Saturday Scoreboard - 11/14/2015


Quebec 6 - Baie-Comeau 2

The Remparts were propelled offensively thanks in part to a four point game by Dmytro Timashov. Nicolas Meloche was credited with a power play assist for the Drakkar in the third period.

Chicoutimi 5 - Drummondville 1

Jonathan Bourcier had a hat trick for the Sagueneens. Sergei Boikov was credited with two hits and three shots in the game.

Val-d'Or 5 - Rimouski 4

The Foreurs secured the win with two goals past the midway point of the third period. Alexis Pepin scored the game winning marker; his sixth goal of the season.


Seattle 3 - Victoria 1

Mathew Barzal had a goal and helper for the victorious Thunderbirds. Gustav Olhaver was even for the game.


(Hockey East)

Boston University 3 - Providence 3

The Terriers scored three times in the third period after falling behind by two goals. Yet, the Friars battled back; tying the game on the power play. AJ Greer had one shot in the game.


St. Cloud State 11 - Western Michigan 1

No, that score is not a typo. The Huskies scored 11 goals on 45 shots. Few players on the SCSU squad did not record a point. Joey Benik scored four goals and David Morley had a goal and four assists. Ben Storm got in on the action with a goal and an assist. Four of the Huskies goals came on the power play.

Minnesota Duluth 1 - Denver 1 - F/OT

The Bulldogs earned the extra conference point by scoring in the 3-on-3 overtime session. After Adam Plant (1) scored for the Pioneers in the opening period, the club held on to the lead thanks to some crafty goaltending by Tanner Jaillet. The Bulldogs would eventually beat Jaillet in the third period. Will Butcher had one shot in the game.