Bowling Green 4, Ohio State 3
BOWLING GREEN — Four unanswered goals propelled Bowling Green past Ohio State Tuesday before 2,752 Falcon faithful at the BGSU Ice Arena.
Sophomore Ben Murphy scored twice for the Falcons (1-1-1) while second-year goalie Tommy Burke made 25 saves.
Ferris State 3, Mercyhurst 2
ERIE, Pa. — The visiting Bulldogs scored twice in 30 seconds in the second period against Mercyhurst (0-3) to pull away and open the season at 2-1, all on the road.
Air Force was 0-for-12 on the power play in the tournament … Air Force opens its home schedule with a two-game, non-conference series against Penn State, Oct. 18-19, at 7:05 pm MT each night at Cadet Ice Arena … The series begins a four-game homestand for the Falcons … AFA and Penn State have met twice all-time, both last season at Penn State … The teams split the series last season at Penn State.
The 14th annual Colorado Springs Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2013 banquet and induction ceremony will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 29, at the Colorado Springs World Arena, with a reception at 6 p.m. and dinner at 7. A crowd of 600 is expected, but seats still remain available. Reservations for tables or seats can be made by calling Aubrey McCoy at the Sports Corp 719.634.7333, ext. 1006 or via email: email@example.com.
Prices: $2,500 for a VIP table of ten seats, $1,000 for a patron table of ten seats; $250 for a VIP seat, $100 for a patron seat. VIP seating includes priority seating location, complimentary wine, and VIP pre-event reception and early (5:30) start for a sports silent auction.
North Dakota lost its fourth high-end recruit in two years when Ryan Gropp decided to go play for the Seattle Thunderbirds of the WHL. Don;t feel to sorry for UND. The cupboard is not bare.
Denver defenseman Nolan Zajac will continue to play forward, Pioneers coach Jim Armstrong said during his press conference: “He’s gonna play up front this weekend for sure.”
Merrimack junior forward Josh Myers is from Colorado Springs. He led his team with seven shots in the two losses at Denver last weekend.
This week’s Big Ten schedule (all times MT):
Friday: Michigan State at UMass, Wisconsin at Boston College, both 5 p.m.; Michigan at New Hampshire, 5:30 p.m.; Minnesota at Bemidji State, 6:07 p.m.; Penn State at Air Force, 7:07 p.m.
Saturday: Michigan at New Hampshire, Michigan State at UMass, Wisconsin at Boston University, all 5 p.m.; Minnesota at Bemidji State, 6:07 p.m.; Penn State at Air Force, 7:07 p.m.
Friday: North Dakota at Miami, 5:05 p.m.; Nebraska-Omaha at Northern Michigan, 5:07 p.m.; Western Michigan vs. Alaska-Anchorage, 7:07 p.m.; Minnesota-Duluth at Colorado College, 7:37 p.m.; Denver at Alaska-Fairbanks, 10:07 p.m.
Saturday: North Dakota at Miami, 5:05 p.m.; Nebraska-Omaha at Northern Michigan, 5:07 p.m.; Denver vs. Alaska-Anchorage, 6:07 p.m.; Minnesota-Duluth at Colorado College, 7:07 p.m.; Western Michigan at Alaska-Fairbanks, 9:07 p.m.
This week’s WCHA schedule (all times MT):
Friday: Lake Superior at Union, 5 p.m. Michigan Tech at Notre Dame, 5:05 p.m.; Colgate at Bowling Green, St. Lawrence at Ferris State, Nebraska-Omaha at Northern Michigan, all 5:07 p.m.; Minnesota at Bemidji State, Connecticut at Minnesota State, both 6:37 p.m. Western Michigan vs Alaska Anchorage, 7:07 p.m.; Denver at Alaska-Fairbanks, 10:07 p.m.
Saturday: Lake Superior at Union, 5 p.m.; Colgate at Bowling Green, St. Lawrence at Ferris State, Nebraska-Omaha at Northern Michigan, all 5:07 p.m; Minnesota at Bemidji State, Connecticut at Minnesota State, both 6:07 p.m.; Denver vs Alaska Anchorage, 6:07 p.m.; Western Michigan at Alaska-Fairbanks, 9:07 p.m.
Sunday: Michigan Tech at Notre Dame (NC), 12:05 p.m.