Lake Erie holds off Peoria 3-2. Cedrick Desjardins turned in a wonderful performance with 38 saves and was named the second star of the game. David van der Gulik opened the scoring with 48 seconds remaining in the first period. It was his sixth tally of the season.
Hugh Jessiman (5) would give the Monsters a 2-0 lead on a power play in the second period before consecutive goals by Brett Sterling would tie up the game. Jake Newton would score his first goal of the season, which turned out to be the game winner. The goal came with under three minutes remaining in regulation. Newton and van der Gulik were named the first and third stars of the game respectively.
Ottawa scores with one second left in regulation, stuns Belleville 3-2. The Bulls had 42 shots on net. Stephen Silas assisted on a third period power play goal for Belleville. The Bulls have dropped two games in a row.
Plymouth fires 50 shots on net, edges Kitchener 4-3. Garrett Meurs did not factor in on the scoring and was minus one for the contest. The Whalers are hot; having won nine of their last 10 games.
Baie-Comeau hammers Shawinigan 5-1. Dillon Donnelly had three shots on net for the Cataractes, but he was minus one on the night. Shawinigan drops to 17-8-1-2 with the loss.
Saskatoon trims Red Deer 2-1. The Blades were 1-4 on the power play. Duncan Siemens was tossed late in the game with instigating and fighting penalties. He was also given a game misconduct for his troubles.
Seattle doubles up Portland 6-3. The Winterhawks had 50 shots on goal, but Calvin Pickard was up to the task stopping 47 of them. He was named the second star of the game. Neither club was able to score on the power play. Troy Rutkowski was penalized for cross-checking in the second period. He had a tough night, finishing minus four for the game. Seattle has won back to back games.
Ohio State trips up Michigan 6-5. The Buckeyes sweep the two game set. Five goals in the game were scored on the power play. Luke Moffatt recorded his second goal of the season early in the second penalty. The Wolverines fall to 7-5-2.
Boston University upends New Hampshire 4-1. Kieran Millan returned to the net after being benched on Friday for skipping class. Millan made 33 saves for the Terriers and earned second star of the game honors. The clubs combined to go 0-6 on the power play.
Minnesota blanks St. Cloud State 5-0. Kent Patterson set a school record with his sixth shut out of the season. He stopped 30 Huskies shots and was named first star of the game. The Gophers scored twice on the power play. Nate Condon had a single shot on net, but did earn an assist on a third period goal. Minnesota improves to 11-3-0.
Yale skates past Connecticut 5-3. The Bulldogs had a 49-21 shot advantage. Gus Young had a single shot on goal and was even for the game. He played on the second defensive pairing for the Bulldogs. Yale improved to 5-1-1 with the win.
Ilves comes back to beat SaiPa 6-5 in overtime. Sami Aittokallio replaced starter Miika Wiikman after he gave up four goals in the first period. Aittokallio made 18 saves in the win. The game winner was scored 14 seconds into the overtime session.