The Minnesota State men's hockey team continued its strong play away from Mankato on Saturday night, finishing off Lake Superior State with a dominant performance on Saturday night in Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.The No. 8 Mavericks won the WCHA game 7-0, outshooting the Lakers 44-13 along the way for their third road shutout and third road sweep of the season.Sophomores Ian Scheid and Parker Tuomie each scored two goals, and freshman Reggie Lutz assisted on three goals.
After scoring just two goals total in its last two games — both losses — the Minnesota State men’s hockey team still needed a period on Friday to unearth its missing scoring touch.But once it did it discovered a treasure of goals.The No. 8 Mavericks scored five second-period goals and defeated Lake Superior State 5-1 in a WCHA series opener in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, to snap a two-game losing streak. Senior forward Zeb Knutson had a goal and three assists to lead the scoring attack.
The No. 8 Mavericks (9-5-0, 7-3-0 in WCHA) return from a weekend off and will hit the road to face the Lakers (4-9-3, 3-5-2). Minnesota State owns at 14-2-1 all-time record against Lake Superior State, including a 2-1-1 mark last season with the loss taking place at Sault Ste. Marie.The 5-holeFive things to know about the matchup: 1.
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