For 5 heart racing minutes the Lakers and Falcons traded scoring opportunities. 3 on 2 rushes being traded back & forth. LSSU had back to back 2 on 1 chances. The refs put away their whistles for the overtime period. 5 intense minutes with chances for both but no score as time wound down.
Early play was fast and physical. Both teams were up and down the ice creating scoring chances, but to no avail. At 4:35 of the period this pace led to BG’s Brandon Kruse being called for hooking. A minute into that PP, strong for checking by BG led to 2-1 short handed chance for the…… Continue reading LSSU vs BGSU (3rd per.)
The middle frame started off hot and heavy. Laker coach Damon Whitten must’ve lit a fuse under his players during the intermission. :24 into the period LSSU had a PP after BG’s John Schilling was whistled for boarding. BGSU’s Lukas Craggs & LSSU’s Braydon Gelsinger were also given matching Roughing After The Whistle penalties. JT…… Continue reading LSSU vs BGSU (2nd per.)
Early physicality by the Falcons was the main difference between the two teams. Lake St had a defensive breakdown out front of Nick Kossoff which led to BGSU’s Freshman forward Max Johnson to open the scoring on a rebound from a Connor McDonald shot, @ 2:56. The Lakers would have the first power play opportunity…… Continue reading LSSU vs BGSU (1st Per.)
The WCHA rivals come into weekend action on opposite ends of the spectrum. LSSU is looking to have a better November after going 1-5-2 (0-1-1 WCHA) in October. BGSU is 4-3-2 (3-1-2 WCHA) and looking to create space in the standings with this home series. The Lakers are riding the offense created by Senior forward…… Continue reading Lake Superior St. vs Bowling Green Preview
The Buckeyes of Ohio State roll into Amherst to take on the Minutemen of UMass-Amherst in a Big 10 vs Hockey East match-up. OSU is coming off a weekend series vs RPI where they had back to back 1-1 ties. UMass had wins over Union in Schenectady and AIC in Amherst. The two teams come…… Continue reading Ohio St. vs UMass-Amherst
What better way for the New Hampshire Wildcats to kick off their 2017-18 Hockey East campaign than to open up with a home & home series versus Massachusetts-Lowell. UNH had all off season to dwell on their season ending defeat to UML in last year’s Hockey East tournament. When the schedules were announced over the…… Continue reading Opening Weekend Statement