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MARK YOUR CALENDAR! PREGAME SOCIAL WITH UND FANS!_
Our plans are in place for our annual get together with the UND fans in St. Cloud on November 22, 2014 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM. We'll be providing the food and prizes. This is always a great event. Further details will be posted here.

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2014-15 ROAD TRIP LODGING INFORMATION
#16 SCSU HUSKIES vs #2 NORTH DAKOTA
Fri 11/21 - 7:37 PM CT / Sat 11/22 7:07 PM CT
Herb Brooks National Hockey Center - St. Cloud, MN 
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Saturday Game Summary

SCSU 1  WMU 1 OT GAME SHEET

For the third weekend in a row, the Huskies saw a game go into an overtime session.  Once again, it wasn't a win - but, it wasn't a loss either. SCSU skated to a hard fought 1-1 overtime tie with Western Michigan University on Saturday at Lawson Rink in Kalamazoo, MI.  After a scoreless first period in which the Huskies outshot WMU 7-5, they got on the board first in the second period on a goal by Kalle Kossila at 15:29.  Kossila retrieved a pass from Andrew Prochno and picked the top corner of the net for a 1-0 lead. The second assist on the goal was to Patrick Russell.  SCSU outshot WMU 8-4 in the period and held onto the 1-0 lead at periods end. However, Western Michigan's Will Kessel scored early in the third period off a goal mouth scramble to knot the game at 1-1.  Neither squad scored in the extra session and both teams placed two shots on goal.  WMU outshot the Huskies 23 to 22 for the game with Charlie Lindgren stopping 22/23 SOG and WMU's Lukas Hafner 21/22.  Both teams were 0/3 on the man advantage.

WMU Wins the Shootout: Round 6 - Shootout Goal by WMU Josh Pitt
Stars of the Game:
#1 Lukas Hafner #2 Will Kessel #3 Charlie Lindgren

BOX SCORE  SCSU STORY  WMU STORY  SCTIMES STORY

KALAMAZOO GAZETTE STORY PHOTO GALLERY

Friday Game Summary

SCSU 4 Western Michigan University 3  GAME SHEET

The Huskies snapped a three-game losing streak on Friday with a 4-3 conference win over Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, MI on October 14. The Huskies got out of the gates slow in the first period getting outshot 12-5 and falling behind early on a WMU goal by Frederik Tiffels at 12:07. SCSU salvaged the period with a goal at 17:47 by David Morley and assisted by Andrew Prochno and Mika Ilvonen. With Jonny Brodzinski penalized for tripping to start the second period, Joey Benik received a very nice two on one short-handed feed from Kalle Kossila a mere 45 seconds into the period for a 2-1 lead.  SCSU got on the board again at 13:38 on the power play when Patrick Russell one-timed a pass from Joey Benik for a 3-1 lead. Kalle Kossila picked up the second assist. Russell was instrumental in the Huskies fourth goal leading a 3x1 charge up ice and steering the puck to Nate Widman at 18:58 for his first goal as a Husky. SCSU saw their lead evaporate in the third period getting outshot 14-6 and outscored 2-0 in the third. First, a power play goal by Kyle Novak at 3:51 narrowed the SCSU lead to 4-2 and then another by Sheldon Dries at 17:29 cut the lead to 4-3. But that was as close as the Broncos could get in the 4-3 win for SCSU. WMU outshot SCSU by a wide margin - 34-18. Charlie Lindgren had a strong outing in goal stopping 31/34 SOG. WMU netminder, Frank Slubowski turned aside 14/18 SOG. The Huskies were 1/3 on the power play and the Broncos were 1/4.
Stars of the Game:
#1 Charlie Lindgren #2 Kalle Kossila #3 Kenney Morrison

BOX SCORE  SCSU STORY  WMU STORY SCTIMES STORY

KALAMAZOO GAZETTE STORY   PHOTO GALLERY
the Huskies celebrate Nate Widman's second period goal on Friday
(Photo Prout)
Judd Peterson battles for the puck in the crease on Saturday  (Photo Prout)
Charlie Lindgren stopped 22/23 SOG Saturday  (Photo Prout)






MARK YOUR CALENDAR! PREGAME SOCIAL WITH UND FANS!_
Our plans are in place for our annual get together with the UND fans in St. Cloud on November 22, 2014 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM at Brothers Bar and Grill (2nd floor). We'll be providing the food and prizes. This is always a great event.
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