Friday Scoreboard

For games scheduled on October 25, 2013. 


Abbotsford doubles up Lake Erie 4-2. Monsters were out shot 32-24. Ben Street opened the scoring for the Heat in the first period. Joey Hishon  notched his first goal of the season on a feed by Andrew Agozzino  to tie the game at one in the second period. 

The Heat would retake the lead with two second period markers. Bryan Lerg  brought the Monsters within one with an early third period goal. Abbotsford sealed the game with a power play goal a few minutes later.

Sami Aittokallio  made 28 saves. Stefan Elliott  had a team high six shots on goal.

Box Score


Denver skates past Wichita 6-4. Michael Schumacher and Jean-Philipp Chabot each scored twice for Denver. Kent Patterson  stopped 30 of 34 shots for the Cutthroats. The Thunder scored three times on the power play.


Peterborough edges Niagara 3-2. All three goals for the Petes were scored in the second period. Michael Clarke  was minus one for Peterborough. Stephen Nosad had two assists for the Petes.

Owen Sound tops Plymouth 6-4. Cameron Brace and Holden Cook each were credited with two goals for the Attack. Chris Bigras  assisted on one of Brace's goals. He served slashing and unsportsmanlike conduct penalties in the second period. Plymouth finished 2-5 on the power play.

Mississauga blanks Oshawa 4-0. Spencer Martin  earned his first shutout of the season with 40 saves. A couple of Jacobs in Graves and Jammes had goals for the Steelheads. Martin was named the first star of the game.


Prince George trims Calgary 4-3 in a shoot-out. Troy Bourke  assisted on one of Chris Witala's two goals. He was named the second star of the game. The Cougars won the shoot-out 2-1. 

Everett nips Vancouver 6-5. Manraj Hayer had a hat trick for the Silvertips. Mason Geertsen  was minus two. Brett Kulak and Cain Franson each contributed with two markers for Vancouver. Three power play goals were scored in the game.



Denver dumps Niagara 5-1. The Pioneers scored three times on six power play opportunities. Defenseman David Makowski had two of those markers. Will Butcher  was credited with an assist on the second Makowski goal. Sam Brittain stopped 21 shots.

Boston University falls to Michigan 2-1. Luke Moffatt  fired four shots on net for the Wolverines. Alex Guptill was awarded a penalty shot at the 8:46 mark of the third period. He converted on the opportunity, which turned out to be the game winner.

Boston College and Minnesota skate to a 3-3 tie. Michael Sit scored twice for the Eagles. Nate Condon  had three shots in the game. The Eagles won a five-round shoot-out 2-1 at the end of the five minute overtime session. Condon was stopped on his opportunity.

 Liberty Invitational 

Brown scores three times in the third period, upends Yale 4-1. After a scoreless first period, the Bulldogs got on the board with a power play goal in the second period. Gus Young  was credited with the secondary assist. Brown would proceed to score four unanswered goals to the earn the victory.