2/14 Recap: Martin continues streak

Brycen Martin picked up an assist Saturday to extend his point streak to 10 games as Saskatoon dropped a 5-3 decision at Lethbridge. Martin has four goals and 15 helpers in his first 15 games with the Blades, and a total of 35 points in 54 season appearances.


Justin Bailey registered one assist as Sault Ste. Marie pitched a 5-0 shutout of Plymouth. Bailey's helper gives him points in three straight games. Greyhounds forward Jean Dupuy was unable to produce in the victory.

Nick Baptiste (-1) was blanked for the second straight night as Erie fell to Owen Sound 5-4 in overtime. The Otters trailed by three with under three minutes to play before blitzing the Attack for three quick goals to force extra time. Connor McDavid ('15) bagged two of the late tallies to add to an earlier assist.

Eric Cornel notched a pair of assists as Peterborough was outgunned by Belleville 7-5. The helpers give Cornel 43 points (13+30) through 51 games.


Vaclav Karabacek (-1) sent three shots on goal as Baie-Comeau was trounced by Victoriaville 6-1. The Czech winger has four goals and 10 points in 17 games with the Drakkar.


Cal Petersen stopped 32 of 35 shots as Notre Dame was defeated by Providence 3-2. Petersen was beaten by a deflection in front early in the middle frame to end his shutout streak at 137:53. Connor Hurley went without a point for the second straight night. The freshman centerman has one assist in his last 11 games. Providence rearguards Anthony Florentino (+1) and Mark Adams (+1) did not get in on any of the three Friars markers.

Hudson Fasching earned one assist and punched five shots on goal as Minnesota earned the conference sweep with a 2-0 shutout of Michigan. Christian Isackson was quiet in limited minutes for the Gophers after leaving Friday's tilt in the first period with an injury. Michigan forward J.T. Compher (-1) registered three shots on goal in his top-line right-wing role, but has now gone without a point in five consecutive games for his longest dry spell since entering college.

Sean Malone (-1) produced three shots on goal as No. 14 Harvard played to a 3-3 tie with Cornell. Malone played an up-tempo game throughout, skating hard into his hits and opening up the offensive game with his vision and puck control. The speedy sophomore has collected nine points (4+5) in eight games with the Crimson.

Jason Kasdorf made 24 saves as RPI was downed by Yale 4-1. The redshirt sophomore has lost his last six starts to slip to 9-15 on the year with a 3.06 GAA and .896 save%.

Max Willman (+1) launched two shots on goal as Brown held on for a 1-0 shutout of Union. Since scoring Brown's first goal of the season on Halloween night, Willman has recorded just one assist in his next 23 games.

Brad Navin (-1) posted two shots on goal as Wisconsin earned their first Big Ten conference victory of the season with a 3-2 win at Ohio State. The senior co-captain has one assist in his last 11 games.

Judd Peterson logged one shot on goal as St. Cloud State skated past Minnesota-Duluth 4-1. The freshman winger has one point, a goal, in his last 11 games.


Christopher Brown recorded one assist and earned a misconduct during an altercation at the final buzzer as Green Bay lost at Fargo 3-1. Brown has 13 goals on the year, but just one in his last 13 games.


Victor Olofsson scored his second goal in his first three Allsvenskan games as Timra IK defeated HC Vita Hästen 2-0. Early returns have Olofsson thriving in a top line role in the second-tier league.

Linus Ullmark allowed six goals, including five in the final twenty minutes as last-place MODO was belted by SHL top dog Skelefftea AIK 6-1. MODO trailed 1-0 after two periods before melting down with five goals against in the final frame. Gustav Possler (-1) contributed three shots on goal in the loss.


Brayden Irwin scored his 10th goal of the year as Rochester was defeated by Utica 2-1 in overtime. Andrey Makarov stopped 28 of 30 shots in defeat.


Colin Jacobs (14 PIM) and Justin Kea each received fighting majors, and Kevin Sundher finished with a minus-one rating as Elmira was bested by Reading 7-3.
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