GENEVA, Ill. C It was dj vu all over to the Gustavus men’s hockey team mainly because it tied Aurora 3-3 in overtime for any second straight game Wednesday. The Gusties never trailed in the sweepstakes, but an Aurora goal nearly through the third period turned out to be the equalizer and neither team was able to find the back of the net the rest of the means. Gustavus moves to 6-4-3, while the Spartans turn to 2-7-4.
Colin Hernon put the Gusties up 1-0 with just Fifty nine seconds remaining in the first interval with the help of Colton Schmidt and the visitors placed a one-goal advantage at the primary intermission.
Aurora tied the game 4:Twenty nine into the second with a strength play goal, but the Gusties gotten the lead five minutes later on an electrical play goal of their own. Van Sullivan scored his second goal of the actual series and team-leading fifth of this year, assisted by Will LeNeave and Jared Bromberg . Aurora possessed another answer at the 14:25 mark, but once just as before the Black and Rare metal reclaimed the lead with a purpose off the stick of Mason Etter , his career-first helped by Sullivan, along with the Gusties carried a 3-2 lead on the third period.
With 11:30 remaining in regulation, the Spartan capitalized on another power have fun with to even the score with 3-3, which would remain a final after a scoreless five-minute overtime period.
The Gusties outshot the Spartans 35-34 and also won the faceoff battle 37-27. Gustavus travelled 1-for-4 on the man-advantage, while Aurora went 2-for-8 over the power play. Robbie Goor went the full match in goal for the Gusties, stopping a season-high 31 shots to move his record to 2-0-2.
Gustavus persists non-conference action 7 p.l. Friday at UW-Eau Claire.