1/25 Recap: Hurley heroic

Written By Kris Baker on Sunday, January 26, 2014 | 1/26/2014

Connor Hurley extended his point streak to eight games Saturday, snatching a goal at 3:40 of overtime to get Green Bay a 2-1 win over Team USA. Hurley, who assisted on the Gamblers' regulation tally, has 11 points (5+6) in 10 games since joining the Gamblers in a late December deal.

In the OHL, Nikita Zadorov (+3) notched a goal and an assist as London hammered Kitchener 6-1. The two-point night gives Zadorov four goals and 13 points in 16 games since being re-assigned by the Sabres. Brady Austin produced an assist on the Zadorov marker while improving to a plus-32 rating for the year (7th in league). Justin Bailey was minus-one for the Rangers.



Mikhail Grigorenko recorded a goal, an assist, and five shots on goal as Quebec bested Val-d'Or 8-5. Grigorenko has five points (2+3) in three games since returning to the QMJHL.

In the AHL, Luke Adam racked up a goal and two assists as Rochester completed their road trip with a 5-2 win at Binghamton. Matt Hackett made 32 saves for the Amerks, while Johan Larsson (1+1) and Brayden McNabb (0+2, 7 SOG) posted multi-point nights.



In WHL action, Logan Nelson scored his first goal since Dec. 3 as Victoria defeated Vancouver 3-1. The marker gives Nelson 13 goals and 36 points in 40 games.



In the USHL, Judd Peterson scored his team-leading 14th goal of the year as Cedar Rapids edged Indiana 2-1. The St. Cloud State commit has points in three of his  last four games.

A night after winning his 10th consecutive start, Cal Petersen served as backup as Waterloo smoked Fargo 6-2.

In Sweden , Linus Ullmark made 31 saves as MODO lost to Linkopings 3-1. Ullmark, who was making his fifth-straight start, slips to 13-12 with a 1.96 GAA and .936 save%.

In the college ranks, Brad Navin registered an assist as Wisconsin suffered a rare home blemish in a 3-1 loss to Ohio State. Jake McCabe (-2) recorded two shots on goal for the Badgers, who lost at home for just the second time all year..

Christian Isackson finished with a minus-one rating as Minnesota played to a 4-4 tie with Minnesota-Duluth. The Gophers won the tiebreaking shootout to earn the first place trophy at the North Star College Cup.

Providence defenders Anthony Florentino and Mark Adams remained out of action as the Friars were pasted by Lowell 6-1.

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