Friday Scoreboard


San Antonio doubles up Lake Erie 4-2. The Monsters were out shot 42-23 in the game. Jon Rheault scored twice for the Rampage. Both goals for the Monsters came in the second period by Dean Strong (3) and Matt Tassone (1). Former Denver Pioneer, Drew Shore, scored his ninth goal of the season in the third period. It was credited as the game winner.

Calvin Pickard stopped 38 shots in the loss. The Monsters continue their road trip on Saturday in Houston.

Box Score


Denver falls on the road to Arizona 4-2. The Cutthroats were able to tie the game at two early in the third period after falling behind 2-0 in the first. Kieran Millan made 30 saves for Denver. Luke Fulghum and Troy Schwab had the goals for the Cutthroats in the loss.


Plymouth skates past Brampton 4-2. Five of the six goals scored in the game came in the second period. Garrett Meurs assisted on a second period goal for the Whalers. Mitchell Heard also had a second period assist. Brampton was 0-3 on the power play. 

London dumps Ottawa 10-5. The Knights ended the game quickly with six first period goals. Joseph Blandisi was credited with an assist on a power play goal in the second frame for the 67's. He had a high-sticking penalty in the opening period. Six power play goals were scored in the game.

Oshawa edges Peterborough 4-3 in a shoot-out. Michael Clarke had two assists for the Petes in the second period. However, he was unable to convert on his opportunity in the shoot-out. The Generals ended up winning the shoot-out 2-1.


Shawinigan blanks Quebec 4-0. Dillon Donnelly had two shots on goal against his former club and was involved in a fight late in regulation. Marvin Cüpper made 32 saves for the Cataractes.


Red Deer upends Saskatoon 3-1. Duncan Siemens was minus one and found himself in the penalty box for a cross-checking minor in the second period. Yet, he had a solid game overall for his club. The Blades did end the shut out of Patrik Bartosak with under three minutes remaining in regulation.

Prince George holds off Kamloops 1-0. The Cougars were out shot 44-20, but scored the only goal in the second period. Colin Smith was on the ice for the Prince George goal. Troy Bourke was even for the game. Yet, Brett Zarowny was the star of the contest with a 44 save performance for the Cougars.



Alaska-Fairbanks trims Michigan 5-4. The teams combined to score six goals in the second period. Luke Moffatt had one shot in the game for the Wolverines and ended the evening with a minus two rating. Michael Quinn had a goal and an assist for the Nanooks, who improved to 5-7-3 in conference play. Michigan is now five games under 0.500.


Yale tops St. Lawrence 5-3. The Bulldogs scored three times in the final period and the club scored twice on the power play. Gus Young had one shot on goal in the game. Five different skaters scored for Yale in the contest. The club improved to 8-4-3.


Minnesota clips Alaska-Anchorage 4-3. Nick Bjugstad scored twice for the Gophers. Nate Condon did not find the score sheet for Minnesota and ended the night with two shots on net. The Gophers have been hot of late and have improved their record to 15-3-3.