Gameday final: UND 3, SCSU 2

TONIGHT’S VIEWING INFO: Charter (Ch. 426/823), Comcast (Ch. 999); NCHC.tv. Lineup notes: Chyzyk unable to go after sustaining an injury Friday night. Murphy is out. Olson is in. Poolman is playing forward. Mattson is in on D. St. Cloud State is going with Milan for Winiecki at forward and Nevalainen for Storm at D.

First period

UND 1, St. Cloud State 0 — Trevor Olson (Johnny Simonson, Austin Poganski) 2:53. Poganski corrals a puck in the slot area and does a turnaround shot, which goes to Simonson in the right circle. Simonson hits Olson on the other side of the crease and Olson has a wide-open net for his first-career goal.

UND 2, St. Cloud State 0 — Brendan O’Donnell (Colten St. Clair, Jordan Schmaltz) 4:10. St. Clair sends O’Donnell and Johnson on a 2-on-1 rush. O’Donnell, flying up the right wing, makes a quick stickhandle to get around Prochno, then snipes the glove-side corner of the net.

UND 2, St. Cloud State 1 — Patrick Russell (Jimmy Murray) 5:05. After a turnover in the neutral zone, Russell skates up the right wing on a three-on-one rush. LaDue takes away the pass and lets Russell shoot and he beats McIntyre on the Huskies’ first shot of the game.

Second period

UND 3, St. Cloud State 1 — Trevor Olson (Troy Stecher, Austin Poganski) 5:52. Poganski steals a puck from a Husky along the end wall and leaves it back for Stecher, who drives a shot on goal from a sharp angle. Lindgren kicks the rebound out to the slot, where the birthday boy finishes off his second of the game.

UND 3, St. Cloud State 2 — Joey Benik (Niklas Nevalainen) 13:29. Benik skates up the left wing and when he’s about two inches in front of the red line, he snaps one that beats McIntyre from a bad angle on the short side.

Third period

No scoring.

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UND’s lines

9 Drake Caggiula–16 Mark MacMillan–15 Michael Parks
21 Brendan O’Donnell–27 Luke Johnson–17 Colten St. Clair
28 Stephane Pattyn–13 Connor Gaarder–3 Tucker Poolman
11 Trevor Olson–10 Johnny Simonson–14 Austin Poganski

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

31 Zane McIntyre
33 Cam Johnson

Out of lineup: Nick Schmaltz (inj), Bryn Chyzyk (inj), Wade Murphy, Andrew Panzarella

St. Cloud State’s lines

9 Joey Benik–22 Jonny Brodzinski–13 David Morley
16 Jimmy Murray–11 Kalle Kossila–63 Patrick Russell
18 Garrett Milan–17 Judd Peterson–2 Jarrod Rabey
27 Nick Oliver–37 Joe Rehkamp–21 Brooks Bertsch

28 Andrew Prochno–40 Tim Daly
5 Nathan Widman–12 Ethan Prow
7 Niklas Nevalainen–26 Mika Ilvonen

35 Charlie Lindgren
45 Rasmus Reijola
33 Joseph Phillippi

Gameday final: SCSU 3, UND 1

TONIGHT’S VIEWING: FSN North Plus; Fox College Sports Pacific. Lineup notes: Poolman is in and Mattson is out on defense. Full lines and live chat are below.

First period

No scoring.

Second period

SCSU 1, UND 0 — Ethan Prow (Jonny Brodzinski, Joey Benik) 5:10 (pp). Prow winds up and blasts one from the point that deflects off of Parks’ stick and a UND defenseman before floating past McIntyre.

SCSU 1, UND 1 — Drake Caggiula (Tucker Poolman, Mark MacMillan) 13:09. MacMillan has the puck near the side of the net and tries to send a pass to the point. Peterson gets his stick on it, but the puck goes to Poolman, who one-times it on net. Lindgren makes the save but the rebound kicks to Caggiula, who catches it, drops it at his feet and slaps it in.

