2019-20 WCHA Game Recap

Senior defenseman Tommy Muck had three assists for the Beavers
Muck, Brady Lead Bemidji State To 4-3 Win Over Alabama Huntsville
Senior defenseman Tommy Muck had three assists while senior forward Adam Brady scored the game-winner for the Beavers

HUNTSVILLE | The University of Alabama in Huntsville hockey team dropped the Western Collegiate Hockey Association series finale by a score of 4-3 to visiting Bemidji State on Friday night at the Von Braun Center. UAH dips to 1-18-3 (1-12-3 WCHA), while BSU improves to 12-7-3 (12-3-1 WCHA).


Turning Point

- Bemidji State scored back-to-back unanswered goals in the final 10 minutes of the third period as the Beavers went on to take the finale 4-3 on Friday.


Scoring Breakdown

- After 16 scoreless minutes, Bemidji State broke through with a goal by Sam Solensky at 16:34 to take a 1-0 advantage.

- UAH evened the contest at 1-1 with just 0.7 remaining in the first period, as Josh Latta jabbed in the game-tying goal on the power play in front of the crease after a shot by Austin Beaulieu. Both Beaulieu and Dayne Finnson notched assists on the goal.

- BSU regained the lead late in the second period at 19:21 of the frame with a tally by Combs for a 2-1 advantage.

- The Chargers took advantage of a major power play twice in the third period as Beaulieu scored at 7:06 and Latta struck for his second of the game at 8:59 to give UAH a 3-2 advantage.

- Bemidji State evened the game at 10:17 of the third period on a goal by Nick Cardelli, before Adam Brady scored the game-winner on the power play at 15:26 to bring the game to its 4-3 final score.


Inside the Box Score

- Mark Sinclair took the loss in goal to slip his season record to 1-14-3 on the season, after making 36 saves and allowing four goals.

- The Chargers offense featured three players with multi-point performances, including Latta (2g), Beaulieu (1g-1a), and Finnson (2a).

- UAH accrued 32 shots on goal in the contest, led by Latta with eight shots on goal.

- Beaulieu rated second on the roster with five shots on net, followed by Christian Rajic with four shots on goal.

- Latta additionally had a team-high nine face-off wins.

- UAH went 3-for-6 on the power play while limiting BSU to one power play goal in three chances.


Noteworthy

- Latta registered the first two-goal performance of his career, giving him a team-high six goals in his freshman season.

- Latta also increased his team-leading point total to 15 as he paces the roster with both six goals and nine assists.

- Finnson notched his first career multi-point performance with two assists.


Next Time Out

- UAH hits the road to Alaska Anchorage for a two-game WCHA series next Friday and Saturday night.

Game Summary

Friday, January 10, 2020

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3
Game statistics
40 Shots 32
1 / 3 Power Plays 3 / 6
6 / 23 PIM 4 / 8
12-7-3 Records 1-18-3
GOAL SCORERS
Bemidji State Alabama Huntsville
Sam Solenský (1)
1st/16:34
Josh Latta (5)
1st/19:59 PP
Charlie Combs (7)
2nd/19:21
Austin Beaulieu (3)
3rd/7:06 PP
Josh Latta (6)
3rd/8:59 PP
Nick Cardelli (6)
3rd/10:17
Adam Brady (11)
3rd/15:26 PP GW
GOALTENDERS
Bemidji State Alabama Huntsville
Zach Driscoll
60:00, 29 Saves, 3 GA
(W, 11-5-2)
Mark Sinclair
59:38, 36 Saves, 4 GA
(L, 1-14-3)

Empty Net
0:22, 0 GA