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12-14-2008, 11:20 AM
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Scott Darling started two non-conference games against Union this weekend and allowed only one goal in each. He is now 8-3-1 with a 1.4 GAA and a .944 S%.

Other NCAA updates:

Brett Hextall has 6-4-10 in 18 games for North Dakota, tied for 6th on the team as a freshman, behind only juniors and seniors. He also has 39 PIM.

Ben Ferriero's seems to be struggling this year, scoring 2-9-11 in 16 games. It's third on the team, but for a guy who has averaged a point per game over the last two seasons, it's a bit disappointing. I still hope he gets signed. With a few years in the AHL, he could mature into a solid bottom six scorer, or at least into a valuable trade chip.

Michigan scored 11 goals in two games this weekend, but Summers came out with only a goal and an assist. He now has 2-4-6 in 18 games.

In WHL news, Colin Long has 17-27-44 in 29 games to sit at 6th in WHL scoring. Linemate Jamie Benn has 24-21-45 and is 5th.

Nick Ross has 4-15-19 in 32 games, but more importantly, he's a +2 on a team of mostly minuses. Michael Stone has 9-18-27 in 32 games and is a +16, but he plays on a much better team. Ross's Blazers are 14-18-4 while Stone's Hitmen are 28-5-1-1. Anyway, both appear to be genuine NHL prospects.

From other parts of the CHL, Jordan Staal is 5th in team scoring with 7-16-23 in 32 games. His -12 does not really stand out among the team's top scorers (those ahead of him have -6, -11, -14 and -15). Sudbury is 15-15-1-2.

Mathieu Brodeur of Cape Breton has 9 points in 29 games. He's a +4.

Seventh rounder Tim Billingsley has no points in 17 games for the Majors. He's also a -8.

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