Third period

SCSU 2, UND 1 — Jonny Brodzinski (Nathan Widman, Patrick Russell) 1:38. The Huskies enter the zone on a rush and Widman sends a pass from the left circle to the high slot, where Brodzinski’s shot goes off of Pattyn’s back and in.

SCSU 3, UND 1 — Jonny Brodzinski (Joey Benik, Kalle Kossila) 9:43 (pp). Benik walks LaDue, throws a perfect saucer pass over another defender’s stick and Brodzinski is waiting on the other side to slam it home for a power-play goal.

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UND’s lines

16 Mark MacMillan–9 Drake Caggiula–15 Michael Parks
28 Stephane Pattyn–27 Luke Johnson–7 Wade Murphy
21 Brendan O’Donnell–13 Connor Gaarder–17 Colten St. Clair
29 Bryn Chyzyk–10 Johnny Simonson–14 Austin Poganski

20 Gage Ausmus–2 Troy Stecher
6 Paul LaDue–3 Tucker Poolman
4 Keaton Thompson–24 Jordan Schmaltz

31 Zane McIntyre
33 Cam Johnson

St. Cloud State’s lines

9 Joey Benik–22 Jonny Brodzinski–13 David Morley
16 Jimmy Murray–11 Kalle Kossila–63 Patrick Russell
42 Blake Winiecki–17 Judd Peterson–2 Jarrod Rabey
27 Nick Oliver–37 Joe Rehkamp–21 Brooks Bertsch

28 Andrew Prochno–40 Tim Daly
5 Nathan Widman–12 Ethan Prow
4 Ben Storm–26 Mika Ilvonen

35 Charlie Lindgren
45 Rasmus Reijola
33 Joseph Phillippi

Gameday final: UND 4, Miami 1

Tonight’s viewing: Midco Sports Network, Fox College Sports Central, DirecTV 608-1, DISH Network 447. Lineup notes: Wade Murphy and Nick Mattson are in for Austin Poganski and Tucker Poolman. Miami goes with Ryan McKay in net. Full lines and live chat are below.

First period

No scoring.

Second period

Miami 1, UND 0 — Anthony Louis (Ben Paulides, Alex Gacek) 1:07. Louis started a rush up the left wing and hit the trailer, Paulides. His shot is blocked, but Louis picks up the rebound in the slot and flips a backhand five-hole on McIntyre.

Miami 1, UND 1 — Mark MacMillan (Michael Parks) 3:47. Parks steals the puck from a Miami player in the zone, wheels around and spots MacMillan back door. Two RedHawk players go down to block the pass, but Parks somehow gets it through and MacMillan knocks in his sixth of the season.

UND 2, Miami 1 — Drake Caggiula (Bryn Chyzyk) 6:06. Caggiula scores a Goal of the Week candidate. Chyzyk sends Caggiula on a rush one-on-one with Paulides. Caggiula puts the puck between Paulides’ legs, skates around him and gets one-on-one with McKay. Caggiula makes a move to the backhand and slips it five-hole to give UND its first lead of the weekend.

UND 3, Miami 1 — Michael Parks (Mark MacMillan, Drake Caggiula) 15:22. MacMillan starts a rush up the right wing and threads a pass all the way across the ice to Parks, who launches a one-timer past McKay.

Third period

UND 4, Miami 1 — Drake Caggiula (Jordan Schmaltz, Nick Mattson) 9:07 (pp). UND whips the puck around, eventually getting it to Caggiula on top of the right circle. Caggiula snaps a shot through a MacMillan screen and five-hole on McKay.

