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Saturday Scoreboard - 10/31/2015

AHL

San Antonio 2 - Ontario 1 - F/OT

While the parent club may be struggling putting wins together, the same cannot be said for the Avs AHL affiliate. Another strong performance from Calvin Pickard and a timely overtime goal from Ben Street (3) helped the club earn their fifth win of the season.

Andrew Agozzino (5) had the other goal for the Rampage. Up Next: Tuesday @ San Diego.

ECHL

Cincinnati 5 - Fort Wayne 1

Eric Robinson had two goals for the Cyclones. Garrett Meurs had the lone marker for the Komets; his first of the season.

QMJHL

Shawinigan 7 - Baie-Comeau 4

Giovanni Fiore, Alexis D'Aoust, and Anthony Beauvillier each scored twice for the Cataractes. Nicolas Meloche was credited with a power play assist in the third period for Baie-Comeau.

WHL

Seattle 5 - Kootenay 2

Ryan Gropp struck twice in the game for Seattle. Gustav Olhaver finished even. Each team scored two power play goals.

NCAA

(Non-conference)

Robert Morris 4 - Michigan 0

JT Compher had two shots in the game for the Wolverines. Dalton Izyk earned first star of the game honors by turning away all 34 shots he faced for Robert Morris.

(Non-conference)

Boston University 5 - Denver 4 - F/OT

It was heart break city again for the Pioneers. Down two goals entering the third period, Denver managed to tie the game on goals by Troy Terry and Quentin Shore. Yet, the Terriers would end things quickly after regulation; scoring just 21 seconds into the overtime session. Will Butcher recorded his second goal of the season and added two assists. He was named the second star of the game. AJ Greer had an opening period assist for BU.

(NCHC)

St. Cloud State 3 - Miami 1

All three goals for the Huskies came in the second period. Ben Storm did not record a shot on goal and finished the game even. Charlie Lindgren made 33 saves for the Huskies.