Friday Scoreboard - 01/29/2016


San Antonio 2 - San Jose 1

Dennis Everberg supplied both goals for the Rampage in a hard fought one goal win. Roman Will, who was up with the Avalanche recently, stopped 29 shots. Reid Petryk assisted on both markers.


Fort Wayne 4 - Cincinnati 1

Mike Embach opened the scoring with two goals in the first period for the Komets. Garrett Meurs was even for the game. Mason Geertsen had one shot on goal.


North Bay 4 - Guelph 0

Mathew Santos scored twice and added an assist for the Battalion. Kyle Wood assisted on one of the goals scored by Santos and finished plus three.

Kitchener 2 - Windsor 0

Jeremy Bracco and Connor Bunnaman had the goals for the Rangers. Nick Magyar had one shot in the game.


Gatineau 2 - Blainville-Boisbriand

Nicolas Meloche was on the ice for the lone Armada goal. Yakov Trenin and Tristen Elie had the third period goals in the comeback win for the Olympiques.

Val-d'Or 11 - Baie-Comeau 2

Baie-Comeau had a lead late in the first period before they fell under a barrage of goals by the Foreurs. Alexis Pepin had two shots in the game and served two minor penalties. Nathan Tremblay had a hat trick for Val-d'Or. Nicolas Aube-Kubel and Francois Beauchemin had five and six points respectively for the Foreurs.



Miami 3 - Denver 1

The RedHawks were dangerous on the power play in the game; scoring on two of five opportunities. For Denver, the lone goal was scored by Danton Heinen (10), who has been on a hot streak as of late. Will Butcher had two shots in the game.