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CHL Game Night: 10/19

Strong nights by the usual suspects in the WHL.

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NCAA Game Night: 10/19

#6 Michigan 3 @ Northern Michigan 1

Kevin Quick - Defense - Michigan 0-0-0 Even, 0 PIM

Quick recorded one shot on net in Michigan's (2-1-0) 3-1 win over Northern Michigan(1-2-0). The Wolverines outshot the Wildcats 30-14. The two teams face each other tonight again in Marquette, Mich.

UMASS-Lowell 2 @ #15 Massachusetts 2

John Wessbecker Defense - UMASS 0-0-0 Even, 0 PIM

UMASS (1-1-1) plays to a tie against in-state and Hockey East rival UMASS-Lowell (0-0-1) to open their conference play. The Minutemen host Connecticut (1-0-0) tonight in a non-conference match-up.

Thursday's Superleague Scores

Sorry these are belated...

Albert Vishnyakov did not play in Spartak's 1-0 loss to Yaroslavl.

Evgeny Artyukhin had 2 goals in Omsk's 3-2 overtime win over Cherepovets. Alexei Glukhov was scoreless in the match for Severstal.

Dimitri Kazionov was scoreless in Kazan's 3-2 loss to Novokuznetsk. His younger brother Denis did not play for Novokuznetsk.

Anton But was scoreless in a wild 7-4 St. Petersburg win against Chekhov.

AHL Game Night 10/19: Senators at Admirals

That was an awesome home opener. That was a great indoctrination into what the Norfolk fan base is all about.

BIN-1
NOR-5

Ryan Munce had a relatively light night stopping 17 of 18 for the win. That did include stopping a breakaway and a handful of other dangerous chances, but for the most part Norfolk's defense kept Binghamton from getting any puck possession and when they did they were kept out to the perimeter.

First Period
NOR Mihalik, (1) (Kvapil, Wanvig), 4:49

Second Period
NOR Milley, (1) (Klinkhammer, Taylor), 3:25
NOR Stewart, (1) (Collymore), 11:13 (SH)
BNG Bass, (1) (Mauldin, Yablonski), 12:30

Third Period
NOR Wanvig, (3) (Jancevski, Jones), 5:02 (PP)
NOR Taylor, (1) (Leach, Wanvig), 6:52

Norfolk outshot Binghamton 31-18 in the game, and the territorial time felt it was tilted even more in the favor of the Admirals.

So Far, So Good For Darche

(Montreal Gazette)

Mathieu Darche is hoping life begins at 30, a ripe time to become a National Hockey League regular.

Darche has been a minor-league star for years, but the St. Laurent native has never been able to catch on permanently with an NHL club.

He's hoping, almost praying, this year will be different as a third-line winger with the Tampa Bay Lightning.

"As long as I'm here, I don't ask questions," Darche said before last night's faceoff against the Bruins in Boston.

For the rest of the feature, see The Montreal Gazette.

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