ST. PETER, Minn. – The Gustavus men’s hockey team came up unfilled during the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Convention series opener versus St . Mary’s University Friday morning at Don Roberts Ice Rink, going down 1-0.
With the loss, the Gustavus record is catagorized to 8-9-3 overall and 7-4 in the MIAC, while the Cardinals improve to 6-10-2 general and 3-5-1 within the conference.
Saint Mary’azines capitalized on just their final shot attempt of the sport, while goaltender Aaron Davis stood taller, making 31 saves for the reason that visitors shut down the Gusties.
Andrew Cummings set home a pass on this doorstep past Chris Amsden six minutes into the first period which usually turned out to be the game-winner. The Cardinals outshout the actual Black and Gold 12-8 in the first period.
Gustavus came out sturdy in the second period in addition to held a 23-15 shot benefit throughout the final 40 moments, but were unable to convert regarding its chances.
Each team went 0-1 on the power play. Amsden needed the loss in net though tallying 26 saves as their record drops to 6-5-1 for the season. Colin Hernon and Evan Erickson paced the offense together with five shots on mission each.
The Gusties will look for a set split tomorrow evening within Winona, Minn. Puck drop is set for 6 p.m. from St Mary’s Ice Arena.