Special Teams Key to Men's Hockey Win Over St. Mary's
|St. Mary's (Minn.) (5-5-0 3-1-0 MIAC)||1||1||1||3|
|Lake Forest (3-7-2, 1-6-1 MCHA)||2||3||0||5|
|1st - 08:12||Mike Hill (St. Mary's (Minn.))|
|1st - 17:03||SH - Jason McAloon (Lake Forest)|
|1st - 17:31||SH - Mike Violette (Lake Forest)|
|2nd - 02:33||David Sharpe (Lake Forest)|
|2nd - 13:34||PP - Nick Nagel (St. Mary's (Minn.))|
|2nd - 16:59||Roberto Caparelli (Lake Forest)|
|2nd - 18:59||PP - David Sharpe (Lake Forest)|
|3rd - 09:06||PP - Bobby Thompson (St. Mary's (Minn.))|
|St. Mary's (Minn.)||Lake Forest|
3 Players (#16, #17, #24 - 1)
A: 4 Players (#16, #17, #21, #22 - 1)
Sh: Jed McGlasson - 5
Sv: Jason Horstman - 17
David Sharpe - 2
A: Bobby Barrett - 3
Sh: 2 Players (#18, #25 - 4)
Sv: Brendan Sullivan - 28
|TEAM STATISTICS||St. Mary's (Minn.)||Lake Forest|
|Power Plays||2 for 5||1 for 5|
|Penalties (min)||6 (12)||5 (10)|
|Shots on Goal||31||31|
|Face Offs Won||0||0|
Jason McAloon and Mike Violette scored shorthanded goals less than 30 seconds apart in the first period as the men's hockey team defeated St. Mary's (Minn.) 5-3 on Friday night at the Alumni Memorial Auditorium.
The Cardinals (5-5, 3-1 MIAC) got on the board at 8:12 of the first period on a goal by Nick Nagel and assisted by Brad Denney and Bobby Thompson.
Lake Forest (3-7-2, 1-6-1 MCHA) responded with two shorthanded goals from McAloon and Violoette at 17:03 and 17:31 respectively. McAloon's goal was a one timer from the left faceoff circle and Violette skated in alone on the goalie.
Lake Forest extended its lead to 3-1 at 2:33 of the second period as David Sharpe scored from Alec DeAngelo and McAloon.
St. Mary's came back again with a goal of its own at 13:34 with the Cardinals on the power play to cut the lead 3-2. The Foresters then rattled off two goals exactly two minutes apart at 16:59 and 18:59 from Roberto Caparelli and Sharpe. Sharpe's goal was a poer play goal.
The Cardinals finished out the scoring at 9:06 of the third period for a 5-3 score.
Forester goalie Brendan Sullivan made 28 saves while Jason Horstman stopped 17 shots and Andy Scheib made 12 saves for St. Mary's.
The two teams meet again at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday at Alumni Memorial Auditorium.