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Denver freshman Brock Trotter of Brandon, Man., is tied for the team scoring lead with 2-6-8 through eight games. Trotter, whose Pioneers are off this week and travel to Wisconsin on Nov. 10-11, is tied for third in WCHA freshman scoring and ranks second overall in assists in the conference.
Lee Teslak of Fernie, B.C., has played a key role in getting Michigan Tech off to its best start in 13 years. The sophomore goaltender made 22 saves for his first career shutout in a 9-0 win over Alaska Anchorage. Teslak currently ranks second in the U.S., with a 1.33 goals-against average and 10th in save percentage with a .933 mark. The Huskies swept the series, also beating the Seawolves 5-3, with junior forward Tyler Shelast of Kelowna, B.C., recording two goals and four assists in the two wins.

Freshman goaltender Anthony Grieco of Brampton, Ont., made his collegiate debut and earned both wins as North Dakota swept Minnesota State in a weekend road series, 5-4 and 8-5. Sophomore forward Ryan Duncan of Calgary had three goals and an assist in the series for the Fighting Sioux. Minnesota State freshman forward Kael Mouillierat of Edmonton registered his first career two-point game with a goal and an assist in the 8-5 loss on Saturday.

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Hockey East

A pair of Canadian goaltenders split defensive player of the week honours. Northeastern freshman Brad Thiessen of Aldergrove, B.C., made 45 saves on the road for his first career win over No. 6 Michigan, 3-2, while Merrimack senior Jim Healy of Holyrood, N.L., had 67 saves combined in a 3-2 win over Providence and 3-3 tie with Brown.

UMass Lowell defeated No. 4 ranked Boston University, 2-1, on Friday. River Hawks freshman goaltender Carter Hutton of Thunder Bay, Ont., made 17 saves for the win and sophomore forward Mark Roebothan of St. John's scored the winning goal.

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ECAC Hockey League

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (R.P.I.) captured the first Governor's Cup competition in Albany, N.Y., contested among four league schools. Peter Merth of New Westminster, B.C., a freshman defenceman for the Engineers, finished with two assists and a +2 in a tie over Union (R.P.I. advanced via shootout win) and victory over Colgate in the championship game. Colgate tied Quinnipiac in the other opening round contest, 2-2, and won the shootout to advance to the finals. Colgate junior goaltender and North Vancouver native Mark Dekanich's career-long shutout streak ended at 130:07, (six minutes and 33 seconds short of the school record), when the Bobcats scored a power-play goal in the first period. Bryan Leitch of Merritt, B.C., a sophomore forward for Quinnipiac, tallied a goal and three assists over the weekend.

Dartmouth senior forward Tanner Glass of Craven, Sask., earned player of the week honours. The Florida Panthers draft pick recorded three assists in a 5-2 win over Harvard on Friday and followed up with the winning goal for the Big Green and an assist on Sunday in a 3-2 win over Vermont.

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College Hockey America

Sophomore forward Josh Murray of Terrace, B.C., and junior forward Tyler Hilbert of Okotoks, Alta., fired goals for Alabama-Huntsville in a 2-1 win over Army in the consolation game at the Lightning College Classic. Senior forward David Nimmo of St. Albert, Alta., scored a goal and an assist while senior defenseman Shaun Arvai of West Lorne, Ont., recorded two assists for the Chargers in their 7-5 setback against Air Force in the tourney's opening contest.

Sophomore forward and Ceylon, Sask., native Les Reaney scored two goals and added an assist in a 6-2 win for Niagara over Bemidji State. Purple Eagles senior forward Sean Bentivoglio of Thorold, Ont., contributed two assists and sophomore goaltender Juliano Pagliero of Dalroy, Alta., made 36 saves in the victory. Niagara and Bemidji State skated to a 2-2 tie the following night. Bemidji State junior forward Blaine Jarvis of Gladstone, Man., scored a goal and an assist for the Beavers. Jarvis also recorded one of the two Bemidji State goals the previous night.

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Central Collegiate Hockey Association

Alaska sophomore goaltender Chad Johnson of Calgary got the nod as goaltender of the week for recording two home-ice wins against Ferris State. The Pittsburgh Penguins draft pick, who leads the U.S. in goals-against average (0.98) and save percentage (.959) blocked 55-of-58 shots with first-star and third-star honours in 2-1 and 4-2 wins. Kyle Greentree of Victoria, a junior forward for the Nanooks, recorded a goal and two assists in the series.

Richmond Hill, Ont., native Jeremie Dupont, a freshman goaltender for Nebraska-Omaha, was named rookie of the week after getting his first two collegiate wins. Dupont recorded his first collegiate win Friday with nine saves in relief duty against Western Michigan. The following night, Dupont made his first start and blocked 24 shots for the Mavericks in a 6-0 shutout win. Western Michigan freshman forward Mark Letestu of Elk Point, Alta. scored a hat trick and added an assist in the 7-5 loss on Friday.

Senior goalie David Brown set the Notre Dame record for shutouts by a goalie with his eighth career whitewash as the Irish captured the inaugural Lightning College Hockey Classic in Tampa, Fla., with a 3-0 victory over Air Force. Brock Sheahan of Lethbridge, Alta., a junior defenceman for Notre Dame, was named to the all-tournament team after picking up an assist in a 3-0 first-round victory over Army and finishing a plus-2 in the event.

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Atlantic Hockey

Mercyhurst junior forward Ben Cottreau of Toronto earned Player of the Week honours for his role in a weekend split against Connecticut. Cottreau scored the winning goal and freshman forward Cody Collins of Winfield, B.C., recorded his first three collegiate assists for the Lakers in a 6-2 victory over the Huskies on Friday. Connecticut defeated Mercyhurst the following night, 5-4, but Cottreau scored his second hat trick of the season with the final goal coming at 1:51 left in regulation to force overtime. Mercyhurst sophomore goaltender and Kincardine, Ont., native Tyler Small stopped a combined 73-of-80 shots for the Lakers over the weekend.

Ian Dams of Manotick, Ont., a freshman goaltender from Holy Cross, was named rookie of the week after picking up his first collegiate victory on Oct. 24, against Merrimack, 2-1. Dams made 22 saves in a 2-1 loss at Yale on Friday.

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Nov 1, 2006, 7:42 PM EST


(CP) - Ninth-ranked Michigan and No. 5 ranked Michigan State renew one of U.S. college hockey's hottest rivalries in a home-and-home series that opens Friday night in East Lansing, Mich.

It's said the rivalry is so bitter that the two largest schools in the Great Lake State can't even agree on their head-to-head record. Michigan claims a 124-114-16 mark while Michigan State lists a record of 115-128-16. In reality, the discrepancy exists because the institutions recognized their own varsity status at different times in the 1920's,

Michigan State coach Rick Comley, from Stratford, Ont., is fifth on college hockey's all-time wins list with a record of 690-537-87 in 34 seasons while Michigan is coached by legendary Red Berenson of Regina who is eighth on the all-time list with a 589-280-63 record. But his Wolverines are on an eight-game winless slide (0-3-5) against their archrival and have not defeated the Spartans since Nov. 20, 2004.

Sophomore forward Andrew Cogliano is tied for fifth in scoring on the Wolverines with three goals and four assists in six games. The Woodbridge, Ont., native and member of Canada's gold medal winning 2006 world junior championship team was a first-round pick of Edmonton in 2005, one of four NHL first-rounders on the Wolverines.

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