Showing posts with label UND vs. BSU. Show all posts
Showing posts with label UND vs. BSU. Show all posts

Saturday, October 22, 2016

BSU vs. UND, Game 2



Dixon Bowen is in for Cole Smith. The rest of the lineup is the same. No changes. Brock Boeser now has 10 points after four games.


Check out the highlights from last night's game... Both teams put in good efforts and UND used their skill to take the game away from BSU. I also thought UND got a huge break on the penalty shot.

Monday, October 19, 2015

The 4th Beaver Goal on Friday



Take a look for yourself. I've had a few people ask about the fourth Beaver goal. The game-tying goal. Some have said that the playoff was offsides. I watched this play over and over again, the puck doesn't come out. But where is it?

Sunday, January 25, 2015

(X2) Circle of Sticks - UND Blasts Beavers 5-1

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It was a good weekend for UND hockey. The men and the women both secured series sweeps.

Saturday, October 11, 2014

UND vs. BSU Lines Game Two

UND’s Forward Lines
28 Stephane Pattyn (C)–16 Mark MacMillan (A)–15 Michael Parks A)
21 Brendan O’Donnell –13 Connor Gaarder (A)– 1 7Colten St. Clair 17
9 Drake Caggiula–27 Luke Johnson–8 Nick Schmaltz
29 Bryn Chyzyk– 10 Johnny Simonson  – 
11 Trevor Olson
UND Defense Pairing
5 Nick Mattson– 3 Tucker Poolman
6 Paul LaDue–24 Jordan Schmaltz
20 Gage Ausmus–2 Troy Stecher

UND Goalies
31 Zane McIntyre
33 Cam Johnson
30 Matt Hrynkiw

Scratches:  4 Keaton Thompson, 7 Wade Murphy, 22Andrew Panzarella, 26 Coltyn Sanderson
Bemidji State’s Forward Lines
23 Markus Gerbrandt–11 Nate Arentz–18 Brendan Harms
9 Phillip Marinaccio–13 Cory Ward–8 John Parker
17 Leo Fitzgerald–21 Gerry Fitzgerald–26 Myles Fitzgerald
15 Jordan Heller–27 Mitch Cain–19 Phil Brewer
Bemidji State Defense Pairings
28 Brett Beauvais–4 Sam Windle
20 Sam Rendle–7 Matt Prapavessis
25 Ruslan Pedan–12 Graeme McCormack

BSU Goalies
30 Andrew Walsh

1 Michael Bitzer


Friday, October 10, 2014

BSU vs. UND Game One Lines

UND’s Forward Lines
21 Brendan O’Donnell–16 Mark MacMillan (A)–15 Michael Parks (A)
28 Stephane Pattyn (C) –13 Connor Gaarder (A) –7 Wade Murphy
9 Drake Caggiula–27 Luke Johnson–8 Nick Schmaltz
29 Bryn Chyzyk–26 Coltyn Sanderson–14 Austin Poganski
UND Defense Pairing
6 Paul LaDue–24 Jordan Schmaltz
5 Nick Mattson–2 Troy Stecher
20 Gage Ausmus–4 Keaton Thompson

UND Goalies
31 Zane McIntyre
33 Cam Johnson
30 Matt Hrynkiw

Scratches: Tucker Poolman, Johnny Simonson, Trevor Olson, Colten St. Clair, Andrew Panzarella
Bemidji State’s Forward Lines
23 Markus Gerbrandt–11 Nate Arentz–18 Brendan Harms
9 Phillip Marinaccio–13 Cory Ward–8 John Parker
17 Leo Fitzgerald–21 Gerry Fitzgerald–26 Myles Fitzgerald
22 Charlie O’Connor–27 Mitch Cain–19 Phil Brewer
Bemidji State Defense Pairings
28 Brett Beauvais–4 Sam Windle
20 Sam Rendle–7 Matt Prapavessis
25 Ruslan Pedan–12 Graeme McCormack

BSU Goalies

1 Michael Bitzer
30 Andrew Walsh

Friday, March 01, 2013

UND vs. BSU game one lines


UND’s Forward lines

19 Rocco Grimaldi –10 Corban Knight (A) – 7 Danny Kristo (A)
9 Drake Caggiula– 27 Carter Rowney (A) –15 Michael Parks
25 Mitch MacMilliam – 16 Mark MacMillan – 13 Connor Gaarder
11 Derek Rodwell – 28 Steph Pattyn –17 Colten St. Clair

