Mick Berge called it the most frustrating loss of the season. Minnesota State, which had a trend of holding onto third-period leads almost all season, allowed three Duluth goals in a span of 2:32 to blow an important WCHA game.
“That’s the most frustrating loss, yes,” Berge said. “Against a good team like that, to have a two-goal lead, you have to put them away. It’s definitely frustrating. It makes me sick to my stomach.”
0:00 - Mavericks have 32 seconds left on the power play
1:00 - Penalty over
1:55 - MSU penalty ... Canzanello (cross-checking)
5:42 - MSU penalty ... Mouillierat (high stick)
11:32 - UMD goal ... Carroll from Connolly after turnover in the neutral zone, 4-4
12:25 -UMD goal ... Greer rebound in front, 5-4 Dogs
14:04 - UMD goal ... Mike Connolly ... three goals in 2:32. Wow.
20:00 - More later