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UND’s lines

16 Mark MacMillan–9 Drake Caggiula–15 Michael Parks
28 Stephane Pattyn–27 Luke Johnson–7 Wade Murphy
21 Brendan O’Donnell–13 Connor Gaarder–17 Colten St. Clair
29 Bryn Chyzyk–10 Johnny Simonson–11 Trevor Olson

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

31 Zane McIntyre
33 Cam Johnson
30 Matt Hrynkiw

Miami’s lines

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

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

35 Ryan McKay
1 Jay Williams

Gameday final: Miami 3, UND 2

Tonight’s viewing: Midco Sports Network, NCHC.tv. Lineup notes: Mark MacMillan and Paul LaDue return to the lineup tonight. Nick Schmaltz is out. As expected, Blake Coleman is back in for the RedHawks.

First period

Miami 1, UND 0 — Alex Gacek (Anthony Louis, Sean Kuraly) 3:09. After a couple of bad turnovers, Miami gets an offensive zone faceoff and makes UND pay. Louis cycles a puck in the corner and it ends up going to the inside of the left circle, where Gacek spins and shoots one just inside the post.

Miami 2, UND 0 — Sean Kuraly (Alex Gacek, Matthew Caito) 4:15 (sh). Miami executes a 2-on-1 rush perfectly shorthanded. Gacek brings it up the left wing, freezes the defenseman Schmaltz and passes it over to Kuraly, who has an open net.

Miami 2, UND 1 — Michael Parks (Mark MacMillan, Drake Caggiula) 14:36. Parks collects the puck behind the net and quickly jams home a backhand wraparound before Williams can get over.

Second period

Miami 2, UND 2 — Drake Caggiula 1:22 (sh). UND scores yet another shorthanded goal when Caggiula takes it from Barber at the point, skates in and rips one off the post and in.

Miami 3, UND 2 — Sean Kuraly (Scott Dornbrock, Alex Wideman) 6:50 (pp). Dornbrock launches a point shot that takes a long bounce off the end wall right to Kuraly, who sneaks it behind McIntyre before he can get across.

Third period

No scoring.

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UND’s lines

28 Stephane Pattyn–27 Luke Johnson–11 Trevor Olson
16 Mark MacMillan–9 Drake Caggiula–15 Michael Parks
21 Brendan O’Donnell–13 Connor Gaarder–14 Austin Poganski
29 Bryn Chyzyk–10 Johnny Simonson–17 Colten St. Clair

6 Paul LaDue–24 Jordan Schmaltz
20 Gage Ausmus–2 Troy Stecher
4 Keaton Thompson–3 Tucker Poolman

31 Zane McIntyre
33 Cam Johnson
30 Matt Hrynkiw

Miami’s lines

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

Gameday final: UND 5, Wisconsin 1

VIEWING INFO: Tonight’s game is on Midco Sports Network. If you do not get Midco, watch a free stream here. Notes: Paul LaDue is out tonight. No word on his injury yet. He is replaced by Andrew Panzarella. That’s the only change. Full lines and live chat are below.

First period

UND 1, Wisconsin 0 — Brendan O’Donnell (Troy Stecher) 8:39. Stecher flies from his own end through the neutral zone and fires a shot on net that Rumpel kicks to the half wall. O’Donnell picks it up there, turns around and slaps one that gets past Rumpel on the far side. Probably one he wants back.

Second period

UND 1, Wisconsin 1 — Grant Besse (Jack Dougherty, Tim Davison) 6:16. Wisconsin kills a major to start the period, then puts on pressure. Right after Wagner hits the post on a breakaway, Besse re-enters the zone and snaps a shot high over McIntyre to tie the game.

UND 2, Wisconsin 1 — Drake Caggiula (Nick Schmaltz, Andrew Panzarella) 9:49. Panzarella taps a pass to Schmaltz, who enters the zone and watches Panzarella go to the net. Schmaltz, near the left-side boards, throws a pass all the way across the Olympic ice sheet to Caggiula, who one-times it past Rumpel.

Third period

UND 3, Wisconsin 1 — Luke Johnson 10:23. Johnson enters the zone on a rush and snaps a wrist shot. Rumpel doesn’t handle it cleanly and dives to cover, but Badger D Chase Drake accidentally buries it while trying to clear out the rebound.

