Windsor out skates Sault Ste. Marie 7-4. Each club scored twice on the power play. Michael Clarke had a monster game for the Spitfires, starting with the primary assist on a first period goal for his club. Clarke would also assist on another goal later in the same period. In the last minute of regulation, Clarke had two goals, including an empty net marker. He was named the first star of the game. The win moves Windsor a game over 0.500.
RIT stuns Michigan in overtime 5-4. The Wolverines opened the game with a 3-0 lead, including two power play scores. Luke Moffatt had two shots for Michigan in the opener, but did not record a point. RIT forced overtime with three goals in the third period. Adam Hartley's game winner came just 14 seconds into the overtime session.
Luleå HF upends Växjö Lakers HC 4-1. Jonas Holos was credited with a hit and a shot on goal for the Lakers. He was penalized for holding in the final period. The Lakers have had a rough start to the season, having won just one game in 13 contests.
Linköpings HC scores three times in the first period, holds off AIK 3-2. As the extra forward for Linköpings, Joachim Nermark had slightly more than 12 minutes of ice time in the game. His club has wins in six of their first 11 games.