Saturday Scoreboard


Oklahoma City skates past Lake Erie 3-1. The Monsters are winless in their last three games. The club only registered 22 shots on goal, just five in the third period. The lone tally was scored by Brad Malone (5) on the power play in the second period. He led the team in shots with five and was named the the third star of the game.

Trevor Cann made 23 saves for a team that has won only three of their last 10 games. Captain David Liffiton was tossed in the third period for boarding. The Monsters are off until Tuesday when they will face the Hamilton Bulldogs.

Box Score


Kitchener edges Belleville 5-4. The Rangers were out shot 42-24. Stephen Silas did not factor in on the scoring and was even for the game. Each club scored twice on the power play. Belleville has now dropped their last four games.

Plymouth hammers Sault Ste. Marie 8-0. The Whalers scored four times in the first and second periods. Garrett Meurs assisted on goals in each period. He was plus two for the game. Plymouth scored three times on the power play. The Whalers have won seven of their last 10 games.


Gatineau doubles up Shawinigan 4-2. The Olympiques only had 21 shots on goal. It took 46 games, but Dillon Donnelly recorded his first goal of the season. The tally came in the second period. Despite the loss, Shawinigan still holds the best record in the league at 33-11-2-2.


Saskatoon comes back to beat Victoria 9-6. The Blades scored four times in the third period. Duncan Siemens assisted on three goals and was plus two for the game. Saskatoon has won back-to-back games.

Everett trips up Seattle in overtime 5-4. The Silvertips had all five shots in the overtime session. They scored twice on the power play, including the game winner. Calvin Pickard stopped 30 shots in the loss. The Thunderbirds are winless in their last three games.

Portland falls to Spokane 5-2. Both goals for the Winterhawks came on the power play. Troy Rutkowski was minus one for Portland. Depite the loss, Portland has won eight of their last 10 contests.



Michigan nips Notre Dame 2-1; splits the two game set. The Fighting Irish were 0-4 on the power play. Luke Moffatt failed to record a shot on goal for the Wolverines, as he skated on the fourth line for the club. He was even for the game. Michigan improves to 15-9-4.


RPI trims Yale 2-1. The Bulldogs dominated in shots 46-18. The teams combined to go 0-8 on the power play. Gus Young had a single shot in the game. He ended the contest with an even rating. Yale falls to 8-9-2.

Hockey East

Maine uses three third period goals to topple Boston College 7-4. In addition to three power play goals, Maine also had a short-handed tally. Paul Carey had three shots on net for the Eagles. BC falls to 14-10-1 after the weekend sweep.

Boston University dumps Providence 8-0. Kieran Millan stopped all 26 shots he faced to record his third shut out of the season. He was named the second star of the game. BU improves to 15-6-1.


Minnesota upends Colorado College 2-1; splits the weekend set. The teams combined to go 0-9 on the power play. Nate Condon scored a short-handed goal late in the first period that would tie the game at one. It was his only shot of the contest, but it was enough to earn him second star of the game honors. Kent Patterson was named the game's third star after stopping 19 shots.