For games scheduled on January 3, 2014.
Lake Erie doubles up Milwaukee 4-2. The Monsters defense held the Admirals to 14 shots. Andrew Agozzino (8) opened the scoring for Lake Erie early in the first period. Matt Hunwick gave the Monsters a two goal lead a few minutes later with his sixth goal of the season. Bryan Rodney would get Milwaukee on the board before the close of the period.
In the second period, the Monsters power play got to work. Mark Olver recorded goal number eight on the year. The Admirals would pull within one in the late stages of the second frame. An empty net marker by Brett Clark would seal the victory for Lake Erie. Calvin Pickard made 12 saves.
Denver scores twice in the second period to upend Tulsa 4-2. Kent Patterson had a sparking performance with 36 saves for the Cutthroats. TJ Fox had a goal and an assist and Vincent Arseneau notched two goals for Denver. The Cutthroats were effective on their power play; scoring on three out of five opportunities.
Kingston thumps Peterborough 9-0. Samuel Schutt had a hat trick for the Frontenacs. Loren Ulett, Evan McEneny, and Spencer Watson each had three helpers. Michael Clarke was minus two for the losing Petes. Matt Mahalak stopped 23 shots to earn the shutout.
London hammers Mississauga 7-1. Spencer Martin allowed six goals on 27 shots. He was pulled after the second period. Ryan Rupert and Chris Tierney combined for five goals for the Knights.
Windsor skates past Ottawa 4-1. The Spitfires were 2-5 on the power play. Joseph Blandisi was even for the game. Brady Vail scored twice for Windsor and added two assists. Ottawa finished 0-6 with the man advantage.
Prince George dumps Kamloops 9-5. Todd Fiddler and Klarc Wilson each had a hat trick for the Cougars. Troy Bourke opened the scoring with his 14th goal of the season. He added three assists. Joe Kornelsen had two markers for the Blazers.
Kelowna falls to Vancouver 4-2. The Giants scored three times in the second period. Mason Geertsen was plus one for Vancouver. Jackson Houck was the number one star of the game with a hat trick effort. He scored twice within a 90 second span in the second period.
Colgate and Minnesota skate to a 2-2 tie. The Raiders earn the victory with a 2-1 shoot-out win. Nate Condon finished with two shots in the game and was minus one. He was penalized for hooking and goaltender interference in the third period.