Friday Scoreboard


Denver skates past Missouri 4-1. The Cutthroats, who are near the end of a 12 game road trip, have won three of their past five games. Luke Fulghum scored twice for Denver and his former team mate at the University of Denver, Gabe Gauthier, contributed with two assists. Kieran Millan stopped 36 shots and earned second star of the game honors.


Ottawa edges Kingston in a shoot-out 5-4. Joseph Blandisi was involved in a first period fight with Kingston's Jean Dupuy. Blandisi, while not scoring during regulation, had the winning goal in the shoot-out for the 67's. Despite the victory, Ottawa has only won two of their last 10 games. 

Sarnia trims Plymouth 5-4 shoot-out. The Whalers had two power play goals during regulation. One of the power play goals was scored by Garrett Meurs with under five minutes remaining in regulation. It tied the game at four. The tally was the second goal of the night for Meurs, who also scored in the first period. Mitch Heard had two assists for the Whalers, but the club fell in the shootout 1-0 to the Sting. Meurs was named the second star of the game. 


Kamloops scores three in the first, tops Prince Albert 4-1. The teams combined to go 0-10 on the power play. Colin Smith notched his 31st goal of the season just 35 seconds into the contest. Smith would score again later in the first period and also assisted on a JC Lipon tally. He was named the first star of the game. The Blazers have won back-to-back games.

Everett scores twice in the third, comes back to beat Prince George 3-2. Troy Bourke recorded his eighth goal of the season; tying the game at one in the second period. He was the third star of the game. Kohl Bauml scored twice for the Silvertips. The Cougars have lost three straight.



Western Michigan upends Michigan 3-2. Luke Moffatt was held without a shot on goal for the Wolverines. Mike Leone had two assists for the Broncos. Colton Hargrove had the winning tally for Western Michigan in the second period. Michigan falls to 5-12-2 in the conference. 


Yale trips up Cornell in overtime 3-2. Gus Young had one shot on goal for the Bulldogs. Brian Ferlin opened the scoring for the Big Red less than two minutes into the contest. Stu Wilson scored the game winner for Yale in the overtime session. It was his second goal of the game.


Minnesota State stuns Minnesota 2-1. Brett Knowles had the game winning tally for the Mavericks with just 44 seconds left in the third period. It was just his second goal of the season. Nate Condon had four shots in the game for the Gophers and did have an assist on the lone tally for Minnesota. Minnesota suffered just their fourth loss of the season.