Friday Scoreboard


Grand Rapids blanks Lake Erie 5-0. The Monsters were out shot 39-21. Gerald Coleman gave up all five goals in his second start of the season for Lake Erie. The Monsters were 0-3 on the power play. Mark Olver led the team in shots with four.

Box Score


Shawinigan dumps Quebec 5-1. The clubs combined to go 0-5 on the power play. Dillon Donnelly was minus one on the night and found himself in the penalty box in the third period for roughing. The Cataractes extend their winning streak to seven games.

Rouyn Noranda falls to Val-d'Or in overtime 3-2. Gabriel Beaupre notched his sixth goal of the season, which tied the game at two in the third period. He finished with three shots and two hits in the game. Val-d'Or has won their last three games.


Saskatoon edges Brandon 3-2. The Blades fired 46 shots on net. Duncan Siemens was minus one in the game. He was called for roughing in the third period and was involved in a fight at the end of regulation. 



Notre Dame skates past Michigan 3-1. The lone Wolverines tally was scored on the power play. Luke Moffatt recorded a single shot on net in the game and finished with an even rating. The Wolverines fall to 14-9-4 with the loss.


Union upends Yale 3-1. The Bulldogs fall to 8-8-2 with the loss. Gus Young was minus one in the contest. The winning goal for Union was scored short-handed in the second period.

Hockey East

Boston University scores four times in the first period, dumps Providence 6-1. Kieran Millan stopped 36 shots to earn his 12th win of the season. He was named the third star of the game. The Terriers scored twice on the power play.

Maine trips up Boston College in overtime 4-3. Paul Carey was minus one for the Eagles and launched three shots on net. BC did score twice on the power play, but fell to 14-9-1 with the loss.


Colorado College scores late in regulation to stun Minnesota 2-1. The winning tally for the Tigers came with 36 seconds remaining in the game. Nate Condon was held to a single shot on net for the Gophers and finished minus one for the game. Kent Patterson stopped 25 shots in the loss, falling to 16-9-1.



Växjö Lakers HC trims HV 71 in a shoot-out 2-1. Jonas Holos had just over 26 minutes of ice time for the Lakers. He recorded two shots in the game; to go along with a minus one rating.