|02-24-2007, 12:40 PM||#26|
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Join Date: Oct 2004
Albany drops Bridgeport 4-3. Tyler Weiman made 29 saves in the win. Antti Laaksonen and Dan DaSilva each scored once and added an assist. Johnny Boychuk and Kyle Cumiskey each had an assist. Dan DaSilva was named the game's second star.
Central Hockey League
Arizona stings Colorado 3-2. David Svagrovsky scored what turned out to be the game winning goal. Ryan Steeves finished even with one shot on goal.
London trips up Sault Ste. Marie in overtime 4-3. Kevin Montgomery assisted on Sam Gagner's first period goal. He was penalized for tripping, twice, in the second period.
Kingston doubles up Peterborough 4-2. Chris Stewart scored twice and was named the game's first star.
Kitchener edges Erie 2-1. Victor Oreskovich finished minus one.
Chilliwack trims Kamloops in overtime 6-5. Raymond Macias scored his 24th goal of the season.
Prince George tops Spokane 5-2. Chris Durand was plus one and assessed a hooking penalty in the first period.
Brandon beats Swift Current 2-1. Codey Burki finished minus one.
Miami dumps Northern Michigan 4-1. Justin Mercier finished plus one. He was penalized for tripping in the second period.
Michigan nips Ohio State 4-3. TJ Hensick scored his 17th goal of the season and added an assist. Hensick was named the third star of the game. Billy Sauer had another solid performance, making 35 saves and increasing his record to 22-11-1. Tom Fritsche recorded two assists, had three shots on net and finished minus one.
Dartmouth thumps Cornell 5-1. David Jones had three assists and was named the game's first star. Mark McCutcheon finished with eight shots on goal.
New Hampshire out lasts Providence 6-4. Brett Hemingway had two assists, registered one shot on goal and finished plus one.
Boston University beats Vermont 3-1. Brandon Yip was plus one for the game.
St. Cloud State hammers Minnesota 5-1. Ryan Stoa did not record a shot and was minus one. Mike Carman had two shots and finished even. He was assessed a slashing minor in the third period. Derek Peltier registered a single shot on net and was minus two. Peltier was also penalized for holding in the first period.
Denver defeats North Dakota in overtime 4-3. All four Denver goals were scored by players from the state of Colorado. An Adrian Viedeman shot, deflected off of JD Corbin's glove and into the back of the net for the game winner. It was Corbin's first game since breaking his leg and suffering ligament damage when he was injured in an October practice. Corbin was named the first star of the game.
Tri-City falls to Waterloo in a shoot-out 4-3. Ian Keserich made 29 saves in regulation and overtime. In the shoot-out, he was only able to stop two of five attempts.