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Friday Scoreboard

OHL

Plymouth upends Barrie 4-1. Neither team was able to score on the power play. Garrett Muers was minus one on the evening. The Whalers improve to 9-6-2 with the win.

QMJHL

Val-d'Or scores four times in the third period, upends Cape Breton 5-3. The Foreurs were out shot 43-24. Gabriel Beaupre was plus one on the night and fired one shot on net. The clubs combined to go 0-5 on the power play. 

Victoriaville hammers Shawinigan 7-3. Dillon Donnelly was penalized for goaltender interference in the second period. He was credited with three hits and finished the game with a plus one rating. The Cataractes were held to 22 shots on goal.

WHL

Moose Jaw edges Saskatoon 3-2. Duncan Siemens was minus one for the game. The Warriors had a 38-29 shot advantage. The Blades were 0-4 on the power play and fall to 10-6-0-1 with the loss.

Red Deer fires 47 shots on net, thumps Seattle 8-2. Calvin Pickard was pulled early in the second period after surrendering five goals on 22 shots. The Rebels were 2-6 on the power play. Seattle drops to 5-8.

Portland trips up Kelowna in a shoot-out 6-5. Troy Rutkowski did not factor in on the scoring and was minus one for the contest. The Winterhawks dominated in shots 49-19 and they won the shoot-out 1-0.

NCAA

CCHA

Western Michigan scores late in the third period, stuns Michigan 3-2. The Wolverines had a 36-25 shot advantage. Neither club was able to score on the power play. Luke Moffatt recorded a shot and goal and was minus one on the evening. 

ECAC

Cornell topples Yale 6-2. Gus Young, who skated on the second paring for the Bulldogs, fired two shots on net. He was penalized for charging late in the third period and was minus one for the game. Yale is 1-1-1 after their first three games.

Hockey East

Boston College skates past Maine 5-1. Paul Carey had two shots on goal for the Eagles and ended the game with a minus one rating. BC was 2-4 on the power play and they improve to 8-1-0 with the win.

WCHA

Minnesota blanks North Dakota 2-0. Kent Patterson made 24 saves and has five shut outs after nine games this season. He was named the first star of the game. Nate Condon was put on the top line at left wing and was credited with three shots on net. He was penalized for boarding early in the first period. The Gophers were 1-7 with the man advantage.