Saturday Scoreboard - 12/05/2015


Saginaw 5 - North Bay 2

Mitchell Stephens had a goal and two assists for the Spirit. Kyle Wood fired six shots on goal for the Battalion. He finished minus one.


Rouyn-Noranda 4 - Moncton 3

Kevin Kilma had two goals for the Wildcats in the loss. Julien Nantel scored goal number 11 on the season in the third period. He assisted on a power play goal in the first. JC Beaudin had one hit in the game and was minus one. Nantel was named the third star of the game.

Victoriaville 4 - Baie-Comeau 2

The Tigres scored three times in the second period. Victoriaville received goals from four different skaters. Nicolas Meloche recorded three shots on goal and one hit in the game for the Drakkar.

Val-d'Or 6 - Halifax 1

Julien Gauthier and Anthony Beauregard each had two goals for the Foreurs. Alexis Pepin was called for a charging penalty late in regulation. He was minus one on the day.


Lethbridge 6 - Red Deer 2

Cory Millette and Justin Guitierrez each had two goals for the Hurricanes. Conner Bleackley found the back of the net for the sixth time this season; scoring one of the two goals for the Rebels.

Seattle 3 - Tri-City 2

Mathew Barzal had two of the goals for the Thunderbirds in the win. Gustav Olhaver was even for the game.


(Hockey East)

Boston University 5 - Vermont 3

The Terriers used three third period goals to help earn the series split. AJ Greer assisted on a second period goal for BU. The Terriers had 51 shots in the game.

(Big Ten)

Michigan 6 - Wisconsin 6 - F/OT

Three players had two goals in the highly entertaining game. JT Compher (3) scored the fifth goal of the game for the Wolverines. He also had an assist. Michigan won the shoot-out 2-0.


Omaha 7 - St. Cloud State 2

The Mavericks scored three times in both the second and third periods. Ben Storm returned to the lineup and finished even for the game.


North Dakota 4 - Denver 0

A tough weekend in Grand Forks ended in a two-game sweep of the Pioneers by the hands of North Dakota. Austin Poganski had two scores for UND. Will Butcher was minus for Denver.