Women’s final: UND 5, Ohio St. 2

Notes: UND goes with the same lines as it has been using.

First period

UND 1, Ohio State 0 — Josefine Jakobsen (Tanja Eisenschmid) 2:36. UND gets on the board on its first shot of the game. Jakobsen comes on a rush up the left side and wires a shot past Danczak on the far side from the circle.

Second period

UND 1, Ohio State 1 — Kari Schmitt (Kayla Sullivan) 10:02 (pp). UND’s shutout streak ends at 297:51 when Schmitt’s shot from the point bounces on the ice and kicks over Amsley-Benzie’s pad for a power-play goal.

Ohio State 2, UND 1 — Sara Schmitt (Danielle Gagne, Kari Schmitt) 13:34 (pp). The Buckeyes cash in on the power play again as Dufault’s clearing attempt is intercepted at the point by Kari Schmitt. She puts the puck into the scoring area and her sister puts a rebound past Amsley-Benzie.

Ohio State 2, UND 2 — Andrea Dalen (Kayla Gardner, Tanja Eisenschmid) 19:54. UND ties the game with just 5.5 seconds left in the second period. Gardner comes on a rush up the left side and throws a pass to the slot area, where it gets through Schmitt and comes to Dalen. The captain hammers a shot off of the goalie’s shoulder and in.

Third period

UND 3, Ohio State 2 — Andrea Dalen (Samantha Hanson) 8:54. Hanson ends a strong shift by getting the puck at the point and firing it toward the slot. It deflects off of a Buckeye defenseman to Dalen, who quickly snipes a backhand before Danczak can get over.

UND 4, Ohio State 2 — Meghan Dufault (Amy Menke) 18:51 (en). Menke fights off a couple of checks and gets the puck to Dufault for the empty-netter.

UND 5, Ohio State 2 — Andrea Dalen (Halli Krzyzaniak) 19:33 (en). Dalen finishes off the hat trick by firing one into the empty net from the circle.

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 Krzyzaniak
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

7 Kayla Sullivan–6 Tahylor Kuehl–19 Danielle Gagne
24 Claudia Kepler–27 Lauren Spring–17 Julia McKinnon
18 Julianna Iafallo–26 Kendall Curtis–16 Melani Moylan
9 Bryanna Neuwald–23 Katie Matheny–14 Maggie Rothgery

22 Sara Schmitt–13 Jessica Dunne
10 Kara Gust–21 Alexa Ranahan
20 Kari Schmitt–8 Dani Sadek

39 Stacy Danczak
32 Kassidy Sauve
35 Selena Hunter

Gameday final: UND 3, WMU 2, OT

TONIGHT’S VIEWING: NCHC.tv. Lineup notes: No changes for UND. Lone change for WMU is McKee in for Hadley on RW on the fourth line. Full lines and live chat are below.

First period

No scoring.

Second period

UND 1, Western Michigan 0 — Michael Parks (Mark MacMillan, Jordan Schmaltz) 9:40. Hafner gets caught in the corner trying to play the puck and MacMillan centers it to Jordan Schmaltz. He appears to have some net to look at, but he misses wide as Hafner dives back into position. The puck goes back to the corner and MacMillan quickly sends it right back out front to Parks, who taps it in before Hafner can recover from diving after Schmaltz’s attempt.

Third period

UND 2, Western Michigan 0 — Paul LaDue (Connor Gaarder, Nick Mattson) 4:20. UND strikes for a four-on-four goal. Off the draw, Mattson tries to set up Gaarder in the slot. The puck gets away from Gaarder, but LaDue spots it, steps in, picks it up and snaps it glove side for his first goal in 25 games.

UND 2, Western Michigan 1 — Will Kessel (Taylor Fleming, Frederik Tiffels) 16:27 (pp) (ex). Fleming launches a point shot through traffic that deflects off Kessel and beats McIntyre on the far side with 3:33 to go.

UND 2, Western Michigan 2 — Justin Kovacs (Will Kessel, Taylor Fleming) 19:29 (ex). Western pulls the goalie again and gets its third extra-attacker goal of the weekend. The Broncos throw a puck to the slot area, where eventually Kovacs finds it and snaps it past McIntyre to tie the game with 30.7 seconds remaining.

