Nebraska Omaha defenseman Michael Young’s third-period goal on Saturday – UNO’s second power play goal of the night – lifted the Mavericks to a 3-2 win over No. 20 Minnesota Duluth at CenturyLink Center.
More on this game from Matthew Semisch:
NEBRASKA OMAHA 3-2 MINNESOTA DULUTH
CENTURYLINK CENTER; OMAHA, NEB..
NOV. 10, 2012
0:38 – UNO 1-0 UMD – Josh Archibald 6 from Ryan Walters 6 and Dominic Zombo 6 (EV)
5:35 – UNO 2-0 UMD – Ryan Walters 2 from Andrej Sustr 4 and Michael Young 3 (PP)
14:01 – UNO 2-1 UMD – Mike Seidel 4 from Tony Cameranesi 2 and Wade Bergman 4 (PP)
19:37 – UNO 2-2 UMD – Tony Cameranesi 3 from Justin Crandall 2 and Wade Bergman 5 (PP)
12:12 – UNO 3-2 UMD – Michael Young 3 from Dominic Zombo 7 and Andrej Sustr 5 (PP)
UNO 25-32 UMD
UNO 2-for-6; UMD 2-for-5
UNO: John Faulkner (60:00), W, 30 saves on 32 shots
UMD: Matt McNeely (58:35), L, 22 saves on 25 shots
UNO: 5-3-1 (3-1-1 WCHA)
MTU: 2-4-1 (0-2-1 WCHA)
RFO THREE STARS:
1.) Michael Young (UNO)
2.) Dominic Zombo (UNO)
3.) Tony Cameranesi (UMD)
Minnesota-Duluth head coach Scott Sandelin:
UNO forward Zahn Raubenheimer, the Mavericks’ offensive dynamo last weekend at Michigan Tech who scored a goal in each of his team’s two games against the Huskies, was neutralized Saturday by UMD. Raubenheimer finished the game with no goals, two shots on target and one blocked shot…UNO, which has struggled so far this season while on the power play, now has three such goals in its past two games…UMD forward Adam Krause is the brother of UNO’s Joe Krause, who was a scratch on Saturday. Adam picked up a five-minute major penalty and a 10-minute game misconduct call in Saturday’s third period, which may have made for an interesting dinner conversation if the Krause family went out together after the game…The announced attendance Saturday at Centurylink Center was 6,022.