Julien Nantel got the Rampage on the board early in the first period when he found the back of the net to capitalize on a forced turnover in the Griffins zone. Vladislav Kamenev recorded his first point with the Rampage when he assisted on Andrew Agozzino's goal four minutes later.
Nantel tallied his second goal of the match in the second frame, earning his first multiple-goal game of his AHL career. Duncan Siemens had one helper and Dominic Toninato registered two assists in the contest.
The Rampage came back with a 6-0 win over the Rockford IceHogs on Friday. San Antonio goaltender Spencer Martin made 39 saves in his sixth career shutout and the Silver and Black tallied four power-play goals in the victory.
David Warsofsky scored his first marker of the season and Andrew Agozzino recorded a power-play goal, his third goal during a man advantage this campaign. Mason Geertsen tallied his second goal of the season to make it 5-0 after two frames and Reid Petryk added a sixth and final tally for the Rampage in the third period. Vladislav Kamenev had three assists in the game, while Warsofsky, Jesse Graham and Felix Girard each picked up one helper.
San Antonio closed out the week with 2-1 win over the Chicago Wolves. Tied at one after the first frame, both teams went scoreless through the middle period until Warsofsky found an open Agozzino in front of the net for the game-winning goal in the final stanza. Martin had 34 saves and tallied his sixth win of the campaign.
Martin has started between the pipes in eight games this season and has a 1.93 goals against average and .934 save percentage. The AHL announced Monday that the goaltender has been selected as the CCM/AHL Player of the Week. Martin stopped 73 of the 74 shots he faced during two starts last week to help the Rampage to back-to-back road wins. He posted a 0.50 goals-against average and .986 save percentage in those two contests.
Agozzino has registered 12 points (six points, six assists) this campaign and is tied with newly acquired Kamenev for the lead in team scoring.
Nov. 14 vs. Grand Rapids Griffins
Nov. 15 at Texas Stars
Nov. 18 vs. Texas Stars
The Colorado Eagles fell once in regulation and twice in overtime this past week. The Eagles lost 4-3 to the Fort Wayne Komets on Wednesday. Both teams tallied a power-play goal, a short-handed goal and a marker at even strength before the Komets scored the game-winning tally. J.C. Beaudin did not find the scoresheet, ending his point streak at seven games.
On Friday, Colorado held a 3-0 lead over the Rapid City Rush in the third frame but conceded three goals in less than five minutes to force the game into overtime. The Rush found the back of the net for a fourth time in the extra stanza for the victory.
The Eagles fell to the Rush in overtime again the following night, 3-2 in their third outing of the week.
Netminder Joe Cannata was not with the Eagles last week as he was in Stockholm, Sweden, with the Avalanche as a backup goalie for the NHL Global Series.
Travis Barron (Ottawa 67's): Travis Barron tallied two markers on Friday in the Ottawa 67's 5-3 victory over the Oshawa Generals. In the second outing of the week, the 67's outscored the Generals 6-2. Barron registered a helper in the victory. Barron is second on the team in scoring with 19 points (five goals, 14 assists) in 20 contests this season.
Conor Timmins (Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds): Conor Timmins recorded a helper on Friday as the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds defeated the Sarnia Sting 4-3 in overtime. On Saturday, the Greyhounds outscored the Flint Firebirds 8-2 and improved to 15-3-2-0 on the campaign. Conor Timmins tallied a power-play goal in the win, his second marker of the 2017-18 campaign. Timmins has 17 points in as many games and is tied for seventh in scoring among league defensemen.
Nick Henry (Regina Pats): Nick Henry hit the ice with the Regina Pats for the first time this season as he has now recovered from an offseason shoulder surgery. Henry recorded six shots on goal in the Pats' 3-2 loss to the Moose Jaw Warriors on Friday. Regina lost to the Warriors again on Sunday, falling 3-1.
