Friday Scoreboard - 02/12/2016


Cincinnati 6 - Fort Wayne 5

Six different skaters scored for the Komets in the win. Troy Bourke assisted on two goals in the game; including Trevor Cheek's 10th goal of the season.


Drummondville 5 - Rouyn-Noranda 4 - F/SO

The Voltigeurs received two goals from Michael Carcone in regulation. For the Huskies, JC Beaudin assisted on a second period goal. AJ Greer was credited with one hit and one shot in the game. Drummondville won the shoot-out in three rounds 1-0. Sergei Boikov assisted on an opening period goal for the Voltigeurs and his performance earned him third star of the game honors.

Gatineau 6 - Quebec 1

Nicolas Meloche notched three shots and was credited with two hits in the game. Offensively, the Olympiques received a goal and two assists from Yakov Trenin. Gatineau enjoyed a 47-21 shot advantage in the game.

Shawinigan 2 - Val-d'Or 0

Alex Pawelczyk and Anthony Beauvillier scored the goals for the Cataractes. Alexis Pepin was assessed a cross-checking minor in the opening period.


Moose Jaw 6 - Swift Current 4

Six goals were scored between the teams in the opening period. Gustav Olhaver was even for the game. Colby Sissons had two helpers for the Broncos.


Big Ten

Michigan 4 - Wisconsin 1

A nice contribution for JT Compher wth three helpers for the Wolverines. In fact, the top line for Michigan combined for seven points. The win gives the Wolverines a 9-2-2 record within the conference.


Denver 6 - North Dakota 4

The Fighting Hawks (still funny to say that) entered the weekend as the number two ranked team in the country. Denver's Pacific Rim line came to play on the evening; Danton Heinen, Dylan Gambrell and Trevor Moore combined for three goals and eight assists. Will Butcher was even for the game.

Saturday TV Schedule - 02/13/2016



North Dakota @ Denver (W. Butcher) - 7:00 PM MST - Root Sports

Friday TV Schedule - 02/12/2016



North Dakota @ Denver (W. Butcher) - 8:00 PM MST - CBS Sports Network

Thursday Scoreboard - 02/11/2016


North Bay 4 - Saginaw 1

Brett Hargrave helped lead the offensive attack for the Battalion with goals in the first and third periods. Kyle Wood had two shots in the game and finished plus two.


Rouyn-Noranda 2 - Blainville-Boisbriand

A nice breakout game for AJ Greer, who had both goals for the Huskies on Thursday evening. JC Beaudin assisted on both of those markers and had two shots in the game. Greer was named second star of the contest.
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Wednesday Scoreboard - 02/10/2016


San Antonio 3 - Charlotte 2

Another multiple point game for Avs 2015 first round pick Mikko Rantanen, who notched his 17th goal of the season in the contest. In addition to the goal, Rantanen also assisted on a power play marker in the opening period. Joey Hishon (11) and Marc-Andre Cliche (6) also scored for the Rampage.

Roman Will stopped 21 shots to earn the win. Rantanen was named the first star of the game. San Antonio has won back-to-back games. Former Avs farm hand, TJ Hensick, had an assist in the game for the Checkers.

Note: Mason Geertsen was recalled from Fort Wayne, due to the injury of Duncan Siemens, but did not suit up in this contest.


Gatineau 6 - Halifax 0

Alex Dostie and Chiwetin Blacksmith each had two goals for the Olympiques. Nicolas Meloche assisted on the first and last goals scored in the game. He was called for a minor roughing infraction in the third period.

Rimouski 5 - Drummondville 2

Michael Carcone notched both goals for the Voltigeurs in the loss. Sergei Boikov was credited with two hits and two shots on goal in the game.

Tuesday Scoreboard - 02/09/2016


Ottawa 4 - North Bay 3 - F/OT

Evan de Haan notched the game winner with 16 seconds remaining in the overtime session for the 67's. Kyle Wood assisted on a goal for the Battalion in the second period.

Monday Scoreboard - 02/08/2016


San Antonio 5 - Charlotte 2

A strong second period led to three goals for the Rampage. Borna Rendulic (11), Mikko Rantanen (15), and Garrett Thompson (3) had those markers for San Antonio. Dennis Everberg (14) got things started with a power play goal in the first.

Roman Will was solid in between the pipes with 31 saves. Rantanen (16) closed out the scoring with an empty net tally. The victory pulls the club back to .500.