Lake Erie edges Hamilton in a shoot-out 2-1. The Monsters were a little short-handed when it was announced that forwards Evan Brophey and David Van der Gulik were recalled to Colorado earlier in the day. The lone goal in regulation for the Monsters was scored by forward Ryan Stoa. The Minnesota native has six goals on the season.
Both goals scored during regulation came on the power play. Cedrick Desjardins stopped 27 of 28 shots. Stoa was named the second star of the game. The Monsters won the shoot-out 1-0. Hugh Jessiman had the lone tally. The Monsters will next face Grand Rapids on Friday night.
Kingston skates past Belleville 3-1. The Bulls had a 35-25 shot advantage. Defenseman Stephen Silas was minus one on the night. Belleville finished 0-6 on the power play. The club has now lost four games in a row.
Gatineau falls to Shawinigan 4-1. The Cataractes controlled the game with a 31-17 shot advantage. Dillon Donnelly found himself in the penalty box for a goaltender interference infraction in the first period and roughing and unsportsmanlike conduct calls in the third frame. He finished with one shot on net.
Kamloops doubles up Saskatoon 6-3. The Blazers scored twice on the power play. Duncan Siemens was plus one on the evening. Saskatoon has dropped six of their last 10 games.