Lake Erie earns their first point of the season, but falls in overtime 4-3 to Syracuse. It was a night of firsts for the Monsters; not only did they earn the aforementioned first point of the season, they also scored their first power play goal of the year. After falling behind 1-0, the Monsters received first period goals from David Liffiton (1) and new addition Adrian Foster (1).
Hugh Jessiman (1) gave the Monsters a 3-2 lead at the 13:33 mark of the third period, but it was short lived. Former Av, Kyle Cumiskey, had the secondary assist on the game tying goal that was scored 33 seconds later. Patrick Maroon capped off a four point night with the overtime winner.
Trevor Cann made 30 saves in the loss. Liffiton was named the third star of the game. The two clubs will face each other again on Saturday.
Plymouth scores three times in the first, goes on to beat the Erie Otters 5-1. The Otters were out shot 33-22. Garrett Meurs assisted on a first period power play goal scored by the Whalers. Meurs scored his third goal of the season later in the first period. He was named the third star of the game.
London shuts down Belleville 4-0. Neither club was able to convert on the power play. Defenseman Stephen Silas was minus one for the contest. He was penalized for tripping in the third period as the Bulls fall to 5-5.
Val-d'Or scores three times in the third period; doubles up Drummondville 6-3. Gabriel Beaupre was penalized for both holding and roughing in the first period. The Foreurs were 1-4 with the man advantage. The club has won their eighth game of the season.
Shawinigan records three third period tallies; comes back to beat Victoriaville 4-2. Dillon Donnelly threw out two hits and fired two shots on goal. The Cataractes improve to 9-5-1-1. Donnelly was minus one on the evening.
Edmonton topples Portland 8-4. The Oil Kings scored three goals in both the first and third periods. Troy Rutkowski scored a power play goal in the second period. It was his third goal of the season. He also assisted on a third period power play goal. Rutkowski was minus two for the contest. Edmonton improves to 8-3-1-1.
Spokane scores four unanswered goals, upends Saskatoon 5-3. Duncan Siemens was penalized for tripping late in the first period. The Blades winless streak has extended to four games. Siemens was minus one for the game.
Seattle evens their record to 4-4, beats Everett 3-2. Calvin Pickard made 27 saves in the win. The Thunderbirds capitalized on two of their power play opportunities.
Northern Michigan skates past Michigan 5-3. The Wolverines entered the game as the top ranked team in the country. Luke Moffatt was tossed from the game in the second period for fighting. The Wolverines fall to 4-1.
Boston College scores twice on the power play, tops Massachusetts 4-2. Paul Carey was held off the score sheet, but fired four shots on net. He was penalized for roughing early in the third frame. Carey was even for the contest. The Eagles improve to 4-1.
Minnesota fires 38 shots on goal, blanks Vermont 6-0. Goaltender Kent Patterson pitched his third shutout of the season. The Catamounts only threw 17 shots at him. Nate Condon had three of Minnesota's 38 shots and was plus one for the contest. He assisted on a second period Gophers goal. Minnesota remains unbeaten at 5-0.