Robinson Nets Two Quick Goals in LSSU Win
November 9, 2012 09:49 PM
FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. – Four home squads earned wins while Ohio State topped Alaska in a shootout on home ice. Notre Dame fell at Boston College in non-conference play.
Chestnut Hill, Mass. – Freshman forward Thomas DiPauli scored the lone goal for Notre Dame as the Irish fell to top-ranked Boston College, 3-1, in non-conference play. Boston College scored twice in the second period before DiPauli found the back of the net in the final frame. Sophomore forward Peter Schneider had the lone assist for the Irish. The Eagles added an empty-net goal to seal the victory. Notre Dame junior goaltender Steven Summerhays made 19 saves in the loss.
Columbus, Ohio – Sophomore forward Ryan Dzingel scored the winning goal in the shootout, giving Ohio State the extra point in a 1-1 tie/shootout win over Alaska. Freshman defenseman Colton Parayko opened the scoring for Alaska in the second period on the power play. Ohio State sophomore forward Max McCormick knotted the game 15 seconds into the third period and the game remained tied through the overtime period. Ohio State senior goaltender Brady Hjelle stopped 34 shots while Alaska freshman goaltender John Keeney made 33 saves.
Kalamazoo, Mich. – Junior forward Chase Balisy and senior forward Dane Walters both tallied 1-1-2 scoring lines, leading Western Michigan to a 3-1 win over Bowling Green. Balisy netted the game-winning tally while short-handed early in the second period. Bowling Green junior forward Bryce Williamson scored his first goal of the season, the lone goal for the Falcons. Freshman defenseman Kenny Morrison also scored for Western Michigan to seal the Broncos’ victory. In goal for Western Michigan, sophomore goaltender Frank Slubowski made 11 saves while Bowling Green senior goaltender Andrew Hammond turned aside 29 shots.
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. – Lake Superior scored three goals in the finalminute of the second period, powering them past Ferris State, 4-1. Sophomore forward Buddy Robinson notched his first two goals of the season for the Lakers and senior forward Nick McParland recorded a 1-2-3 scoring line. Junior forward Kellan Lain rounded out the scoring for Lake Superior and sophomore forward Stephen Perfetto potted two assists. The lone goal for Ferris State came from junior forward Justin DeMartino to open the scoring. Lake Superior junior goaltender Kevin Murdock stopped 31-of-32 shots while Ferris State sophomore goaltender C.J. Motte made 23 saves.
Ann Arbor, Mich. – Michigan had five different goal scorers as they topped in-state rival Michigan State, 5-1. Senior forwards Lindsay Sparks and Kevin Lynch, freshman forward Cristoval Nieves, freshman defenseman Jacob Trouba and junior forward Derek DeBlois all scored for the Wolverines. Michigan senior forward A.J. Treais recorded the only multi-point outing with two assists. Michigan State’s only goal came from senior forward Kevin Walrod, his first goal of the season. Michigan freshman goaltender Jared Rutledge made 28 saves to earn his first career win. At the other end of the ice, Spartans’ junior goaltender Will Yanakeff stopped 29 shots.
Oxford, Ohio – Sophomore forward Austin Czarnik and freshman forward Riley Barber both had 1-2-3 scoring lines, helping Miami to a 5-2 win over Northern Michigan. Freshman defenseman Matthew Caito scored his first career goal and added an assist while sophomore forward Cody Murphy and senior forward Curtis McKenzie also scored. Sophomore forward DJ Vandercook and junior defenseman CJ Ludwig scored for Northern Michigan. Miami freshman goaltender Jay Williams made 18 saves to earn his fifth career win while Northern Michigan junior goaltender Jared Coreau and freshman goaltender Michael Doan combined to make 31 saves.