UND Defense Parings

2 Andrew MacWilliam (C) – 18 Dillon Simpson
4 Derek Forbort – 24 Jordan Schmaltz
Nick Mattson –20 Joe Gleason

UND Goalies

33 Clarke Saunders
31 Zane Gothberg
35 Tate Maris

Not in lineup:  29 Bryn Chyzyk , 21 Brendan O’Donnell, 8 Dan Senkbeil , 26 Coltyn Sanderson, 22 Andrew Panzarella

Bemidji State Beaver Forward lines

7 Brance Orban–12 Jeff Jubinville–4 David Boehm
28 Jordan George–14 Aaron McLeod (A) –9 Ben Kinne (C)
18 Radoslav Illo–13 Cory Ward–16 Danny Mattson
23 Markus Gerbrandt–27 Mitch Cain–29 Phil Brewer
Bemidji State Defense Pairings
8 Jake Areshenko (A)–25 Brady Wacker
22 Matt Prapavessis (A) –11 Graeme McCormack
20 Sam Rendle–15 Sam Windle
Beaver Goalies
30 Andrew Walsh
35 Mathieu Dugas
Referees: Todd Anderson, Brad Shepherd. Linesmen: Andy Dokken, Justin Hills.

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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

The Weekend Ahead: (3/1-3/2)

This weekend, the University of North Dakota entertains the Bemidji State Beavers in an important two game WCHA series at Ralph Engelstad Arena March 1-2, 2013. This is the last home game of the regular season.

Matchup: North Dakota (17-9-6, 12-6-6 WCHA) #6 versus unranked Bemidji State Beavers (6-17-7, 5-13-6 WCHA).

Dates: March 1-2, 2013

Times: March1: 7:37 p.m. (CT); March 2: 7:07 p.m. (CT)

Radio:  UND 96.1 (KQHT-FM) – The Fox.

Webcast: UNDSports.com

TV: Midco Sports Network, FOX College Sports Central. DirecTV (Channels TBD)

SERIES HISTORY: All-Time, UND leads the series 24-2-1 (.907). Against the Beavers in Grand Forks, UND leads the series 16-1-1 (.917). Against the Beavers in Bemidji, UND leads the series 8-1-0 (.889). Last 10 games against the Beavers, UND leads 9-1-0.  

Players to Watch:

North DakotaForwards: Corbin Knight (14g-29a—43pts), Danny Kristo (20g-23a—43pts), Rocco Grimaldi (12g-15a—27pts), Mark MacMillan (10g-11a—21pts), Carter Rowney (8g-13a—21pts), Drake Caggiula (6g-8a—14pts).  Defense:  Dillon Simpson (3g-17a—20pts), Derek Forbort (4g-9a—13pts), Joe Gleason (4g-10a—14pts) Jordan Schmaltz (2g-8a—10pts) Andrew MacWilliam (1g-7a—8pts). Goaltenders: Clarke Saunders 11-6-4, 2.31 GAA, .916 save percentage, Zane Gothberg 6-3-2, 2.60 GAA, .916 save percentage.

Bemidji State Beavers: Brance Orban (8g-12a—20pts), Jordan George (8g-9a—17pts), Aaron McLeod (11g-5a—16pts), Danny Mattson (3g-13—16pts), Defense: Matt Prapavessis (0g-9a—9pts) Brady Wacker (3g-5a—8pts), Sam Windle (2g-4a—6pts). Goalies: Adam Walsh 5-10-5, 2.60 GAA, .917 save percentage, Mathieu Dugas 1-7-2, 3.04 GAA, .902 save percentage.
UND Officials Web Page


Sunday, March 11, 2012

College Hockey Tonight - UND vs. BSU edition


I should have posted this earlier in the week. This show comes out on Friday's. If you haven't heard it, it's worth a listen.  [Click to listen]

I really like Moose Richard’s comment about Sioux fan’s that want Dave Hakstol fired because his teams haven’t won an NCAA title yet.  
“I find the whole fire Hakstol line out of Sioux fans just absurd,” Moose said.   “You look over the body of work. Yes there is no national championship in there, but how many Frozen Fours, nine straight final five appearances. It’s just…Yeah you would like the win the big one. But don’t you like being there every year?



