Gameday final: UND 4, SCSU 1

TONIGHT’S VIEWING: ESPNU, ESPN3.com. Lineup notes: Same lines for UND. As expected, Brodzinski is in for St. Cloud State. Full lines and live chat are below.

First period

St. Cloud State 1, UND 0 — Jimmy Murray (Joe Rehkamp) 1:29. Rehkamp goes forward with the draw and gets it to Murray, who snaps a shot past McIntyre five-hole just 89 seconds in.

St. Cloud State 1, UND 1 — Andrew Panzarella (Tucker Poolman) 8:59. A great forecheck by Poolman leads to a UND goal. Panzarella gets the puck at the point and blasts one through traffic, off the post and in.

Second period

UND 2, St. Cloud State 1 — Drake Caggiula 18 6:49. Caggiula gets the puck in the neutral zone and skates in the offensive zone with speed. He toe drags around a Husky defender to get space and spans a shot on net. Lindgren makes the initial save but the rebound hits off of a SCSU defender and goes in.

Third period

UND 3, St. Cloud State 1 — Luke Johnson 2:53. Johnson has the puck in the corner, turns around and whips one toward the net. The puck hits the crossbar, goes up in the air and lands behind Lindgren and in the net.

UND 4, St. Cloud State 1 — Colten St. Clair 19:22 (en).

UND’s lines

9 Drake Caggiula–27 Luke Johnson–15 Michael Parks
28 Stephane Pattyn–8 Nick Schmaltz–7 Wade Murphy
29 Bryn Chyzyk–17 Colten St. Clair–3 Tucker Poolman
21 Brendan O’Donnell–13 Connor Gaarder–14 Austin Poganski

22 Andrew Panzarella–24 Jordan Schmaltz
5 Nick Mattson–6 Paul LaDue
20 Gage Ausmus–2 Troy Stecher

31 Zane McIntyre
33 Cam Johnson
30 Matt Hrynkiw

St. Cloud State’s lines

42 Blake Winiecki–11 Kalle Kossila–22 Jonny Brodzinski
9 Joey Benik–13 David Morley–63 Patrick Russell
16 Jimmy Murray–37 Joe Rehkamp–17 Judd Peterson
4 Ben Storm–27 Nick Oliver–21 Brooks Bertsch

28 Andrew Prochno–12 Ethan Prow
5 Nathan Widman–40 Tim Daly
7 Niklas Nevalainen–2 Jarrod Rabey

35 Charlie Lindgren
45 Rasmus Reijola

Gameday final: UND 4, Quinnipiac 1

TONIGHT’S VIEWING: ESPNU, ESPN3.com. Lineup notes: UND goes with expected lines. Sam Anas is playing for Quinnipiac. Full lines and live chat are below.

First period

UND 1, Quinnipiac 0 — Tucker Poolman (Paul LaDue, Stephane Pattyn) 12:59 (pp). LaDue moves the puck to Poolman at the left point. Poolman settles it and picks the corner through traffic.

Second period

UND 2, Quinnipiac 0 — Bryn Chyzyk (Gage Ausmus) 7:09. Ausmus holds a puck at the point and puts it in the corner, where Chyzyk gets it and blindly throws one toward the net. It hits Garteig and goes in for his first goal in 15 games. That’s one Garteig will want back.

UND 3, Quinnipiac 0 — Drake Caggiula (Troy Stecher) 9:55 (sh). Skating four-on-three, Stecher wins a battle and skates the puck out of the zone on a 2-on-1 the other way. Stecher feeds Caggiula, who buries UND’s 10th shorthanded goal of the season.

Third period

UND 3, Quinnipiac 1 — Andrew Taverner (Bo Pieper, Tanner MacMaster) 18:34 (pp) (ex). Taverner one-timed a Pieper pass to break up McIntyre’s shutout bid.

UND 4, Quinnipiac 1 — Luke Johnson (Drake Caggiula) 19:44 (sh) (en). Johnson ices the game with an empty-netter.