Overtime

UND 3, Western Michigan 2 — Drake Caggiula (Nick Mattson, Paul LaDue) 3:31. LaDue’s blast from the point is blocked and goes to Mattson at the other point. Mattson spots Caggiula in the slot area and makes a great feed to get it there. Caggiula, with his back to the goal, flips a backhand high over Hafner just as he did a night earlier.

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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

Western Michigan’s lines

17 Justin Kovacs–10 Josh Pitt–16 Nolan LaPorte
14 Colton Hargrove–8 Sheldon Dries–21 Kyle Novak
26 Michael Rebry–25 Willem Nong-Lambert–22 M
19 Frederik Tiffels–29 Will Kessel–12 Aidan Muir

9 Chris Dienes–20 Taylor Fleming
13 Neal Goff–15 Scott Moldenhauer
24 Paul Stoykewych–7 Kenney Morrison

55 Lukas Hafner
1 Frank Slubowski
30 Phil Bridges

Gameday final: UND 3, WMU 1

TONIGHT’S VIEWING: CBS Sports Network, DirecTV 221, Dish Network 158. No webcast. Lineup notes: UND goes with the same lineup. LaPorte is in for Western. Hafner starts in net.

First period

UND 1, Western Michigan 0 — Mark MacMillan (Tucker Poolman, Michael Parks) 17:27. UND gets a nice transition goal to open up the scoring. Parks makes a great touch pass in the neutral zone to send Poolman and MacMillan in the zone on a 2-on-1. Poolman makes the perfect pass and MacMillan one-times it before Hafner can get over.

Second period

UND 2, Western Michigan 0 — Drake Caggiula (Nick Schmaltz, Jordan Schmaltz) 12:49 (pp). Nick has the puck in the right circle and dishes to Caggiula, who is on top of the crease. Hafner goes down and Caggiula gets the puck up and under the bar from in tight for the power-play goal.

Third period

UND 3, Western Michigan 0 — Troy Stecher (Nick Schmaltz) 11:36. The Broncos are putting on the pressure and Pattyn buries a Bronco forward in the slot area, who was looking for a rebound. There’s no call and UND goes the other way with numbers and Stecher snipes it glove side.

UND 3, Western Michigan 1 — Aidan Muir (Kyle Novak, Shelden Dries) 19:26 (ex). Western ruins McIntyre’s shutout bid as Novak circles the net and centers it out front for Muir, who one-times it 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

Western Michigan’s lines

17 Justin Kovacs–10 Josh Pitt–16 Nolan LaPorte
14 Colton Hargrove–8 Sheldon Dries–21 Kyle Novak
26 Michael Rebry–25 Willem Nong-Lambert–23 Aaron Hadley
19 Frederik Tiffels–29 Will Kessel–12 Aidan Muir

9 Chris Dienes–20 Taylor Fleming
13 Neal Goff–15 Scott Moldenhauer
24 Paul Stoykewych–7 Kenney Morrison

55 Lukas Hafner
1 Frank Slubowski
30 Phil Bridges

Gameday final: UND 3, Denver 3

TONIGHT’S VIEWING: FCS Central, DirecTV 608, DISH Network 453, Midco Sports Network, NCHC.tv. Lineup notes: UND goes with the same lineup. Denver starting Cowley in net. Romig in for Janssen at forward and Hammond is in for VanVoohris on D. Full lines and live chat are below.

First period

UND 1, Denver 0 — Keaton Thompson (Nick Schmaltz, Jordan Schmaltz) 15:26 (pp). Skating on a major power play, Nick has the puck in the right circle and is looking toward the net. He spots Thompson trailing in the left circle and makes a beautiful pass. Thompson snaps home his first of the year on the short side.

UND 2, Denver 0 — Nick Mattson (Luke Johnson, Paul LaDue) 15:53 (pp). UND quickly adds to the lead when Johnson’s hard snap shot from the point misses the net but takes a long bounce off the end wall. Mattson finds it in the left circle and slaps it before Cowley can work his way back into the net.

