Ege Scores Two Third-Period Goals to Lift Alaska Anchorage Past Rensselaer, 4-3
Freshman defenseman Wyatt Ege scores twice for Seawolves

Sophomore forward Austin Azurdia scored a goal for the Seawolves
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 14:23  AKA1-0 EV Dylan Hubbs (1)Cam Amantea/2, Matt Anholt/2
2nd 4:59  REN1-1 EV Evan Tironese (1)Lou Nanne/1, Jared Wilson/2
2nd 11:56  REN2-1 PP Meirs Moore (1)Mike Prapavessis/1, Jesper ÷hrvall/1
3rd 1:24  AKA2-2 EV Austin Azurdia (1)Mason Mitchell/1, Tanner Dusyk/1
3rd 5:52  REN3-2 SH Miloö Bubela (1)Zach Schroeder/1, Mike Prapavessis/2
3rd 7:12  AKA3-3 PP Wyatt Ege (2)Austin Azurdia/1
3rd 10:09  AKA4-3 EV GW Wyatt Ege (3)Matt Anholt/3
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Rensselaer  0213
Alaska Anchorage  1034
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd SOG
Rensselaer  912930
Alaska Anchorage  1061127
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
Rensselaer (1-2-0)  1/3 6/12 1
Alaska Anchorage (2-1-0)  1/5 4/8 0
Rensselaer Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Jason Kasdorf (L, 1-2-0)58:454 96823
Empty Net1:150     
Alaska Anchorage Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Olivier Mantha (W, 2-1-0)60:003 910827

FAIRBANKS, Ak. - A two-goal game by freshman defenseman Wyatt Ege, lifted the Alaska Anchorage Seawolves to a 4-3 non-conference win against ECAC's Rensselaer Engineers in Game 1 of the Brice Alaska Goal Rush at the Carlson Center Friday.

Ege, a local of Elk River, Minn., furnished UAA's first multi-goal game of the season with two tallies in the third period to recover the Seawolves from a 3-2 deficit, after UAA led, 1-0 at the end of the first. RPI (1-2-0), who defeated then-No. 1 ranked Boston College last weekend, used two goals in the second period to lead the Seawolves, 2-1 after 40 minutes of play before UAA added three goals in the third.

Now with four points in three games, Ege's first strike was unassisted, on the power play at 7:12 of the third. A former NAHL Ice Dog, Ege went top-shelf, beating netminder Jason Kasdorf. He struck again, less than three minutes later at 10:09 with another top-shelf goal, giving UAA the eventual 4-3 score.

The day started when junior forward Dylan Hubbs started the scoring for the Seawolves by punching in a rebound from freshman Cam Amantea at 14:23 of the first. A local of Beaumont, Alberta, Hubbs collected his first of the season and 11th of his career, while Amantea picked up his second helper on the short season.

Knotting the game 1-1 at 4:59 of the second was RPI's freshman Evan Tironese, who received a goal-line pass out in front of the net from Lou Nanne, left of sophomore goaltender Olivier Mantha. Following a penalty-free first period, the teams traded two, back-to-back penalties in the second, with the Engineers capitalizing at 11:56. Freshman Meirs Moore picked up the man advantage strike, putting RPI on top, 2-1.

In the third, sophomore forward Austin Azurdia furnished his first of the season - 84 seconds in - deadlocking the game once again at 2-2. Freshman Mason Mitchell got the puck on net with a wraparound, allowing Azurdia to tap it in.

A shorthanded strike by Milos Bubela at 7:12 gave the Engineers their final lead of the game. Mantha, who had stopped Bubela earlier on a breakaway, made the initial odd-man rush save, before Bubela rounded up the rebound.

Meanwhile, Mantha made 27 saves with the win, while Kasdorf - who was pulled for the extra attacker with 1:09 left in the game - made 23 saves. RPI outshot UAA, 30-27.

UAA, now 2-1 in non-conference play, returns to the Carlson Center tomorrow to face American International for the first time since 1982 in Game 3 of the Goal Rush.