Friday Scoreboard


Tulsa holds off Missouri 4-3. Trevor Cann stopped 35 of 38 shots to improve his individual record to 8-3. The Oilers were 2-6 on the power play and were out shot 38-22. Tulsa has now fashioned the third best record in the Berry Conference at 22-19-1.


Windsor thumps Kitchener 7-1. Brandon Maxwell replaced starter Mike Morrison after he gave up five goals. Yet, Maxwell himself gave up two goals on just five shots and was replaced by Morrison in the third period. Kitchener has two games in hand on Midwest Division leader Owen Sound, but is four points behind the Attack.

Belleville upends Sudbury 5-3. The Bulls have won two of their last three games. Four of Belleville's goals were scored in the first period and Stephen Silas assisted on two of them. He was named the third star of the game. 


Saskatoon doubles up Swift Current 6-3. The Blades out shot the Broncos 46-29. Stefan Elliott was plus one for the game and assisted on the opening tally scored by Saskatoon. The Blades continue to sport the best record in the league, which has now improved to 37-10-0-2.

Kelowna dumps Prince George 7-3. In a penalty filled contest, Tyson Barrie assisted on two first period goals for the Rockets. Despite the score, Kelowna was 0-10 on the power play. The Rockets are now eight games above 0.500.

Portland falls to Tri-City 5-2. Troy Rutkowski was minus one for the contest and was penalized for hooking in the second period. Each club scored twice on the power play. The loss dropped the Winterhawks to 33-15-0-3.

Everett pounds Seattle 7-0. It was a tough night for Calvin Pickard who was pulled in the third period after giving up six goals on 26 shots. His record is below 0.500 and his goals against average has blown up to 3.31. The Thunderbirds have dropped to ninth place in the Western Conference.


Hockey East

Boston University trims Maine 4-3. Goaltender Kieran Millan earned first star of the game honors stopping 34 shots. His record improves to 9-5-6. The Terriers were 0-7 on the power play, but managed to kill off five of six Black Bears power play opportunities.


Colorado College tops North Dakota 4-2. Brad Malone had a quiet game for the Sioux; firing two shots on net while centering the second line. The New Brunswick native was minus one for the contest and was penalized for boarding early in the first period. North Dakota missed out on an opportunity to leap frog idle first place Denver in the WCHA standings.

Minnesota throttles Alaska-Anchorage 5-1. The Gophers had a 48-29 shot advantage. Nate Condon notched his sixth goal of the season early in the first period. It was his only shot of the game and he was penalized for tripping in the third frame. The lone goal allowed by Kent Patterson would be considered a bad one, but it was a respectable performance overall as he made 28 saves. Patterson was named the third star of the game. The Gophers are now 11-9-3.



Dynamo Msk edges CSKA 5-4. Denis Parshin did not factor in on the scoring for CSKA. He picked up a slashing penalty in the first period and he fired three shots on net during the game. Parshin finished with a minus two rating.