MADISON, Wis. - Lake Superior State tied Wisconsin in overtime 3-3 Friday at the Kohl Center and won the shootout 3-2 in six rounds. The Lakers (4-0-1) remain undefeated in non-conference play.
The 12th-ranked Lakers, playing in front of a crowd of 7,022, took a 3-1 lead in the first period, scoring three goals in the first five minutes of the game. Freshman forward Alex Globke (2-5--7) opened the scoring at 33-second mark of the first, drawing assists from senior defenseman Matt Bruneteau (1-1--2) and forward Dan Radke (1-4--5).
Radke tallied a power-play goal at 3:23 from Globke and junior forward Stephen Perfetto (1-5--6). Senior forward Colin Campbell (2-3--5) rounded out LSSU's scoring at 4:09 of the first and got an assist from junior defenseman Kevin Czuczman (2-2--4).
The 13th-ranked Badgers (2-2-1) netted their first goal, a power-play goal, at 16:21 of the first. After a scoreless second period Wisconsin's Tyler Barnes tallied two goals in the third, tying the game 3-3 at 18:38 with an extra-attacker.
After a scoreless five-minute sudden-death overtime period, the Lakers and Badgers headed into a shootout. Wisconsin had to face LSSU senior goaltender Kevin Kapalka, who took a 10-3 all-time shootout record into the extra session.
U-W took a 1-0 lead before Campbell tied the shootout 1-1 in the second round. Michael Mersch of Wisconsin and Andrew Perrault both scored in the fourth round, tying the shootout 2-2.
Perfetto gave LSSU the 3-2 shootout win in the sixth round of the shootout
Landon Peterson (1-2-1) made 22 saves for Wisconsin while Kapalka (1-0-1) stopped 41 shots on goal. Both LSSU and the Badgers were 1-for-3 on the power play.