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.
Colgate charged out to a 2-0 first period lead on goals by Joe Wilson (9:26) and Evan Peterson (GWG 11:44) and the Huskies were unable to recover falling to the Raiders 3-1 at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center on Friday night. The Huskies did draw to within one goal after Joey Benik's power play goal at 3:57 of the second period. Assists were to Jonny Brodzinski and Patrick Russell. SCSU nemesis Kyle Baun who has scored 4 goals against SCSU in the last three games between these two squads finished off the scoring with a goal at 6:57 of the third. SCSU outshot Colgate 34-23. The Raiders Charlie Finn had an outstanding night in goal stopping 14/15 SOG in the second period and 33/34 for the game. The Huskies Charlie Lindgren turned aside 20/23 Colgate SOG. SCSU was 1/5 on the PP while Colgate was 0/3.
In a reversal from Friday night the Huskies surged to a two-goal first period lead and Jonny Brodzinski notched a "natural" hat trick in the 3-1 win for SCSU at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center. Brodzinski started off the scoring at 8:09 of the first period with a goal off a nice feed from Jimmy Murray. The other assist going to Ethan Prow. Brodzinski extended the Husky lead to 2-0 with his second goal of the game on a power play at 17:43 with assists to Joey Benik and Kalle Kossila. SCSU outshot Colgate 10-4. The Huskies again outshot the Raiders by a margin of 10-8 in a scoreless second period. Brodzinski completed his hat trick at 15:02 of the third period on an unassisted breakaway goal. The play had to be reviewed before he was awarded his third goal of the evening. With the Huskies shorthanded and Colgate's goal empty Tyson Spink scored Colgate's lone goal at 17:12 for a 3-1 final. SCSU outshot Colgate by the slim margin of 25-24 for the game. Colgate's Charlie Finn stopped 22/25 SOG while SCSU's Charlie Lindgren stopped 23/24 for his first win of the season. It was an outstanding night for Lindgren who made several key point blank saves in the final two minutes of period two. SCSU was 1/5 on the PP and Colgate 1/4.