11/21 Recap: Brennan sinks three-pointer; Eidsness strong again

T.J. Brennan (+1) piled up three assists for Montreal in their 8-2 trouncing of Quebec. Luke Adam added an assist for the Juniors, while Angelo Esposito (ATL) and Nick Layton paced the winners with a hat trick each. J.S. Allard finished -1 for Quebec in the loss. Tyler Myers (+2) scored a goal in Kelowna's 7-3 beatdown on Prince George. The goal, his third of the season, came in the first period when he beat Cougars goaltender Kevin Armstrong with a low, hard shot to put Kelowna up 3-0. The 6'7 Myers also dropped the gloves for the fourth time this season, earning the major after a third period scrap with Brian Matte. In Lethbridge, Tyler Ennis was held pointless as Medicine Hat edged the Hurricanes, 2-1. The Edmonton native saw his five-game point streak snapped in the win. Jordon Southorn skated even in PEI's 4-3 shootout win over Val-d'Or. Jacob Lagacé (-1) had a productive five shots on goal as Chicoutimi lost to Rouyn-Noranda, 3-2. A night after skating for Team OHL in the ADT Canada-Russia Challenge, Nick Crawford played even as Saginaw defeated Sudbury, 3-2. Brad Eidsness made 33 saves in #15 North Dakota's 2-2 tie with Duluth. Another solid performance by the freshman starter had him headed towards another road win before the Bulldogs tied it up with a fluky power play goal with 1:30 to go. Corey Fienhage made the trip, but did not dress for the Sioux. In Hockey East, freshman Drew MacKenzie was a game-best +2 as Vermont upset #2 Boston University, 4-3. Corey Tropp (-2) fired a team-best five shots on goal as Michigan State was routed by Nebraska-Omaha, 7-1. Matt Generous was -1 as St. Lawrence fell to #8 Princeton, 2-1. Alex Biega was kept off the scoresheet for the third straight game as Harvard lost to #14 Cornell, 2-1. Andrew Orpik picked up a slashing minor in #4 BC's 2-0 shutout of UMass. John Muse made 27 saves in the win. Justin Jokinen was scratched in #11 Mankato's 3-2 overtime win over Michigan State, while Nick Eno remained out of the lineup with a ankle injury in Bowling Green's 5-1 loss at #6 Notre Dame.
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