Second period

UND 2, Denver 1 — Trevor Moore (Joey LaLeggia) 3:57. Just as a Denver power play expires, Denver capitalizes before UND’s fifth skater can be a factor. LaLeggia picks up an errant clearing pass on the halfwall and makes a brilliant backdoor feed for Moore.

UND 3, Denver 1 — Drake Caggiula (Bryn Chyzyk, Luke Johnson) 5:49. Chyzyk sends Caggiula ahead on a rush and he splits the defenders, gets hacked on the arm by Larraza, manages to pull the puck back in with one hand and slip it five-hole at the last second.

Third period

UND 3, Denver 2 — Tariq Hammond (Emil Romig, Josiah Didier) 3:50. Hammond holds the puck at the point and makes a move to get the forward out of the way, then launches one through traffic, off the post and in for the freshman’s first-career goal.

UND 3, Denver 3 — Trevor Moore (Danton Heinen) 9:03. Denver goes forward with a draw and Moore shoots one from the goal line that goes off of McIntyre and in for a bad goal.

Overtime

No scoring.

Shootout

UND – Parks saved; Johnson saved; Caggiula saved
Denver – Moore goal; Zajac saved

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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
5 Nick Mattson–6 Paul LaDue
20 Gage Ausmus–2 Troy Stecher

31 Zane McIntyre
33 Cam Johnson
30 Matt Hrynkiw

Denver’s lines

8 Trevor Moore–19 Daniel Doremus–20 Danton Heinen
18 Emil Romig–27 Quentin Shore–12 Ty Loney
16 Zac Larraza–9 Gabe Levin–23 Matt Marcinew
14 Larkin Jacobson–25 Matt Tabrum–39 Grant Arnold

21 Joey LaLeggia–11 Nolan Zajac
3 Tariq Hammond–7 Will Butcher
28 Adam Plant–4 Josiah Didier

31 Evan Cowley
36 Tanner Jaillet

Gameday final: UND 4, Denver 2

TONIGHT’S VIEWING: Midco Sports Network, NCHC.tv. Lineup notes: UND goes with the same lineup as last Saturday against Omaha. Denver starting Jaillet in goal. Full lines and live chat are below.

First period

No scoring.

Second period

Denver 1, UND 0 — Joey LaLeggia (Danton Heinen, Trevor Moore) 7:20 (pp). UND gets mixed up with defensive assignments and LaLeggia is left wide open in the left circle. Heinen finds him from behind the net. LaLeggia has time to settle down the puck and pick the corner of the net.

Denver 1, UND 1 — Drake Caggiula (Luke Johnson, Nick Mattson) 14:33. Mattson and Johnson get the puck to Caggiula flying up the right wing on a two-on-one rush. Caggiula takes the shot himself and snipes it glove side on Jaillet.

Third period

UND 2, Denver 1 — Michael Parks (Jordan Schmaltz, Keaton Thompson) 4:42. Parks comes flying up the right wing and drives wide. No surprise to anyone in the building that he attempts a wraparound. He throws this one off of Jaillet’s skate and in.

UND 2, Denver 2 — Quentin Shore (Ty Loney, Joey LaLeggia) 9:00 (dp). MacMillan takes a bad penalty in the neutral zone and Denver capitalizes on the delayed call. Loney finds Shore at the backdoor to even the game.

UND 3, Denver 2 — Nick Schmaltz 12:10. Schmaltz walks past a Pioneer defenseman for a Grade A scoring chance. Jaillet stops his wrist shot. The rebound kicks up in the air in the slot, where Didier gloves it and tries to throw it out of harm’s way, but inadvertently throws it in his own net.

UND 4, Denver 2 — Michael Parks (Luke Johnson) 15:17 (pp). Johnson enters the zone on the right wing and circles all the way behind the net. As he gets to the back of the net, Denver’s defenders prepare for Johnson to wrap around, but he slips a pass back the other way to Parks, who has a wide-open net to slam home his second goal of the net.

