Lighting The Lamp: Seawolves Roar; What Is The HOF Game?


Alaska-Anchorage 7, Denver 3: How badly do you think Denver misses Marc Cheverie? Adam Murray only made three more saves (9) than he allowed goals (6). I’m no math major, but that’s not the best save percentage. Sean Wiles was the only Seawolf to score twice. UAA got three ppgs, including one of the 5 on 3 variety.

North Dakota 4, Michigan Tech 1: They played something called the Hall of Fame game, which I’ve never heard of. Jordan Baker got Tech on the board first, but UND answered with four unanswered. Evan Trupp had two goals, and David Toews had a goal and an assist.

Cornell 6, Harvard 3: Joe Devin had two goals and an assist, while Mike Devin had a goal and three assists. Ben Scrivens made 22 saves for the Big Red. Harvard Freshman and Montreal first round pick Louis LeBlanc had a goal in the loss.

Alaska 3, Notre Dame 1: Derek Klassen had two goals for the Nanooks, and Scott Greenham made 26 saves.

Princeton 4, Clarkson 1: Matt Arhontas had 2 goals and an assist. Not to be outdone, Mark Magnowski accomplished the same feat. Alan Reynolds got the start in net and made 31 saves.

Miami 5, Michigan 1: Reilly Smith had 2 goals, and Andy Miele had the GWG. Carter Camper, who has been conspicuously absent from boxscores lately, only managed an assist. Cody Reichard made 20 saves.