Saturday Scoreboard - 11/28/2015


San Antonio 4 - Chicago 1

The Rampage got back to their winning ways thanks to a three goal outburst in the third period. Maxim Noreau scored a power play goal in the first following a Chicago goal earlier in the period.

After a scoreless second, Denis Everberg (4) and Trevor Cheek (2) scored within a span of 3:04. Colin Smith (7) sealed the win with an empty net tally.

Calvin Pickard stopped 24 shots for the Rampage. With two assists, Nikita Zadorov was named first star of the game.


Fort Wayne 1 - Toledo 0

Cody Corbett had the lone goal in the game. He scored on the power play in overtime for the Komets. Spencer Martin made 16 saves for Fort Wayne.


Rimouski 5 - Baie-Comeau 3

Baie-Comeau enjoyed a brief lead early in the third period before the Oceanic scored three unanswered goals. Nicolas Meloche scored his seventh goal of the season in the second period.

Val-d'Or 4 - Acadie-Bathurst 0

Alexis Pepin assisted on a third period goal. Acadie-Bathurst was held to just 16 shots in the game.


Red Deer 2 - Regina 1

Conner Bleackley scored a power play goal in the second period, which turned out to be the game winner. Shots were 39-19 in favor of the Rebels.

Moose Jaw 3 - Seattle 2 - F/OT

Noah Gregor scored twice for the Warriors, including the overtime winner. Gustav Olhaver was assessed a holding the stick minor in the second period.


(Red Hot Hockey at Madison Square Garden)

Boston University 3 - Cornell 3

AJ Greer finally notched his first goal of the season and added an assist. BU won the shoot-out 3-2. Greer was named the first star of the game.


Michigan 1 - Dartmouth 1

Shots were 38-36 for the Wolverines and the clubs combined to go 0-10 on the power play. JT Compher had two shots in the game. He was assessed two minor penalties late in the third. Michigan won the shoot-out 1-0.