UND 4, Wisconsin 1 — Troy Stecher (Michael Parks, Luke Johnson) 11:07. UND comes in the zone on a four-on-three rush. Stecher fakes a slap shot to get Dougherty out of the way, then snipes a wrister through a Parks screen.

UND 5, Wisconsin 1 — Gage Ausmus (Drake Caggiula, Michael Parks) 16:25. Ausmus tacks on another one one a point shot through traffic.

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UND’s lines

28 Stephane Pattyn–27 Luke Johnson–7 Wade Murphy
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–17 Colten St. Clair

22 Andrew Panzarella–24 Jordan Schmaltz
20 Gage Ausmus–2 Troy Stecher
4 Keaton Thompson–3 Tucker Poolman

31 Zane McIntyre
33 Cam Johnson

Wisconsin’s lines

16 Joseph LaBate–11 Adam Rockwood–24 Jedd Soleway
9 Morgan Zulinick–19 Cameron Hughes–12 Grant Besse
27 Matt Ustaski–13 Ryan Wagner–26 Brad Navin
23 Aidan Cavallini–8 Matt Pappe–3 Corbin McGuire

28 Kevin Schulze–4 Jack Dougherty
5 Chase Drake–10 Jake Linhart
6 Tim Davison–7 Keegan Ford

33 Joel Rumpel
30 Landon Peterson

Gameday final: UND 4, Wisconsin 3

TONIGHT’S VIEWING: Webcast available here. You have to purchase the monthly option. NO television tonight. Notes: St. Clair and Thompson are in for Olson and Mattson.

First period

No scoring.

Second period

Wisconsin 1, UND 0 — Chase Drake (Morgan Zulinick, Grant Besse) 3:36 (pp). Right after UW blows an open-net look, Zulinick carries the puck deep in the zone before spotting Drake wide open at the point. He gets it to Drake and the senior wires one past McIntyre for the team’s first power-play goal of the year.

Wisconsin 1, UND 1 — Connor Gaarder (Keaton Thompson) 6:34 (pp). Gaarder wins a faceoff clean back to Thompson, who fires one through traffic on net. Gaarder battles a check in front, finds it and ties the game.

Wisconsin 2, UND 1 — Jedd Soleway (Joseph LaBate) 18:41. Stecher turns one over at the red line. Soleway skates in and blasts one off the post and in. The sophomore has two career goals. Both are off the post and in vs. McIntyre.

Third period

Wisconsin 2, UND 2 — Colten St. Clair (Luke Johnson, Keaton Thompson) 3:12. Wisconsin has four guys back, so Johnson pulls up in the zone and waits for help. He dishes it back to St. Clair, who fires one through a Pattyn screen and five-hole on Rumpel.

UND 3, Wisconsin 2 — Michael Parks (Jordan Schmaltz, Drake Caggiula) 8:18 (pp). UND has the puck in the zone for nearly the entire power play and eventually gets rewarded when Jordan skates the puck in the right circle and feeds Parks in the slot for a one-timer.

UND 4, Wisconsin 2 — Michael Parks 12:23 (sh). Drake can’t handle a puck at the blue line, Parks picks it from him and goes in alone. Parks snipes it high glove for UND’s sixth shorthanded goal of the season.

UND 4, Wisconsin 3 — Chase Drake (Cameron Hughes, Grant Besse) 19:41. Wisconsin gets possession of the puck in the zone and Drake launches a point shot through a Besse screen to make it a one-goal game.

