Friday Scoreboard - 10/30/2015


San Antonio 3 - Ontario 2 - F/OT

After a successful home opener, the Rampage headed back on the road to California to take on the Ontario Reign. A strong performance from Calvin Pickard certainly helped. The netminder stopped 35 of 37 shots he faced.

Zach Redmond (3) and Colin Smith (2) scored for San Antonio in the second and third periods respectively. It was Ben Street (2) who would be the overtime hero for the Rampage.


Indy 4 - Fort Wayne 2

Spencer Martin was in net for all four goals against. Trevor Cheek had four shots and was involved in a fighing incident in the third period.


Cape Breton 6 - Val-d'Or 2

Six different skaters scored for the Screaming Eagles. Alexis Pepin scored one of the two goals for the Foreurs. He has four goals on the season. However, Pepin was given the boot in third period for spearing.

Rouyn-Noranda 5 - Saint John 2

JC Beaudin notched his ninth goal of the season and added two helpers for the Huskies. Julien Nantel served a delay of game penalty in the first period and finished with one hit.

Drummondville 3 - Victoriaville 2

Both Tigres goals were scored on the power play. Sergei Boikov registered a hit and a plus three rating for the Voltigeurs.

Gatineau 3 - Baie-Comeau 2

Nicolas Meloche had five of the 32 shots on goal for the Drakkar. He had a third period power play assist in the loss.


Spokane 3 - Red Deer 1

Spokane scored all three goals in the opening period. Conner Bleackley was minus one for the Rebels.



Boston College 4 - Denver 3

Will Butcher scored his first goal of the season on a power play goal in the later stages of the third period. However, it was heart break for Butcher and the Pioneers as Matthew Gaudreau scored the winning marker with just 36 seconds left in regulation.

(Hockey East)

Merrimack 4 - Boston University 3

AJ Greer finished with zero shots on goal for the Terriers and an even rating. Collin Delia stopped 34 shots in the win for the Warriors.


St. Cloud State 3 - Miami 0

The RedHawks were held to just 15 shots in the game. Ben Storm did not record a shot on goal for the Huskies and finished even for the game. Patrick Newell scored twice for SCSU.


Michigan 5 - Robert Morris 3

The Wolverines scored twice on the power play. JT Compher scored his first goal of the season; an unassisted marker in the second period.