UND’s lines

9 Drake Caggiula–27 Luke Johnson–15 Michael Parks
28 Stephane Pattyn–8 Nick Schmaltz–7 Wade Murphy
29 Bryn Chyzyk–17 Colten St. Clair–3 Tucker Poolman
21 Brendan O’Donnell–13 Connor Gaarder–14 Austin Poganski

4 Keaton Thompson–24 Jordan Schmaltz
5 Nick Mattson–6 Paul LaDue
20 Gage Ausmus–2 Troy Stecher

31 Zane McIntyre
33 Cam Johnson
30 Matt Hrynkiw

Quinnipiac’s lines

8 Alex Barron–26 Travis St. Denis–19 Tanner MacMaster
18 Soren Jonzzon–20 Matthew Peca–16 Landon Smith
39 Andrew Taverner–23 Tommy Schutt–7 Sam Anas
2 Brayden Sherbinn–11 Tim Clifton–24 Bo Pieper

22 Danny Federico–4 Connor Clifton
14 Derek Smith–12 Justin Agosta
6 Devon Toews–27 Kevin McKernan

34 Michael Garteig
29 Sean Lawrence
35 Jacob Meyers

Gameday final: Denver 5, UND 1

TODAY’S VIEWING: NCHC.tv (single-day subscription) only. No TV. Lineup notes: UND switches three of four forward lines, keeping only the Gaarder unit together. Murphy comes in for Olson on the fourth line. Denver is holding out Joey LaLeggia and Daniel Doremus.

First period

UND 1, Denver 0 — Connor Gaarder (Brendan O’Donnell, Tucker Poolman) 14:34. O’Donnell pressures Jaillet behind the net, forces a turnover and sends a backhand pass to Gaarder in the left circle. Gaarder one-times it past Jaillet to give UND the lead.

UND 1, Denver 1 — Josiah Didier 15:07. UND gets disjointed in the defensive zone and the puck eventually gets out high to Didier, who has space. As everyone collapses around the net, Didier fires one through the maze of bodies and it beats McIntyre stick side.

Denver 2, UND 1 — Quentin Shore (Nolan Zajac, Ty Loney) 17:50. Denver has a four-on-three rush. Zajac, on the right side, drops a pass to the trailer, Shore, who one-times one past McIntyre from the left circle.

Second period

Denver 3, UND 1 — Matt Tabrum (Matt VanVoohris, Nolan Zajac) 10:27. VanVoohris finds Tabrum at the top of the left circle with a cross-ice pass and Tabrum blasts it in with a one-timer.

Third period

Denver 4, UND 1 — Nick Neville (Grant Arnold, Matt Tabrum) 6:02. Neville blasts a point shot that goes off of LaDue’s leg and in for his first-career goal.

Denver 5, UND 1 — Emil Romig (Trevor Moore) 17:50. Mattson fans on a one-timer at the point, Moore takes it on a 2-on-1 rush. He executes it perfectly, feeding Romig for the easy goal.

UND’s lines

9 Drake Caggiula–27 Luke Johnson–15 Michael Parks
28 Stephane Pattyn–8 Nick Schmaltz–3 Tucker Poolman
21 Brendan O’Donnell–13 Connor Gaarder–14 Austin Poganski
29 Bryn Chyzyk–10 Johnny Simonson–7 Wade Murphy

4 Keaton Thompson–24 Jordan Schmaltz
5 Nick Mattson–6 Paul LaDue
20 Gage Aumsus–2 Troy Stecher

31 Zane McIntyre
33 Cam Johnson

Denver’s lines

8 Trevor Moore–20 Danton Heinen–18 Emil Romig
26 Evan Janssen–27 Quentin Shore–12 Ty Loney
16 Zac Larraza–9 Gabe Levin–23 Matt Marcinew
6 Matt VanVoorhis–25 Matt Tabrum–38 Grant Arnold

7 Will Butcher–11 Nolan Zajac
28 Adam Plant–4 Josiah Didier
3 Tariq Hammond–2 Nick Neville

36 Tanner Jaillet
31 Evan Cowley

Gameday final: SCSU 3, UND 1

TODAY’S VIEWING: CBS Sports Network. No webcast. Lineup notes: Colten St. Clair and Mark MacMillan out for UND. SCSU will play without Kalle Kossila and Andrew Prochno. Full lines and live chat are below.

