Alabama Huntsville Skates To 3-3 Tie With Omaha
Freshman forward Max McHugh and junior forward Jack Prince each post goal and assist for Chargers

Freshman forward Max McHugh had a goal and an assist for the Chargers
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
2nd 5:32  ALH1-0 PP Jack Prince (3)Max McHugh/7, Chad Brears/6
2nd 11:48  ALH2-0 PP Max McHugh (5)Chad Brears/7, Jack Prince/7
3rd 5:08  UNO1-2 PP Austin Ortega (10)Luc Snuggerud/7, Dominic Zombo/6
3rd 5:22  ALH3-1 EV Alex Carpenter (2)Jeff Vanderlugt/3, Matt Salhany/5
3rd 9:42  UNO2-3 PP Austin Ortega (11)Ian Brady/8, Jake Guentzel/12
3rd 19:39  UNO3-3 EV EA GT Jake Guentzel (6)Dominic Zombo/7
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd OT Final
Alabama Huntsville  02103
Omaha  00303
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd OT SOG
Alabama Huntsville  7119128
Omaha  71012332
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
Alabama Huntsville (3-14-3)  2/5 9/34 0
Omaha (11-4-3)  2/7 5/10 0
Alabama Huntsville Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 OT Saves
Carmine Guerriero (T, 3-8-2)65:003 7109329
Omaha Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 OT Saves
Brock Crossthwaite40:002 790016
Ryan Massa (T, 9-3-3)24:041 00819
Empty Net0:560      

OMAHA, Nebraska | The University of Alabama in Huntsville (3-14-3) hockey team skated to a 3-3 tie in the series finale against Nebraska Omaha (11-4-3) on Sunday evening at CenturyLink Center.

The first period was tightly contested between the Chargers and Mavericks as a scoreless tie would hold through the first 20 minutes of play, despite both teams being called for two penalties apiece in the frame.

Junior Jack Prince broke through the scoreless knot with a power-play goal at the 5:32 mark of the second period, with helpers from freshman Max McHugh and junior Chad Brears. Prince's goal was his third of the season.

Later in the frame, McHugh added a tally at 11:48 in the second period to give the Chargers a 2-0 advantage, thanks to assists from Brears and Prince. UAH's 2-0 advantage held heading into the third period.

The Mavericks cut into the Chargers lead with a goal by Austin Ortega at the 5:08 mark of the third period. However, junior Alex Carpenter scored his second of the season merely 14 seconds apart from the UNO tally to put UAH back ahead by a two-goal margin.

Omaha's Ortega was able to score his second of the game to diminish the lead to 3-2 at 9:42 of the third, which was followed by a goal from UNO's Jake Guentzel with an extra attacker to tie the game at 3-3 with 21 seconds to spare in regulation.

Both squads went scoreless through the overtime period to bring the game to its 3-3 final. UAH posted a pair of shots on goal in overtime, but neither found the back of the net.

Carmine Guerriero was solid totaling 29 saves in 65 minutes of work between the pipes. The sophomore notched his second tie of the season on Sunday.

Brears totaled his third two-point performance of the season with his two assists, while McHugh tallied his second multi-point effort of the 2014-15 campaign.

The Chargers look ahead to a home matchup against WCHA opponent Alaska Anchorage following the New Year on Jan. 2-3. UAH will be giving away t-shirts to the first 500 fans to Saturday's contest.