Sunday Scoreboard


Toronto skates past Lake Erie 5-3. The Monsters have lost four straight games and now find themselves in 12th place in the Western Conference. Stefan Elliott would get the Monsters on the board, with his fourth of the season, on the power play early in the second period. The Marlies would quickly take a 3-1 lead with two scores in a span of 4:05 in the middle frame.

Andrew Agozzino (16) pulled the Monsters within one with just four seconds remaining in the second period. It was the Monsters second power play tally of the game. Tyson Barrie (7) would tie the game past the midway point of the third, but Jerry D'Amigo scored his 11th of the season with less than two minutes left in regulation. He would add an empty net goal.

Calvin Pickard took the loss in net for the Monsters. He made 21 saves. Barrie was named the third star of the game. The two clubs will face each other again on Tuesday night in Cleveland.

Box Score


Denver ends their five game losing streak; dumps Bloomington 7-1. Denver scored twice on seven power play chances. AJ Gale and Mikael Bedard each had two goals for the Cutthroats. Denver needs just one point to garner a playoff spot in their innagural season. Kieran Millan made 41 saves and was named the first star of the game.


Peterborough falls to Brampton 5-2 in their regular season finale. The Petes missed the playoffs by a single point. Michael Clarke opened the game's scoring with his 15th tally of the season. Between Windsor and Peterborough, Clarke ended up with 15 goals and 17 assists. Dylan Blujus had two assists in the game for the Battalion. Peterborough finished 5-5 in their last 10 games.

Kingston upends Ottawa 5-1. The 67's finished the regular season with the worst record in the league. Joseph Blandisi was minus one for the game and found himself in the penalty box for slashing and tripping in the first and third periods respectively. Blandisi compiled 15 goals and 36 assists with both Owen Sound and Ottawa. 

Plymouth cruises to their eighth straight win; blanks Windsor 4-0. Mitch Heard served an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty in the first period. Since returning to Plymouth, Heard has 17 goals and 19 assists in 32 games. Garrett Meurs finished the regular season with 32 goals; including one tally in the game. He added 33 assists in 68 games. The Whalers ended the season with the second best record in the Western Conference.