First period

UND 1, St. Cloud State 0 — Keaton Thompson (Tucker Poolman, Johnny Simonson) 15:02. A strong shift by the fourth line eventually leads to a goal. Poolman and Pattyn get on the ice after a change, dig a puck from the end wall and get it to Thompson at the point. His slap shot gets through tons of traffic — Pattyn and Simonson camped out on top of the crease.

St. Cloud State 1, UND 1 — David Morley (Jonny Brodzinski, Ethan Prow) 19:35. The Huskies sustain some pressure, Brodzinski circles the net and finds Morley camped on top of the crease. He easily taps it in to tie.

St. Cloud State 2, UND 1 — Joey Benik (Patrick Russell) 19:54. The Huskies tack on a second goal in the final :25 seconds of the period after a turnover. Benik feeds Russell in the slot. Russell gets tied up by a pair of UND defenders, but the puck deflects to the side of the net, where Benik has tons of room to shoot.

Second period

No scoring.

Third period

St. Cloud State 3, UND 1 — Joe Rehkamp 18:55 (en). Rehkamp puts one into the empty net to seal the victory for the Huskies.

UND’s lines

28 Stephane Pattyn–27 Luke Johnson–3 Tucker Poolman
9 Drake Caggiula–8 Nick Schmaltz–15 Michael Parks
21 Brendan O’Donnell–13 Connor Gaarder–14 Austin Poganski
29 Bryn Chyzyk–10 Johnny Simonson–11 Trevor Olson

4 Keaton Thompson–24 Jordan Schmaltz
5 Nick Mattson–6 Paul LaDue
20 Gage Ausmus–2 Troy Stecher

31 Zane McIntyre
33 Cam Johnson

St. Cloud State’s lines

42 Blake Winiecki–22 Jonny Brodzinski–16 Jimmy Murray
9 Joey Benik–13 David Morley–63 Patrick Russell
4 Ben Storm–37 Joe Rehkamp–17 Judd Peterson
6 Daniel Tedesco–27 Nick Oliver–21 Brooks Bertsch

7 Niklas Nevalainen–12 Ethan Prow
5 Nathan Widman–40 Tim Daly
26 Mike Ilvonen–2 Jarrod Rabey

35 Charlie Lindgren
45 Rasmus Reijola

Gameday final: UND 3, CC 2

TONIGHT’S VIEWING: Midco Sports Network, NCHC.tv. Lineup notes: UND goes with the lines it finished Friday’s game with, swapping Poolman and Parks. CC changes every line, demoting Fejes to the unit with two defensemen. He’ll probably be used elsewhere during the game. Full lines and live chat are below.

First period

Colorado College 1, UND 0 — Teemu Kivihalme (Cody Bradley, Alex Roos) 15:23. It takes the Tigers about 12 minutes to get a shot on goal, but they convert first when Kivihalme blasts a one-timer from the point past McIntyre on the glove side.

Colorado College 1, UND 1 — Jordan Schmaltz (Nick Schmaltz, Michael Parks) 16:16. UND answers right back with a big shift and a goal. Parks wins a couple battles along the end wall and gets it to Nick in the left circle. He has a good look, but spots his brother in the right circle and feeds him. Jordan finishes it.

Second period

UND 2, Colorado College 1 — Brendan O’Donnell (Nick Mattson, Austin Poganski) 9:20. Another fantastic shift by Mattson leads to a UND goal. After he makes a nice hold, Mattson skates the puck to the low left circle and sends a perfect cross-ice pass to O’Donnell, who one-times it in the right circle to give UND the lead.

Third period

UND 2, Colorado College 2 — Luc Gerdes (Cody Bradley, Hunter Fejes) 6:10. After a Pattyn turnover in the offensive zone, the Tigers transition and tie it up. Gerdes shoots one from a tight angle that trickles past McIntyre.

