In Sweden, Gustav Possler maintained the hot hand by scoring a goal for the fourth-straight game as MODO was defeated by Farjestads 2-1. With MODO trailing 2-0 and using an extra attacker, Possler corralled a faceoff, spun, and connected on a seeing-eye shot with 25 seconds to play. Linus Ullmark stopped 28 of 30 shots in the loss. Sixteen-year old defenseman Oliver Kylington squeezed the game winner past Ullmark in the game's 54th minute to become the youngest player ever to record a goal in SHL/SEL history. MODO next hits the road Tuesday for a game at HV 71.
Elsewhere in the OHL, Brady Austin picked up an assist just 15 seconds into the action as Belleville skated to their first victory of the year 4-3 over Niagara. The helper gives Austin points in all four games this season. The Bulls are off until Wednesday when they host Kingston.
Justin Kea finished with a minus-one rating as Saginaw dropped a 3-2 home-ice decision to North Bay. The big centerman has gone through the Spirit's first five games without scoring a goal. Saginaw welcomes Sarnia to town on Wednesday.
In WHL action, Logan Nelson scored a shootout goal as Victoria kicked off a four-game road trip with a 4-3 victory at Kelowna. Trent Lofthouse ('14) scored a goal and an assist in the third period to push the game to overtime. Next up for the Royals is a two-game set at Prince George beginning Tuesday.
In the USHL, Connor Hurley potted his first goal of the season to help Muskegon to a 5-4 victory over Indiana. The Notre Dame commit has accumulated five points (1+4) through his first three games of the year. The Lumberjacks will next battle Fargo on Friday.
Judd Peterson followed up his two-goal performance on Friday by logging a minus-two rating as Cedar Rapids lost their home opener 5-4 to Sioux Falls. The RoughRiders remain home for Friday's tilt with Youngstown.