Friday Scoreboard - 11/27/2015


North Bay 6 - Niagara 1

Six different skaters scored for the Battalion. Zach Shankar had three assists for North Bay. Kyle Wood had two shots in the game and was plus two on the evening.

Kitchener 3 - Barrie 1

Nick Magyar recorded two shots in the game. All the scoring in the contest came in the final period. Jeremy Bracco notched a goal and an assist.


Rimouski 2 - Baie-Comeau 1 - F/SO

Samuel Laberge and Matteo Pietroniro had the goals in regulation for Rimouski and Baie-Comeau respectively. Nicolas Meloche was credited with a hit and five shots in the game. The Oceanic won the shoot-out 1-0.

Rouyn-Noranda 7 - Acadie-Bathurst 4

Alexandre Fortin had a four point game for the Huskies. JC Beaudin had two helpers for Rouyn-Noranda. Julin Nantel also contributed with two assists in the victory for the Huskies; both on the power play. He was named the third star of the game.

Val-d'Or 9 - Drummondville 2

The Foreurs broke out in the second period with five goals. Two of those goals belonged to Alexis Pepin. Anthony Richard and Nicolas Aube-Kebel also had two goals for Val-d'Or. Sergei Boikov assisted on a first period goal for Drummondville. Pepin was named the third star of the game.


Red Deer 6 - Medicine Hat 4

Conner Bleackley scored his third goal of the season in the final period. Brandon Hagel had a goal and an assist for the Rebels. Red Deer recorded two power play goals in the contest.

Seattle 5 - Vancouver 3

The Thunderbirds struck three times in the second period. Mathew Barzal had four helpers for Seattle. Gustav Olhaver was penalized for roughing in the opening frame.



St. Cloud State 3 - Minnesota 2

David Morley had a goal and two assists for the Huskies. Ben Storm finished minus one with one shot on goal. Leon Bristedt and Jake Bischoff scored for the Gophers.


Michigan 7 - Dartmouth 0

The Wolverines converted on four of six power play opportunities. JT Compher was called for an early tripping penalty, but would contribute with three assists in the first period. Tyler Motte and Zach Werenski each had two goals for Michigan. Compher was named the third star of the game.