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Friday, October 14, 2005

Lakers can only salvage tie after sloppy game by 16th ranked Colgate

Lake State took advantage of a Colgate penalty early in the game with Trent Campbell scoring a power play goal (5:14) less than a minute into the first power play of the Lakers young season, assisting on the goal was Troy Schwab and Derek R. Smith.

Colgate was able to tie the game up with a power play goal by Kyle Wilson while Colgate was on a 5 on 3 power play. Derek R. Smith scored his first goal of the season at 6:17 of the second period, Troy Schwab picked up his second assist in his young collegiate career.

Colgate was able to tie the game up again in at 5:48 of the third period, on a freak goal where the puck bounced off the boards and into the net finding Jakaitis out of position, Jesse Winchester was given credit for the goal.

The Lakers where unable to get a shot on goal in the 5 minute overtime period, their best chance came with three seconds left in the game but freshman Troy Schwab’s shot when wide of the net. Last year the Lakers where 2-4-7 in overtime games.

Lake Superior was able to dominate Colgate the entire game putting up twice as many shots in the first two periods something rarely seen in by the Lakers in the past 9 years, Colgate was able to come out and put up 6 shots in the third period vs. only 7 for the Lakers. LSSU played a very disciplined game spending only 5:09 shorthanded, allowing 12 shots, while taking advantage of 15:02 with the extra man, peppering the Colgate goalie with 26 shots.

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