Power outage suspends Mankato game at Kohl Center inMadison

A power outage caused the men's college hockey game between Minnesota State, Mankato, and Wisconsin to be suspended Friday night in Madison.

Wisconsin led 3-1 with 5:08 left in the third period when the outage caused the game to be halted.

Play is to resume at 7:05 p.m. today, with the scheduled game to start after that.

The Kohl Center's emergency lights provided illumination after the main lights went out.

North Dakota 5,


Minn.-Duluth 4

Colby Genoway and David Lundbohm each had a goal and an assist to lead North Dakota to a 5-4 victory over Minnesota Duluth on Friday night.

Genoway's power-play blast at 6:04 of the third period provided the Fighting Sioux with a 5-3 lead. Todd Smith scored on a slapshot midway through the third period to pull the Bulldogs within 5-4.

Earlier in the third period, Rory McMahon broke a 3-3 tie by scoring off a Lundbohm pass.

North Dakota (10-2-0, 6-1-0 WCHA) got seven saves from starting goalie Jake Brandt and eight from Jordan Parise, who played the final two periods.

Josh Johnson had 21 saves and starter Isaac Reichmuth had four stops on seven shots for Duluth (9-7-2, 7-4-0).

A wild first period ended in a 3-3 tie. North Dakota took three penalties in the game's opening 3:26, but got only a 1-0 lead on Mike Prpich's short-handed goal.

Lundbohm gave North Dakota a 3-1 lead on soft wrist shot that prompted Duluth to pull Reichmuth. The Bulldogs then tied it on two goals by Junior Lessard.


Denver 4, St. Cloud St. 1

Gabe Gauthier scored two goals and added an assist as Denver skated past St. Cloud State 4-1 Friday.

St. Cloud (10-5-2, 8-3-2 WCHA) outshot the Pioneers 34-23 but scored only once on a goal by Andy Lundbohm in the first period.

Adrian Veideman opened scoring for Denver (10-5-2, 4-5-2) at 7:52 in the first. Lukas Dora and Gauthier notched assists.

Lundbohm scored to tie the game 1-1, but two goals by Gauthier and another by Jon Foster pushed the Pioneers past the Huskies.

Adam Berkhoel stopped 33 shots for the Pioneers, including 16 in the first period.

Alaska Anchorage 5, Colorado College 2

University of Alaska Anchorage forward Curtis Glencross picked up a hat trick as the Seawolves defeated Colorado College 5-2 in Western Collegiate Hockey Association action Friday night.


Colorado College (9-3-3, 4-3-2 WCHA) jumped out late in the first period with two power-play goals at 10:03 and 13:23 from Brady Greco and Trevor Frischmon.

UAA (6-7-2, 3-6-2 WCHA) answered at 14:30 when Chris Fournier went one-on-one with Tigers goalie Matt Zaba. Glencross tied the game on a power play at 17:48.

In the second period, UAA got the game winner at 13:32 when Glencross snapped the puck up and over Zaba's shoulder.

UAA took a two-goal lead at 5:49 into the third when Glencross netted his third goal for the night. Zaba was yanked from the net and replaced by Curtis McElhinney.

In the last minute of play, Colorado College pulled McElhinney from the net in a last-ditch effort to score. UAA's Dallas Steward took advantage of the empty net and scored with just 1.8 seconds left in the third.

Chris King had 33 saves for the Seawolves. Zaba had 17 saves and McElhinney 2 for Colorado College.

Michigan Tech 3,

N Michigan 3

Alex Sawruk scored the equalizer for Northern Michigan early in the third period in a 3-3 tie with Michigan Tech on Friday.

Craig Kowalski made 36 saves for the Wildcats (7-7-1), including five in overtime. At the other end, Bryce Luker stopped 14 shots in the first period and made 30 saves in the game.

Northern led 2-1 after one period, but Michigan Tech (3-8-4) got two consecutive goals by Colin Murphy to go up 3-2.

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