Mississauga 1 @ Kingston 4
The IceDogs continue to struggle, losing their third straight game to a team they should beat, this time dropping a 4-1 decision in Kingston. Chris Lawrence scored his 41st goal of the year for Mississauga. He was also minus-1.
Kitchener 5 @ Erie 4
For the second time in a week, Kevin Beech and Erie nearly beat the high-powered Rangers, but Kitchener came back from a 4-3 deficit to beat the Otters 5-4. Beech had stopped 50 of 52 shots in a 2-1 loss in Kitchener just a few days ago. This time, Beech stopped 40 of 45 shots.
Salisbury School 14 - Canterbury School 2
In their final game of the regular season the Knights won their 13th straight and clinched the #1 seed in the west for the New England playoffs. On a sour note, his team put up 14 goals but Lightning prospect Kevin Quick failed to record a point in the blowout.
Salisbury plays host to #4 seed South Kent School from South Kent, Conn. on Wednesday.
#18 Massachuetts 5 - Northeastern 3
John Wessbecker was scoreless and a minus-1 in the win. UMASS heads home to finish out the regular season against #12 Maine next weekend. The series will determine seeding the HEast tournament as both teams are tied for forth in the division with 29 points.
Northern Michigan 4 - #9 Miami 1
Dusty Collins and the Wildcats finished off their up and down season with an impressive win over a ranked team. Collins scored his third goal of the season in the win which turned out to be the game winner. He finished the regular season with three goals and two assists in 36 games played. He also recorded 30 PIM and was a minus-9. Northern Michigan takes on Ohio State in the first round of the CCHA tournament next weekend.
#12 Maine 5 - Merrimack 1
Maine completed the weekend sweep over Merrimack with Saturday's win. Mike Lundin was scoreless and even in both games. Maine concludes their regualr season next weekend with two games at Massachuetts.
You know things are bad when Dennis Packard drops a multi-point game on you.
Jonathan Boutin stopped 20 of 24 in the loss. Philippe Sauve stopped 24 of 24 for the shutout for Providence. Former Lightning prospect Dennis Packard was named first star of the game.
PRO Thompson, (6) (Stuart, Packard), 9:02
PRO DiCasmirro, (7) (Rosa, Zinger), 18:52 (SH)
PRO Packard, (4) (Talbot, Glenn), 16:06
PRO Pelletier, (13) (Trevelyan), 9:10
Game sheet from TheAHL.com.