2018-19 WCHA Game Recap

Junior forward Jonah Renouf scored the shootout winner for the Seawolves
Alaska Anchorage And Michigan Tech Play To 0-0 Tie; Seawolves Earn Extra WCHA Point In Shootout
Junior forward Jonah Renouf scored the shootout winner for the Seawolves

ANCHORAGE, ALASKA - Kristian Stead stopped 32 shots to lead the Alaska Anchorage hockey team to a 0-0 tie against Michigan Tech Saturday.

The shutout was the first of Stead's career.

The Seawolves earned a second point by winning the shootout.

Jake Lucchini scored for MTU in the first round, but Nicolas Erb-Ekholm kept UAA alive with a goal.

Stead stopped Jake Jackson in round two, and Jonah Renouf scored to give UAA the extra point.

Tech led 32-23 in shots.

UAA finished 0-for-4 on the man-advantage, but only one of the four powerplays went the full two minutes.

The Seawolves held the Huskies scoreless on their five powerplay attempts, only two of which were for the full two minutes.

Alaska Anchorage will have this weekend off before playing at rival Alaska Fairbanks Feb. 8-9 in the first of four Alaska Airlines Governor's Cup games.

Game Summary

Saturday, January 26, 2019

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Game statistics
29 Shots 21
0 / 5 Power Plays 0 / 4
4 / 8 PIM 6 / 23
12-13-3 Records 2-22-2
GOALTENDERS
Michigan Tech Alaska Anchorage
Matt Jurusik
65:00, 21 Saves, 0 GA
(T, 7-4-1)
Kristian Stead
65:00, 29 Saves, 0 GA
(T, 0-5-1)