Saturday Scoreboard - 10/15/2016


Milwaukee 2 - San Antonio 1

In a tight contest, the Rampage scored their lone goal on the power play in the second period. AJ Greer was credited with his first professional goal. Despite the marker, the team struggled overall with the man advantage, failing to capitalize on their other eight opportunities. Jeremy Smith took the loss in goal for San Antonio, stopping 20 shots. Team captain, Joe Whitney, led the team in shots with five.


Rouyn-Noranda 6 - Drummondville 4

Philippe Myers and Martins Dzierkals each had two goals for the Huskies in the win. JC Beaudin notched his third goal of the season in the opening period and added an assist in the third.


North Bay 2 - Ottawa 1

Patrick White had the lone goal for the 67's in the first period. Ottawa held on to the lead until they gave up two goals in the last three minutes of regulation. Travis Barron had four shots in the game and did assist on White's marker.


Prince George 5 - Tri-City 2

Five different skaters scored for the Cougars. The clubs combined to score five goals in the opening period. Josh Anderson was minus one for Prince George.



Minnesota State 6 - St. Cloud State 4

The Huskies fall 0-2 to start the season. The Mavericks took over the game with four second period goals. Ben Storm recorded his first point of the season with an assist on a second period goal for SCSU.

Notre Dame 3 - Minnesota Duluth 1

Dylan Malmquist led the way for the Fighting Irish with a goal and two assists. Cam Morrison was held off the score sheet, but did fire two shots on goal. Notre Dame improves to 3-1-0 with the win.

North Dakota 5 - Rensselaer 2

The Fighting Hawks received a hat trick from Joel Janatuinen to keep the defending champs undefeated. Tyson Jost found the back of the net for the second time on the season. He had a team high seven shots on goal.

Denver 3 - Boston University 1

The Pioneers evened their record to 2-2 on the strength of two goals from freshman Henrik Borgstrom. Will Butcher assisted on the empty net tally that helped seal the game for Denver.