Lighting The Lamp: Goals Galore


Notre Dame 6, Michigan State 2: Calle Ridderwall got his 7th goal of the year, TJ Tynan his 6th, and Freshman Anders Lee potted his 9th as Notre Dame tallied 6 goals for the 3rd time this season.

Michigan 7, Lake Superior State 2: Michigan finally won on a Friday as 7 different Wolverines got goals. AJ Treais and Scooter Vaughan each had an assist to go with their goal.

Yale 4, Cornell 2: Broc Little got his 6th goal in Yale’s 7th game of the season. He and Denny Kearney now have 27 points between them in 7 games.

New Hampshire 5, BU 2: David Warsofsky had both of BU’s goals, but Paul Thompson answered with two of his own and had an assist as the Wildcats extended their unbeaten streak to 9 games.

Boston College 4, Maine 0: John Muse made 32 saves, and BC got goals from Paul Carey (2), Brian Gibbons (5), Tommy Atkinson (1) and Pat Mullane (2). BC could be starting to right the ship, though they did get outshot in the contest.

Minnesota 6, Michigan Tech 4: Mike Hoeffel had 2 goals and an assist for the Gophers, canceling out Jake Hansen’s two goal effort for the Huskies. Max Gardiner led off the game with his first career goal.

Minnesota-Duluth 6, Wisconsin 5: Wisconsin stormed out to a 3-1 lead after the first period, but Duluth scored 4 in a row to make it 5-3. Wisconsin of course answered to force overtime. There was a bit of controversy in overtime as a possible UMD penalty went uncalled (though I have not seen the play so I don’t know if it indeed was a penalty or not) and Travis Oleksuk potted the winner.

North Dakota 6, Nebraska-Omaha 5: Brad Eidsness got the start for the Sioux and struggled once again. Aaron Dell ended up coming in and stopped 9 of the 10 shots he faced to help North Dakota to a win that keeps them just a point out of first place in the WCHA. Matt Frattin scored 2 goals in the win and he now shares the national lead in goals with 12. The 6 goals were a season high for the Sioux.