San Antonio Rampage
The San Antonio Rampage (7-2-1-0) played the Iowa Wild on Thursday and Friday at Wells Fargo Arena and the split the back-to-back set.
The Iowa Wild had a 1-0 lead after the first 20 minutes of the first contest. After a scoreless second frame, Jesse Graham finished a pass from Trent Vogelhuber to tie the game for the Rampage 9:13 into the third.
The Silver and Black took a 2-1 advantage as Andrew Agozzino recorded his 100th professional goal with assists from David Warsofsky and Reid Petryk. Iowa forced the match into extra time and proceeded to score the game winner 2:30 into the overtime period. San Antonio had 40 shots on goal in the 3-2 overtime loss and Spencer Martin recorded 29 saves on 32 shots in the crease.
On Friday, the Rampage defeated Iowa 4-2 after it got on the board first as Felix Girard rebounded a shot from Nicolas Meloche in front of the net. With an assist on the goal, Meloche notched his first point of the 2017-18 season. Julien Nantel found the back of the net for the first time this campaign to extend the lead with assists from Petryk and Meloche. The helper extended Petryk's point streak to a season-high six games.
Dominic Toninato found the back of the net in the second after receiving the puck from Mason Geertsen. Trent Vogelhuber secured the game for the Rampage when he hit an empty-net to give San Antonio the victory.
The Colorado Avalanche acquired forward Vladislav Kamenev on Sunday and assigned him to the Rampage. He has collected eight point (three goals, five assists) in 10 games with the Milwaukee Admirals this season, ranking second on the team in points and assists.
Colorado also acquired goaltender Andrew Hammond was has spent the 2017-18 campaign with the Belleveille Senators. He is 2-2-1-1 in seven games this season with a 2.21 goals-against average and a .925 save percentage.
The San Antonio Rampage will hit the road this week for three games in the midwest.
Nov. 8 at Grand Rapids Griffins
Nov. 10 at Rockford IceHogs
Nov. 11 at Chicago Wolves
Colorado Eagles (ECHL)
The Colorado Eagles (7-3-0-0) took on the Idaho Steelheads three times in four days this week. In the first meeting the Eagles were outscored 6-4 and forward J.C. Beaudin recorded a pair of assists in the loss.
The Eagles won 4-3 in overtime on Friday and Beaudin tacked on his ninth assist of the season less than a minute into the extra time to end the game. In the last outing of the week, Beaudin tallied his second goal of the season in Colorado's 7-3 loss to Idaho.
Only down by one after the second intermission, the Eagles gave up four goals in the final 20 minutes for their third loss of the season. Beaudin is on a seven-game point streak and is tied for second on the team in points with 11 (two goals, nine assists) in 10 contests.
Travis Barron (Ottawa 67's): The Ottawa 67's faced the Kingston Frontenacs to start the week on Wednesday and were outscored 5-1. On Friday, the 67's fell again 4-2 to the Barrie Colts and Travis Barron recorded a helper in the loss. Barron then helped the squad turn the week around with a 4-3 win over the Sarnia Sting, registering a pair of helpers in the match. Barron has now registered 16 points (three goals, 13 assists) in 18 contest to help the 67's progress to 10-8-0-1 this campaign.
Conor Timmins (Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds): The Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds snagged three wins in three contests this week to improve to 13-3-0-2. The Greyhounds skated to a 5-4 overtime win against the Sudbury Wolves on Wednesday. Timmins played the first half of the game but then received a game misconduct for kneeing at 14:30 of the second period. He didn't hit the ice with Sault Ste. Marie on Saturday when they outscored the Niagara IceDogs 4-1. Timmins returned to game action on Saturday, when the Greyhounds ended the week with a 3-1 victory over the North Bay Batallion. In 15 games this campaign, Timmins has registered 15 points (one goal, 14 assists).
Josh Anderson (Prince George Cougars): The Prince George Cougars suffered two losses this week. On Wednesday, the Cougars lost 2-1 to the Portland Winterhawks and fell 3-1 to the Everett Silvertips on Friday. Anderson hasn't played since Oct. 6 due to suffering a separated shoulder during the Cougars' contest against the Kelowna Rockets. Before the injury, Anderson played in six games and had two assists on the season.
