2020-21 WCHA Box Score



Michigan Tech (MTU) at Minnesota State (MNS)
Date: Friday, March 5, 2021
Conference Game
Attendance: 250
Start Time: 7:07 pm  End Time: 9:22 pm  Total Time: 2:15

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

1st Period
Scoring - 1, MNS Sam Morton/3 (Ryan Sandelin/1, Jack McNeely/4) 13:00
2, MNS Nathan Smith/5 (Walker Duehr/5, Akito Hirose/12) 15:43 (GW)
Penalties - Akito Hirose, MNS (Interference) 1:30; Carson Bantle, MTU (Cross-Checking) 16:40

2nd Period
Scoring - None
Penalties - Brendan Furry, MNS (Hooking) 6:09; Brett Thorne, MTU (Holding) 13:14; Nathan Smith, MNS (Interference) 13:17; Jake Livingstone, MNS (Holding the Stick) 19:17

3rd Period
Scoring - 3, MTU Trenton Bliss/12 (Arvid Caderoth/15, Alec Broetzman/8) 0:33 (PP)
Penalties - Eric Gotz, MTU (Cross-Checking) 9:50; Reggie Lutz, MNS (Embellishment) 9:50

Michigan Tech Goaltending - Blake Pietila (57:51, 35 shots, 33 saves, 2 GA); Empty Net (2:09, 0 GA)

Minnesota State Goaltending - Dryden McKay (60:00, 26 shots, 25 saves, 1 GA)

Win - Dryden McKay, MNS (16-2-0). Loss - Blake Pietila, MTU (14-6-0).

Shots On Goal - MTU 8-7-11=26; MNS 9-15-11=35

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

Penalties - MTU 3 (6 min); MNS 5 (10 min)

New Records - Minnesota State 17-3-1, Michigan Tech 17-9-1

Three Stars: 1. Nathan Smith (Minnesota State) 2. Sam Morton (Minnesota State) 3. Dryden McKay (Minnesota State)

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