Friday Scoreboard - 01/15/2016


Milwaukee 3 - San Antonio 0

The short-handed Rampage could only muster up 19 shots against the Admirals on Friday evening. Roman Will faced the onslaught, stopping 31 shots in the loss. Maxim Noreau led San Antonio in shots with three.


Fort Wayne 5 - Orlando 2

Orlando got on the board first, but the Komets quickly took over the game. Garrett Meurs notched his 9th goal of the season in the opening period.


Kitchener 5 - Mississauga 3

Adam Mascherin scored twice for the Rangers in the victory. Nick Magyar was minus one and had three shots in the game. The Rangers had two power play goals in the contest.


Val-d'Or 2 - Victoriaville 1

Anthony Beauregard assisted on both goals for the Foreurs. Alexis Pepin had one hit in the game and was called for a boarding major late in the third period. He was also issued a game misconduct.

Rouyn-Noranda 2 - Rimouski 1

All three goals in this tight contest were scored in the final period. JC Beaudin returned to the lineup for the Huskies; stuggled a bit in the face-off circle winning only two of eight opportunities. AJ Greer and Julien Nantel each assisted on Timo Meier's 15th goal of the season.


Swift Current 7 - Calgary 4

Two goals a piece for the Broncos by Lane Pederson and Jon Martin. Gustav Olhaver was minus one.

Brandon 4 - Red Deer 0

Conner Bleackley did not have a shot in the game and was minus one for the Rebels. Jayce Hawryluk assisted on two markers for the Wheat Kings.


Big Ten

Michigan 5 - Ohio State 5 - F/OT

Mason Jobst had a goal and three assists for the Buckeyes. JT Compher got on the scoresheet in the third period with an assist and a goal (6) that was scored off the back of the goaltender. Ohio State won the shoot-out 3-2 in nine rounds.


St. Cloud State 3 - Minnesota Duluth 1

Kalle Kossila had a goal and an assist for the Huskies. His goal was the winning tally. Ben Storm assisted on a third period goal for SCSU.


Denver 5 - Western Michigan 3

Two goals for Ottawa Senators prospect Quentin Shore helped propel the Pioneers to victory. Will Butcher was on the ice for both power play goals scored by the Broncos. He was held without a shot in the game.