|02-26-2005, 11:35 AM||#1|
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Roundup: No. 7 New Hampshire ties No. 5 Boston College
BOSTON (AP) — New Hampshire's Sean Collins scored with 1:23 left in regulation to tie Boston College 3-3 on Friday night.
The Eagles (19-6-6, 12-3-6 Hockey East) led 3-1 in the third period after Ned Havern scored a power play goal at 7:30.
But UNH (22-7-4, 15-3-3) pulled within a goal when Daniel Winnik converted on the power play at 11:15. The teams combined for four power-play goals.
After a scoreless first period, Dave Spina put BC on the board early in the second. Pat Gannon made it 2-0 at 15:33. Brian Yandle scored for UNH at 17:04 of the second period.
Boston College outshot UNH 37 to 27. The Wildcats put five shots on goal in overtime, while the Eagles had three.
Cornell needs overtime to top St. Lawrence
CANTON, N.Y. — Mike Knoepfli banked a shot into the net off the crossbar 2:31 into overtime to give No. 3 Cornell a 3-2 win over St. Lawrence Friday night.
Knoepfli had two goals on the night as Cornell extended its unbeaten streak to 13 games.
Cornell (21-4-3, 17-2-2 ECAC) took the lead 16 seconds into the game when Chris Abbott broke into the St. Lawrence zone on a two-on-one break. Abbott dropped the puck to Ryan O'Byrne, who put it past Saint goalie Mike McKenna.
St. Lawrence (14-17-2, 8-12-1) tied the game at 3:29 of the second period when Jim Hakewill slid a shot past Cornell's David McKee.
The Saints took a 2-1 lead 2:03 later on T.J. Trevelyan's shot to the upper corner.
Cornell pulled even at 15:22 of the third period on Knoepfli's first goal.
McKee finished with 31 saves, while McKenna stopped 24 shots.
Carter's first hat trick propels Minn. State
MANKATO, Minn. — Rookie Ryan Carter recorded his first career hat trick and David Backes scored twice as Minnesota State – Mankato, had its biggest offensive outburst of the season, defeating No. 2 Denver 8-5 on Friday.
The Mavericks (11-16-6, 8-15-4 WCHA) built a 5-1 lead and held off a Denver rally to record the upset. It was the second consecutive loss for the Pioneers (22-8-2, 17-6-2), who got a pair of goals from Jon Foster.
The Mavericks took a 2-0 lead early in the first period when Backes and Carter scored just 12 seconds apart. Glenn Fisher, Denver's starting goalie, was lifted just 7:35 into the game when Mankato took a 3-0 lead. After Denver pulled within 6-5 in the third period, Backes and Carter scored to re-establish a three-goal advantage.
Chris Clark got the win in goal with 21 saves for Mankato.
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