Rockford stuns Lake Erie in overtime 2-1. The Monsters held a 1-0 lead until the 19:46 mark of the third period when the IceHogs tied the score at one. Just 53 seconds into overtime, Rockford notched the game winner.
The lone Monsters goal was scored by Curtis Fraser. John Grahame started the game for Lake Erie and made 29 saves. The Monsters were 0-4 on the power play. Lake Erie continues their road trip on Sunday in Peoria.
Tulsa blanks Allen 5-0. Harrison Reed recorded his 12th goal of the season and also added an assist. He was penalized for tipping in the first period and interference in the second. He also earned second star of the game honors. Tom Fritsche assisted on two second period tallies. The Oilers now have a 0.500 record.
Guelph skates past Kitchener 7-5. It was a tough game in net for starter Brandon Maxwell who gave up four goals on 24 shots. He was pulled in the later stages of the third period in which his backup, Mike Morrison, allowed two goals on six shots. The loss drops the Rangers to 20-8-3-1.
Belleville tops Plymouth 3-1. Stephen Silas is still looking for his first goal of the season, but did assist on two of the Bulls tallies. He has 15 assists in 35 games. Silas was named the third star of the game.
Niagara upends Owen Sound 5-2. Joey Hishon was held off the score sheet and was minus one for the contest. Both clubs scored twice on the power play. Owen Sound out shot Niagara 39-27. The Attack fall to 21-11-0-2.
Saskatoon doubles up Edmonton 4-2. Stefan Elliott assisted on a second period tally and recorded his 14th goal of the season in the third period. He is now averaging a point per game with 34 in 34. Elliott is the second highest scoring defenseman in the WHL. He was named the third star of the game.
Seattle holds off Portland 4-2. The Winterhawks fired 52 shots on the Seattle goal and Calvin Pickard stopped 50 of them. He was named the first star of the game. Troy Rutkowski was one of the two scorers who managed to beat Pickard. The goal scored in the third period was his sixth of the season.
North Dakota skates past the USNTDP 2-1. All three goals were scored in the third period. The Sioux had a 40-22 shot advantage. Brad Malone centered the top line and fired two shots on net.