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OHL

Belleville scores three times in the third period, upends Guelph 3-1. Stephen Silas notched his third goal of the season on a power play opportunity in the third period. The tally turned out to be the game winning goal for the Bulls. Belleville has won back-to-back games.

Kitchener edges Plymouth 6-5. The Rangers scored three times in the third period. Garrett Meurs assisted on a third period score and finished the game with a minus one rating. The Whalers were unable to convert on any of their three power play opportunities. Plymouth has dropped back to back games.

QMJHL

Val-d'Or trips up Cape Breton in overtime 6-5. The Screaming Eagles had a 35-31 shot advantage and scored on both of their power play chances. Gabriel Beaupre had an assist on an early third period goal for the Foreurs. He was credited with four hits in the game. Val-d'Or improves to 23-29-0-4.

WHL

Portland hammers Seattle 7-2. The Winterhawks scored four times in the second period. Portland defenseman, Troy Rutkowski, had an assist on one of the goals scored in the second frame. He was plus two on the night. Calvin Pickard was pulled in the later stages of the second period. He gave up six goals on 31 shots. Portland has won three games in a row. Seattle has now dropped their last two.

NCAA

CCHA

Michigan edges Michigan State in overtime 3-2. Each club registered 35 shots on goal. Luke Moffatt was held to a single shot for the Wolverines; skating on the fourth line. He was penalized for hooking in the third period. Michigan improves to 18-10-4.

ECAC

Cornell doubles up Yale 4-2. The Bulldogs finished 1-8 with the man advantage. Gus Young had a tough evening to go along with his minus three rating. He found himself in the penalty box for cross checking in the second period. With the loss, Yale drops to three games under 0.500.

WCHA

Denver comes back to beat Minnesota in overtime 4-3. The Pioneers sweep the two game set. Nate Condon had a relatively quiet game and finished with a shot on net. Kent Patterson came up with 34 saves for the Gophers. With the sweep, Minnesota has fallen into a tie for 12th place in the PairWise.