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February 9, 2013

Mavericks rally to defeat Duluth

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DULUTH —

“Gaede beat him 5-hole and it kind of bounced back,” Hayes said. “I was going to the net and stopped. I just got a lucky one off the boot.”

Duluth’s best opportunity came during a power play midway through the period when it was still a one-goal game. But rookie goalie Stephon Williams continued his strong play in goal with two impressive stops. He finished the game with 26 saves.

“That was a big penalty kill,” Hastings said. “It’s in their building, and I think their power play is as good as there is in the league.”

Minnesota State scored the game’s first goal at 4:29 of the first period. Freshman Dylan Margonari fired in a Hayes goal-line pass that deflected off McNeely’s pad.

Duluth tied the game at 12:37 when Austin Farley converted following a Zach Palmquist turnover deep in the Mavericks’ end. The Bulldogs took the lead on leading scorer Mike Seidel’s 13th goal of the season at 7:31 of the second period

The Mavericks (17-9-3, 11-9-1 in WCHA) and the Bulldogs will conclude the series at 7:07 p.m. Saturday.

Minnesota State    1-0-3—4

Minnesota Duluth 1-1-0—2

First period

Scoring: 1. MSU-Margonari 6 (Hayes 10, Blueger 11) 4:29; 2. UMD-Farley 10 (Smith 4) 12:37

Penalties: Gaede, MSU (roughing) 5:51; Sampair, UMD (elbowing) 8:52; Leitner, MSU (tripping) 16:29; Danberg, UMD (tripping) 18:52

Second period

Scoring: 3. UMD-Seidel 13 (Welinski 10, Farley 10) 7:31

Penalties: Hayes, MSU (tripping) 8:57; Welinski, UMD (interference) 9:59



Third period

Scoring: 4. MSU-Lehrke 5 (Jutzi 5) 3:32; 5. MSU-Blueger 4 (Hayes 11, Knowles 7) 8:57; 6. MSU-Hayes 13 (Gaede 7, Blueger 12) 16:23

Penalties: Lehrke, MSU (kneeing) 10:54; Hayes, MSU (roughing) 13:51; Casto, UMD (roughing) 13:51; Seidel, UMD (holding the stick) 17:30; Grant, MSU (roughing) 19:06; Olson, UMD (roughing) 19:06

Summaries

Shots on goal: MSU 9-10-22—41. UMD 8-13-7—27. Penalties: MSU 6 for 12 minutes; UMD 6 for 12 minutes. Power-play opportunities. MSU 0 for 4; UMD 0 for 4. Goalie saves: MSU Williams 7-12-7—26 (2 GA); UMD McNeely 8-10-19—37 (4 GA)

Referees: Scott Bokal, Timm Walsh. Linesmen: Sterling Egan, Brandon Polich.

Attendance: 6,120

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