Fadden gets an OT winner ... Barberio back in the goal column ... Cunti scores again.
First stars for Tokarski and James Wright ... Cunti scores again ... Jung back on the winning side.
Results from all three CHL leagues.
Ward continues to produce in Cape Breton ... another First Star for Fadden ... Tokarski strengthens league-leading stats ... Calgary knocks off Vancouver in battle of the WHL's top teams.
Fadden scores his 10th in 22 games with Tri-City ... Spokane gets a win while they wait for Tokarski ... results from the Q.
Luca's back ... Fadden's heating up again.
Ward makes his Cape Breton debut ... Another goal for Wright ... plus results from several others.
I'll let the Canadian Press intro this:
> The biggest statement in the battle between John Tavares and Victor Hedman was made by Dana Tyrell.
While the rock-solid forward won't supplant either of those players as the top pick in next year's draft - Tyrell signed a three-year contract with Tampa Bay last week - he made the biggest impact on Friday night.
Goaltenders combine for two goals in the Q ... and Mitch Fadden causes a downpour of stuffed animals in Tri-City.
Fadden (pictured) and Tyrell exhibit their Christmas spirit by assisting others - a combined seven times. Courtnall continues to punch people.