Sunday Scoreboard


Rochester doubles up Lake Erie 4-2. The Monsters have dropped their last two games and now find themselves in ninth place in the Western Conference. Sami Aittokallio made his first start since January 26th for the Monsters stopping 22 shots. Calvin Pickard was an emergency recall to the Avalanche prior to the game.

The Americans had a 4-0 lead before Andrew Agozzino (14) and Luke Walker (7) got on the board for the Monsters in the third period. Maxime Legault scored twice for the visitors and was named first star of the game. The Monsters are now losers of eight of their last 10 games.

Box Score


Brampton drops Ottawa 4-2. Zach Bell had two helpers for the Battalion. Joseph Blandisi had one of the two goals for the 67's. His tally was a short-handed marker that occurred in the second period. Blandisi has 13 goals on the season. Ottawa is winless in nine.

Plymouth blanks Mississauga 5-0. Mitchell Heard notched his 10th goal of the season in the opening frame. He added his second goal of the afternoon late in the second period. Garrett Meurs assisted on one of Heard's tallies and was involved in a fight in the middle frame. He spent another two minutes in the penalty box in the third for interference. Heard was named the first star of the game. The Whalers have won three games in a row.

Sault Ste Marie shuts down Peterborough 4-0. The Greyhounds received goals from four different skaters. Power play opportunities in the game were limited to four; in which Sault Ste Marie was 0-1. Michael Clarke was minus one for the Petes. His club has dropped back-to-back games.


Moose Jaw stuns Saskatoon in overtime 5-4. After falling behind 4-0, the Warriors scored four times in the final period to tie the game. Brayden Point was a huge factor in the come back with two goals and two assists. Duncan Siemens scored his third goal of the season in the first frame. It was his first goal since February 12th. Tanner Eberle had the winning tally just 45 seconds into the overtime session. Saskatoon's winning streak ends at 18 games.

Kamloops holds Kelowna to 19 shots, beats the Rockets 3-0. Colin Smith in a rare event this season, was held off the score sheet. JC Lipon scored all three goals for the Blazers and now has 34 on the season. Kamloops has won three in a row.