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UND’s lines

28 Stephane Pattyn–27 Luke Johnson–7 Wade Murphy
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–17 Colten St. Clair

6 Paul LaDue–24 Jordan Schmaltz
20 Gage Ausmus–2 Troy Stecher
4 Keaton Thompson–3 Tucker Poolman

31 Zane McIntyre
33 Cam Johnson

Wisconsin’s lines

16 Joseph LaBate–11 Adam Rockwood–24 Jedd Soleway
9 Morgan Zulinick–19 Cameron Hughes–12 Grant Besse
27 Matt Ustaski–13 Ryan Wagner–26 Brad Navin
23 Aidan Cavallini–8 Matt Pappe–3 Corbin McGuire

28 Kevin Schulze–4 Jack Dougherty
5 Chase Drake–10 Jake Linhart
20 Eddie Wittchow–7 Keegan Ford

33 Joel Rumpel
30 Landon Peterson

Gameday final: UND 3, Air Force 2, OT

Tonight’s viewing: Midco Sports Network, NCHC.tv. Notes: UND goes with the same personnel as last Saturday’s game, just switching left wingers on two lines.

First period

Air Force 1, UND 0 — Erik Baskin (Ben Kucera, Will Vosejpka) 2:57. UND’s defenders battled for a loose puck along the end line. The puck flew out of the scrum directly to Baskin, who sniped the corner of the net with a one-timer.

Second period

Air Force 2, UND 0 — Scott Holm (Cole Gunner, Chad Demers) 3:10. Moments after Demers steps out of the box, Air Force’s top line puts together a tic-tac-toe passing play that ends with Holm burying a great feed from Gunner.

Third period

Air Force 2, UND 1 — Tucker Poolman (Stephane Pattyn, Luke Johnson) 6:53. Pattyn gives the puck to Poolman, who enters the zone, changes the angle of his shot and snaps one past Truehl from the top of the circle. Truehl may want that one back.

Air Force 2, UND 2 — Drake Caggiula (Nick Schmaltz, Michael Parks) 19:31 (ex). Parks takes the puck hard to the net. Nick finds the puck and tries to throw it on net, but it goes to the other side, where Caggiula buries it before Truehl can get over.

Overtime

UND 3, Air Force 2 — Bryn Chyzyk (Michael Parks) 4:53 (sh). Parks makes a strong play in the neutral zone to gather a puck and turn it back the other way. He makes a perfect feed to Chyzyk, who buries the shorthander for the winner.

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UND’s lines

28 Stephane Pattyn–27 Luke Johnson–15 Michael Parks
9 Drake Caggiula–8 Nick Schmaltz–7 Wade Murphy
21 Brendan O’Donnell–13 Connor Gaarder–11 Trevor Olson
29 Bryn Chyzyk–10 Johnny Simonson–14 Austin Poganski

6 Paul LaDue–24 Jordan Schmaltz
20 Gage Ausmus–2 Troy Stecher
5 Nick Mattson–3 Tucker Poolman

31 Zane McIntyre
33 Cam Johnson
30 Matt Hrynkiw

Out of lineup: Mark MacMillan (wirst), Keaton Thompson, Colten St. Clair, Andrew Panzarella, Coltyn Sanderson

Air Force’s lines

19 Scott Holm–17 Chad Demers–22 Cole Gunner
7 Matthew Meier–26 Ben Carey–18 George Michalke III
8 Max Hartner–13 Tyler Ledford–24 A.J. Reid
20 Will Vosejpka–14 Ben Kucera–27 Erik Baskin

3 Johnny Hrabovsky–11 Dan Weissenhofer
4 Phil Boje–52 Jonathan Kopacka
2 Kyle Mackey–55 Mike McDonald

30 Chris Truehl
31 Connor Girard
41 Austin Priebe

Women’s final: UW 3, UND 2

First period

No scoring.

Second period

UND 1, Wisconsin 0 — Leah Jensen (Amy Menke) 9:21. UND carries the puck in the zone and gets a scoring chance when Gardner shoots a turnaround shot from the high slot. Menke tracks down the rebound, curls around the right circle and fires a backhand on goal. Jensen finds the rebound.

