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Saturday, October 18, 2008

Lakers Split in Columbus

Lake Superior State University dominated the Buckeyes on Friday night scoring 7 goals in the game including 2 on the power play. Ohio State’s Hunter Bishop opened the scoring for the Lakers putting the puck past LSSU sophomore Brian Mahoney-Wilson just 14 seconds into the game. The Lakers Chad Nehring tied the game up at the 4:02 mark of the first period, scoring his first goal of the season, with John Scrymgeour and Tyson Hobbins assisting. Freshman Fred Cassiani scored his first collegiate goal at the 6:20 mark of the first with Nathan Perkovich and Steven Kaunisto assisting. Just under three minutes later, at 9:18, Perkovich notched his first of the season with Kaunisto and Troy Schwab assisting on the power play. OSU scored a power play goal of their own at 11:27 of the period to pull the Lakers lead to 3-2 at the end of the first period.

LSSU and OSU swapped goals in the second period with LSSU’s Dan Barczuk and OSU’s Corey Elkins scoring at 11:27 and 16:54 respectively. Rick Schofield and Zac MacVoy assisted on the Barczuk goal, the Lakers 4th in the game chasing OSU starting goaltender Joseph Palmer.

LSSU added three goals in the third period with Nehring, Cassiani and Perkovich each scoring their second goal of the game. Pat Aubry and Steven Olesky assisted on the Nehring goal just 27 seconds into the third period, Will Acton and Perkovich assisted on Cassiani’s second goal at 1:58 of the period, sending OSU backup Dustin Carlson packing after allowing 2 goals on 6 Laker shots. Simon Gysbers and Kaunisto assisted on the Perkovich goal at 14:44, giving LSSU a 7-3 lead.

Lake Superior went 2-for-6 on the power play while Ohio State went 1-for-7 with the extra attacker. LSSU goaltender Brian Mahoney-Wilson recorded 37 saves on the 40 shots he faced, while his OSU counterparts allowed 7 goals on 37 LSSU shots.

Saturday night LSSU struck first with Steven Kaunisto scoring his first goal of the season, and his fourth point of the weekend at 7:29 of the first period with Carter Lee and Josh Sim assisting.

Ohio State scored the only goal of the second period with Zac Dalpe scoring his first goal of the season against LSSU goaltender Pat Inglis.

LSSU regained the lead with Zac MacVoy scoring his second goal of the season with Dillin Stonehouse garnering the lone assist. LSSU was unable to maintain the lead for the second time in the game, allowed a goal to OSU on the power play at 8:24 of the third period while Nehring was in the box. OSU added the game winning goal 24 seconds later, and scored an empty net goal at 19:13 of the third period just after Inglis reached the Laker bench.

Lake Superior went 0-for-5 on the power play, 2-for-11 on the weekend, while Ohio State went 1-for-4 with the extra attacker, 2-for-11 on the weekend. LSSU goaltender Pat Inglis recorded 33 saves on the 36 shots he faced, while OSU’s, Dustin Carlson recorded 27 saves on the 29 LSSU shots he faced.

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