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BGSU scores three unanswered goals to overtake LSSU



Pat Aubry

Jan. 11, 2008

SAULT STE. MARIE - The Lake Superior State hockey team, which was playing in its first home game since Dec. 1, had Taffy Abel Arena fans on the edge of their seats Friday until Bowling Green State scored two goals in during a 1:02 span of the third period to overtake the Lakers.

Goals by David Solway at 6:51 of the third period and Derek Whitmore at 7:53 brought the Falcons back from a 2-1 deficit. BGSU (10-9-0 overall, 7-6-0 Central Collegiate Hockey Association) went on to outscore LSSU 3-1 in the third period and claim a 4-2 victory.

LSSU is 2-13-4 overall and 0-10-3 in the CCHA heading into Saturday's rematch at 5:05 p.m. The public is invited to a "Skate with the Lakers" following the matinee game. Youth hockey players wearing their game jerseys will be admitted for free if accompanied by an adult who purchases a ticket.

Lake Superior State dominated the first period and played even with the Falcons in the second. The Lakers out-shot BGSU 11-2 in the opening period and led 1-0 after a power-play goal by Nathan Perkovich at 2:47. Troy Schwab and Steven Kaunisto drew the assists.

Bowling Green State tied it, 1-1, on a Jacob Cepis goal at 15:02 of the second period. The Falcons out-shot LSSU 15-6 during the middle stanza.

Pat Aubry floated his first goal of the season past BGSU goaltender Nick Eno at 1:35 of the third period to give the Lakers the 2-1 edge. John Scrymgeour and Chad Nehring set up the two-on-one.

Brandon Svendson scored BGSU's fourth goal at 11:25 of the third period. Enos finished with 25 saves, while LSSU netminder Pat Inglis totaled 19 saves.

The Lakers were 1-for-4 on the power play, and the Falcons finished 0-for-3.



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