11/9 Recap: Cat continues early season cruise

Written By Kris Baker on Saturday, November 10, 2012 | 11/10/2012

In Friday night OHL action, Dan Catenacci notched a pair of goals, including the game winner, and added an assist as Owen Sound downed Brampton 5-3. With the game knotted 2-2, Catenacci deflected a Chris Bigras ('13) shot to give the Attack a 3-2 lead. After the Troops again evened the score, Catenacci bagged his second of the night with a one-time strike with under four minutes to play.  Catenacci, whose first star effort elevated his season totals to 13-14-27, will look to continue his early season success Saturday when the Attack hosts Sault Ste. Marie.



OHL

Justin Kea recorded an assist as Saginaw hammered Ottawa 8-3. The helper gives the 6-foot-4 pivot three goals and 13 points on the year.

Brady Austin posted a minus-two rating as Belleville was blanked 2-0 at Kingston. The Bulls visit Kea and the Spirit on Saturday.

Alex Lepkowski skated to an even rating in Barrie’s 5-3 win over Oshawa. The Colts host Brampton on Saturday.

QMJHL

Mikhail Grigorenko contributed an assist on the game winning goal as Quebec defeated PEI 5-3. The helper gives Grigorenko, who earlier had coughed the puck up at the opposing blueline to lead to a Rocket goal, 32 points (12+20) through 17 games. Remparts forward Anthony Duclair ('13) notched three points (1+2) in his return from an ankle injury. Quebec hosts Cape Breton on Sunday.



WHL

Andrey Makarov made 20 saves to earn his eighth win of the year as Saskatoon doubled Regina 6-3. The Blades battle Seattle on Saturday.

Colin Jacobs (-1) picked up an assist as Prince George lost to Edmonton 4-2. The clubs will go back at it for a Saturday night rematch in Prince George.


Logan Nelson's goalless streak hit a dozen games as Victoria was defeated by Calgary 5-2. Nelson, who unloaded a booming neutral zone hit in the second period on 16-year old Josh Thrower, has three goals and 16 points through 19 games played. The Royals remain in the province of Alberta for Saturday's tilt at Medicine Hat.

NCAA

Christian Isackson came away empty as Minnesota worked to a 4-0 shutout victory at Alaska-Anchorage. The Gophers go for the road sweep on Saturday.

Mark Adams did not play as Providence suffered 4-0 shutout loss at Massachusetts. Adams is said to have experienced a minor injury in last Friday's win at Vermont. The Friars are off until next Friday's home ice set versus Northeastern.

USHL

Judd Peterson did not dress for the second straight game as Cedar Rapids was shut out at Lincoln 5-0. The RoughRiders visit Omaha on Saturday.

AHL

T.J. Brennan scored his fifth goal of the year but Rochester couldn't add anything else in a 2-1 loss to Adirondack. Amerks goaltender David Leggio made 31 saves to take the loss.

With Rochester missing both Cody Hodgson (hand) and Phil Varone (illness), third-year man Luke Adam shifted back to center between Marcus Foligno and Brian Flynn. Foligno provided early highlights with a his first fighting major of the year in the opening period as he pummeled Marc-Andre Bourdon.

The Amerks will look to shake off their first two-game losing streak of the season season when they visit in-state rival Syracuse.

U20 FOUR NATIONS

Joel Armia did not dress as Finland opened the U20 Four Nations event with a 4-0 triumph over Russia. The Finns and Sweden will do battle Saturday.

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

the CAT has everything but size. He does have speed moxie and hockey smarts. Buffalo is gonna love this kid !!

Doug

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