UND 3, Colorado College 2 — Connor Gaarder (Austin Poganski, Bryn Chyzyk) 18:38. Chyzyk makes a terrific touch pass in the neutral zone to send Poganski and Gaarder in the zone on a 2-on-1. Poganski makes a pass and Gaarder goes top shelf with the backhand to give UND a late lead.

UND’s lines

28 Stephane Pattyn–27 Luke Johnson–3 Tucker Poolman
9 Drake Caggiula–8 Nick Schmaltz–15 Michael Parks
21 Brendan O’Donnell–13 Connor Gaarder–14 Austin Poganski
29 Bryn Chyzyk–10 Johnny Simonson–11 Trevor Olson

4 Keaton Thompson–24 Jordan Schmaltz
5 Nick Mattson–6 Paul LaDue
20 Gage Ausmus–2 Troy Stecher

31 Zane McIntyre
33 Cam Johnson

Out of lineup: Mark MacMillan (inj), Colten St. Clair (inj), Wade Murphy, Coltyn Sanderson, Andrew Panzarella, Matt Hrynkiw

Colorado College’s lines

23 Matt Hansen–13 Cody Bradley–28 Alex Roos
18 Scott Wamsganz–9 Sam Rothstein–8 Luc Gerdes
22 Peter Maric–15 Christian Heil–17 Charlie Taft
3 Michael King–11 Hunter Fejes–4 Duggie Lagrone

6 Peter Stoykewych–16 Teemu Kivihalme
27 Aaron Harstad–5 Jaccob Slavin
20 Ian Young–7 Garrett Cecere

33 Tyler Marble
35 Chase Perry
30 Derek Shatzer

Officials: Scott Bokal and Nick Krebsbach

Gameday final: UND 5, CC 1

TONIGHT’S VIEWING: Midco Sports Network, NCHC.tv. Lineup notes: St. Clair is out for UND. North Dakota juggles every line but Gaarder’s. Full lines below. Live chat will soon appear.

First period

UND 1, Colorado College 0 — Brendan O’Donnell (Nick Mattson, Paul LaDue) 8:01 (pp). Mattson makes three nice setups on the power play and O’Donnell makes the third one count. Mattson fires a pass from the left circle to O’Donnell in the slot. He rifles a one-timer past Marble on the blocker side with Pattyn camped out in front.

Second period

UND 2 Colorado College 0 — Nick Mattson 14:48. After heavy pressure by the Simonson line, Stoykewych tries a desperation clear. Mattson picks it off at the top of the circle and rips a heavy shot past Marble for his second point of the game.

UND 3, Colorado College 0 — Connor Gaarder (Austin Poganski) 19:56. Poganski makes a tenacious play to steal the puck from a Tiger player and turns it up the other way. He feeds Gaarder, who snaps a shot on Marble. The Tiger goalie makes the initial stop, but Gaarder follows it up and scores for the fourth time in five games.

Third period

UND 3, Colorado College 1 — Matt Hansen 2:14. Hansen picks off a clearing attempt in the high slot and throws a no-look turnaround shot on net that beats McIntyre.

UND 4, Colorado College 1 — Paul LaDue (Nick Mattson, Luke Johnson) 4:01. LaDue gets the puck along the wall just inside the blue line and flicks a wrist shot through a Pattyn screen. Marble can’t find it and UND answers the Tiger goal quickly.

UND 5, Colorado College 1 — Tucker Poolman (Troy Stecher, Stephane Pattyn) 7:07. Stecher makes a nice play to curl out of the corner and connect with Poolman at the point with a long pass. Poolman blasts one that Marble stops, but Kivihalme accidentally taps the rebound past his own goalie. Marble is yanked after the goal.

