1/2 Recap: Malone gets first; Estephan hits 20

In Saturday action, Sean Malone buried a shot from in front of the net for his first goal of the year just 2:04 into the action as Harvard edged Minnesota 4-3 in overtime to win the 2016 Mariucci Classic. Malone has seven points (1+6) and a plus-eight rating through 10 games. Hudson Fasching notched a pair of assists in the loss, extending his point streak to six games. The junior winger leads the Gophers with nine goals and 17 points in 17 games.

Judd Peterson scored his 12th goal of the year and added two assists as St. Cloud State blanked Arizona State 7-0. Peterson has points in four straight games, giving him a total of 19 (12+7) through 17 contests.

Cal Petersen made 43 saves as Notre Dame and Denver played to a 2-2 tie. Petersen, who has back-to-back 40-plus save performances for the first time this season, moves to 9-4-6 with a 2.28 GAA and .926 save%. Connor Hurley recorded three shots on goal for the Fighting Irish.

Jason Kasdorf stopped 23 of 25 shots to help RPI to a 3-2 win at Miami. The 23-year-old has posted a 5-4-1 record with a 2.04 GAA and .938 save%.

Ivan Chukarov finished plus-one with one shot on goal as Massachusetts got past Army West Point 2-1 in overtime. Chukarov has two assists and a team-low minus-nine rating through his first 19 collegiate contests.


Giorgio Estephan connected for the game-winning goal as Lethbridge edged Calgary 4-3. The top-line centerman has scored in five consecutive games to get him to the 20-goal mark for the second straight season.

Devante Stephens logged an even rating in Kelowna's 5-4 win over Victoria. Through 40 games, Stephens has two goals, seven points and a plus-12 rating.

Brycen Martin was quiet as Everett edged Kamloops 4-3 in overtime. Martin has played 38 games this season between Everett and Saskatoon, notching 29 points (4+25) and a plus-four rating.


Justin Bailey recorded the first two-goal game of his pro career and Nick Baptiste scored his sixth goal of the season as Rochester dropped a 4-3 overtime decision to Bridgeport. Nathan Lieuwen made 30 saves before allowing the game-winner just 38 seconds into the extra session.
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