A natural hat-trick for Brady Lindauer as three unanswered goals put St. , St. Scholastica ruined the coronation chances of men’s hockey.
The CSS entered the game knowing that if they swept both games of the weekend series, they could win their first Men’s Hockey League title and first title in the sport since joining MIAC in 2021. Adrian gave them a 4-3 lead at 10:07 of the second period. However, Lindauer tied the game after about four minutes, scoring a go-ahead goal at 1:50 of the third with 10.7 seconds remaining, putting the insurance goal into an empty net.
CSS (14-6-2, 11-1-1) lost a league match for the first time this season. The Saints maintain his five-point lead in the conference, with three games left in the league and a win on Saturday and a loss or draw in Augsburg to clinch his regular-season championship against Hamline. I can. If that doesn’t happen, the race will take place on the final weekend of the regular season, with the Saints and Orgies going home-and-home in Minneapolis on Friday and Duluth on Saturday.
Alec Severson had one goal and two assists for the Saints, while Jack Bostedt made 26 saves.
Arvidson, Saints Shutout
Junior goalkeeper Ashley Arvidson saved all 28 shots he faced as St. Scholastica beat St. Mary’s 2-0 in MIAC women’s hockey in Winona on Friday night.
The shutout was the St. Cloud native’s second of the season.
Kayla Kasel put CSS on the board when she scored on a power play with 3:44 left in the frame. Abby Pohlkamp made her 2-0 on the no-assist tally with her 3:24 of the second period, which led to the score.
The Saints (9-12-1, 7-8-0) have won four of their last five league games to finish fifth and final in the league standings. play. The Saints and Cardinals will play again in Winona on Saturday before the CSS wraps up his season as a regular home-and-home with his No. 2 Augsburg.
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