MINNESOTA DULUTH SHUTS OUT MICHIGAN TECH, 5-0
Justin Fontaine and Jack Connolly each score two goals for Bulldogs

Justin Fontaine had two goals and an assist for the Bulldogs

HOUGHTON, Mich. - Justin Fontaine scored twice and added an assist to lead No. 5 Minnesota Duluth to a 5-0 win over the Michigan Tech hockey team in WCHA action Friday (Jan. 21). Kenny Reiter made 14 saves for UMD in his fifth career shutout.

The Huskies held the Bulldogs scoreless in the first period but J.T. Brown scored the first goal for Duluth at 4:07 of the second.

The Bulldogs added a second goal less than one minute later off the stick of Fontaine. He was assisted on the goal by Travis Oleksuk and Brown at 5:05.

The same three would account for Duluth's third goal, with Fontaine adding his second goal of the game at 16:47.

Jack Connolly scored the final two goals for UMD at 5:45 and 12:45 of the third period.

The Bulldogs finished one-for-five on the power play and held the Huskies scoreless on their three chances.

Kevin Genoe finished with 22 saves in net for Tech.

The two teams will close out the season series Saturday (Jan. 22).