Friday Scoreboard


Tulsa dumps Laredo 6-1. Trevor Cann left the game after the first period; he stopped five of six shots. He was still credited for the win, seventh of the season. With the victory, the Oilers improve to 20-18-1.


Kitchener upends Oshawa 6-2. After losing his last four starts, Brandon Maxwell made 32 saves to earn his 17th win of the season. He was named the first star of the game. Kitchener still trails Midwest Division leading Owen Sound by two points, but the club has two games in hand.


Portland trips up Everett in overtime 3-2. Former Denver Pioneer, William Wrenn, scored his first goal for the Winterhawks since leaving college hockey. Troy Rutkowski was penalized for hooking in the second period. Portland improves to 30-14-0-3.

Kelowna doubles up Seattle 6-3. Calvin Pickard dropped his 18th loss this season in regulation. He made 32 saves in the game. Tyson Barrie assisted on a first period goal for the Rockets. He sealed the game with two empty net/ short-handed tallies. Barrie was also hit with a hooking minor in the final frame. Kelowna improves to 25-20 with the win.



Michigan blanks Alaska-Fairbanks 2-0. Luke Moffatt fired a single shot on net and was even for the game. He was penalized for boarding in the third period. Moffatt mostly skated on the third line for the Wolverines. Michigan improves to 16-6-4.

Hockey East

Boston College holds off Boston University 3-2. Kieran Millan gave up all three Eagles goals in the first period. He remained in net for the rest of the game and stopped a total of 24 shots. Paul Carey assisted on the first two BC goals. Carey also had three shots in the game and he finished with a plus one rating. The Eagles improve to 16-6-0 as the Terriers fall to 10-7-6.


Nebraska-Omaha stuns North Dakota 8-4. Five of the goals scored by the Mavericks were on the power play. Brad Malone assisted on a third period goal scored by the Sioux. He was penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct and roughing towards the end of the third period. The loss drops the Sioux out of first place in the WCHA.