The Gusties celebrate Joe Lindberg’s goal within the first period.
ST.?PETER, Minn. C For your second time this season, a Gustavus men’s hockey team skated for an overtime tie with a squad ranked inside the national top-10 for the reason that Gusties and No. 7 University connected with Wisconsin-Eau Claire Blugolds finished in a 2-2 draw Wednesday night at Don Roberts Skating rink. The tie moves the particular Gusties to 1-8-3 overall, while the Blugolds move to 9-1-3.
Joe Lindberg gave the Gusties and early head at the 12:49 tag of the first period as a consequence of an odd-man rush. Lindberg’s first intention in Black and Golden was assisted by Chips Sheak and Tim Donohue . At the end of the first time Gustavus led 1-0 and outshot the Blugolds 11-5.
UW-Eau Clarie netted a equalizer at the 13:46 symbol in the second period, even so the Gusties had an answer four a few minutes later on a power play. Drew Aspinwall fired home his third objective of the season on a slap-shot from the factor, giving the Gusties a 2-1 edge, which they carried into the third period.
The Blugolds were able to knot this score once again with lower than four minutes remaining in the action and the two squads skated with an extra period. UW-Eau Claire outshot the Gusties 3-0 in the overtime, but was cannot find the back of the goal.
Gustavus outshot UW-Eau Claire 29-27. The Gusties were 1-3 on the man-advantage, even though the Blugolds went 0-3. Chris Amsden made 25 preserves to move his record to help 0-3-3.
Gustavus now has a four-week break and also returns to the ice Jan. 7 at home against UW-Stout.