2018-19 WCHA Box Score

Lake Superior State (LSS) at Minnesota State (MNS)
Date: Saturday, March 16, 2019
Non-Conference Game
WCHA Semifinals
Attendance: 3393
Start Time: 7:07 pm  End Time: 9:30 pm  Total Time: 2:23

Scoring by Period - LSS 0-0-0=0; MNS 2-0-0=2

1st Period
Scoring - 1, MNS Julian Napravnik/8 (Marc Michaelis/22, Charlie Gerard/18) 12:14 (PP) (GW)
2, MNS Reggie Lutz/7 (Max Coatta/6, Ian Scheid/20) 13:27 (PP)
Penalties - Max Humitz, LSS (5-High-Sticking) 9:32; Andy Carroll, MNS (Interference) 15:49; Connor Mackey, MNS (Interference) 18:31

2nd Period
Scoring - None
Penalties - Ashton Calder, LSS (Kneeing) 4:51; Walker Duehr, MNS (Holding) 9:54; Brayden Gelsinger, LSS (Cross-Checking) 15:33; Reggie Lutz, MNS (Kneeing) 15:33; Max Humitz, LSS (CHARGING THE GOALIE) 17:04; Ian Scheid, MNS (Slashing) 17:04

3rd Period
Scoring - None
Penalties - Hampus Eriksson, LSS (Charging) 17:57

Lake Superior State Goaltending - Nick Kossoff (59:20, 30 shots, 28 saves, 2 GA); Empty Net (0:40, 0 GA)

Minnesota State Goaltending - Dryden McKay (60:00, 31 shots, 31 saves, 0 GA)

Win - Dryden McKay, MNS (23-6-2). Loss - Nick Kossoff, LSS (17-8-2).

Shots On Goal - LSS 10-11-10=31; MNS 14-6-10=30

Power Plays - LSS 0 of 3; MNS 2 of 5

Penalties - LSS 5 (13 min); MNS 5 (10 min)

New Records - Minnesota State 31-7-2, Lake Superior State 23-13-2

Three Stars: 1. Dryden McKay (Minnesota State) 2. Julian Napravnik (Minnesota State) 3. Reggie Lutz (Minnesota State)

Referees: Peter Friesema, Bruce Vida  Linesmen: Matt Tyree, Kyle Domin