DULUTH, Minn. – The Gustavus men’s hockey staff was blanked 3-0 Friday evening in the College of St. Scholastica, surrendering three power play objectives against the Saints at Mars Lakeview Arena.
The Gusties, now 6-4-1 overall, had their particular winning streak end with four games, being be indifferent to for the first time in 2017-18.
Special teams became vital as St. Scholastica went 3-for-6 on the man advantage though turning away three Gustie electricity play opportunities.
Chris Amsden’s two-game shutout streak was snapped midway through the second period. Dominic Picciano was called for a good boarding call and on the actual ensuing faceoff,?Brett Radford gave the Saints a eventual game-winner with a one-timer from the point.?
St. Scholastica would add two additional power play goals inside third period, while Gustavus appeared to be unable to put one prior Saint’s goaltender Zane Steeves, out-shooting the home staff 25-20.
Evan Erickson and Caleb Anderson ?led the Gusties with four shots on goal each.
The Black and Gold requires two weekends off within the holiday break prior to returning to measures Dec. 29-30, heading to Geneva, Ill. for any non-conference series with Aurora University.