Josh Anderson (Prince George Cougars): The Prince George Cougars defeated the Everett Silvertips 4-3 in a shootout on Friday before suffering a 4-0 loss in its second outing against the Silvertips on Saturday. Anderson hasn't played since he suffered a separated shoulder on Oct. 6 versus the Kelowna Rockets. Before the injury, Anderson played in six games and had two assists on the season.
Shane Bowers (Boston University): After a 6-1 loss to Northeastern on Friday, Boston University came back with a 4-0 win over New Hampshire on Saturday. Forward Shane Bowers didn't find the scoresheet in either contest. He has hit the ice in all 12 contests this season and is sixth in team scoring with six points (four goals, two assists).
Cale Makar (UMass): UMass went 1-1 against Providence last weekend to extend its overall record to 5-6-0. On Thursday, Cale Makar helped the squad to a 5-2 victory by registering his fifth helper of the season. UMass then suffered a 7-2 loss to the Friars on Saturday. Makar has six points (one goal, five assists) in 11 games.
Cam Morrison (Notre Dame): Notre Dame (8-3-1 overall) improved to 4-0 in conference games after two victories over Penn State and currently sits in first place in the Big Ten. Cam Morrison hit the ice with the Irish for a 5-3 victory on Friday but didn't find the scoresheet. Notre Dame got its second victory of the week by outscoring Penn State 1-0 on Saturday. Morrison has registered three goals and three assists in 12 contests this campaign.
Denis Smirnov (Penn State): Denis Smirnov will be out for a few weeks with an undisclosed injury, Penn State head coach Guy Gadowsky said on Nov. 7. With Smirnov out of the lineup, Penn State (5-7-0) suffered two conference losses to Notre Dame, leaving them with a 2-4 record within the Big Ten. Penn State fell 5-3 on Friday and then 1-0 on Saturday. Smirnov is second on the team in scoring with 11 points (five goals, six assists) in eight contests.
Nate Clurman (Tri-City Storm): The Tri-City Storm split two games with the Waterloo Black Hawks last week. After falling 1-0 to the Black Hawks on Friday, the Storm came back with a 1-0 victory on Saturday. Nate Clurman didn't find the scoresheet in the second contest, but he did serve 15 penalty minutes after a fight and misconduct late in the second period. In nine games this campaign, Clurman has recorded one assist.
Nick Leivermann (Penticton Vees): The Penticton Vees are now 11-5-2-1 after a home-and-home series against the Vernon Vipers. On Friday, Penticton tied the Vernon 2-2 after two scoreless overtime periods. On Saturday, the Vees outscored the Vipers 4-1 in a game that Leivermann registered a helper on the first goal of the contest. Leivermann is second in team scoring with 15 points (two goals, 13 assists) after 18 contests.
Igor Shvyrev (Mettallurg Magnitogorsk): Mettallurg Magnitogorsk didn't have any contests this last week. Igor Shvyrev has tallied one goal in 12 games this campaign.
Gustav Olhaver (IK Oskarshamn): IK Oskarshamn fell 4-3 to IK Panther on Tuesday. Gustav Olhaver registered his third helper of the season and received two penalty minutes in the contest. On Saturday, the squad came back with a 5-1 victory over Almtuna IS. Olhaver has five points (two goals, three assists) in 15 games this campaign.
Adam Werner (IF Bjorkloven): Adam Werner turned away 29 shots in IF Bjorkloven's 5-2 victory over Troy/Ljundy on Friday. The netminder has a 9-7-0 record, 2.69 goals against average and .906 save percentage in 17 matches on the season.
Petr Kvaca (HC Ceske Budejovice): HC Ceske Budejovice didn't have any games this week. Kvaca has a 10-4 record, 1.71 goals against average and .922 save percentage in 14 contests this campaign.
Maximilian Pajpach (HK Spisska Nova Ves): Pajpach has played in 11 games for Spisska Nova Ves in Slovakia's second-tier pro league, registering a 3.03 goals-against average and .898 save percentage. He has also appeared in 10 games for HK Michalovce in the league, putting together a 3.47 goals-against average and .889 save percentage.