UND’s lines

28 Stephane Pattyn–27 Luke Johnson–15 Michael Parks
9 Drake Caggiula–8 Nick Schmaltz–3 Tucker Poolman
21 Brendan O’Donnell–13 Connor Gaarder–14 Austin Poganski
29 Bryn Chyzyk–10 Johnny Simonson–11 Trevor Olson

4 Keaton Thompson–24 Jordan Schmaltz
5 Nick Mattson–6 Paul LaDue
20 Gage Ausmus–2 Troy Stecher

31 Zane McIntyre
33 Cam Johnson

Out of lineup: Mark MacMillan (inj), Colten St. Clair (inj), Wade Murphy, Coltyn Sanderson, Andrew Panzarella, Matt Hrynkiw

Colorado College’s lines

9 Sam Rothstein–13 Cody Bradley–18 Scott Wamsganz
22 Peter Maric–15 Christian Heil–8 Luc Gerdes
11 Hunter Fejes–23 Matt Hansen–17 Charlie Taft
3 Michael King–28 Alex Roos–4 Duggie Lagrone

6 Peter Stoykewych–16 Teemu Kivihalme
27 Aaron Harstad–5 Jaccob Slavin
20 Ian Young–7 Garrett Cecere

33 Tyler Marble
35 Chase Perry
30 Derek Shatzer

Officials: Scott Bokal and Nick Krebsbach

Gameday final: Miami 6, UND 3

TONIGHT’S VIEWING: Fox College Sports Pacific (GF Ch. 315); DirecTV 608, DISH Network 449. Webcast at NCHC.tv. Lineup notes: UND going with Simonson for Olson. He’s playing up the middle on the third line. St. Clair goes back to right wing. Miami switches right wingers on three lines but same personnel. McKay starts in net.

First period

UND 1, Miami 0 — Luke Johnson (Stephane Pattyn, Gage Ausmus) 9:31. Schmaltz enters the zone and makes a drop pass for Ausmus as his linemates go to the crease area. Ausmus feeds it to Pattyn on the side of the crease, and Pattyn no-look backhands one to Johnson on the other side of the crease for a tic-tac-toe goal.

UND 1, Miami 1 — Austin Czarnik (Matthew Caito) 17:15. UND has a chance to get the puck out of the zone but can’t and Miami makes UND pay. McIntyre loses his stick and Czarnik puts home a long rebound off the end wall from a Caito shot.

Second period

Miami 2, UND 1 — Austin Czarnik (Sean Kuraly) 2:14 (sh). UND’s second power play unit has an ugly shift and Miami puts on a lot of pressure. Eventually, Kuraly launches a shot that takes a long rebound off the end wall and Czarnik puts it in for his second of the game. He had two goals all season coming into today.

Miami 3, UND 1 — Blake Coleman (Taylor Richart) 2:51. Miami quickly tacks on its second goal in 37 seconds on a net-mouth scramble. Coleman, another senior, puts it in to give Miami a two-goal cushion.

Miami 3, UND 2 — Luke Johnson 6:00. The puck hops the stick of Paulides at the blue line and Johnson takes it from him and goes on a breakaway. He picks the glove side on McKay to pull UND back within a goal.

Miami 4, UND 2 — Austin Czarnik 16:48 (sh). Czarnik gets the puck shorthanded, uses his speed to blow past LaDue. He tries to make a move on top of the crease and loses the puck, but it goes off his skate and in for the hat trick goal.

Third period

Miami 4, UND 3 — Drake Caggiula (Jordan Schmaltz, Nick Schmaltz) :32 (pp). UND converts a five-on-three power play to bring UND within one. Jordan’s one-time blast grazes off the post, hits the back wall and bounces out to the other side, where Caggiula uses quick hands to tap it in.

Miami 5, UND 3 — Riley Barber (Czarnik) 1:44. Czarnik wins a draw back to Barber, who snaps one past the left pad of McIntyre to help Miami regain the two-goal lead.

Miami 6, UND 3 — Anthony Louis 19:50 (en). Louis sends one into the empty net to ice this one and secure home ice for Miami.

