1/24 Recap: Florentino, Peterson produce

In Saturday action, Anthony Florentino (+2, 3 SOG) scored off a power play one-timer from the left point as Providence earned the weekend sweep with a 4-1 victory over Lowell. The output gives the sophomore defender two goals, nine points and a team-best plus-15 rating through 24 contests. Friars defenseman Mark Adams finished with an even rating in his second game back on a pair with St. Louis draft pick Jake Walman.

Judd Peterson struck for his third goal of the season as St. Cloud State coughed up a two-goal, third-period lead to take a 3-2 loss to Western Michigan. With 1:44 remaining in the opening frame, Peterson took a pass from the boards and got a quick shot off from the left face-off circle to give the Huskies a 1-0 lead at the first intermission.

Cal Petersen earned his fourth straight start in the Notre Dame crease, stopping 22 of 26 shots as the Fighting Irish were defeated by Northeastern 4-2. Petersen, who has earned the nod in eight of Notre Dame's last nine games, has amassed a 6-10-2 record with a 2.68 GAA and .904 save%. Fellow Irish freshman Connor Hurley was shut out for the fifth straight game, leaving him with 11 points (3+8) through 25 collegiate tilts.

Hudson Fasching (-1) led all Gophers forwards with four shots on goal as Minnesota ended the weekend with a 2-1 loss to Minnesota-Duluth in the third place game at the North Star College Cup. After scoring five goals in his first eight games, Fasching has produced just one in his next 13. Christian Isackson added one shot on goal for the Gophers.

J.T. Compher posted four shots on goal as Michigan pasted Wisconsin 6-0. Compher, who began the season with a 10-game goal drought, has collected 13 points (4+9) at the 20-game mark. Badgers winger Brad Navin (-2) punched two shots on goal in defeat.

Max Willman logged a minus-two rating as Brown was defeated by St. Lawrence 5-2. The 19-year-old freshman has two points (1+1) in 18 contests for the struggling Bears.

Sean Malone missed his fifth straight game with an injury as Harvard pounded Colgate 6-1. Malone has played in just three of the Crimson's 18 games this season.


Brendan Lemieux popped in an empty net goal in the game's final minute as Barrie defeated Saginaw 3-1. Lemieux' 31st goal puts him back into a tie for third overall in the league. His 18 power play markers tops all scorers, while his 104 PIM make him the league's second most penalized player.


Sam Reinhart notched one assist as Kootenay defeated Swift Current 5-2. Reinhart has points in seven straight games to boost his season total to 37 (10+27) through 23 appearances with the ICE.

Brycen Martin earned the first fighting major of his 186-game WHL career as Saskatoon extended their winning streak to four games with a 6-1 victory over Moose Jaw. In the game's 34th minute, Martin stepped up and dropped the gloves with tough customer Jaimen Yakubowski. A week ago, Yakubowski left his feet for a big hit on Reinhart in a game versus Kootenay.


Vaclav Karabacek returned from his two-game absence due to a lower body injury, contributing two shots on goal as Baie-Comeau cruised past Rouyn-Noranda 6-1. Karbacek has 28 points (12+16) on the year, including one goal and two assists in seven games with the Drakkar.


Christopher Brown (3 SOG) picked up one assist as Green Bay dropped a 4-1 decision to Sioux City. Brown has assists in three of his last four games, but has gone eight straight without a goal. The Boston College commit is tied for second on the Gamblers with 27 points in 35 games, including a team best 12 markers.


Gustav Possler produced two shots in 15:54 of work as MODO dropped a 1-0 overtime decision at HV 71. Linus Ullmark, who turned in a superb performance in his return to action on Thursday, did not make the trip for MODO after suffering an injury in Friday's practice. His timetable for a return has yet to be determined.


Victor Olofsson scored a goal and an assist in his first game with MODO's J20 squad in a 5-1 victory over Orebro HK. 2016 draft eligible Carl Grundstrom swapped spots with Olofsson, who hits the J20 ranks despite being tied for second on MODO's SHL roster team with 10 goals.

Jonas Johansson made 34 saves as Brynas IF J20 was blanked 4-0 by Malmo Redhawks IF. In three starts after missing a month due to injury, Johansson is 2-1 with a 2.92 GAA and .918 save%.


Jerry D'Amigo scored his sixth goal of the year off a Tim Schaller feed as Rochester was toppled by Adirondack 4-1. Andrey Makarov made 31 saves in the losing effort for the Amerks, who had goals by Jerome Leduc and Mark Pysyk disallowed due to goaltender interference. Mikhail Grigorenko (4 SOG) saw his four-game point streak snapped.


Justin Kea scored his fourth professional goal as Elmira doubled Brampton 4-2. The checking centerman has nine points and 36 shots on goal in 27 coast league contests. Colin Jacobs was a scratch for the Jackals.
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