Gylander gets first NCAA shutout, Savoie scores 10th of the season, and four former Crusaders dress in AHL games

Carter Gylander continued his impressive start for the Colgate Raiders last week. The freshman goaltender secured his 5th win of the season and his first career shutout against Clarkson University. Gylander turned aside all 21 shots he faced in a 2-0 victory. He got the start the following night too against the same team. That game ended 1-1 after Gylander stopped 25 of 26 shots. The former Crusader now has 0.919 SV% and a 2.07 GAA in 12 games for the Raiders.

Another Carter who has been impressive this season is Carter Savoie for the University of Denver. Savoie scored his team-leading 10th goal versus the University of Nebraska-Omaha over the weekend. Michael Benning also dressed in two games for the Pioneers but was held off the boxscore.

Zach Kaiser (UMass-Lowell) scored his third of the season against New Hampshire, and Tanner Laderoute (Minnesota-Duluth) grabbed two assists versus Miami.

Brett Van Os (Western Michigan), Cody Laskosky (RIT), Merritt Oszytko (RIT), and Ty Readman (Northern Michigan) all dressed in NCAA games this past week too.

Over in Europe, Braden Christoffer took his season tally to 40 points in 36 games for HC Innsbruck in Austria. And Cody Kunyk now has 22 points in 26 games for Karpat in Liiga in Finland.

The AHL recently began, and four former Crusaders have dressed in games so far. Peter Quenneville is now in his second season with Rapid City and has 22 points in 26 games. Ben Carroll has dressed in 14 games for the Allen Americans in his rookie season. Josh Healey has played in two games for his new team the Chicago Wolves. Finally, Matt Tomkins is now in his 4th professional season and has played one game for the Rockford IceHogs this season.

In the NHL, Nick Holden dressed in two games for the Las Vegas Golden Knights but was held pointless.

Chris McKay also made his professional hockey debut with Pensacola in the SPHL.