Postgame: UNO 4-6 BSU

USCHO.com: Kinne notches two points to lead Bemidji past Nebraska Omaha

SCORING:
First Period:
6:33: UNO 0-1 BSU: Jordan George 14 from Ben Kinne 7 and Aaron McLeod 8
13:48: UNO 1-1 BSU: Jaycob Megna 2 from Matt White 21 and Terry Broadhurst 15
14:50: UNO 1-2 BSU: Brance Orban 5 from Drew Fisher 1 and Darcy Findlay 2
Second Period:
16:05: UNO 1-3 BSU: Sam Windle 1 from Aaron McLeod 9
19:39: UNO 2-3 BSU: Terry Broadhurst 15 from Johnnie Searfoss 9 and Jayson Megna 16
Third Period:
4:51: UNO 2-4 BSU: Shea Walters 12 from Brad Hunt 15 and Jordan George 8
8:06: UNO 3-4 BSU: Terry Broadhurst 16 from Michael Young 10 and Bryce Aneloski 11
8:39: UNO 3-5 BSU: Ben Kinne 9 from Jordan George 9 and Shea Walters 9
10:33: UNO 4-5 BSU: Matt White 13 from Terry Broadhurst 15 and Tony Turgeon 1

PENALTIES:
First Period:
16:19: UNO – Andrew Schmit – 2 min. for Interference
18:56: BSU – Shea Walters – 2 min. for Holding
Second Period:
4:55: UNO – Matt Smith – 2 min. for Interference
9:06: BSU – Drew Fisher – 2 min. for Hooking
10:40: BSU – Brad Hunt – 2 min. for Tripping
11:41: BSU – David Boehm – 2 min. for Interference
17:52: BSU – Shea Walters – 2 min. for Hooking
Third Period:
4:03: UNO – Brock Montpetit – 2 min. for Cross-checking
6:04: BSU – Sam Windle – 2 min. for Slashing
6:42: UNO – Bench minor – 2 min. for Too Many Men
12:46: BSU – Darcy Findlay – 2 min. for Holding
13:46: UNO – Brock Montpetit – 2 min. for Slashing
15:59: UNO – Brock Montpetit – 2 min. for Boarding
19:53: UNO – Andrew Schmit – 2 min. for Slashing

THIRD PERIOD RECAP:
BSU didn’t have to wait long in Saturday’s third period before restoring its two-goal lead. Shea Walters looked to have put the game away 4:51 into the frame, firing home the rebound from a long Brad Hunt shot that rang off Massa’s left post and bounced out to the senior forward Walters.

Goals then started flying in, seemingly from all angles. Three goals in 2:27 brought the score to 5-4 in favor of the visitors. Broadhurst’s second goal of the night at 8:06 was answered 33 seconds later by BSU’s Ben Kinne before UNO responded again with a goal from Matt White at 10:33.

UNO couldn’t break the visitors down any further, though, and a late empty-net goal from Beaver forward David Boehm finally put the result beyond doubt.

RFO THREE STARS:
1.) Jordan George (BSU)
2.) Terry Broadhurst (UNO)
3.) Ben Kinne (BSU)

ATTENDANCE:
6,878

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

GAME NOTES:
Despite giving up ten goals, BSU goaltender Dan Bakala and UNO’s Ryan Massa were both impressive in the nets for the second night running, combining for 57 saves…UNO defenseman Tony Turgeon’s assist on Matt White’s third period goal was the freshman Turgeon’s first point as a Maverick…The teams played in front of an announced crowd 6,878, an impressive figure given that Omaha experienced a severe winter storm over the previous 24 hours.

POSTGAME INTERVIEWS:
Bemidji State head coach Tom Serratore:

Nebraska Omaha forward Terry Broadhurst (left) and UNO goaltender Ryan Massa:

Nebraska Omaha head coach Dean Blais:

AROUND THE WCHA:
Minnesota State 3-7 Michigan Tech
Colorado College 2-2 Denver
Wisconsin 1-2 St. Cloud State
Alaska Anchorage v Minnesota Duluth

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