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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
5 Nick Mattson–6 Paul LaDue
20 Gage Ausmus–2 Troy Stecher

31 Zane McIntyre
33 Cam Johnson
30 Matt Hrynkiw

Denver’s lines

8 Trevor Moore–19 Daniel Doremus–20 Danton Heinen
26 Evan Janssen–27 Quentin Shore–12 Ty Loney
16 Zac Larraza–9 Gabe Levin–23 Matt Marcinew
14 Larkin Jacobson–25 Matt Tabrum–39 Grant Arnold

21 Joey LaLeggia–11 Nolan Zajac
7 Will Butcher–4 Josiah Didier
6 Matt VanVoohris–28 Adam Plant

36 Tanner Jaillet
31 Evan Cowley

Women’s final: Minnesota 3, UND 1

Today’s game is on Midco Sports Network and DISH Network 454. Don’t think it’s on DirecTV. Both teams have identical lineups as the opener.

First period

UND 1, Minnesota 0 — Josefine Jakobsen (Jordan Hampton) 1:17. Jakobsen gets the puck in space, skates in, uses the defender as a screen and snaps one past Leveille’s glove to give UND an early lead.

UND 1, Minnesota 1 — Dani Cameranesi (Lee Stecklein, Kate Schipper) 12:42 (pp). The Gophers score their first goal of the weekend with just :06 left on a power play. Stecklein’s point shot hits traffic and Cameranesi spots it and snipes the corner of the net to tie it.

Second period

Minnesota 2, UND 1 — Hannah Brandt (Kate Schipper) 2:06. Fallman attempts to rim the puck around the end wall, but it’s intercepted by Schipper, who centers to Brandt in front to give Minnesota its first lead of the weekend.

Minnesota 3, UND 1 — Rachel Ramsey (Maryanne Menefee, Milicia McMillen) 12:11 (pp). Minnesota goes 2-for-2 on the power play as Ramsey hammers a shot from the top of the left circle through traffic and past Amsley-Benzie on the far side.

Third period

No scoring.

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 Krzyzaniak
22 Tanja Eisenschmid–8 Samantha Hanson
5 Johanna Fallman–7 Jordan Hampton

1 Shelby Amsley-Benzie
29 Lexie Shaw
34 Annie Chipman

Minnesota’s lines

14 Maryanne Menefee–22 Hannah Brandt–21 Dani Cameranesi
20 Meghan Lorence–19 Kelly Pannek–7 Rachel Bona
6 Kate Schipper–10 Cara Piazza–18 Brook Garzone
27 Nina Rodgers

5 Rachel Ramsey–9 Sydney Baldwin
2 Lee Stecklein–13 Milicia McMillen
11 Kelsey Cline–12 Megan Wolfe

29 Amanda Leveille
37 Sidney Peters
31 Shyler Sletta

Women’s final: UND 3, Minnesota 0

Tickets are $1 for tonight’s game. No surprises in the lineup.

First period

No scoring.

Second period

UND 1, Minnesota 0 — Amy Menke (Tanja Eisenschmid) 16:44 (sh). Menke skates on a breakaway with some back pressure from Minnesota but gets enough space to snipe one over the glove of Leveille for a shorthanded goal. It’s the first shorthander allowed by Minnesota this season.

UND 2, Minnesota 0 — Josefine Jakobsen 18:13. UND has a three-on-two rush. Hanson drives the net to create traffic and Jakobsen cuts from the right wing all the way across the slot and buries it.

Third period

UND 3, Minnesota 0 — Amy Menke 19:53 (en). Menke wins a battle at the line, skates it to the line and fires it into an empty net.

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 Krzyzaniak
22 Tanja Eisenschmid–8 Samantha Hanson
5 Johanna Fallman–7 Jordan Hampton

1 Shelby Amsley-Benzie
29 Lexie Shaw
34 Annie Chipman

Minnesota’s lines

14 Maryanne Menefee–22 Hannah Brandt–21 Dani Cameranesi
20 Meghan Lorence–19 Kelly Pannek–7 Rachel Bona
6 Kate Schipper–10 Cara Piazza–18 Brook Garzone
27 Nina Rodgers

5 Rachel Ramsey–9 Sydney Baldwin
2 Lee Stecklein–13 Milicia McMillen
11 Kelsey Cline–12 Megan Wolfe

29 Amanda Leveille
37 Sidney Peters
31 Shyler Sletta

Gameday final: UND 4, Omaha 3, OT

TONIGHT’S VIEWING: Midco Sports Network, FCS Central, DirecTV 608-1, DISH 454. Lineup notes: Same personnel as last night for UND, only some minor changes on the D-pairings. Lone change for Omaha is O’Rourke for Youso. Full lines and live chat are below.

