Wild now in playoff position after Sunday win
Gillette 7 @ Glacier 0 - Gillette had a six-goal lead after two periods and cruised the rest of the way en route to a 7-0 win over Glacier. Jack Oberg was all over the ice for Gillette, as he tallied one goal and three assists in the win. Oberg scored 15:15 into the second period to make the score 4-0 Gillette. Tyler Tennant assisted on the tally. Gillette forced Glacier goalie Kevin Hale to work between the pipes, taking 54 shots. Gillette also got points from Kyle Traux, who also registered one goal and one assist and Riley Holwegner, who also tallied two goals and one assist. Others who scored for Gillette included Tyler Reble, Nick Scherbinin, and Nick Stockert, who each put in one. Other players who recorded assists for Gillette were Gennadi Zabeline, who had two and Garrett Medina, who had three. Stephen Wroe rejected nine shots on goal for Gillette.
Southern Tier 4 @ West Michigan 6 - West Michigan came close to giving away a three-goal lead to Southern Tier, but did just enough to escape with a 6-4 victory. Devin Farkas had a great game for West Michigan, netting two goals. Farkas scored on the power play at 18:32 into the first period to make the score 2-2 and again while 10:15 into the third to make the score 6-4 West Michigan. West Michigan also got points from Carlson, who also had one goal and one assist. West Michigan also got a goal from Trevor Temple as well. Other players who recorded assists for West Michigan were Zach Hand, Gabe Smith, Mitch Kalleward, Mitch Campbell, Corey Siwula, and Brandon Benaglio, who each chipped in one and Dakota Ulmer and Ryan Price, who contributed two each. Southern Tier was helped by Nathan Butkowski, who tallied one goal. Butkowski scored on the power play 6:15 into the third period to make the score 5-3 West Michigan. Jacob Tota provided the assist. Southern Tier also had goals scored by Joshua Malin, Brian Brown, and Jacob St. Andre, who each put in one. In addition, Southern Tier received assists from Cameron Pries, who had two and Brad Delenko, Joseph Gerace, Philip Grippi, and Devin Laird, who each chipped in one. West Michigan's Maxwell Barr stopped 23 shots out of the 27 that he faced.
Pittsburgh 1 @ Cincinnati 4 - Cincinnati relied on the sparkling performance of Tyler Geloneck in net to grab a 4-1 win against Pittsburgh. Cincinnati was led by Kyle Kinnaman, who finished with one goal. Kinnaman scored 3:44 into the second period to make the score 2-1 Cincinnati. Rory Callihan provided the assist. Cincinnati also got a goal from Albert Janele as well. More assists for Cincinnati came via Hunter Schneider, who had two and Andrew Kraska and Jacob Friedman, who contributed one each. Pittsburgh was led by Brian Dee, who scored the team's only goal. Dee scored 19 seconds into the second period to make the score 1-0 Pittsburgh. Gavin Cummings picked up the assist. Cincinnati's Geloneck stopped 26 shots out of the 27 that he faced.
Atlanta 8 @ Evansville 2 - Atlanta jumped out to a five-point advantage by the end of the first period and beat Evansville, 8-2. Riley Hummitsch was all over the ice for Atlanta, as he tallied two goals and one assist in the win. Hummitsch scored the first of his two goals at 3:58 into the first period to make the score 1-0 Atlanta. Aleksi Hoivala picked up the assist. Hummitsch's next tally made the score 7-1 Atlanta with 5:47 left in the second period. Drew Kelly assisted on the tally. Atlanta forced Evansville goalie Bryson Lindenburgh to work between the pipes, taking 73 shots. Atlanta also got points from Hoivala, who also registered one goal and two assists. Atlanta also had goals scored by Jesse Brown, who had two and Kyle Rimbach, Evan Camba, and Alex Johanson, who each put in one. In addition, Atlanta received assists from Frank Trazzera, who had two and Andrew Cooley, Steve MacIver, Ross Bartlett, and Colin OConnor, who each chipped in one. Evansville kept Atlanta's goalie busy throughout the game, and Corey Boettcher made 35 saves on 37 shots.