When Glencross and Voros were on the same rink in college, you could always count on one thing: Somebody was going to be eatin' some Plexiglass. Each winger played with a boulder on his shoulder, and that edge of nastiness in their game is what helped them ascend to the NHL.
Friday, Glencross had four shots, one hit and two minor penalties (hooking and holding -- yawn) in 15:03 of ice time. Voros checked in with one shot, four hits and three minors (holding, holding the stick and tripping -- triple yawn). Oh, well, surely their paths will cross again -- you'd think one of them would have been good for a boarding. (And, no, it's not like they've become shy playing with the big boys -- both have fought this season).
Elsewhere, Scott Gomez of Anchorage furnished one assist in the New York Rangers' 3-2 shootout loss in Florida.
Meanwhile, on the college scene, kudos to North Dakota freshman forward Evan Trupp of Anchorage, who bagged his first college goal, the game winner, in Friday's 8-3 win over Minnesota-Duluth. That gives the former Alaska high school player of the year 1-2--3 totals in 10 games.