First period

UND 1, Omaha 0 — Mark MacMillan (Michael Parks, Paul LaDue) :37. UND scores on a beautiful transition play to start the game. LaDue starts a 3-on-2 rush with a pass to Parks, who flies up the right wing, gets space around an Omaha defender and feeds MacMillan backdoor.

UND 1, Omaha 1 — Jake Guentzel (Austin Ortega, Dominic Zombo) 3:23. Zombo makes a great play on the end wall to start a transition out of the zone. Ortega moves it to Guentzel, who is behind the defense. He shoots five-hole. McIntyre gets a piece of it but not enough and it trickles through.

UND 2, Omaha 1 — Mark MacMillan (Luke Johnson, Nick Mattson) 15:23. UND moves the puck quickly and gets a power-play goal right at the end of the advantage. Mattson moves it to an open Johnson in the slot. Johnson fires a shot that’s stopped by Massa, but MacMillan uses his quick hands to pick up the rebound and flip it past Massa.

Second period

No scoring.

Third period

UND 2, Omaha 2 — Jake Guentzel (Ian Brady, Austin Ortega) 4:00 (pp). Guentzel has the puck against the wall near the goal line and throws a weak one on net that fools McIntyre and goes five-hole. Definitely one Zane will want back.

UND 3, Omaha 2 — Stephane Pattyn (Nick Schmaltz) 9:15. The puck goes forward off the draw and Pattyn gets a sharp-angle shot on Massa. The rebound pops up in the air and Pattyn swats it out of midair for the goal.

UND 3, Omaha 3 — Brian Cooper (Jake Randolph, Justin Parizek) 16:16 (pp). Omaha gets a late power play on a too many men call and makes UND pay. Cooper shoots from the point through traffic and hits the corner of the net to even it.

Overtime

UND 4, Omaha 3 — Brendan O’Donnell (Connor Gaarder) 3:04. Gaarder wins a puck off the wall and gets it to O’Donnell, who snaps a shot from the left circle past Massa on the far side.

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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
5 Nick Mattson–6 Paul LaDue
20 Gage Ausmus–2 Troy Stecher

31 Zane McIntyre
33 Cam Johnson

Omaha’s lines

20 Jake Guentzel–14 Dominic Zombo–16 Austin Ortega
13 Jake Randolph–10 Tyler Vesel–25 Justin Parizek
7 Avery Peterson–19 Tanner Lane–12 David Pope
17 Luke Nogard–11 Kyle Mountain–9 James Polk

2 Brian Cooper–5 Joel Messner
4 Luc Snuggerud–28 Brian O’Rourke
24 Ian Brady–23 Grant Gallo

31 Ryan Massa
29 Kirk Thompson
1 Brock Crossthwaite

Gameday final: Omaha 3, UND 2, OT

TONIGHT’S VIEWING: CBS Sports Network (DirectTV 221, DISH 158). No webcast. Lineup notes: Stecher returns to the lineup, replacing Panzarella. Poolman stays up front. Full lines and live chat are below.

First period

Omaha 1, UND 0 — Tyler Vesel (Joel Messner, Tanner Lane) 18:19. Vesel enters the zone on a rush up the right side and pulls the puck to his backhand to get some space against Stecher, then flips one past McIntyre on the far side. McIntyre got a piece of it but not enough.

Second period

Omaha 2, UND 0 — Avery Peterson (Tanner Lane, David Pope) 2:46. Peterson enters the zone one-on-one with JSchmaltz on the left side. Schmaltz makes a stick check and gets the puck but not enough to get it away. Peterson flicks a shot at the net that hits Schmaltz and McIntyre before going in.

Third period

Omaha 2, UND 1 — Luke Johnson (Brendan O’Donnell, Nick Mattson) 3:23 (dp). Johnson is providing traffic on top of the crease and gets tripped by Gallo and takes out Massa. The puck gets to O’Donnell in the slot, who has a wide open net, but shoots it wide. Johnson gets puck and bangs home the rebound after a long bounce off the end wall.