UND 1, Wisconsin 1 — Courtney Burke (Brittany Ammerman, Katy Harding) 13:13 (pp). Burke gets the puck at the point and launches one toward the net. There aren’t any Badger players on top of the crease, Amsley-Benzie is screened by Fallman.

Wisconsin 2, UND 1 — Brittany Ammerman (Jenny Ryan, Mellissa Channell) 17:21. UND is unable to get the puck out of the zone and Ryan ends up with it at the point. She sends the puck to the slot area, where Ammerman makes a brilliant re-direct high over Amsley-Benzie.

Third period

Wisconsin 3, UND 1 — Sarah Nurse 2:34. Nurse carries the puck in the zone on a two-on-two rush, goes to the top of the left circle and launches a shot off the post and in.

Wisconsin 3, UND 2 — Meghan Dufault (Gracen Hirschy, Jordan Hampton) 19:42 (ex). With the goalie pulled, Hampton launches a shot from the point. Hirschy deflects it on net and Desbiens makes the save, but Dufault pounces on the rebound.

UND’s lines

51 Becca Kohler–63 Josefine Jakobsen–19 Meghan Dufault
21 Amy Menke–15 Kayla Gardner–25 Leah Jensen
10 Andrea Dalen–55 Lisa Marvin–13 Layla Marvin
11 Shannon Kaiser–14 Marissa Salo

22 Tanja Eisenschmid–8 Samantha Hanson
6 Gracen Hirschy–7 Jordan Hampton
5 Johanna Fallman–16 Tori Williams
4 Sam LaShomb

1 Shelby Amsley-Benzie
29 Lexie Shaw
34 Annie Chipman

Wisconsin’s lines

16 Sarah Nurse–11 Sydney McKibbon–21 Baylee Wellhausen
10 Brittany Ammerman–8 Katy Harding–12 Katy Josephs
25 Erika Sowchuk–9 Molly Doner
27 Rachel Jones–20 Mikayla Johnson–23 Kim Drake

6 Courtney Burke–3 Maddie Rolfes
13 Katarina Zgraja–14 Lauren Williams
2 Mellissa Channell–5 Jenny Ryan

30 Ann-Renee Desbiens
1 Jorie Walters
32 Megan Miller

Women’s final: UND 3, UW 3 (UND wins SO)

First period

Wisconsin 1, UND 0 — Sarah Nurse (Katy Josephs) 10:17. Josephs starts a 2-on-1 rush and feeds Nurse in the slot. Nurse one-times it five-hole on Amsley-Benzie.

Wisconsin 2, UND 0 — Katy Josephs (Sydney McKibbon, Sarah Nurse) 18:34. Josephs, a forward, circles the zone and ends up at the top. She fires through a McKibbon screen on top of the crease.

Second period

Wisconsin 2, UND 1 — Gracen Hirschy (Andrea Dalen, Jordan Hampton) :58. Dalen carries the puck in the right circle and throws a puck on net. She finds it again and takes another swat at it. The puck goes to the other side, where Hirschy bats it in.

Wisconsin 2, UND 2 — Andrea Dalen 2:12. Dalen carries the puck from the left circle to behind the net. When she’s behind the net, Dalen attempts to center a pass, but it goes off of Zgraja’s stick and behind Desbiens.

Third period

UND 3, Wisconsin 2 — Becca Kohler (Meghan Dufault, Johanna Fallman) 3:19. Dufault and Kohler enter the zone together and Dufault makes a great play to create space, then dish the puck to Kohler, who rifles a shot just under the crossbar.

UND 3, Wisconsin 3 — Brittany Ammerman (Annie Pankowski, Sydney McKibbon) 19:20 (ex). UND, headed for the empty net, turns the puck over at the red line and Wisconsin comes back down and scores when Ammerman buries a loose puck near the post with 39.3 seconds left.

Overtime

No scoring.

