GameCenter Final: Western Michigan 4, UND 0 – Grand Forks Herald

GRAND FORKS — Cameron Rowe posted a 25-save shutout, whereas Jason Polin scored his NCAA-main twentieth and twenty first targets of the season to provide the Broncos a 4-0 victory within the sequence opener at Ralph Engelstad Arena.

First star: Cameron Rowe, WMU, 25-save shutout.
Second star: Jason Polin, WMU, 2 targets, 1 help.
Third star: Zak Galambos, WMU, 2 assists.

WMU 1, UND 0 — Jack Perbix (Zach Galambos, Dylan Wendt) 7:46. The Broncos get on the board first as Galambos, a defenseman, takes the puck behind the online, circles, and feeds Perbix, who’s crashing on the opposite facet. The senior put it residence for his fourth purpose of the season.

WMU 2, UND 0 — Cedric Fiedler (Jason Polin, Zak Galambos) 15:20 (dp). A key sequence happens as UND’s Mark Senden beats a Broncos defender huge, takes it to the online, however is turned apart by Broncos goalie Cameron Rowe. Western Michigan goes the opposite approach and scores when Polin hits Fiedler with a drop move and Fiedler snipes it on Jakob Hellsten. Senden can also be known as for slashing on the play.

WMU 3, UND 0 — Jason Polin (Ryan McAllister, Max Sasson) 2:37 (pp). Western Michigan takes benefit of a serious penalty on Tyler Kleven, scoring off the frenzy. McAllister flies up the left facet and feeds Polin reducing down the again facet. Polin’s shot squeezes 5-gap on Hellsten for his NCAA-main twentieth of the season.

Western Michigan 4, UND 0 — Jason Polin (Max Sasson, Carter Berger) 19:10 (en). Sasson units up Polin for no. 21. It goes into the empty internet to seal the Broncos victory.

Forwards
10 Gavin Hain—27 Louis Jamernik V—19 Mark Senden
17 Riese Gaber—22 Owen McLaughlin—9 Jackson Blake
26 Dylan James—8 Jake Schmaltz—28 Judd Caulfield
18 Matteo Costantini—21 Ben Strinden—20 Nick Portz

Defensemen
25 Tyler Kleven—15 Ethan Frisch
7 Chris Jandric—2 Ryan Sidorski
4 Cooper Moore—3 Ty Farmer
24 Luke Bast

Goaltenders
32 Jakob Hellsten
34 Drew DeRidder
1 Caleb Johnson

Not in lineup: F Carson Albrecht (higher physique), F Dane Montgomery (higher physique), F Jackson Kunz, F Griffin Ness, D Brent Johnson

Forwards
8 Ryan McAllister—34 Max Sasson—14 Jason Polin
10 Chad Hillebrand—9 Luke Grainger—12 Cole Gallant
37 Dylan Wendt—25 Jack Perbix—28 Hugh Larkin
18 Wyatt Schingoethe—16 Tim Washe—20 Jamie Rome
22 Trevor Bishop

Defensemen
17 Cedric Fiedler—4 Zak Galambos
23 Carter Berger—24 Aidan Fulp
15 Daniel Hilsendager—2 Jacob Bauer
19 Cam Knubble

Goaltenders
31 Cameron Rowe
1 Kirk Laursen

Not in lineup, on journey: F Ethan Wolthers and both Bishop or Knuble
Not on journey: F Theo Thrun, F Oliver MacDonald, F Cole Burtch, F Barrett Brooks, D Samuel Sjolund (ineligible), D Lucas Matta, G Will Hambley

The goaltending carousel continues for UND as Jakob Hellsten goes again within the internet. . . Ethan Frisch is, certainly, within the lineup for UND. Fighting Hawks coach Brad Berry mentioned earlier within the week he was hopeful Frisch would be capable to play after sustaining an damage on the finish of Saturday evening’s victory over Lindenwood. . . Ben Strinden, who has performed his finest video games at middle this season, will likely be within the center on the fourth line. . . Western Michigan will heat up with 20 skaters, which is regular for the Broncos.

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