11/19 Recap: Pair get goals on losing Saturday

Written By Kris Baker on Sunday, November 20, 2011 | 11/20/2011

Dan Catenacci notched a goal and an assist Saturday as Owen Sound came up short in a 7-5 loss to London. The 5'10 center, who ups his season totals to 12 goals and 27 points, began the year with a 1.22 points-per-game pace but has slid to .71 in seven November contests. The third-place Attack (12-11-1-1) and first-place Knights will play it back on Sunday.

Kevin Sundher scored his 14th goal of the year but Victoria was blown out for the second straight night in an 8-3 loss to Kootenay. The goal gives Sundher 37 points this season, good for fifth on the WHL leaderboard. Nathan Lieuwen got the night off for the ICE (14-5-1-2) , who continue their road trip Sunday at Vancouver. The Royals (11-12-0-1) will begin a short two-game road trip Friday in Kamloops.





Mark Pysyk missed his second straight game with an upper body injury as Edmonton lost Lethbridge, 5-2.. The Oil Kings (12-8-1-2) will again meet up with the Hurricanes again on Wednesday.

In Finland, Joel Armia was -1 as Assat was doubled by Tappara, 4-2. The 6'3 wing, who saw a two-game point streak come to an end, posted three shots on goal in just 11:39 time-on-ice. Armia and the Aces will battle the Pelicans on Tuesday.

In NCAA play, Brad Navin finished -1 as Wisconsin lost at Colorado College, 4-1. The Badgers (5-8-1) will play a non-league set next weekend in Madison against Mercyhurst.

Justin Jokinen had two shots on goal in Minnesota State's 7-3 loss to Minnesota-Duluth. The Mavericks (3-9-3) host Alaska-Anchorage next weekend.

Drew MacKenzie (-2) posted three shots on goal as Vermont lost to Northeastern, 4-1. The Catamounts (1-7-1) will next prepare for a Tuesday night matchup with Massachusetts.

Connor Knapp sat on the Miami bench for the sixth straight game as the RedHawks skated to a 4-4 tie with Bowling Green. Unbeaten in their last six games, the RedHawks (6-6-2) will face Providence next Friday at the Denver Cup Classic.

Brad Eidsness served as backup as North Dakota rolled to a 5-2 win at Bemidji State. The Sioux (4-6-1) and Beavers will close their WCHA series on Sunday.

Christian Isackson was scratched for the eighth straight game as Minnesota shut out St. Cloud State, 5-0. The Gophers (11-3-0) travel to Big ten rival Michigan State next weekend.

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