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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
#7 ST CLOUD STATE vs #1 MINNESOTA
Fri 10/31 - 7:37 PM CT / Sat 11/1 4:07 PM CT
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CHN COMPARISON     TEAM vs TEAM HISTORY
Saturday Game Summary:

SCSU 3  Union 2

The Huskies played a nearly flawless game for two periods and withstood a late third period charge by Union to earn a well-deserved 3-2 win over #2 ranked Dutchmen at the Messa Ice Rink in Schenectady, NY on Saturday, October 25.  Despite  a charged up atmosphere and sold out rink the Huskies outskated, outworked and outshot Union  15-6 in the first period yet found themselves down 1-0 on a goal by the Dutchman's Spencer Foo at 18:41 of the first period.  A penalty to Union's Sebastien Gingras at the 20:00 mark of the first period gave the Huskies the early second period advantage and Andrew Prochno scored his first goal of the season at 1:19 to tie the game at 1-1.  David Morley picked up his first assist of the season on the goal. The Huskies struck  again at 5:22 as Blake Winiecki scored his first collegiate goal with assists by Jimmy Murray and David Morley. With the Huskies clearly in control of the game and outshooting Union by a 2-1 margin Joe Rehkamp was called for a crease violation and the Dutchman's top scorer, Mike Vecchione was awarded a penalty shot. Vechionne converted to tie the game at 2-2 at the 19:46 mark. In the third, Brooks Bertsch buried a nice goalmouth feed by Judd Peterson for what was to be the GWG at 8:18. The game appeared to be in hand when Union's JC Brassard was whistled for hooking at 19:03 but  at 19:28 SCSU found themselves a man short when Jonny Brodzinski was penalized for goalie interference. That led to a tense finish as Union applied  pressure late with their net empty as the Huskies held on for a 3-2 win snapping Union's 17 game winning streak and 23 game unbeaten streak.

Union's Alex Sakellaropoulos faced 39 SCSU shots turning away 36 while Charlie Lindgren stopped 22/24 SOG in the win. SCSU was 1/6 on the power play while Union was 0/5. There was a total of 16 penalties called in the game.    PHOTO GALLERY

BOX SCORE   SCSU STORY   SCTIMES STORY  UNION STORY

 


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Friday Game Summary

Union 5 SCSU 1

The Huskies ran into a buzz saw on Friday as #2 Union College scored three times in the first 8:54 of the game and cruised to a 5-1 win at Messa Rink on the campus of Union College in Schenectady, NY. A bench penalty on SCSU for too many men on the ice at 1:03 gave Union an early PP opportunity and Michael Pontarelli scored his second goal of the season for a quick 1-0 Dutchmen lead. Less than 3 minutes later defenseman Sebastian Gingras buried his second of the year for the game winning goal and a 2-0 advantage. An even strength goal by Mark Bennett finished off the scoring in period one and gave Union a 3-0 lead. SCSU starter in goal, Charlie Lindgren was relieved by Rasmus Reijola after the third goal. Minnesota native Sam Coatta scored at 6:52 for his third goal of the season increasing the margin to 4-0. Union and St. Cloud State traded goals in the third with Max Novak at 16:55 and Ben Storm for SCSU's lone goal at 19:55 for a 5-1 final. Storm's first goal as a Husky was assisted by Garrett Milan.  Unions Colin Steven was outstanding in goal stopping 35/36 SOG while the tandem of Lindgren/Reijola 22/27 for SCSU. Charlie Lindgren surrendered 3 goals on 6 SOG. The Dutchmen converted 2/8 PP opportunities while SCSU was 0/4.

BOX SCORE   SCSU STORY   SCTIMES STORY   UNION STORY

PHOTO GALLERY     VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS


SCSU's Patrick Russell attempts to jam the puck past Union goaltender Colin Stevens in the second period on Friday
(Photo WProut) 
The Huskies celebrate the GWG on Saturday (Photo WProut)