Gameday Final: UND 4, Duluth 4, Tie

TONIGHT’S VIEWING: DirecTV 623, FCS Central, MidcoSN. Michael Parks is back in for UND, playing his first game of the season. Goalies are Clarke Saunders and Aaron Crandall. Live chat and full lines are below.

First period

Duluth 1, UND 0 — Mike Seidel 3:49. Seidel intercepts a Gleason outlet pass, skates into the slot and scores with a snap shot high to the glove side.

Duluth 1, UND 1 — Andrew MacWilliam 13:39. UND has arguably its best shift of the game, led by Grimaldi buzzing around the zone. After his line changes, Duluth attempts to clear the puck. MacWilliam holds it in at the point and throws a shot through traffic and high into the net.

Second period

UND 2, Duluth 1 — Danny Kristo (Corban Knight, Carter Rowney) 1:40. Knight beats a defenseman wide with a nifty move to get the puck to the net. Rowney takes one whack at it. Knight then finds it and passes to Kristo, who is alone at the bottom of the circle with a great angle. Kristo doesn’t miss.

UND 2, Duluth 2 — Austin Farley (Joe Basaraba, Tony Cameranesi) 6:57 (pp). Duluth scores a tic-tac-toe power-play goal with three consecutive cross-seam passes. Farley ends up back door and he’s so wide open that he whiffs on the first chance and still puts it in before Saunders or the ‘D’ can get there.

Duluth 3, UND 2 — Austin Farley (Andy Welinski) 10:03. Welinski sends what looks like a harmless shot to the crease area. Saunders stops it, but is unable to cover before Farley gets his stick in there and knocks it five-hole. The puck barely has enough to trickle across the goal line and there are no ‘D’ on the far side to sweep it out.

Duluth 3, UND 3 — Danny Kristo (Drake Caggiula, Nick Mattson) 10:39. Kristo dumps the puck in the zone, Caggiula chases it down and makes a beautiful drop pass to Kristo in the left circle. Kristo picks the corner for his second of the game.

Third period

UND 4, Duluth 3 — Rocco Grimaldi (Colten St. Clair, Drake Caggiula) 12:47. St. Clair makes a really nice pass out of the corner to Grimaldi who shows his outstanding hands, making a quick play down low and flipping the puck high short side.

UND 4, Duluth 4 — Drew Olson (Derik Johnson) 14:08. UND gets mixed up defensively and Olson is left wide open at the left point. He walks it down and scores high to tie the game.


No scoring.

UND’s lines

7 Danny Kristo–10 Corban Knight–27 Carter Rowney
21 Brendan O’Donnell–16 Mark MacMillan–13 Connor Gaarder
9 Drake Caggiula–19 Rocco Grimaldi–15 Michael Parks
28 Stephane Pattyn–17 Colten St. Clair–11 Derek Rodwell

2 Andrew MacWilliam–5 Nick Mattson
4 Derek Forbort–24 Jordan Schmaltz
18 Dillon Simpson–20 Joe Gleason

33 Clarke Saunders
31 Zane Gothberg
35 Tate Maris

Duluth’s lines

25 Justin Crandall–21 Caleb Herbert–18 Joe Basaraba
11 Austin Farley–13 Tony Cameranesi–17 Mike Seidel
20 Cody Danberg–15 Jake Hendrickson–14 Keegan Flaherty
10 Dan DeLisle–19 Max Tardy–26 Adam Krause

8 Drew Olson–7 Andy Welinski
28 Wade Bergman–6 Derik Johnson
16 Tim Smith–5 Chris Casto

31 Aaron Crandall
36 Matt McNeely

5 Responses

  1. Don in Denver

    Brad, is Stephane Pattyn (1 point) better than Bryn Chyzyk (3 points)? Or is it giving the Sophomore a leg up over the Freshman?

    1. JB

      If Chyzyk has 3 points and Pattyn has 1 then Chyzyk is 3 times better than Pattyn. I’ll let coach Hakstol know he screwed up.

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