Shootout

UW — Ammerman miss wide
UND — Gardner poke-checked
UW — Pankowski miss wide
UND — Dalen saved
UW — Josephs saved
UND — Kohler GOAL

UND’s lines

51 Becca Kohler–63 Josefine Jakobsen–19 Meghan Dufault
6 Gracen Hirschy–10 Andrea Dalen–13 Layla Marvin
15 Kayla Gardner–25 Leah Jensen–21 Amy Menke
11 Shannon Kaiser–55 Lisa Marvin–14 Marissa Salo

16 Tori Williams–4 Sam LaShomb
22 Tanja Eisenschmid–8 Samantha Hanson
5 Johanna Fallman–7 Jordan Hampton

1 Shelby Amsley-Benzie
29 Lexie Shaw
34 Annie Chipman

Wisconsin’s lines

10 Brittany Ammerman– Katy Hardin–19 Annie Pankowski
24 Karley Sylvester–25 Erika Sowchuk–21 Baylee Wellhausen
16 Sarah Nurse–11 Sydney McKibbon–12 Katy Josephs
20 Mikayla Johnson–9 Molly Doner–27 Rachel Jones

6 Courtney Burke–14 Lauren Williams
13 Katarina Zgraja–23 Kim Drake
2 Mellissa Channell–5 Jenny Ryan

30 Ann-Renee Desbiens
1 Jorie Walters
32 Megan Miller

Gameday final: UND 2, Providence 2

Viewing: Midco Sports Network; NCHC.tv. Notes: Mark MacMillan is out indefinitely after having wrist surgery Saturday morning. Read about that here. St. Clair also scratched. Poganski and Murphy are in. No changes for Providence. Full lines and live chat are below.

First period

UND 1, Providence 0 — Luke Johnson (Bryn Chyzyk, Troy Stecher) 13:16. Chyzyk gets the puck to the inside of the right circle, where a scramble ensues. Johnson finds it and somehow sneaks one past Gillies on the short side.

UND 1, Providence 1 — Nick Saracino (Anthony Florentino, John Gilmour) 18:00 (pp). The Friars capitalize on an extended 5-on-3 power play as Florentino launches a shot from the point that takes a long bounce off the end wall. Saracino gets to it, doesn’t catch all of the puck, but gets enough to flutter it behind McIntyre.

Second period

UND 2, Providence 1 — Austin Poganski (Bryn Chyzyk, Troy Stecher) 8:15. Chyzyk picks up the puck in the neutral zone with tons of speed, torches the Providence defender on the outside and takes it to the net. At the last second, he lets go of the puck and floats it to the other post, where Poganski taps in the first of his career.

Third period

UND 2, Providence 2 — Nick Saracino (Jake Walman) 19:21 (ex). Providence pulls Gillies for the extra attacker and Walman fires a shot from the point into the slot area, where Saracino deflects it perfectly past McIntyre’s glove with 38.3 left in regulation.

Overtime

Scoreless.

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UND’s lines

28 Stephane Pattyn–27 Luke Johnson–15 Michael Parks
21 Brendan O’Donnell–13 Connor Gaarder–7 Wade Murphy
9 Drake Caggiula–8 Nick Schmaltz–11 Trevor Olson
28 Bryn Chyzyk–10 Johnny Simonson–14 Austin Poganski

6 Paul LaDue–24 Jordan Schmaltz
20 Gage Ausmus–2 Troy Stecher
5 Nick Mattson–3 Tucker Poolman

31 Zane McIntyre
33 Cam Johnson
30 Matt Hrynkiw

Providence’s lines

22 Brandon Tanev–24 Noel Acciari–15 Steven McParland
12 Stefan Demopoulos–14 Ross Mauermann–26 Brian Pinho
29 Conor MacPhee–21 Kevin Rooney–11 Niko Rufo
20 Shane Luke–18 Nick Saracino–9 Trevor Mingoia

5 Kyle McKenzie–16 Anthony Florentino
19 Jake Walman–4 Mark Adams
3 John Gilmour–27 Josh Monk

32 Jon Gillies
35 Nick Ellis