UNO 2-3 Minnesota (OT): Parenteau’s first collegiate goal lifts Gophers

Minnesota celebrates Jake Parenteau's game-winning goal 1:46 into Friday's overtime period, thus giving the Gophers a 3-2 win over Nebraska Omaha at CenturyLink Center. (Photo credit: Matthew Semisch)

SCORING:
First Period:
5:53: UNO 0-1 UM – Sam Warning 5 from Nate Schmidt 28

Second Period:
7:51: UNO 1-1 UM – Brock Montpetit 6 from Terry Broadhurst 20 and Bryce Aneloski 14
11:06: UNO 2-1 UM (SHG) – Jayson Megna 12 from Andrej Sustr 13

Third Period:
4:17: UNO 2-2 UM – Nick Bjugstad 23 from Zach Budish 18 and Kyle Rau 18

Overtime:
1:46: UNO 2-3 UM – Jake Parenteau 1 from Nate Condon 16

PENALTIES:
First Period:
0:37: UNO – Matt White – 2 min. for Roughing
0:37: UM – Erik Haula – 2 min. for Slashing
13:03: UM – Seth Helgeson – 2 min. for Interference
18:47: UM – Erik Haula – 2 min. for Unsportsmanlike Conduct

Second Period:
2:42: UNO – Zahn Raubenheimer – 2 min. for Tripping
5:51: UM – Jake Hansen – 2 min. for Holding
9:35: UNO – Michael Young – 2 min. for Tripping
9:35: UNO – Ryan Walters – 2 min. for Unsportsmanlike Conduct
9:35: UM – Kyle Rau – 2 min. for Unsportsmanlike Conduct
14:41: UNO – Brock Montpetit – 2 min. for Hooking

Third Period:
5:45: UM – Tom Serratore – 2 min. for Elbowing
19:51: UNO – Kyle Ensign – 2 min. for Hooking

Overtime:
None.

SHOTS:
UNO 24-32 UM

POWER PLAY:
UNO 0-for-4; UM 0-for-4

GOALTENDING STATISTICS:
UNO: Ryan Massa (65:00), 29 saves
UM: Kent Patterson (65:00), 22 saves

RFO THREE STARS:
1.) Ryan Massa (UNO)
2.) Jake Parenteau (UM)
3.) Nick Bjugstad (UM)

WCHA SCOREBOARD:
Michigan Tech 2-5 St. Cloud State
Minnesota Duluth 4-3 Colorado College (OT)
Bemidji State 2-4 Wisconsin
Denver 3-4 North Dakota
Alaska Anchorage 3-2 Alaska

ATTENDANCE:
9,180

GAME NOTES:
Parenteau’s goal in overtime was the sophomore’s first goal as a Gopher. The former Chisago Lakes High School player has earned each of his four points in his collegiate career during the 2011-12 season…Massa shined again for the Mavericks, making 29 saves and stopping the Gophers on many clear scoring chances…Former Omaha Lancer and current Minnesota freshman forward Seth Ambroz played in Friday’s game but didn’t really feature. Nobody on his line earned any points in Minnesota’s win.

POST-GAME INTERVIEWS:
Minnesota defenseman Jake Parenteau:

Minnesota forward Nick Bjugstad:

Minnesota head coach Don Lucia:

Nebraska Omaha goaltender Ryan Massa (left) and UNO forward Brock Montpetit:

Nebraska Omaha forward Jayson Megna:

Nebraska Omaha head coach Dean Blais:

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