9/20 Recap: Quartet comes up empty

Luke Adam fired a team-best five shots on goal but was held without a point Sunday as Cape Breton lost a marathon shootout at Moncton, 5-4. Adam, who won 18 of 35 draws at the dot, was the first of 11 Eagles shooters who failed to crack Wildcat netminder Wendell Vye in the tiebreaker session before Daniel Pettersson finally bested Olivier Roy (EDM) to call it a night. High-end defenseman Brandon Gormley ('10) had a goal for the Wildcats. Also from the Q, Jordon Southorn was even with three shots on goal as PEI lost a 3-2 shootout to Bathurst. In the KHL, Vjacheslav Buravchikov was even through 15:23 of action as Ak Bars lost to Neftekhimik, 3-2. Mark Adams was even as Chicago lost a USHL pre-season contest to Green Bay, 3-1. Undrafted Buffalo native and Shattuck-St. Mary's product Sam Alfieri had an assist for the winners after notching the game winner a night earlier against Indiana.
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