Saturday Scoreboard


Lake Erie scores four times in the third period; storms back to beat Chicago 5-3. The Monsters were down 3-1 after the end of the second period. Evan Brophey (11) had the lone goal for the Monsters in the opening frame. Neither club was able to score on the power play.

In the third period, the Monsters offense began to click. Ryan Stoa recorded his eighth goal of the season at the 3:19 mark of the third period. Nearly six minutes later, Patrick Bordeleau (3) tied up the game at three. Luke Walker scored his fourth of the season with just under seven minutes remaining in regulation. The Monsters sealed the win with an empty net tally by Hugh Jessiman (18).

Brophey and Walker were named the first and third stars of the game respectively. Trevor Cann stopped 29 shots in the game. He won his ninth game of the season. The Monsters are 5-5 in their last 10 games.

Box Score


Sudbury upends Belleville 5-3. The Bulls had a 34-24 shot advantage. Each club scored once on the power play. Stephen Silas had a rough evening and was minus three for Belleville. The Bulls fall to 22-18-1-0.

Mississauga blanks Plymouth 2-0. The Whalers winning streak ends at seven games. Garrett Meurs was called for slashing in the second period. Both goals for the Majors came on the power play.


Shawinigan edges Acadie-Bathurst in a shoot-out 2-1. The teams combined to go 0-9 on the power play. Dillon Donnelly was credited with a hit and was plus one for the night. Shawinigan's winning streak reaches six games.

Val-d'Or trips up Quebec in overtime 5-4. The winning goal was scored with a second remaining in the overtime session. Gabriel Beaupre was penalized for slashing in the third period. He was plus one for the game and had one shot on goal.


Saskatoon out lasts Prince Albert 8-6. Four power play goals were scored in the game. Duncan Siemens notched his sixth goal of the season in the second period. In addition to his plus two rating, he was penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct in the third period. 

Portland shuts down Seattle 4-0. The Winterhawks hammered 52 shots on the Thunderbirds net. Unlike on Friday night, Calvin Pickard played the entire game for Seattle. His 48 saves earned him third star of the game honors.



Yale and St. Lawrence skate to a 3-3 tie. Each club was credited with a power play goal. Gus Young was even for the game, but did not have a shot on goal nor factor in the game offensively. 

Hockey East

At Fenway Park, Boston College nips Northeastern 2-1. The Eagles doubled up the Huskies in shots 30-15. Paul Carey had an even rating for the game and fired one shot on goal. BC improves to 14-8-1.


Minnesota dumps North Dakota 6-2. Nate Condon assisted on an early second period goal. He would score his seventh tally of the season later in the same frame. Condon would also score a short-handed goal in the third period for the Gophers. He was the second star of the game.

Kent Patterson made 24 saves for Minnesota. He has 16 wins on the season.


Boston University trims Harvard in overtime 4-3. Three power play goals were scored in the game. Kieran Millan came up with 23 saves for the Terriers. BU improves to 13-6-1.



Växjö Lakers HC topples Färjestads BK 4-1. Jonas Holos did not have a shot on goal in the game. He was plus two for the Lakers.