Men’s Hockey Drops Heartbreaker To help St. Olaf 3-2 In Overtime


Evan Erickson fires a shot on E. Olaf goalie Jude Hull.

ST. PETER, Minn. C This Gustavus men’s hockey team a break down 3-2 overtime setback Friday alongside St. Olaf. A penalty called towards Gustavus early in the overtime period set up the game-winning goal with the visitors, dropping the Gusties for you to 1-11-4 overall and 0-6-1 in the Mn Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

After a scoreless primary period where shots had been even 10-10, Jake McCann scored his initially goal of the season after a turnover at the Ole blue line. Received Aspinwall forced the turnover and Jeep Sullivan was in on the assist too. But not even a minute after St. Olaf netted the equalizer after a taken bounced high off the conclusion glass, over the net, and was hammered home via low in the slot. The visitors then took a 2-1 lead with 1:Twenty four hours remaining in the second on a chance that snuck underneath goalie Erik Brown .

It wasn’t until the 8: mark of the third which the Gusties were able to tie the game while Tim Donohue skated toward the net from your left side and found the most notable shelf for his second score of the season, assisted by simply McCann. Gustavus edged the Oles 32-31 in photos after regulation, but has been unable to net the game-winner as well as the visitors stole the game out 22 seconds into the extra period with the power play goal.

Johnson took the loss after making 29 saves. They’re now 1-6-1 on the season.

Gustavus and St. Olaf wrap up the range at 7:30 signifiant.m. tomorrow at the Northfield Snow Arena.


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