Friday Scoreboard - 11/06/2015


Chicago 4 - San Antonio 3 - F/OT

The game started well for the Rampage; goals from Maxim Noreau (2) and Borna Rendulic (1) gave the team an early advantage. However, by the end of the second period, the teams were tied at two goals a piece.

Colin Smith (3) gave the Rampage a one goal lead until the Wolves tied the contest with under a minute remaining in regulation. Danny Kristo ended the game in overtime with his fourth goal of the season. Calvin Pickard had 30 saves.


Fort Wayne 4 - Toledo 1

Spencer Martin stopped 28 shots to earn second star of the game honors. Mike Embach led the Komets offensively with a goal and an assist.


Acadie-Bathurst 6 - Baie-Comeau 4

The Titan took control of the game with four goals in the third period. Nicolas Meloche scored his fifth goal of the season in the second period. He assisted on a short-handed goal in the third.

Drummondville 3 - Saint John 2

Sergei Boikov opened the game's scoring with his fourth goal of the season. Michael Carcone was credited with the game winner for the Voltigeurs.


Red Deer 4 - Prince Albert 0

Conner Bleackley had two shots in the game. Rylan Toth made 34 saves to earn the shut-out for the victorious Rebels.

Lethbridge 5 - Seattle 2

The Hurricanes scored twice on the power play. Gustav Olhaver was even on the night. Arvin Atwal and Ryley Lindgren each had a goal and an assist.


(Hockey East)

Boston University 5 - Northeastern 4

Ahti Oksanen had a goal and two helpers for the Terriers. AJ Greer had one shot in the game. All four goals for the Huskies came in the second period.


Denver 4 - Colorado College 3

The Pioneers were looking to bounce back after a weekend in which they dropped games against Boston College and Boston University. Playing the winless Colorado College Tigers would give the club an opportunity to defend the Gold Pan and get back on track.

The teams exchanged goals in the first period; with Evan Janssen notching his first of the season for the Pioneers. Super sophomore Danton Heinen scored his fourth of the season for DU in the second frame. Will Butcher, who was named NCHC Defenseman of the Week, scored in his third straight game. His short-handed marker gave DU a two goal lead.

Snake bitten Trevor Moore finally scored his first of the season; closing out a flurry of scoring for the Pioneers to end the second period. The Tigers would make things interesting with two goals in the third period, but Matt Marcinew sealed the victory for Denver with an empty net marker.