LAKEHEAD DOMINATES BROCK

Lakehead 5, Brock 2


The No. 6 Lakehead Thunderwolves skated past the Brock Badgers by a 5-2 score before 2950 fans at the Fort William Gardens in Thunder Bay on Friday night. Lakehead's goals came from Peter Cava, Jason Lange, Jeff Richards, Andrew Brown, and Joel Scherban. The Thunderwolves out shot the Badgers 39-27 on the night, the Badgers goal scores were Mike Modeste and Jason Harshaw. Lakehead is now tied for first in the OUA Far West Division with Western with 29 points apiece while Waterloo is in third with 24. The Thunderwolves now have a 14-6-1 OUA record (22-14-2-1 overall) while Brock has a 6-13-1-1 OUA mark.


Western 5, Guelph 2


The Western Mustangs (15-6-0-1) scored three unanswered third period goals to skate past the visiting Guelph Gryphons (7-10-4-1) Saturday night 5-2. With Guelph leading 1-0 on a Jesse Pyatt's goal in the first period, forward Craig Kennedy tallied a powerplay marker with 40 seconds remaining to draw the Mustangs even heading to the second. Western assistant captain Ryan Held, a fourth-year forward, opened the second period scoring shorthanded 12 seconds into the frame. Gryphons Forward Darrell Cowen netted the equalizer just over two minutes later. In the third, Londoner Kyle Piwowarczyk, Held and Chris Berti rounded out the Western scoring.


York 3, Windsor 3 OT


The Windsor Lancers earned another critical point last night as they battled the defending OUA Champions York Lions to a 3-3 overtime tie at Adie Knox Arena. The hard fought battle capped an exciting weekend for the Lancers as they welcomed their alumni home for their annual alumni weekend. At the Knox, for the second consecutive night, Windsor had a 3-2 lead in the final minutes of the 3rd period before York scored a late goal to send the game into overtime. Despite an exciting overtime frame, neither team was able to capitalize, and the game ended in a 3-3 tie. Windsor got their goals from Gareth Hopes, Alex White and Jeff McDowall, who scored his first career CIS goal with the Lancers last night.


Toronto 3, RMC 2 OT


The RMC Paladins played hosts to the Toronto Varsity Blues. The game started off with both teams scoring the first period. Blues Ian Malcolm was first to score on a power play attack. Paladins Tyler Middlebrook was up against an even strength opposition when he tied up the game for RMC. The second period was a show of fancy footwork and many passing plays and although the Blues had 16 shots on goal there was no scoring. The third period was led by Paladins Roman Srutek who managed to sneak by the defense and give RMC the upper hand. Not long after this goal Blues Ian Malcolm scored once again to tie the game. In the final minutes of overtime Scott Malcolm brought the game home for the Blues giving them the victory over the RMC Paladins.

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