Sunday, October 28, 2007

This time, a win

Minnesota State goaltender Mike Zacharias recorded his second career shutout Saturday night, making 25 saves in a 2-0 win over Alaska-Anchorage.

For Zacharias, this shutout might be more special than his first because it's his first shutout win. Last season, the junior shut out St. Cloud State on 29 shots but ended up getting a 0-0 tie on his record.

For the weekend, Zacharias stopped 52 of 54 shots to help MSU take three points from the Seawolves, who lost for the first time in six games.

Meanwhile, the Mavericks picked up their first win of the season, getting goals from James Gaulrapp and Mick Berge.

If there were any Mankato folks in Anchorage this weekend, PucKato would love to hear your report. Add your comments below.


Anonymous said...

That's a great post, almost as good as reporterhockey. I'd write more but I'm eating Taco Bell as we speak.

Nation said...

That game was amazing to listen to. The mavs outworked the seawolves and got the W. I'm excited to see what happens this weekend in Alabama.

Anonymous said...

It's always a positive to take more than two league points on the road.