11/6 Recap: Fasching keeps pace; Kasdorf leaves with injury

Here's your cruise through the Friday happenings:


Hudson Fasching produced a power play goal and one assist as Minnesota was defeated by Notre Dame 4-3. Fasching's multi-point night gives him four goals and six points in his last three games. Cal Petersen made 31 saves to get the win for the Fighting Irish to improve to 4-1-2 with a 2.80 GAA and .912 save%. Connor Hurley logged two shots on goal while centering Notre Dame's top forward unit.

Jason Kasdorf made 28 saves before leaving with an injury in the third period as RPI played to a 2-2 tie with Clarkson. More details to come on Kasdorf's injury. Following the game, RPI coach Seth Appert suggested Kasdorf was the victim of a dirty play that needs to be review by ECAC officials.

Chris Brown moved to the third-line left wing spot, producing two shots on goal as Boston College blanked Maine 3-0. The Eagles have now posted shutouts in five of their last six games.

Sean Malone notched two shots on goal as Harvard and Yale ended in a 2-2 tie.

Ivan Chukarov logged an even rating and one shot on goal as Massachusetts doubled Connecticut 4-2.

Max Willman (-2) was unable to connect as Brown was dominated by Dartmouth 7-3.


Giorgio Estephan scored his seventh goal of the year as Lethbridge bested Seattle 5-2. Estpehan has points in six straight games and 11 of his last 12.

Brycen Martin notched a pair of helpers and a team-high seven shots on goal as Saskatoon was upended by Moose Jaw 7-4. Martin has 15 points (3+12) in 17 games, which ties for sixth in scoring among WHL defenders.

Brendan Guhle contributed two shots on goal as Prince Albert was blanked by Red Deer 4-0. Through 11 games, Guhle has collected one goal and six points for the Raiders.

Devante Stephens logged a plus-one rating as Kelowna held on for a 5-4 victory over Portland. Stephens has three assists and a plus-five rating in 17 games.


Vaclav Karabacek produced a pair of assists as Baie-Comeau was defeated by Acadie-Bathurst 6-4. The helpers give Karabacek eight points (5+3) in 14 games this season.


Eric Cornel picked up one assist as Peterborough dropped a 7-2 decision to Erie. Cornel has amassed 13 points (3+10) this season, but has gone seven games without a goal.


Jean Dupuy scored his first professional goal and the eventual game-winner as Rochester defeated Binghamton 3-1. Jack Nevins and Colby Robak also tallied for the Amerks. Justin Bailey assisted on Dupuy's marker to give him points in three straight contests. Nathan Lieuwen stopped 27 of 28 shots to get the win.
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