Men’s Hockey Shutout At UW-Eau Claire


Chris Amsden looks on against UW-Eau Claire.

EAU CLAIRE, Wis. – Any Gustavus men’s hockey team surfaced empty Friday evening at Hobbs Ice Center of the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, outplayed against the Blugolds inside 4-0 loss, dropping its all round record to 6-5-3 on the year.

The Gusties, in search of their first earn in three games, have been out-shot by UW-Eau Claire 31-25 and were unable to rise back from an early debts.

1:29 into the game, this Blugolds capitalized on a turnover nearby the Gustie target.?Todd?Koritzinsky’s unassisted goal stood when the eventual game-winner as UW-Eau Claire netminder Zach Dyment turned away every Gustavus chance.

UWEC added another on 8:49 in the to begin with period to claim a two-goal support prior to putting another two past Gustie goaltender Chris Amsden in any 4-0 final. Gustavus went 0-for-3 on the male advantage while the Blugolds were prosperous on 1-4 power play programs.

Amsden made 27 saves during the loss as his capture falls to 4-4-1 on the time. Jared Bromberg and Tyler Rock led Gustavus with four golf shots on goal each.

Tomorrow night time, the Black and Rare metal travel to River Falls, Wis. for his or her final non-conference matchup of the season against the University of Wisconsin-River Falls.


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