10/28 Recap: Olofsson heating up; Pu rebounding

Victor Olofsson scored his sixth goal of the year Saturday, the game-winner, as Frolunda blanked Linkoping 4-0. Olofsson is heating up with four goals in his last six games. He has nine points and 33 shots on goal through 14 SHL contests.



Rasmus Asplund notched a pair of assists as Farjestad edged Brynas 2-1. Asplund has points in two straight games, but has gone 11 in a row without a goal.



Marcus Davidsson skated for 11:00 as Djurgarden got past Skelleftea 2-1. Davidsson has four points (1+3) while averaging 10:40 of work through his first 12 games.

Cliff Pu scored for the second consecutive game as London defeated Hamilton 3-2 in a shootout. After a slow start, Pu now has six points in his last four games.



Christopher Brown deflected home his second goal of the year as Boston College was throttled by Denver 6-1. Casey Fitzgerald drew the second assist on the goal to give him sole possession of the team lead in points with five (2+3) through seven games.





Jacob Bryson drew a power-play assist as Providence shut out Boston University 3-0. Bryson leads the Friars with five assists through their first seven contests.



Casey Mittelstadt assisted on the game-winning goal as Minnesota earned the sweep of Clarkson with a 2-1 victory. Mittelstadt has seven points (2+5) through seven games. He has collected a point in six of the seven games he has appeared in.



Max Willman recorded an assist for the second-straight game as Brown was defeated by Yale 5-2.

Philip Nyberg returned from his lower-body injury as UConn lost at Miami 7-1. Nyberg missed the previous six games after suffering the injury on opening night at Maine.

Linus Weissbach missed his second game in a row due to injury as Wisconsin was doubled by St. Lawrence 6-3.

Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen allowed three goals on 32 shots as LeKi fell to KeuPa HT 4-2.

Oskari Laaksonen skated for 25:11 as Ilves U20 lost to TUTO Hockey 3-2.

Brandon Hagel sat out with an illness as Red Deer defeated Regina 4-3 in overtime.
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