2018-19 WCHA Box Score

Michigan Tech (MTU) at Minnesota State (MNS)
Date: Friday, January 4, 2019
Conference Game
Attendance: 4842
Start Time: 7:07 pm  End Time: 9:28 pm  Total Time: 2:21

Scoring by Period - MTU 0-1-0=1; MNS 2-1-1=4

1st Period
Scoring - 1, MNS Nicholas Rivera/5 0:59
2, MNS Andy Carroll/1 (Josh French/2) 18:26 (GW)
Penalties - Seamus Donohue, MTU (Tripping) 2:46; Andrew Bellant, MTU (Slashing) 11:17; Andy Carroll, MNS (Holding) 16:18

2nd Period
Scoring - 3, MTU Andrew Bellant/2 (Raymond Brice/5, Keegan Ford/7) 14:33
4, MNS Dallas Gerads/7 (Walker Duehr/3) 15:30
Penalties - Andrew Bellant, MTU (Hooking) 2:52; Connor Mackey, MNS (Checking from Behind) 9:35; Connor Mackey, MNS (Tripping) 16:23; Edwin Hookenson, MNS (Hooking) 19:08

3rd Period
Scoring - 5, MNS Walker Duehr/5 (Ian Scheid/9, Marc Michaelis/12) 18:52 (EN)
Penalties - Seamus Donohue, MTU (Hooking) 3:25; Todd Kiilunen, MTU (Cross-Checking) 5:29; Andy Carroll, MNS (5-Checking from Behind) 11:22; Andy Carroll, MNS (10-Game Misconduct) 11:22

Michigan Tech Goaltending - Robbie Beydoun (59:56, 33 shots, 30 saves, 3 GA); Empty Net (0:04, 1 GA)

Minnesota State Goaltending - Dryden McKay (60:00, 25 shots, 24 saves, 1 GA)

Win - Dryden McKay, MNS (8-4-1). Loss - Robbie Beydoun, MTU (3-3-1).

Shots On Goal - MTU 3-8-14=25; MNS 12-8-14=34

Power Plays - MTU 0 of 5; MNS 0 of 5

Penalties - MTU 5 (10 min); MNS 6 (23 min)

New Records - Minnesota State 15-5-1, Michigan Tech 10-9-2

Three Stars: 1. Dallas Gerads (Minnesota State) 2. Nicholas Rivera (Minnesota State) 3. Dryden McKay (Minnesota State)

Referees: Pete Friesema, Josh Lupinek  Linesmen: Matt Tyree, Kyle Tomin