Silverthorn, Stars shut out opponents again

Rookie netminder Steve Silverthorn refuses to let up a goal, stopping all 24 shots faced in Iowa’s 3-0 win at Toronto on Saturday night for his second shutout in as many nights and in just his second AHL start.

Silverthorn has kept opponents scoreless for the last 120 minutes of play and stopped a total of 56 shots in his first two starts since joining the Stars.

Junior Lessard, Dan Hacker and defenseman Mario Scalzo all tallied for the Stars, who completed a three-game road trip by earning five out of a possible six points in the standings, going 2-0-1-0.

Grand Rapids tallied three unanswered goals in the third period, giving them a 4-3 win against Albany at the Times Union Center.

Ryan Keller scored a pair of goals as defenseman Jonathan Ericsson and Kip Miller recorded two assists each for the Griffins, who are winners of four straight games.

Miller has points in five of his last six games, registering four goals and ten points in that stretch.

Stefan Liv made 17 saves on the night for Grand Rapids.

Ryan Bayda, Shane Willis and defenseman Brett Carson each recorded a goal in the loss for the River Rats.

Falling behind 2-0 early in the contest, the Phantoms scored four unanswered goals to defeat Binghamton on the road by a score of 4-2. Scott Munroe stopped 39 of 41 shots on the night for Philadelphia, who won their second straight games for the first time since Dec. 17-22.

Defenseman Nate Guenin had a goal and an assist as Frederik Cabana and Dennis Tolpeko added two helpers each for the Phantoms.

After recording a hat trick the previous night, Darren Reid tallied a goal, giving him four goals in his last five games for Philadelphia.

Bobby Robins and defenseman Charlie Cook both recorded goals in the loss for the B-Sens.

Curtis Glencross scored a pair of goals and Ryan Shannon recorded three assists as the Pirates defeated the Worcester Sharks 3-1 at the Cumberland County Civic Center in Portland.

Matt Keith registered the other goal on the night as netminder Mike Wall stopped 29 of 30 shots for the Pirates, who ended a five-game winless skid.

Defenseman Garrett Stafford recorded the lone goal in the loss for Worcester.

Nigel Dawes scored a pair of goals and added an assist as the visiting Wolf Pack exploded for four goals in the second period to defeat the Springfield Falcons 6-3.

Dwight Helminen and Brad Isbister each tallied a goal and an assist for Hartford, who is unbeaten in regulation in the last four contests, going 3-0-1-0.

Stephen Valiquette needed only 13 saves on the night for his 11th win on the year and snapping a four-game winless skid.

Defenseman Andy Delmore had a pair of goals and netminder Jonathan Boutin had 29 saves in the loss for the Falcons.

Kyle Brodziak netted a hat trick and added an assist and Tyler Kennedy recorded a pair of goals and five points on the night as Wilkes-Barre/Scranton pounded the Hershey Bears 8-4 at home.

Jonathan Filewich, Kurtis McLean and defenseman Noah Welch all tallied a goal and an assist for the baby-Pens, who went 2-for-3 on the power-play.

Jeff Drouin-Deslauriers had 26 saves on the night for the Penguins, who scored a season-high eight goals against the Bears.

Eric Fehr had three points, netting a pair of goals and an assist, in the loss for Hershey.

Drew Larman scored a pair of goals for Rochester, who ended a three-game winless skid with a 4-1 win on the road against Hamilton.

Drew Stafford had a goal and two assists on the night as Craig Anderson stopped 32 of 33 shots for the Amerks, who moved into a tie for first place in the North Division with a 23-11-1 record.

Zach Stortini recorded the lone goal for Hamilton in the loss.

The Admirals won its third game in four days with a 3-1 win at home against the Lowell Devils.

Rookie Troy Brouwer scored a pair of goals and Corey Crawford stopped 32 of 33 shots on the night for Norfolk, who moved into a tie for first place in the East Division and first overall in the league with a record of 26-8-4-1.

Brouwer now has six goals and 10 points in his last seven games for the Admirals.

Carl Corazzini and Martin St. Pierre each recorded a pair of assists on the night for Norfolk, who won its first three games on a current five-game home stand.

Rod Pelley recorded the lone goal for the Devils in the loss.

Randall Gelech scored a goal and an assist for San Antonio as the Rampage defeated division rival Peoria by a score of 3-1 at the AT&T Center.

Donald MacLean and Jakub Koreis also tallied for San Antonio, who has a season-high four game winning streak.

Netminder Josh Tordjman stopped 26 of 27 shots on the night to earn his fourth straight win and improve his record to 8-6-1.

Charles Linglet registered the lone goal for the Rivermen, who had their four-game winning streak snapped.

Noah Clarke scored the game winner for the Monarchs with 1:10 left in regulation to defeat the visiting Providence Bruins by a score of 2-1.

Yutaka Fukufuji made 32 saves on 33 shots to win his second game in three appearances on the year for Manchester, who is currently riding a six-game winning streak.

Patrick O’Sullivan scored a goal and an assist for the Monarchs, moving them atop the Atlantic Division by eight points with a 21-10-6-1 record and 49 points.

On a three-game stint assigned by Boston, Phil Kessel scored the lone goal on the night for P-Bruins.

Joakim Lindstrom scored a goal and added two helpers for Syracuse as the Crunch defeated the Houston Aeros on the road by a score of 4-1.

Geoff Platt tallied a goal and an assist and defenseman Filip Novak had a pair of assists for Syracuse, who is 3-1-0-1 on its current six game road trip.

Tomas Popperle stopped 18 of 19 shots on the night for the Crunch.

Joel Ward scored the only Aeros goal in the loss.

Cal O’Reilly led the Admirals with a goal and an assist as Milwaukee defeated the Wolves 4-2 at home.

Brandon Segal, Bracken Kearns and Rich Peverley, who has points in 17 of his last 18 games, all tallied goals for the Admirals, who had nine different players record points in the win.

Karl Goehring needed only 19 saves to earn his 13th win of the year and improve his record to 13-10-3.

Darren Haydar recorded an assist to extend his record scoring streak to 39 games while Derek MacKenzie and rookie Brett Sterling scored in the Chicago loss.