Saturday Scoreboard


Rochester out lasts Lake Erie in the shoot-out 4-3. The "epic" shoot-out, which lasted 15 rounds, went to the Amerks 3-2. Eric Hunter and Justin Mercier had the shoot-out goals for the Monsters. Lake Erie is winless in their last two games.

Gerald Coleman started the game for the Monsters and stopped a combined 24 shots in regulation and overtime. Evan Brophey opened the scoring in the first period with his 15th goal of the season. Past the midway point of the second period, Hunter gave Lake Erie a 2-0 lead. 

Rochester took a 3-2 lead on three straight goals. Ryan Stoa tied the game with his 11th marker of the season in the third frame. The Monsters are off until next Friday when they visit Hamilton.

Box Score


Belleville scores twice in the third, comes back to beat London 3-2. Stephen Silas finished with a plus two rating for the Bulls, but no points on the night. The clubs combined to go 0-5 on the power play. Belleville has won back-to-back games.

Plymouth upends Sudbury 4-1. The Wolves had a 43-33 shot advantage. Garrett Meurs scored his 18th goal of the season, which was the empty net tally that put the game away for the Whalers. Plymouth has won two games in a row.


Val-d'Or scores four times in the third period, dumps PEI 7-3. Gabriel Beaupre assisted on a short-handed goal for the Foreurs in the third period. He fired two shots on net and ended the game with a plus two rating. Val-d'Or is 4-5-0-1 in their last 10 games. 


Seattle blanks Everett 3-0. Calvin Pickard stopped all 29 shots he faced. He was named the second star of the game. The Thunderbirds scored a goal in each period. Seattle has won just their third game in their last 10 contests.



Michigan earns the weekend series split, shuts down Bowling Green 3-0. The Wolverines carried a 49-22 shot advantage. Luke Moffatt had a more productive evening than he did on the previous night and recorded three shots on net. He assisted on a third period goal for Michigan. In fact, all three goals for the Wolverines were scored in the third frame. The Wolverines now have 21 wins on the season.


Yale and Quinnipiac skate to a 2-2 tie. Quinnipiac led in shots 42-30 and scored both of their goals on seven power play chances. Gus Young had a plus one rating and two shots on net for the Bulldogs. Yale has reached the 0.500 mark.

Hockey East

Boston College throttles Providence 7-0. Paul Carey did not factor in on the scoring, but did have three shots on goal for the Eagles. BC scored on their lone power play tally, whereas the Friars were 0-5. Boston College improves to 23-10-1 with the victory.

Boston University trips up Vermont in overtime 3-2; earns series sweep. Kieran Millan returned to the Terriers net after having Friday night off. He made 22 saves and earned his 17th win of the season. BU improves to 20-11-1.


Minnesota holds off Nebraska-Omaha 3-2. The Gophers sweep the two-game set. Two of Minnesota's goals came on the power play. Nate Condon was on the ice for both Mavericks scores. He was held to a single shot in the game. Kent Patterson earned his 23rd win of the season. He stopped 27 shots in the game.



Växjö Lakers HC falls to Brynäs IF 2-1. Defenseman Jonas Holos was even for the game, but did not record a shot on net in his 17:05 of ice time.