Postgame: UNO 1-1 BSU

USCHO.com: Aneloski’s late tally sends Nebraska-Omaha to stalemate with Bemidji State

SCORING:
First Period:
None.
Second Period:
0:54: UNO 0-1 BSU – Radoslav Illo 7 from Shea Walters 8 and Brad Hunt 14
Third Period:
16:20: UNO 1-1 BSU: Bryce Aneloski 4 from Jaycob Megna 2 and Brent Gwidt 7
Overtime:
None.

PENALTIES:
First Period:
1:25: UNO – Andrej Sustr – 2 min. for Boarding
3:45: UNO – Tony Turgeon – 2 min. for Interference
8:12: BSU – Drew Fisher – 2 min. for Elbowing
11:54: BSU – Jordan George – 2 min. for Hooking
12:32: BSU – Bench minor – 2 min. for Too Many Men
Second Period:
3:39: BSU – Brady Wacker – 2 min. for Tripping
8:44: UNO – Zahn Raubenheimer – 2 min. for Elbowing
12:42: BSU – Jake Areshenko – 2 min. for Interference
14:44: UNO – Matt White – 2 min. for Tripping
Third Period:
2:40: BSU – Brance Orban – 2 min. for Tripping
Overtime:
1:42: UNO – Bryce Aneloski – 2 min. for Roughing
1:42: BSU – David Boehm – 2 min. for Slashing

SHOTS:
UNO 38-28 BSU (Third period: UNO 12-9 BSU; Overtime: UNO 2-2 BSU)

POWER PLAY:
UNO 0-for-6; BSU 0-for-3

THIRD PERIOD / OVERTIME RECAP:
Bakala continued to keep everything out until late into the third period. With UNO looking ever more desperate as the clock wound down, Maverick defenseman Bryce Aneloski equalized for the hosts, sending a wrist shot from the slot through traffic low past the screened Beaver goalie with 3:40 remaining.

Aneloski’s goal was the last in the game, with neither side managing to score again in overtime.

RFO THREE STARS:
1.) Dan Bakala (BSU)
2.) Bryce Aneloski (UNO)
3.) Ryan Massa (UNO)

ATTENDANCE:
9,079.

REFEREES:
Butch Mousseaux, Pete Friesema
LINESMEN:
Chad Evers, Scott Fitzpatrick

GAME NOTES:
UNO outshot its opponent for the first time in five games. Unfortunately for the Mavericks, Bakala made 37 saves, many of which came with the BSU goalie robbing UNO players with big saves…Despite not being able to pitch a shutout on Friday, Bakala put together his third consecutive 30-plus save effort against UNO this season. The senior netminder stopped 38 and 36 saves in the first two games of the teams’ season series in Bemidji, Minn. last November.

AROUND THE WCHA:
Wisconsin 1-5 St. cloud State
Minnesota State 5-3 Michigan Tech
Denver 0-2 Colorado College
Alaska-Anchorage 1-4 Minnesota Duluth

POSTGAME INTERVIEWS:
Bemidji State head coach Tom Serratore:

Nebraska Omaha head coach Dean Blais:

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