11/8 Recap: Ennis stretches streak; MacKenzie factors

Tyler Ennis scored a goal and connected for a pair of assists as Medicine Hat beat-up on Brandon, 6-2. Ennis' goal proved to be the game winner, and his multi-point night extends his streak to nine straight games. Drew MacKenzie notched his first collegiate point, an assist, in Vermont's 3-1 win over Lowell. Wahsontiio Stacey scored the game-winner off the rebound of MacKenzie's point-shot in the early goings of the second period. Brad Eidsness made 29 saves as North Dakota failed pull off a sweep in a 7-4 loss to Colorado College. The score would suggest a debacle, but 80 shots on goal, 17 power plays, and countless screens kept both goaltenders busy. Corey Fienhage was -2 for the Sioux. Justin Jokinen (-1) was held without a point as Mankato tied Alaska-Anchorage, 2-2. Carrying the puck through the neutral zone, the freshman went to flip the puck deep into the Seawolves before joining his four linemates off for a change. Instead of getting it deep, the puck was gloved just inside the Anchorage blueline and quickly advanced up ice for the game-knotting goal. In the ECAC, Matt Generous (2 SOG) was even as St. Lawrence played to a 2-2 tie with Brown. Alex Biega (4 SOG, 2 PIM) was -1 in Harvard's 3-1 loss to Union. In the OHL, Drew Schiestel continued to drive the power play, registering another helper in Niagara's 5-4 OT loss to Peterborough. Ten of Schiestel's 19 assists this season have come with the man advantage. Nick Crawford was even as Saginaw won their fourth straight game with a 5-3 decision over Sault Ste. Marie.
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