That is precisely what occurred for No. 15 UMD, which went three-for-6 on energy performs in a 6-5 win over Colorado School in NCHC play Friday, Jan. 12, at Broadmoor World Area in Colorado Springs.
The win by the Bulldogs (10-9-three general, four-7 NCHC) creates a 3-means tie for sixth within the convention together with the Tigers (9-9-three, three-6-2) and Nebraska-Omaha. UMD and CC meet once more at 6:07 p.m. right now.
Junior middle Peter Krieger and sophomore wing Riley Tufte, enjoying on the highest line collectively, every completed with two objectives and two assists Friday.
UMD jumped out to a 6-four lead after the second interval thanks to 2 objectives and an help by Tufte. All three of his factors got here in succession as he elevated his scoring totals to 10 objectives and 15 factors.
Tufte tied the sport with a one-timer on an influence play at three:32, gave UMD a 5-four lead at 14:02 after which arrange Krieger on a tic-tac-toe play with lower than 5 minutes to go within the second.
Krieger additionally had three factors within the interval — a aim and two assists — all in succession like Tufte.
The Bulldogs and Tigers battled to a three-three draw within the first interval with UMD cashing in on two of its three energy performs to tie the sport twice.
Krieger scored UMD’s lone even-power objective of the interval simply 31 seconds into the sport.
Freshman wing Kobe Roth, together with his first collegiate objective, tied the sport at 2-2 on one other energy play after deflecting in a shot by senior middle Jared Thomas, the Hermantown native who later deflected in a shot by sophomore defenseman Jarod Hilderman.
Sophomore wing Nick Halloran, who got here into the sport with eleven objectives, scored two of the Tigers’ first-interval objectives. His second got here on a 5-on-three energy play that resulted from Roth and freshman defenseman Mikey Anderson getting referred to as for simultaneous hooking violations.
The Tigers took a four-three lead precisely two minutes into the second interval, solely to surrender three straight objectives to fall behind by two going into the third.
Cloquet native Westin Michaud, a CC junior wing, pulled the Tigers inside a aim within the third interval, scoring on an influence play for his seventh aim and fifteenth level of the season. He additionally had an help within the first interval.
- The Bulldogs are with out freshman wing Nick Swaney this weekend, who’s out with an undisclosed damage.
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