Stan Lascek had two assists and a +1 rating for Chicoutimi as they beat Lewiston 5-1. Traverse City Lightning member Maxime Boisclair had a hattrick for the Sags, and now has 62 goals on the year. By comparison, Sidney Crosby had 66 goals in last year's QMJHL season.
Mark Tobin and Rimouski lost to Baie-Comeau 6-1. Tobin did not register a point and was -1.
Radek Smolenak was +2 with no scoring for Kingston. The Frontenacs beat the Bellville Bulls 5-3.
Chris Lawrence scored for the second straight game and was the second star in Mississauga's 4-3 loss to Toronto. The Majors scored 3 straight third period goals for the win.
Marek Bartanus remains sidelined for Owen Sound. The Attack lost to Sarnia 2-1 tonight.
Kevin Beech stopped 27 of 28 shots for the Sudbury Wolves, but didn't receive any goal support and took the loss in a 1-0 defensive battle with Sault Ste. Marie.
Blair Jones had a goal and an assist to go with a +2 rating for Moose Jaw. The Warriors beat Lethbridge 5-4.
Vladimir Mihalik finished scoreless and -2 as Kootenay defeated Red Deer 5-1.
Justin Keller scored his 47th goal of the season and had a helper as Kelowna defeated Vancouver 4-2. Keller was named first star of the game. With the victory the Rockets move just four points back of Vancouver for the #1 seed in the Western Conference and the BC Division lead with two games in hand.
There were no Lightning prospects in action in the QMJHL tonight. Tomorrow night Chicoutimi and Stan Lascek will play Lewiston and Mark Tobin and Rimouski will square off with Baie-Comeau.
Chris Lawrence scored his 18th goal of the season, but was -3, as Toronto defeated Mississauga 6-3.
There were no games scheduled in the WHL tonight.
Frolunda defeated Fredrik Norrena and Linkopings handily today, crushing them 5-1. Norrena stopped just 17 of 22 shots faced in the loss. His record runs to 19-10-5 on the season. There are just two more games remaining in the Eliserien regular season. Linkopings could've pulled into a tie with Frolunda for second on the league table with a win, but now appear to be locked in as the third seed for the postseason.
No, not that Hedberg.
The Johnstown Chiefs today signed defenseman Jon Hedberg and announced that winger Joe Tallari has been recalled to Bridgeport of the AHL. Hedberg, a 6'0" 200 lb American born blueliner, just completed his senior season for York University in the Canadian CIS where he led his team in scoring with 22 points in 23 games. Prior to college Hedberg played three seasons in the OHL between Guelph, Oshawa and Sault Ste Marie. His career season in junior came in 2000-2001 when he scored 8 goals and 30 points in 65 games between Guelph and Oshawa. Hedberg was teammates in Oshawa with Lightning defenseman Paul Ranger from 2000-2002. The native of Duluth, Minnesota was undrafted out of junior.