Saturday, March 10, 2012

Sioux slip by Beavers 4-1

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Grand Forks, NDFighting Sioux defenseman senior Ben Blood last week that, "the playoffs are the best time of year; you get to end other team's seasons."

The Fighting Sioux are looking to end the Bemidji State Beavers season and advance to the WCHA Final Five in St Paul next weekend.

The Fighting Sioux have hosted the first round of the WCHA playoffs for 10 seasons in a row and have made the Final Five nine seasons in a row.

That is currently the WCHA’s longest streak. The Fighting Sioux are looking to make it 10 straight trips to the Final Five.

The Fighting Sioux are one game closer to that feat as they won game one of the series 4-1.

Eliminating the Beavers is not going to be an easy task; the Bemidji State Beavers are a small, quick and tenacious team that gets pucks deep and fore checks the opposition relentlessly.  The Beavers are on top of you from the drop of the first puck to the final horn of the game.

Tonight was no different.

True to form, the upstart Beavers didn’t disappoint and they bottled up the Fighting Sioux and gave them a small number of offensive opportunities and carried the play for a good part of the game.

The Beavers proved against tonight that they are a tough team to play against and they didn’t give the Fighting Sioux very much and they  took away the Fighting Sioux’s time and space.

Fighting Sioux head coach Dave Hakstol seemed happy to get the win in tonight’s game.

“Well we got a win in game one of the series, playing against a good hockey team, that played awful hard tonight,” Hakstol said.

“If you look at our performance there was a lot of good to it, much too sporadic for playoff time.  We need to challenge ourselves tomorrow to be at a higher level, on a more consistence basis throughout our game.”

Tonight, was the night of the goaltender.

Fighting Sioux junior goalie Aaron Dell brought his “A” game against the Beavers and he kept them off of the score sheet for the first 54.08 of the game, stopping many grade “A” opportunities, many of them many of them down low, the Beavers also hit three pipes.

Dell would finally get beat by an Aaron McLeod goal on the power play at 14:08 mark of the third period.  I don’t think it’s inaccurate to say that Aaron Dell was the difference in this game and a bright spot for the Fighting Sioux tonight. Fighting Sioux head coach Dave Hakstol agreed.

“I thought it was a close game, scoring chances were probably close to even if not dead even,” Hakstol said. “Aaron [Dell] did a good job tonight; he has done for us the last few weeks.”

On the other end of the ice Bemidji State Beaver senior goalie Dan Bakala was also very good stopping 19 of 23 shots many of them were grade “A” scoring chances as well. Beaver head coach Tom Serratore was impressed with both goaltenders. “I thought both goaltenders played very well,” Serratore said. “It was a very good goaltending duel.”

For the Fighting Sioux, junior forward Carter Rowney led the Fighting Sioux with three assists tonight.

With the loss tonight, the Beavers drop to their record to 17-17-3 and need to win game two of tomorrow night’s series to stay alive. Tomorrow night, it’s win or go home for the Beavers.

With the win tonight the Fighting Sioux improve their record to 21-12-3. Game two in the best of three series is tomorrow night at 07:07 pm.

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Thursday, March 08, 2012

UND vs. BSU Series Notes

The University of North Dakota  Fighting Sioux entertain the Bemidji State Beavers in the first round of the WCHA Playoffs at Ralph Engelstad Arena March 9-11, 2012.

Game Time: 7:37 pm CT Friday and 7:07 pm CT Saturday Night and Sunday Night (if necessary).

Records and Rankings: University of North Dakota Fighting Sioux (20-12-3 overall, 16-11-1 WCHA); The Fighting Sioux are ranked 12th in the USCHO poll the USA Today Poll. North Dakota swept Minnesota State last weekend (4-2 W, 3-0 W). Official Release

Bemidji State University (17-16-3, 11-14-3 WCHA) “are not” ranked in the USCHO Poll or in the USA Today Poll. The Beavers swept their weekend series with the University of Alaska Anchorage Seawolves (2-1 W, 5-4 W).  Official Site

Series History: The Fighting Sioux lead the all-time series against the Bemidji State Beavers 22-2-1. The Fighting Sioux have a 14-1-1 record at home against the Beavers. The Sioux and the Beavers split the season series 1-1 in Bemidji back on November 19-20, 2011. Since losing to the Beavers back on November 20th, 2012 the Fighting Sioux have gone an impressive 16-5-2.

