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Saturday Scoreboard

AHL

At last! The Monsters secure their first win of the season; tops Syracuse in overtime 3-2. Adrian Foster opened the scoring with his second goal in as many games. After falling behind 2-1, the Monsters tied the game with less than three minutes remaining in regulation. Cameron Gaunce (1) capitlized on a feed from Stefan Elliott.

Elliott would score the game winner at the 3:24 mark of the overtime session. He was named the first star of the game. Trevor Cann made 21 saves in the victory. The Monsters will look for their second win of the season on Sunday in Toronto.

Box Score

OHL

Niagara shuts down Plymouth 4-0. The Whalers were 0-3 on the power play and were out shot 38-30. Garrett Meurs was minus one for the contest. Plymouth falls back to 0.500 with the loss.

Belleville out lasts Sarnia; wins in a shoot-out 4-3. Stephen Silas assisted on a goal scored early in the third period for the Bulls. Each club was 1-5 with the man advantage. Belleville won the shoot-out 2-1.

QMJHL

Shawinigan blanks Cape Breton 3-0. The Cataractes held a 32-35 shot advantage. Dillon Donnelly was plus two on the evening. Shawinigan improves to 10-5-1-1 with the win.

WHL

Portland falls to Red Deer in a shoot-out 2-1. Troy Rutkowski was minus one for the contest and was called for roughing in the third period. The Rebels won the shoot-out 2-1. The Winterhawks are winless in their last two games.

NCAA

Hockey East

Boston College edges Northeastern in overtime 4-3; improves to 5-1. Paul Carey had three shots on goal for the Eagles. He recorded an assist on one of the two third period goals for BC. Carey was even for the game.

Non-Conference

Holy Cross stuns Boston University 5-4. The Crusaders took advantage of their power play opportunities going 3-6. Kieran Millan stopped 26 shots in the loss. The Terriers fall to 2-2.

Europe

Elitserien

Färjestads BK topples the Växjö Lakers HC 4-1. Jonas Holos had over 20 minutes of ice time in his first game with his new club Växjö. He had three shots on net against his old team and an even rating.

SM-Liiga

Ilves doubles up Lukko 4-2. Sami Aittokallio stopped 25 shots in the win.