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Saturday Scoreboard - 10/17/2015

AHL

San Antonio 4 - Grand Rapids 0

Calvin Pickard stopped 35 shots to earn his second win and first shutout of the season for the Rampage. Denis Everberg (1), Zach Redmond (2), and Andrew Agozzino (4) all scored for San Antonio in the first period.

Everberg added an emtpy net goal for the Rampage. San Antonio killed off all four Grand Rapids power plays.

Up Next: Stockton (home opener) 10/24

ECHL

Fort Wayne 3 - Kalamazoo 1

Trevor Cheek notched his second goal of the season in the first period. The marker turned out to be the game winner. He was named the first star of the game.

Cody Corbett and Garrett Meurs each had an assist. Spencer Martin sat for the second straight game.

QMJHL

Charlottetown 5 - Baie-Comeau 1

Alexandre Goulet scored twice for the Islanders. Nicolas Meloche was minus two. He was assessed a five-minute major for fighting and a game misconduct in the third period.

Rouyn-Noranda 6 - Quebec 3

Julien Nantel had five shots in the game and was minus one. JC Beaudin had three helpers and two hits. Mathieu Boucher scored twice for the victorious Huskies. Beaudin was named the first star of the game.

WHL

Red Deer 6 - Vancouver 4

Six goals were scored in the final period between the two clubs. Conner Bleackley was a team high plus six and had three assists. He was named the first star of the game.

Seattle 4 - Victoria 2

Matthew Barzal had a goal and two assists. Gustav Olhaver was minus one. Victoria was 0-5 on the power play.

NCAA

(Non-conference)

St. Cloud State 3 - Minnesota State 0

Ben Storm was even for the game. Charlie Lindgren improved to 3-0-0 with 24 saves for St. Cloud State.

(Non-conference)

Boston University 4 - Wisconsin 1

The Badgers were held to 18 shots. AJ Greer fired three shots on net for the Terriers.

(Non-conference)

Denver 3 - Michigan State 0

Matt Marcinew scored twice for Denver. The defensive effort of the Pioneers held the Spartans to 16 shots. Will Butcher had two shots and was plus one. The two-game sweep improves Denver to 3-1-0.