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Green Knights Blow By St. Scholastica

From Asst. AD/Athletics Communications, January 19, 2019 | Men's Hockey
by Dan Lukes,, (920) 403-4077

DE PERE - St. Norbert College finished a weekend sweep of Northern Collegiate Hockey Association opponents with a 7-2 triumph over College of St. Scholastica at Cornerstone Community Center.

The Green Knights (12-4-3, 8-3-1 NCHA), who defeated Northland College 7-0 the previous evening, are ranked No. 6 in the Division III Poll. St. Norbert scored all seven of its goals against the Saints in the first two periods.

St. Norbert got on the board when Keegan Milligan pushed a loose puck on the goal line into an open net at the 9:22 mark of the first period. The Green Knights added to their lead 27 seconds later when William Yates registered his first goal of the season. Kurt Black pushed his season total to nine goals when he scored at 12:36. St. Norbert ended up leading 4-0 after one period following Roman Uchyn's power-play goal at 16:15.

Peyton Frantti continued the onslaught with a power-play goal at 1:05 of the second period. St. Scholastica scored its first goal when Cole Golka finished a power-play goal at 11:06. Less than a minute later, St. Norbert went on a major power play and registered two goals. Milligan scored his second goal of the game at 14:17, while new addition Keenan Spillum posted his first collegiate goal 32 seconds later.

St. Scholastica closed out the scoring with a goal by Michael Talbot at 12:35 of the third period.

Milligan added an assist for a three-point game, while Brendon Gysbers finished with three assists for three points. Frantti and Uchyn each had an assist for two-point games. Peter Bates and Evan Cholak both had two assists.

St. Norbert outshot St. Scholastica 27-21. T.J. Black finished with 19 saves for the Green Knights. Forbes Ploszaj had 12 saves and Zane Steeves eight stops for the Saints.

The Green Knights were 4-for-7 on the power play, going 6-for-10 on the weekend. The Saints were 1-for-6 on the man advantage.

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