Radio:  UND 96.1 (KQHT-FM) – The Fox.


TV Friday: UND Sports Network, Fox College Sports Central, DirecTV 617, MidcoSN3, theScore
TV Saturday: UND Sports Network, Fox College Sports Central, DirecTV 617, MidcoSN3
TV Sunday: UND Sports Network, Fox College Sports Central, DirecTV 617, MidcoSN3

Players to Watch:

For UND: Forwards: Danny Kristo (17g-23a—40pts), Corbin Knight (12g-22a—34pts) and Brock Nelson (23g-16a—39pts), Carter Rowney (16g-9a—25pts). Defense: Nick Mattson (6g-12a—18pts), Dillon Simpson, (1g-15a—16pts), Ben Blood (2g-15a—17pts).  Goaltenders: Aaron Dell .893 save percentage and a 2.87 goals against average. Brad Eidsness .923 save percentage and a 2.09 goals against average.

UND Injuries: Taylor Dickin is out (lower body injury), Forward Rocco Grimaldi is out (season knee surgery), Brendan O’Donnell is out (season ending surgery), Derek Rodwell is out (season shoulder surgery).

For BSU Forwards: Jordan George (18g-12a—30pts), Shea Walters (12g-13a—25pts), Brance Orban (9g-13a—22pts) Aaron McLeod (8g-14a—22pts) Defense: Brad Hunt (5g-19a—24pts), Brady Wacker (4g-6a—10pts) Matt Prapavessi (1g-12a—13pts)  Goaltenders: Dan Bakala .914 save percentage and a 2.57 goals against average, Andrew Walsh .915 save percentage and a 2.37 goals against average.

Other WCHA Series (March 9-11 best of three series): Alaska Anchorage at Minnesota, Wisconsin at Denver, Nebraska Omaha at Saint Cloud State, Michigan Tech at Colorado College, Minnesota State at Minnesota Duluth.
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Friday, February 03, 2012

UND Women’s Hockey vs. BSU Women’s Hockey game 3 lines

Bemidji State Forward Lines

64 Natasha Kostenko – 17 Sadie Lunquist – 10 Emily Erickson
11 Whitney Wivoda – 16 MacKenzie Thurston – 6 Kristin Williams
18 Rachael Kelly – 19 Tess Dusik – 59 Danielle Williams
13 Molly Arola – 3 Abby Williams – 22 Lauren Williams 

Defensive Pairing BSU 

25 Montana Vichorek (C) – 15 Marlee Wheelhouse (C )
14 Erika Wheelhouse – 29 Kimberly Lieder
91 Jamie Hatheway – 27 Kayleigh Chapman 

BSU Goalies 

35 Jessica Havel


UND Forward lines 

8 Michelle Karvinen – 63 Josefine Jakobsen – 17 Jocelyne Lamoureux
13 Alyssa Wiebe – 2 Mary Loken – 10 Andrea Dalen
21 Kelsey Ketcher – 26 Monique Weber – 6 Allison Parizek
                                    91 Ashley Furia – 15 Megan Gilbert 

UND Defensive Parings

19 Margot Miller – 18 Monique Lamoureux-Kolls
9 Kayla Berg – 32 Candace Molle
16 Tori Willaims – 12 Ashley Holmes
3 Madison Kolls

UND Goalies 

30 Jorid Dagfinrud
33 Michelle Bonapace-Potvin



Game Information - Friday's game on FCS and Midco.net
Friday (7:07 p.m.) and Saturday (7:07 p.m.) Ralph Engelstad Arena - Grand Forks, N.D.

TELEVISION (Friday): UND Sports Network and Midco Sports Net3 (ch. 323), Fox College Sports Central

WEBCAST: www.UNDSports.com

Radio/Audio - : The Fan 1440 AM (Saturday and Sunday)/WDAY 970 AM (Sunday)
www.UNDSports.com

LIVE STATS: www.UNDSports.com
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