Nick Henry (Regina Pats): The Regina Pats took home two wins this week, outscoring the Kootenay Ice 5-1 on Wednesday and defeating the Red Deer Rebels 4-3 on Friday. Nick Henry has yet to hit the ice this season as he continues to recover from offseason shoulder surgery, though his status has been upgraded to day-to-day.
Shane Bowers (Boston University): Boston University hosted No. 6 Providence on Friday and No. 15 Northeastern on Saturday. Boston defeated Providence 2-0 on Friday but fell 4-1 on Saturday. Forward Shane Bowers recorded an assist on Saturday and has skated in all 10 games for the Terriers this season. He is fifth in scoring on the team with six points (four goals, two assists) and has a plus-2 rating.
Cale Makar (UMass): UMass fell 3-0 to New Hampshire in their only contest this week after conceding two power-play goals. Cale Makar has hit the ice in all nine games for UMass (4-5-0) this season and has five points (one goal, four assists).
Cam Morrison (Notre Dame): Notre Dame traveled to Ohio State for two contests this week and was victorious in both outings. Cam Morrison tallied a goal in Notre Dame's 4-1 victory over the Buckeyes on Friday. The Irish also outscored Ohio on Saturday, defeating them 3-2 for the two-game sweep. Morrison has six points (three goals, three assists) in 10 games this campaign. Notre Dame (6-3-1) is tied for second in the Big Ten with a conference record of 2-0-0.
Denis Smirnov (Penn State): Penn State split two games with Mercyhurst this weekend. After a 7-4 loss on Friday, Penn State outscored the Lakers 7-5 on Saturday. Denis Smirnov didn't play this weekend but has 11 points (five goals, six assists) in eight contests this season. Penn State (5-5-0) is currently tied for second place in the Big Ten with a 2-2-0 conference record.
Nate Clurman (Tri-City Storm): The Tri-City Storm (8-1-0) took home two road victories this week, both at the Muskegon Lumberjacks. Nate Clurman didn't hit the ice as the Storm outlasted the Lumberjacks in a 3-2 shootout win on Friday. However, he returned to game action on Saturday for a 4-2 win over the Muskegon. Clurman didn't find the score sheet this week but has registered one assist in seven games this campaign.
Nick Leivermann (Penticton Vees): The Penticton Vees (10-5-1-1) fell twice this week starting with a 4-3 loss to the West Kelowna Warriors on Friday. The Vees were then outscored 4-2 on Saturday at home against the Powell River Kings. Nick Leivermann tallied two helpers on Friday and one on Saturday, improving to 13 points (two goal, 11 assists) in 16 contests this campaign.
Igor Shvyrev (Mettallurg Magnitogorsk): Mettallurg Magnitogorsk lost 3-1 to Lada Togliatti on Thursday before prevailing with a 3-2 overtime win over Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg on Saturday. Igor Shvyrev didn't hit the ice with Mettallurg Magnitogorsk this week. Shvyrev has tallied one goal in 12 games this season.
Gustav Olhaver (IK Oskarshamn): On Wednesday, IK Oskarshamn fell 5-3 to MODO. Gustav Olhaver scored to tie the game 3-3 in the third period before the squad conceded two late goals for the loss. On Friday IK Oskarshamn came back with a 4-3 overtime win over HC Vita Hasten. Olhaver has recorded four points (two goals, two assists) in 13 games this season.
Adam Werner (IF Bjorkloven): Adam Werner started between the pipes in all three IF Bjorkloven outings this week. On Wednesday the netminder had 34 saves in a 4-3 victory over Karlskoga. On Saturday, Werner made 29 saves as the team suffered a 2-1 shootout loss to Leksands. IF Bjorkloven won on Monday outscoring Sodertalje 3-2 with 31 shots turned away by Werner. On the season the goaltender has a 2.73 goals against average and .904 save average in 16 contests.
Petr Kvaca (HC Ceske Budejovice): Petr Kvaca was in the crease for HC Ceske Budejovice in both of it's games this week. On Wednesday the club fell 3-1 to HC Frydek-Mistek in which Kvaca made 21 saves. HC Ceske Budejovice came back strong with a 8-0 win over VHK ROBE Vsetin on Saturday. Kvaca stopped the puck 23 times, registering his 10th win and third shutout of the season. The goaltender has a 1.71 goals against average and .922 save percentage in 14 contests this campaign.
Maximilian Pajpach (HK Michalovce): Pajpach has a 2.73 goals-against average and .912 save percentage in seven games this season.