2018-19 WCHA Box Score

Bowling Green (BGS) at Minnesota State (MNS)
Date: Saturday, March 23, 2019
Non-Conference Game
WCHA Championship
Attendance: 5327
Start Time: 7:07 pm  End Time: 9:48 pm  Total Time: 2:41

Scoring by Period - BGS 1-0-1-0=2; MNS 0-0-2-1=3

1st Period
Scoring - 1, BGS Frédéric Létourneau/7 (Taylor Schneider/6, Will Cullen/10) 14:56
Penalties - Alec Rauhauser, BGS (Hooking) 15:45

2nd Period
Scoring - None
Penalties - Stephen Baylis, BGS (Holding) 8:02; Frédéric Létourneau, BGS (Interference) 13:26

3rd Period
Scoring - 2, BGS Alec Rauhauser/4 (Max Johnson/23, Connor Ford/17) 1:28 (PP)
3, MNS Jake Jaremko/6 (Riese Zmolek/8, Max Coatta/7) 18:16 (EA)
4, MNS Connor Mackey/7 (Jack McNeely/9, Parker Tuomie/25) 19:04 (EA)
Penalties - Edwin Hookenson, MNS (5-Checking from Behind) 1:20; Edwin Hookenson, MNS (10-Game Misconduct) 1:20; Lukas Craggs, BGS (Hooking) 8:34

Overtime
Scoring - 5, MNS Nicholas Rivera/9 (Josh French/8, Shane McMahan/4) 1:37 (GW)
Penalties - None

Bowling Green Goaltending - Ryan Bednard (61:37, 27 shots, 24 saves, 3 GA)

Minnesota State Goaltending - Dryden McKay (59:31, 19 shots, 17 saves, 2 GA); Empty Net (2:06, 0 GA)

Win - Dryden McKay, MNS (24-6-2). Loss - Ryan Bednard, BGS (20-7-4).

Shots On Goal - BGS 10-6-2-1=19; MNS 5-6-15-1=27

Power Plays - BGS 1 of 2; MNS 0 of 4

Penalties - BGS 4 (8 min); MNS 2 (15 min)

New Records - Minnesota State 32-7-2, Bowling Green 25-10-5

Three Stars: 1. Nicholas Rivera (Minnesota State) 2. Frédéric Létourneau (Bowling Green) 3. Dryden McKay (Minnesota State)

Referees: Dan Kovarik, Josh Lupenek  Linesmen: Matt Tyree, Kyle Domin