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Monday, October 13, 2008

LSSU Falls Twice in Superior Cup

Lake Superior State University jumped out to an early lead with two power play goals against Minnesota Duluth with Sophomore Tyson Hobbins scoring his first goal of the season at 2:07 of the first period with Will Acton and Rick Schofield assisting. Simon Gysbers gave the Lakers a 2 goal lead at 16:10 of the first period with Steven Kaunisto and Zac MacVoy assisting.

UMD scored a goal with just 3 seconds remaining in a Nathan Perkovich hooking penalty with MacGregor Sharp slipping the puck behind Laker goaltender Pat Inglis, at the 9:17 mark of the second period.

The Bulldogs tied the game up at 2-2 while skating with a two man advantage at the 2:17 mark of the third period. The teams participated in an exhibition shootout, for Superior Cup purposes, with UMD winning on Justin Fontaine’s lone goal. Missing for LSSU was MacVoy, Schofield, and Perkovich.

Neither team was able to score for the remainder of the third period or the 5 minute overtime.

Lake Superior went 2-for-7 on the power play while Minnesota Duluth went 2-for-10 with the extra attacker. LSSU goaltender Pat Inglis recorded 29 saves on the 31 shots he faced, while his counterpart from Minnesota Duluth, Alex Stalock recorded 24 saves on the 26 LSSU shots he faced.

Saturday night horrendous special teams play for the Lakers doomed their night against Michigan Tech. LSSU fell behind early allowing a short handed goal to MTU’s Malcolm Gwilliam at 1:59 of the second period putting the puck past Brian Mahoney-Wilson. Lake Superior tied the game up with a Zac MacVoy goal just 42 seconds later with Will Acton and Dillin Stonehouse assisting.

Two minutes and thirty five seconds into the third period MTU’s Alex MacLeod gave the Huskies a 2-1 lead on the power play. LSSU’s Dillin Stonehouse tied the game at 2-2, on an unassisted goal at 9:58 of the third period. MTU scored another shorthanded goal at 15:01 of the period with Jordan Baker putting the Huskies third goal behind Mahoney-Wilson.

Lake Superior went 0-for-9 on the power play while Michigan Tech went 1-for-8 with the extra attacker. LSSU goaltender Brian Mahoney-Wilson recorded 34 saves on the 37 shots he faced, while MTU’s, Josh Robinson recorded 25 saves on the 27 LSSU shots he faced.

Officiating by CCHA referees with weekend was very questionable with the performance of Ryan Gordon being very suspect. The live audio feed for this weekend’s games was unavailable, it is reported that it will be back on the laker website for next weekend’s games.

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