For games scheduled on October 12, 2013.
Lake Erie skates past Rockford 5-1. The Monsters earned their second win of the season. Defenseman Karl Stollery opened the scoring for Lake Erie early in the first with his first marker of the season. Andrew Agozzino (1) gave the Monsters a 2-0 lead with a power play goal past the midway point of the opening period.
JT Wyman (1) made it 3-0 in the second period to continue the offensive flow for the Monsters. Mark Olver (2) tacked on another goal with a power play tally late in the same period.
The IceHogs got on the board in the early stages of the third period on the power play. Bryan Lerg (4) capped off the scoring for Lake Erie with an empty net short-handed goal. Sami Aittokallio was sharp for the Monsters; making 30 saves and earned his first win of the season. He was named the second star of the game.
Agozzino, who added two helpers, garnered first star of the game honors. Stollery was the third star. The announced attendance was 5,611 at Quicken Loans Arena.
Rapid City doubles up Denver 4-2. Kieran Millan started the game for the Cutthroats and made 24 saves before leaving the crease for Kent Patterson . Patterson was saddled with the loss after allowing two goals on nine shots. Michael Trebish and Daniel Barnes had the goals for Denver.
Mississauga trims Barrie 2-1. Spencer Martin stopped 36 shots for the Steelheads. He has five wins on the season. The teams combined to go 0-6 on the power play. Sean Day was credited with the winning goal early in the third period. Martin was named the first star of the game.
Owen Sound shuts down North Bay 1-0. Cameron Brace scored the only goal of the game at the 58 second mark of the third period. Chris Bigras helped to kill off two power play opportunities. Brandon Hope stopped 36 shots for the Attack.
Vancouver falls to Swift Current 5-2. The Giants had a 2-0 lead after the first period before the Broncos responded with five unanswered goals. Mason Geertsen was hit with a 10-minute misconduct penalty late in the first period. Julius Honka had a goal and two assists for the Broncos.
Prince George trips up Everett in overtime 4-3. Chase Witala had two goals in regulation for the Cougars. Troy Bourke had the primary assist on the overtime marker by Brad Morrison. The Silvertips had 29 shots in the game and were not awarded a power play opportunity in the contest.
Denver blanks Merrimack 4-0; sweeps series. The Pioneers and Warriors each had 28 shots in the game, but Denver was more efficient on their opportunities. Will Butcher recorded his first collegiate goal on the power play in the second period. Goaltender Sam Brittain had back-to-back shutouts as he started both games for Denver this past weekend.
Michigan tops RIT 7-4. The Wolverines opened the game with four goals in the first period. Luke Moffatt had four shots on goal for Michigan. He did have an assist on a third period goal for the Wolverines. The offensive output for Michigan was spread throughout their lineup. Phil Di Giuseppe had two goals and a helper for the winning squad.
Bemidji State and St. Cloud State skate to a 2-2 tie; Beavers win shoot-out 3-2 (five rounds). Ben Storm had one shot on goal for the Huskies. Nic Dowd scored a power play goal near the midway point of the third period to tie the game at two for SCSU.
Ice Breaker Tournament (Minneapolis, MN)
Minnesota nips New Hampshire 3-2; wins the Ice Breaker Tournament. Both goals for the Wildcats came on the man advantage. Nate Condon had a couple of shots in the contest. Vinni Lettieri had the winning goal for the Gophers late in the second period.