For games scheduled on October 19, 2013.
Denver edges Tulsa in a shoot-out 3-2. The Cutthroats are 2-0 to start the season. Kieran Millan made 36 saves for Denver. The Cutthroats won an epic 18-round shoot-out 3-2. Jean-Philipp Chabot and AJ Gale scored for Denver during regulation.
Erie dumps Ottawa 6-2. The 67's were held to just 16 shots on goal. The Otters scored five times in the second period. Sam Studnicka had both goals for Ottawa. Joseph Blandisi was minus one and was called for a holding penalty early in the third period.
Sudbury trips up Mississauga in overtime 6-5. Spencer Martin started in goal for the Steelheads and gave up all six markers to the Wolves on 50 shots. Nicholas Baptiste and Connor Crisp each had two goals for Sudbury. Martin's record falls to 5-5-1.
Sault Ste. Marie wins a wild game over Peterborough 9-7. Michael Clarke earned an assist on a first period goal for the Petes. Seven different skaters scored for Peterborough. The Greyhounds received two goals each from Andrew Fritsch and Sergey Tolchinsky. Clarke was minus one.
Owen Sound nips Kingston in overtime 5-4. Chris Bigras was credited with a power play assist in the second period. He was minus two and was penalized twice for roughing. Kurtis MacDermid was the overtime hero for the Attack.
Prince George falls to Kelowna 3-2. Troy Bourke assisted on an early first period goal for the Cougars. The Rockets offense earned all three of their goals in the second period. Three power play goals were scored in the game.
Michigan upends New Hampshire in overtime 3-2. Luke Moffatt notched his third goal of the season on a power play in the second period for the Wolverines. The Wildcats would use a power play to tie the game at two in the same frame. Tyler Motte scored the overtime marker for Michigan.
Minnesota thumps Bemidji State 5-1; sweeps two game set. Sam Warning scored twice for the Gophers. Nate Condon assisted on a Justin Kloos third period marker. The Gophers are 4-0 to start the season.
Alaska (Anchorage) bites Denver in overtime 3-2. Denver lost to both Alaska teams in overtime this weekend. The Pioneers were 1-7 with the man advantage. Will Butcher did not record a shot and was on the ice for all three Seawolves goals.
Defending champ Yale overwhelms Ontario IT 9-2. Shots in the game were 51-18 for the Bulldogs. Gus Young had three helpers in the contest. John Hayden had two goals and an assist. Young was named the second star of the game.