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U-M scoring bursts cost LSSU

Ren Fauci

Jan. 30, 2004

Box Score

ANN ARBOR - The Central Collegiate Hockey Association's hottest team, Michigan, exploded for two goals during a 2:51 span in the second period, and added three more during a 4:35 span in the third period to beat Lake Superior State 5-1 on Friday at Yost Arena.

U-M (17-7-1 overall, 12-4-1 CCHA) improved to 6-0-1 in its last seven league games and took over sole possession of second place in the CCHA standings. The Wolverines broke a scoreless deadlock when Brandon Kaleniecki scored his 11th goal of the season at 9:38 of the first period. U-M's David Moss made it 2-0 at 12:29.

Kaleniecki, Eric Nystrom and Moss added goals at 6:16, 9:33 and 10:51, respectively, of the third period. Andrew Ebbett contributed two assists for the Wolverines.

LSSU freshman Jeffrey Rainville scored the first official goal of his career at 11:52 of the final stanza and spoiled goaltender Al Montoya's shutout. Ren Fauci and Trent Campbell drew assists.

The Lakers (6-12-5 overall, 4-10-3 CCHA) held Michigan to seven shots on goal in the first period and nine in the second, but gave up 13 in the third. U-M out-shot LSSU 29-18 for the game.

LSSU junior goaltender Matt Violin totaled 24 saves in the loss.

Lake Superior State and Univeristy of Michigan play again Saturday at 7:35 p.m. The Lakers will be trying to snap a six-game winless streak.

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