UND’s lines

3 Tucker Poolman–9 Drake Caggiula–15 Michael Parks
28 Stephane Pattyn–8 Nick Schmaltz–27 Luke Johnson
29 Bryn Chyzyk–10 Johnny Simonson–17 Colten St. Clair
21 Brendan O’Donnell–13 Connor Gaarder–14 Austin Poganski

4 Keaton Thompson–24 Jordan Schmaltz
20 Gage Ausmus–2 Troy Stecher
5 Nick Mattson–6 Paul LaDue

31 Zane McIntyre
33 Cam Johnson

UND’s extras eligible to play: Andrew Panzarella, Trevor Olson

Miami’s lines

42 Conor Lemirande–26 Justin Greenberg–33 Andrew Schmit
14 Cody Murphy–25 Blake Coleman–11 Riley Barber
10 Alex Wideman–9 Sean Kuraly–12 Alex Gacek
95 Anthony Louis–7 Austin Czarnik–22 Kevin Morris

58 Louie Belpedio–8 Matthew Caito
5 Chris Joyaux–28 Ben Paulides
27 Scott Dornbrock–2 Taylor Richart

35 Ryan McKay
1 Jay Williams
32 Anthony Jacaruso

Gameday final: UND 2, Miami 1

TONIGHT’S VIEWING: CBS Sports Network (GF 314, DirecTV 221, Dish Network 158). Lineup notes: Caggiula takes MacMillan’s spot on top line. Olson comes back in for the first time since before Christmas. Full lines and live chat are below.

First period

UND 1, Miami 0 — Keaton Thompson (Drake Caggiula) 2:43. Caggiula wins the draw to Thompson, who skates the puck to the end line and fires a horrible angle shot that somehow hits Williams and goes in five-hole. WATCH THE GOAL HERE.

Second period

UND 2, Miami 0 — Connor Gaarder (Austin Poganski, Paul LaDue) 1:56. After a couple good chances for Miami, UND scores in transition. Poganski, skating up the right side, makes a nice drop pass for Gaarder, who rips a shot past the glove of Williams. Gaarder has now scored in three straight games.

UND 2, Miami 1 — Sean Kuraly (Matthew Caito, Riley Barber) 7:49 (pp). A massive scramble ensues in the dot after a faceoff and Miami eventually works it to the point. McIntyre stops two shots, but Kuraly is open back door and puts home the rebound of the second one. It’s his sixth goal in eight games against UND.

Third period

Scoreless.

UND’s lines

3 Tucker Poolman–9 Drake Caggiula–15 Michael Parks
28 Stephane Pattyn–8 Nick Schmaltz–27 Luke Johnson
29 Bryn Chyzyk–17 Colten St. Clair–11 Trevor Olson
21 Brendan O’Donnell–13 Connor Gaarder–14 Austin Poganski

4 Keaton Thompson–24 Jordan Schmaltz
20 Gage Ausmus–2 Troy Stecher
5 Nick Mattson–6 Paul LaDue

31 Zane McIntyre
33 Cam Johnson

UND’s extras eligible to play: Andrew Panzarella, Johnny Simonson

Miami’s lines

42 Conor Lemirande–26 Justin Greenberg–22 Kevin Morris
14 Cody Murphy–25 Blake Coleman–33 Andrew Schmit
10 Alex Wideman–9 Sean Kuraly–12 Alex Gacek
95 Anthony Louis–7 Austin Czarnik–11 Riley Barber

58 Louie Belpedio–8 Matthew Caito
5 Chris Joyaux–28 Ben Paulides
27 Scott Dornbrock–2 Taylor Richart

1 Jay Williams
35 Ryan McKay
32 Anthony Jacaruso

Gameday final: UND 3, SCSU 1

TONIGHT’S VIEWING: Midco Sports Network (GF 27/622 HD), Fox College Sports Atlantic, DirecTV 608, Dish Network 449. Notes: No lineup changes for UND. Full lines and live chat are below. Huskies go with Peterson for Bertsch up front and Rabey for Ilvonen on D.

First period

UND 1, St. Cloud State 0 — Austin Poganski (Connor Gaarder, Brendan O’Donnell) 7:53. O’Donnell has the puck below the goal line and made a centering party to Gaarder, who put a backhand on the net. Lindgren kicked the rebound near the goal line and Gaarder swatted at it again. Lindgren stopped that one, but Poganski made a diving attempt and slid the puck underneath Lindgren’s glove.

