Mustangs fall behind and can't recover

LinCOLN, Neb. -- Lincoln scored the first four goals of the game, then coasted to a 7-3 United States Hockey League win over the Rochester Mustangs Saturday.

Lincoln led 3-0 after one period and 5-1 after two. Lincoln's last four goals were all on the power play.

Lincoln outshot Rochester 43-25.

The Mustangs are 12-22 and fifth in the six-team East Division of the USHL. Next for Rochester is a Friday home game with Chicago.



Rochester 0 1 2 -- 3

; Lincoln 3 2 2 -- 7

; First Period

Scoring -- Lincoln, Marvin (Southern, Hontvet) 6:42. Lincoln, Waura (Marvin) 13:27. Lincoln, L. Erickson (Swanson, Frischman) 17:35.


Scoring -- Lincoln, Snowden (Waura, Potulny) 2:09, pp. Rochester, Prokop (Krmpotich, Goeckner) 6:22. Lincoln, Langenbrunner (Snowden) 15:44, pp.

THIrd Period

Scoring -- Rochester, Mannina (Bagren, Cozine) :33, pp. Lincoln, L. Erickson (Frischman) 3:41, pp. Rochester, Koidahl (Reese, Johnson) 8:13. Lincoln, Frischman (Potulny, Zemen) 12:26, pp.


Shots on goal -- Rochester 9-10-6–25;; Lincoln 14-11-18–43.

; Goalies -- Rochester, Fallon; Lincoln, Lamoureux.

Penalties -- Rochester 11-41; Lincoln 7-17.

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