Omaha 2, UND 2 — Drake Caggiula (Jordan Schmaltz, Nick Schmaltz) 19:12 (pp) (ex). UND pulls the goalie with a late power play and Caggiula scores his second extra-attacker, game-tying goal of the season. Massa can’t handle Schmaltz’s point shot and Caggiula jumps on the rebound.

Overtime

Omaha 3, UND 2 — Austin Ortega (Ian Brady, Luc Snuggerud) 4:27 (pp). Omaha gets an extended five-on-three power play in overtime and converts as the first penalty is about to expire. Ortega, on top of the crease, tips in Brady’s shot from the circle for the winner.

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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

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

31 Zane McIntyre
33 Cam Johnson

Omaha’s lines

20 Jake Guentzel–14 Dominic Zombo–16 Austin Ortega
13 Jake Randolph–10 Tyler Vesel–25 Justin Parizek
7 Avery Peterson–19 Tanner Lane–12 David Pope
17 Luke Nogard–11 Kyle Mountain–9 James Polk

2 Brian Cooper–5 Joel Messner
4 Luc Snuggerud–23 Grant Gallo
6 Matt Youso–24 Ian Brady

31 Ryan Massa
29 Kirk Thompson
1 Brock Crossthwaite

Gameday final: UND 5, CC 3

TONIGHT’S VIEWING: Midco Sports Network, Fox College Sports Pacific (DirecTV 608, DISH Network 452), NCHC.tv. Lineup notes: Wade Murphy is out. Colten St. Clair is back in for the first time since Dec. 5. A few lines are juggled. Full lines and live chat are below.

First period

UND 1, Colorado College 0 — Luke Johnson (Paul LaDue, Nick Mattson) 3:50 (pp). UND struggles to get anything set up for the first 1:30 of the power play, but once it does, it converts. Johnson snaps a shot from the top of the circle through a MacMillan screen.

UND 1, Colorado College 1 — Charlie Taft (Peter Stoykewych, Zach Aman) 12:41 (pp). The Tigers even it on their own power play. Fejes is screening McIntyre, so he has trouble controlling the rebound of a point shot and it kicks off to the side, where Taft is there to finish it.

UND 2, Colorado College 1 — Stephane Pattyn (Colten St. Clair, Nick Schmaltz) 13:58. After a terrific shift by the Tigers, UND catches them out of position and goes on a three-on-one. St. Clair, on the right side, shoots far pad and Pattyn finds the rebound.

UND 2, Colorado College 2 — Teemu Kivihalme (Cody Bradley) 18:24 (pp). The Tigers go to 2-for-2 on the power play as Kivihalme blasts one through a Wamsganz screen to even it up.

Second period

UND 3, Colorado College 2 — Mark MacMillan (Michael Parks, Nick Mattson) 17:19. Parks curls out of the corner with the puck and spots MacMillan cutting in the high slot. He puts the pass on MacMillan’s tape and MacMillan snaps one past Marble’s glove.

Third period

UND 4, Colorado College 2 — Bryn Chyzyk (Keaton Thompson, Drake Caggiula) 8:41. Thompson quickly transitions the puck up the ice and UND enters the zone on a rush. Chyzyk releases it from the top of the circle and goes bar down.

UND 4, Colorado College 3 — Aaron Harstad (Matt Hansen, Jaccob Slavin) 18:07 (ex). With the goalie pulled, CC works the puck around top and Harstad blasts one through traffic for the goal.

UND 5, Colorado College 3 — Drake Caggiula 19:33 (en). The Tigers win a draw back, but Caggiula wins the race to the puck and skates it the length of the ice for the empty-netter, fighting off a stick check as he scores it.

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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

20 Gage Ausmus–24 Jordan Schmaltz
5 Nick Mattson–6 Paul LaDue
4 Keaton Thompson–22 Andrew Panzarella

31 Zane McIntyre
33 Cam Johnson
30 Matt Hrynkiw

Colorado College’s lines

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

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

33 Tyler Marble
35 Chase Perry