Dave Hackstol was not all that pleased with his teams effort in the third period.
After the game, Fighting Sioux head coach Dave Hakstol was not very happy with his team’s effort in the third period and said that his team went out soft in the third period. "We had three shots on goal fifteen minutes into the third period. We didn’t go out and play hard in the third period and that is what cost us the game." Coach Hakstol also said that he thought, "the team didn’t play well in the third period..." He thought "they were on their heels and had their heads up their rear ends.“
- Dating back to last season Harvard has scored at least one power play goal in their last 15 games. Harvard scored on their first power play in last night’s game. Ha
- Harvard has trailed 17 times this season and come back to tie the score 14 times. Harvard tied the score in last night’s game two more times.
- The Crimson take a five game unbeaten streak into tonight’s game.
- Until last night Harvard had outscored their opponents 19-11 in the second period. Last night the Fighting Sioux outscored them 4-1.
- The Harvard Crimson are seeking their first win against a WCHA team since December 30th, 2006.
- The Fighting Sioux have been looking for balanced scoring. Last night, no named Brock Nelson (14g-8a—22pts), Danny Kristo (9g-11a—20pts) or Corbin Knight (6-15a—21pts) scored a goal for the Fighting Sioux.
- Harvard’s Alex Lillorn was 17-4 in the faceoff circle last night.
- Fighting Sioux freshman Mark MacMillan went 9-6 in the faceoff circle last night.