Second period

UND 2, St. Cloud State 0 — Connor Gaarder (Tucker Poolman, Keaton Thompson) 6:58. UND gets the puck down low and Poolman shoots from an angle. The rebound comes out to the post and Gaarder picks it up and wraps it. Lindgren gets caught on his own player, Oliver, and can’t get across.

UND 3, St. Cloud State 0 — Nick Mattson (Paul LaDue) 19:19 (pp). Another senior. Mattson stays red hot and blasts a point shot through a screen to give UND a three-goal lead.

Third period

UND 3, St. Cloud State 1 — Ethan Prow (Judd Peterson, Joe Rehkamp) 4:43 (pp). The Huskies win a draw and get the puck to Prow at the top of the zone. He walks it until he spots a lane through traffic and fires one past McIntyre.

UND’s lines

3 Tucker Poolman–16 Mark MacMillan–15 Michael Parks
29 Bryn Chyzyk–9 Drake Caggiula–27 Luke Johnson
28 Stephane Pattyn–8 Nick Schmaltz–17 Colten St. Clair
21 Brendan O’Donnell–13 Connor Gaarder–14 Austin Poganski

4 Keaton Thompson–24 Jordan Schmaltz
20 Gage Ausmus–2 Troy Stecher
5 Nick Mattson–6 Paul LaDue

31 Zane McIntyre
33 Cam Johnson
30 Matt Hrynkiw

St. Cloud State’s lines

16 Jimmy Murray–11 Kalle Kossila–22 Jonny Brodzinski
9 Joey Benik–13 David Morley–63 Patrick Russell
42 Blake Winiecki–37 Joe Rehkamp–17 Judd Peterson
4 Ben Storm–27 Nick Oliver–6 Daniel Tedesco

28 Andrew Prochno–12 Ethan Prow
5 Nathan Widman–40 Tim Daly
7 Niklas Nevalainen–2Jarrod Rabey

35 Charlie Lindgren
45 Rasmus Reijola

Women’s final: UND 2, OSU 1, 3 OT

Notes: No lineup changes for UND. Ohio State makes a change in net, one of many changes for the Buckeyes.

First period

No scoring.

Second period

UND 1, Ohio State 0 — Samantha Hanson (Meghan Dufault) 9:03. Dufault wins a draw cleanly back to Hanson, who blasts a slap shot through a Jensen screen to give UND the first lead.

UND 1, Ohio State 1 — Kayla Sullivan (Danielle Gagne, Sara Schmitt) 19:23. UND gets outnumbered down low and Gagne feeds Sullivan for backdoor tap-in to tie the game.

Third period

No scoring.

Overtime

No scoring.

Second overtime

No scoring.

Third overtime

UND 2, Ohio State 1 — Amy Menke (Meghan Dufault, Becca Kohler) 3:17. UND punches its ticket to the Final Faceoff with a two-on-one goal in transition. Dufault, coming up the left side, feeds Menke, who buries it to end the second-longest game in program history.

UND’s lines

51 Becca Kohler–19 Meghan Dufault–21 Amy Menke
10 Andrea Dalen–63 Josefine Jakobsen–25 Leah Jensen
15 Kayla Gardner–11 Shannon Kaiser–13 Layla Marvin
16 Tori Williams–14 Marissa Salo–4 Sam LaShomb

6 Gracen Hirschy–18 Halli Krzyzanaiak
22 Tanja Eisenschmid–8 Samantha Hanson
5 Johanna Fallman–7 Jordan Hampton

1 Shelby Amsley-Benzie
29 Lexie Shaw
34 Annie Chipman

Ohio State’s lines

18 Julianna Iafallo–6 Taylor Kuehl–19 Danielle Gagne
24 Claudia Kepler–27 Lauren Spring–17 Julia McKinnon
26 Kendall Curtis–7 Kayla Sullivan–16 Melani Moylan
9 Bryanna Neuwald–13 Jessica Dunne–14 Maggie Rothgery

22 Sara Schmitt–2 Cara Zubko
10 Kara Gust–21 Alexa Ranahan
20 Kari Schmitt–8 Dani Sadek

32 Kassidy Sauve
39 Stacy Danczak
35 Selena Hunter