin Pickard, playing in his second game since being reassigned from Colorado, stopped 34 shots.

Erik Gustafsson scored the winning goal for Rockford. San Antonio returns to action on Saturday in Chicago. The Rampage are looking to regain their winning ways after four straight games without a victory.


Fort Wayne 3 - Cincinnati 2 - F/OT

Spencer Martin made 27 saves in his return to the Komets. Cody Corbett scored the game winner for Fort Wayne; his third goal of the season.


Red Deer 5 - Kootenay 2

Adam Musil had two goals for the Rebels. Conner Bleackley recorded two assists in the game. The Rebels converted on two of three power play opportunities.

Kelowna 5 - Seattle 2

Kole Lind scored two goals for the victorious Rockets. He was named the first star of the game. Gustav Olhaver was minus three for Seattle.

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.