Euless 4 @ Louisiana 3 - Louisiana tried its best to erase a two-goal deficit, but Euless would not be denied the victory and hung on to win, 4-3. A goal by Wyatt Gentry put Euless up 4-2 in the third period, but Louisiana pulled to within one on Jeremy Brown's tally 10:44 into the third period. Euless forced Louisiana goalie Logan Quebedeaux to work between the pipes, taking 42 shots. Euless also got points from Brandon Wade, who also tallied one goal and one assist and Kayne Fedor, who also had one goal and two assists to lead the team in points. Nick Snyder also scored for Euless. Other players who recorded assists for Euless were Benjamin Kraus and Anthony Chavez, who contributed one each. Louisiana was helped by Joshua Jorajuria, who finished with one goal. Jorajuria scored 5:56 into the first period to make the score 1-0 Louisiana. Jacob Istre provided the assist. Louisiana also got a goal from Charles Credeur as well. More assists for Louisiana came via Joshua Lodatto, who had two and Emerson Keith and Mitch Dolese, who each chipped in one. Thomas Bailey recorded 27 saves for Euless.
Rochester 0 @ La Crosse 1 (SO) - Three periods of regulation and an overtime session were not enough to settle matters as La Crosse defeated Rochester in a shootout 1-0 (1-0 SO). The shootout lasted for six attempts between the teams and Dan Toycen recorded the only goal. La Crosse was boosted by Will Graves, who turned in a shutout with 27 saves. La Crosse kept Rochester's goalie busy throughout the game, and Zach Mains made 51 saves on 51 shots.
Metro 6 @ Pittsburgh 5 - Metro climbed out of a two-goal hole to beat Pittsburgh, 6-5. Metro let multiple leads slip away before eventually digging out of a two hole to pick up the win. Metro took a 1-0 advantage on a goal by Kevin Shand at 5:19 in the first period. Metro found itself down 5-3 after Pittsburgh's Darrien Sroka put the puck home at 8:02 in the third period. After knotting things up at 5-5 on a goal by Dylan Naumovski at 12:41 in the third, Metro got the game-winner from Mathias Tellstrom at 15:14 in the third period. Tellstrom was all over the ice for Metro, as he tallied two goals and three assists in the win. Tellstrom scored the first of his two goals at 17:39 into the first period to make the score 2-1 Metro. Shand provided the assist. Tellstrom's next tally made the score 6-5 Metro with 4:46 left in the third period. Jason Recchia picked up the assist. Metro additionally got points from Shand, who also registered two goals and two assists. Metro also got a goal from Jacob Rutkoske as well. Other players who recorded assists for Metro were Michael Tratar, who had three and Jacob Drinkard, Matt Dempsey, and Austin Kane, who each chipped in one. Pittsburgh was led by Brian Dee, who grabbed two goals and one assist. Dee scored the first of his two goals at 13:36 into the first period to make the score 1-1. James Unger assisted on the tally. Dee's next tally made the score 3-2 Pittsburgh with 14:50 left in the second period. Unger picked up the assist. Pittsburgh also got points from Sroka, who also finished with one goal and one assist. Others who scored for Pittsburgh included Ryker Barber and Dominick Glavach, who scored one goal each. More assists for Pittsburgh came via Nicholas Lyon, Perry Shiring, Ryan Loebig, Justin Shepherd, and Devin Sroka, who contributed one each.
Chicago 1 @ Wisconsin 17 - Chicago fell behind early, and Wisconsin kept piling on the points on the way to a 17-1 victory. Wisconsin got the win behind a great game by Peter Henderson, who had four goals and two assists. Henderson's first goal came 10:28 into the first period. He then added goals at 18:05 into the first, at 3:00 into the second, and at 4:33 into the third. Wisconsin kept Chicago's goalie busy throughout the game, and Ryall Purdy made 51 saves on 68 shots. Wisconsin also got points from Thomas Hanson, who also had two goals and two assists, Connor Boscaccy, who also registered three goals and one assist, Joe Perrelle, who also grabbed one goal and one assist, Taylor Dickert, who also finished with two goals and two assists, and Russel Barone, who also tallied one goal and four assists. Nathan Viberg also scored for Wisconsin. Other players who recorded assists for Wisconsin were Clayton Brown, who had five, Zachary Ross, Ethan Luck, and Bryce Fisk, who contributed one each, and Caleb Vosters, Austin Lewis, and Matthew Carr, who each chipped in three. Roni Sener made 22 saves for Wisconsin on 23 shots.
St. Louis 7 @ Cincinnati 4 - Frankie Melton netted a hat trick to lead St. Louis over Cincinnati, 7-4. Melton notched his first tally 11:29 into the first period. He then added goals at 1:24 into the third and at 19:05 into the third. St. Louis forced Cincinnati goalie Brian Tempel to work between the pipes, taking 47 shots. St. Louis also got points from Brian Schumacher, who also registered one goal and two assists and Daniel Dunaway, who also finished with one goal and one assist. St. Louis also had goals scored by Frankie Cardinale and Joe Nolan, who scored one goal each. More assists for St. Louis came via Ian Dvorak, Cameron Pries, and Teddy Cardinale, who each chipped in one and Tomas Loeffelman and Alex Klaesner, who contributed two each. Cincinnati was led by Jacob Friedman, who tallied two goals. Friedman scored the first of his two goals at 2:26 into the second period to make the score 2-1 Cincinnati. James Frantz assisted on the tally. Friedman's next tally made the score 3-2 Cincinnati with 8:40 left in the second period. Grant Kiepper picked up the assist. Others who scored for Cincinnati included Darcy Robinson and Rory Callihan, who each put in one. In addition, Cincinnati received assists from Brenden Williams, who had two and Taylor Hamilton, Justin Bioni, Trevor Veneklase, and Cobin Sanborn, who each chipped in one. Ian Dvorak made 23 saves for St. Louis on 27 shots.