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Goodwin Paces #10 MHKY in 6-3 win over #17 Wisconsin

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Feb. 10, 2017

Box Score


17-6-2 (6-4-1 B1G)
15-9-1 (8-3-0 B1G)


1st 2nd 3rd Final
#10 Penn State 2 2 2

6

#17 Wisconsin 0 2 1

3

 

Feb. 10, 2017 | Kohl Center | 9,314

Box Score

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SHOTS 1st 2nd 3rd Final
#10 Penn State 8 14 9

31

#17 Wisonsin
14 10 9

33

POWER PLAY 1st 2nd 3rd Final
#10 Penn State
1-1 0-1 0-1

1-3

#17 Wisconsin 0-1 1-1 1-2

2-4

GOAL SUMMARY
Team Scoring Pd. Time
PSU
David Goodwin (5) - PP
Kerr (13), Berger (16)
1 6:50
PSU
Brandon Biro (5)
Pavlychev (7)
1 14:51
WIS
Seamus Malone (8)
Wagner (15)
2 6:14
WIS
Luke Kunin (18)
Hughes (18), Frederic (14)
2 7:16
PSU
Denis Smirnov (12)
Goodwin (20), Thompson (2)
2 8:06
PSU
David Goodwin (6)
Sucese (9)
2 13:46
PSU
Trevor Hamilton (5)
Sucese (10), Biro (7)
3 0:56
WIS
Jake Linhart (4) - PP
Kunin (10), Frederic (15)
3 16:21
PSU
Zach Saar (3) - EN
Myllari (4), DeRosa (4)
3 18:35

GOALTENDERS Min GA SV
PSU

Peyton Jones (W, 15-4-2)

60:00

3

30

WIS

Jack Berry (L, 7-5-1)

 

Empty Net

58:39

 

1:21


5

 

1


25

 

0


MADISON, Wis. - Senior David Goodwin (St. Louis, Mo.) scored a pair of goals to help lift tenth-ranked Penn State past No. 17 Wisconsin, 6-2, and give Guy Gadowsky his 250th career victory this evening in Big Ten Conference action at the Kohl Center.

The win snaps a five-game winless streak for the Nittany Lions, their longest since the 2013-14 season, as they improve to 17-6-2 on the year and 6-4-1 in Big Ten play while the Badgers fall to 15-9-1 overall and 8-3-0 in conference action and their five-game winning-streak is snapped in the process.

HOW IT HAPPENED

  • Penn State opened the scoring with a power-play goal at 6:50 of the first period as Goodwin received a pass from sophomore Kevin Kerr (Bensalem, Pa.) and skated below the right dot and fired a wrist shot that went off the far post and in for the 1-0 lead.
  • Freshman Brandon Biro (Sherwood Park, Alb.) extended the Lion lead to 2-0 as he was left alone out front and received a great pass from classmate Nikita Pavlychev (Yaroslavl, Russia) and beat Badger freshman goaltender Jack Berry glove side at 9:04 of the opening frame.
  • Wisconsin got on the board in the second period taking advantage of a neutral ice turnover and odd-man rush as Seamus Malone was able to beat Nittany Lion freshman net-minder Peyton Jones (Langhorne, Pa.) blocker side to cut the deficit in half at 6:14.
  • Just 62 seconds later the Badgers took advantage of a power-play chance and tied the score 2-2 as Luke Kunin received a great pass on the left side of the crease and found the back of the net at 7:16 of the period.
  • PSU responded as freshman Denis Smirnov (Moscow, Russia) created a chance by throwing the puck off the end boards from center ice where Goodwin raced it down getting a shot on net and Smirnov cleaned up the rebound slipping the puck five-hole for the 3-2 lead at 8:06 of the second period.
  • The Nittany Lions grabbed the two-goal advantage once again as freshman Nate Sucese (Fairport, N.Y.) won the draw clean from the left of Berry and Goodwin fired a one-timer glove side for the 4-2 lead at 13:46.
  • Penn State extended that lead to 5-2 just 56 ticks into the third period as junior Trevor Hamilton (Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich.) registered the sixth short-handed tally of the season for the Lions with great individual efforts from Sucese and Biro to make it happen.
  • The Badgers attempted a late comeback as Jake Linhart collected a power-play goal at 16:21 of the third period, but senior Zach Saar (Richland, Mich.) found the empty net at 18:35 for the 6-3 final.

GOALTENDING

Jones stopped 30 pucks to improve to 15-4-2 on the year while Berry drops to 7-5-1 after making 26 saves.

NOTES

  • Coach Guy Gadowsky secured his 250th career win (77 at Penn State) with the victory this evening.
  • Goodwin set a new Penn State record for skaters by playing in his 133-career game passing Tommy Olczyk '16.
  • Goodwin extends his point-streak to five games. This also marked his first multi-goal game of the season and third in his career and his 25th multi-point game of his career.
  • Biro ties his career-high with two points as he does that for the third time this season while Sucese collects his fifth multi-point game this season.
  • Penn State improves to 11-0-0 on the year when scoring at least five goals in a single-game.
  • Wisconsin held the slim 33-31 advantage in shots and went 2-for-4 on the power-play while Penn State was 1-for-3 with the man-advantage.

NEXT UP

Both teams return to the Kohl Center tomorrow to close out the weekend series with another 7 p.m. CT puck drop. The game will once again be available on BTN2Go.


 

 

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