Colin Hernon scores the game-winner.
ST. PETER, Minn. – Lower two goals early in the game, the Gustavus men’s hockey team came back to score five unanswered goals in a 5-2 victory throughout the opening series against Hamline School Friday evening at Put on Roberts Ice Rink.
The Pipers got off to a hot start, scoring on their very first shot of the game basically 1:07 into the online game. Kyle Wendorf capitalized off a Gustie turnover plus snuck a shot through the arm for goaltender Robbie Goor . Midway through the very first frame, Hamline added another on the power play as Mitch McPherson drawn on in a rebound.
From then on, a Black and Gold disregarded the visitors five various other power play opportunities even though going on to score five un-answered.
A power play goal triggered the Gusties comeback at 16:07 of the first time period as Jared Bromberg put in his first collegiate goal off a great back-door successfully pass from Dominic Picciano .
The Gusties tied the game just a couple of minutes later on an odd-man crack and nice puck movement. Evan Erickson buried his / her second goal of the season just after finishing a play from?Colin Hernon and Tim Donohue .
Gustavus and Hamline wrapped the particular exciting first period hooked 2-2, while the Pipers led 11-6 in photos on goal.
The momentum carried in the Gusties favor in the previous two periods. Within the very first five minutes of the second, Gustavus advertised a two-goal lead as the Hernon – Erickson – Caleb Anderson line won twice just 21 moments apart. Hernon tallied the supreme game-winner at 4:19 despite the fact that Anderson followed with his third of the year at 4:40.
The Black color and Gold outshot the Pipers 25-12 during the final two periods. Erickson added in an empty-netter late in the third period to give the Gusties a three-goal couch, his second goal of the video game. Goor earned his second straight win, notching 21 saves.
Hernon and Erickson each over and done with a career-high four points, Erickson’ersus second career two-goal game.
Gustavus, these days 3-3-1 overall and 2-1 in the MIAC, look for take the series sweep another day evening in St. John. The Gusties and the Pipers drop the actual puck at 7 p.t. at Oscar Johnson Arena.