Friday Scoreboard - 10/16/2015


San Antonio 3 - Grand Rapids 2

The Rampage scored twice in the third period to comeback and win their first game of the season. Andrew Agozzino scored twice for San Anotonio, including a marker in the crucial third period. Calvin Pickard turned in a solid performance stopping 39 of 41 shots.

Zach Redmond notched his first goal of the season, on the power play, to win the game for the Rampage. Ben Street added two assists. Redmond, Pickard, and Agozzino earned the three star of the game honors.

Up Next: at Grand Rapids


Fort Wayne 5 - Kalamazoo 3

The Komets struck three times in the third period. Trevor Cheek opened the season with a power play goal early in the third period. Garrett Meurs and Cody Corbett were each minus one. Spencer Martin had the night off.


Shawinigan 5 - Drummondville 3

The Cataractes turned the game in their favor with three third period goals. Sergei Boikov was credited with three hits and an assist in the contest for Drummondville.

Quebec 6 - Val-d'Or 3

Charley Graaskamp and Bronson Beaton each scored twice for the Remparts. Alexis Pepin had six hits in the game for the Foreurs; finishing minus two.


Red Deer 3 - Victoria 1

Ivan Nikolishin scored twice for the victorious Rebels. Conner Bleackley, now an alternate captain for Red Deer, was credited with two shots in the game.

Seattle 7 - Kamloops 2

The Thunderbirds received two goals from Keegan Kolesar. Gustav Olhaver fed the puck to Matthew Wedman for his first goal of the season.



US Under-18 Team 7 - Boston University 4

Kieffer Bellows had two goals and an assist for the USNTDP. AJ Greer had a lackadaisical performance, finishing minus three.


Michigan 6 - Mercyhurst 4

Kyle Connor scored twice and added a helper for the Wolverines. JT Compher assisted on the winning marker by Tyler Motte early in the third period.


St. Cloud State 4 - Minnesota State 0

Charlie Lindgren stopped all 30 shots he faced to earn his second win of the season. Ben Storm earned a second period assist for the Huskies.


Denver 4 - Michigan State 2

The Spartans got on the board just 63 seconds into the game. Emil Romig (2) would tie the game for the Pioneers later in the first period. After a scoreless second, Mason Appleton fed Matt DeBlouw to regain the lead for Michigan State.

Matt VanVoorhis tied the game for Denver. Gabe Levin would be the hero for the Pioneers, snapping the puck past Jake Hildebrand at 12:01 of the third. Logan O'Connor sealed the game for DU with an empty net goal. Will Butcher turned in a solid defensive performance and had five shots on net.