Gordon (SCSU) 5 on 4 (Nodl, Dey)
Ruegsegger (DU) (Trotter, Testwuide)
Dingle (DU) (Viedeman, Mullen)
Lasch (SCSU) (Swanson)
Nodl (SCSU) (Dey, Gordon) GWG
Radun (SCSU) (Stephenson)
From: DU Athletics Website
ST. CLOUD, Minn. - St. Cloud State University tallied three second period goals en route to a 5-2 win over the Denver Pioneers.
"We are not happy with tonight's result, but in many ways we played better than we did last night," DU head coach George Gwozdecky said. "We had a couple of defensive miscues in the second period that we'd like to have back, but that's the WCHA. We still came out of here (St. Cloud State) with two important league points.".
Fisher made back-to-back starts in the same weekend series for the first time in his career. He had a good start with seven saves in the first period, but SCSU netted three goals in the second to end his weekend. Fisher (seven saves) stopped a career-high 47 shots in last night's 4-3 overtime win.
Denver Line Up
Patrick Mullen - Ryan Dingle - J.D. Corbin
Brock Trotter - Tyler Ruegsegger - Rhett Rakhshani
Brian Gifford - Geoff Paukovich - Ryan Helgason
Steven Cook - Michael Handza
Adrian Veideman - Chris Butler
T.J. Fast - Andrew Thomas
J.P. Testwuide - Keith Seabrook
Glenn Fisher/Peter Mannino