Boehm scores twice to sink UNO

Bemidji State players celebrate the second of David Boehm’s two goals in Saturday’s 3-2 win over Nebraska Omaha. (Photo credit: Matthew Semisch)

Bemidji State senior forward David Boehm scored only his fourth and fifth goals as a Beaver Saturday night against Nebraska Omaha, and his second of the night proved to be the game-winner in a 3-2 win over the Mavericks at CenturyLink Center.

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More post-game coverage from Matthew Semisch:

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NEBRASKA OMAHA 2-3 BEMIDJI STATE
CENTURYLINK CENTER; OMAHA, NEB.
OCT 27, 2012

SCORING:
First Period:
11:05 – UNO 0-1 BSU – Ben Kinne 1 from Cory Ward 1 and Jordan George 3 (EV)

Second Period:
1:37 – UNO 0-2 BSU – David Boehm 1 from Jeff Jubinville 2 and Brance Orban 1 (EV)
6:17 – UNO 1-2 UNO – James Polk 1 from Zahn Raubenheimer 3 and Andrej Sustr 3
13:07 – UNO 2-2 BSU – Josh Archibald 3 from Brian O’Rourke 1 and Brock Montpetit 6 (EV)
18:21 – UNO 2-3 BSU – David Boehm 2 from Brady Wacker 2 and Brance Orban 2

Third Period:
None.

SHOTS:
UNO 27-19 BSU

POWER PLAY:
UNO 0-for-8, BSU 1-for-6

GOALTENDER STATISTICS:
UNO: Anthony Stolarz (40:00), L, 10 saves on 13 shots
UNO: John Faulkner (20:00), 6 saves on 6 shots
BSU: Andrew Walsh (60:00), W, 25 saves on 27 shots

RFO THREE STARS:
1.) David Boehm (BSU)
2.) Josh Archibald (UNO)
3.) Brance Orban (BSU)

(ANNOUNCED) ATTENDANCE:
3,921

GAME NOTES:
With the win, Bemidji State bumped its record up to 2-1-1 overall and 1-0-1 in the WCHA. UNO fell to 2-3-1 and 0-1-1 in the league…Saturday’s defeat was UNO’s third consecutive Saturday loss, and the Mavericks’ first setback in WCHA play…UNO went 0-for-8 on the power play Saturday, including four missed opportunities in the game’s third period alone. In the Mavericks four-game homestand, they finished 1-for-18 when playing with a legal numerical advantage…UNO had two too-many-men penalties Saturday; one in the second period and another in the third…UNO defenseman Andrej Sustr had a difficult weekend. He was on the ice for two of Bemidji State’s three goals on Saturday, and he finished the weekend with a minus-four goals-for to goals-against difference.

POST-GAME INTERVIEWS:
Bemidji State head coach Tom Serratore

Nebraska Omaha head coach Dean Blais:

WCHA SCORES:
Cornell 3-2 Colorado College
North Dakota 3-3 Alaska Anchorage
St. Cloud State 5-1 Minnesota State
Minnesota Duluth 2-2 Wisconsin
Denver 5-2 Michigan Tech

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