Saturday Scoreboard - 01/16/2016


Milwaukee 6 - San Antonio 3

This wasn't a pretty game for the Rampage. By the time San Antonio got on the board, the club was already down by five goals. In the second period, Maxim Noreau (6) found the back of the net for San Antonio. Michael Schumacher (6) and Colin Smith (12) also scored for the Rampage.

Spencer Martin was pulled in the first period after allowing three goals on six shots. Roman Will made 20 saves in relief. The club has dropped their last three games.


Fort Wayne 1 - Rapid City 0

A scoreless game was finally ended by a Brett Perlini power play goal late in the third period. Garrett Meurs had four shots for the Komets.


Kitchener 7 - Saginaw 4

It's been a tough season offensively for Nick Magyar, but the forward contibuted to the Rangers barrage in the first period with his sixth of the season.

Barrie 5 - North Bay 4 - F/SO

Kyle Wood assisted on both goals scored by Mathew Santos for the Battalion. The Colts won the shoot-out in three rounds 1-0.


Rimouski 4 - Rouyn-Noranda 1

Julien Nantel (17) had the lone marker for the Huskies. AJ Greer was credited with one of the helpers. Antoine Dufort-Plante assisted on two goals for the Oceanic. JC Beaudin did not suit up for the contest and is day-to-day.

Val-d'Or 4 - Sherbrooke 3

The Foreurs stole the game with three third period goals. Anthony Richard had two goals for Val-d'Or. Alexis Pepin earned an assist on a power play goal in the third frame.

Gatineau 7 - Baie-Comeau 2

Seven different skaters scored for the Olympiques. Nicolas Meloche assisted on the final goal scored in the game. He was credited with three hits.


Swift Current 2 - Red Deer 1

Jon Martin had both goals for the Broncos. Gustav Olhaver did not play for Swift Current. Conner Bleackly assisted on the lone goal for the Rebels.



St. Cloud State 1 - Minnesota Duluth 1 - F/OT

The Huskies scored in the 3-on-3 overtime session. Ben Storm did not record a shot in the game. SCSU improves to 18-5-1 overall.

NCHC Western Michigan 2 - Denver 2 - F/OT

The Pioneers gave up a two goal lead. The Broncos would score in the 3-on-3 overtime session. Will Butcher had four shots in the game for Denver. With the disappointing result, the Pioneers sit at 10-7-5.