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Saturday, October 15, 2005

Lakers Power Play continues to click.

The Lakers where able to hold off 16th ranked Colgate to record their first win of the season.

The Lakers fell behind early with power play goal by Colgate’s Mark Fulton at 4:26 of the first period.

LSSU was able to counter on their first power play of the game with Jeff Rainville scoring at 10:12 of the first period. The Lakers where able to take the lead with their second power play goal of the game, scored by Nathan Ward 3:13 into the second period.

Troy Schwab drew a viscous kneeing penalty at 15:26 of the third period which ended Colgate’s dominance of the third period. Dominic Osman was able to knock in a rebound shot at 16:52 after Kory Scoran put the puck on the net.

Colgate pulled their goalie with 1:20 remaining in the game, won the face-off in the Laker end and where able to close the Laker’s lead to one with a goal by Nick St. Pierre 15 seconds later. Colgate was unable to score again, and the Lakers recorded their first ever victory against Colgate.

Drawing assists on the Laker’s three goals where Derek A. Smith, Mark Adamek, Dominic Osmand, Kory Scoran, and Marty Gurnoe (2).

LSSU once again dominated the power play scoring 3 goals on 23 shots in 15:05, and held Colgate to 7 shots and one goal in 9:35.

Comments on "Lakers Power Play continues to click."


Blogger LakerFan24 said ... (1:36 AM) : 

Good to see the boys record their first victory, taking home 3 points on the weekend. They should have won on Friday had it not been for a freak goal to tie it. Good to see that they can keep up with and win the battles against a team ranked in the top 20. The Lakers are going to surpise a few more people this season I think...


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