|1st||6:30||AKA||1-0||PP||Tad Kozun (1)||Cameron Trott/1, Austin Azurdia/2|
|1st||12:05||CC||1-1||PP||Mason Bergh (2)||Trey Bradley/5, Cole McCaskill/2|
|2nd||8:49||CC||2-1||PP||Mason Bergh (3)||Westin Michaud/3, Nick Halloran/4|
|3rd||3:44||CC||3-1||EV GW||Mason Bergh (4)||Nick Halloran/5, Zach Berzolla/1|
|3rd||14:00||AKA||2-3||PP||Cameron Trott (1)||Austin Azurdia/3, Tad Kozun/2|
|Shots on Goal||1st||2nd||3rd||SOG|
|Team Stats and Records||PP||PIM||SHGF|
|Alaska Anchorage (0-3-1)||2/7||6/12||0|
|Colorado College (3-1-0)||2/6||7/14||0|
|Alaska Anchorage Goaltending||MIN||GA||1||2||3||Saves|
|Olivier Mantha (L, 0-3-1)||59:57||3||12||15||11||38|
|Colorado College Goaltending||MIN||GA||1||2||3||Saves|
|Alex Leclerc (W, 3-1-0)||60:00||2||10||5||1||16|
COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. - Olivier Mantha became the career leader in saves for the Alaska Anchorage hockey team in a 3-2 loss at Colorado College Saturday.
Mantha finished with 38 saves on the tonight and has 2,645 for his career. Mantha passed Paul Krake (1989-92) who finished his career with 2,637 saves.
Tad Kozun scored his first goal of the season on the power play pounding home the puck from right in front of the goal at 6:30 of the first. The goal was the 25th of his career, the most of any active Seawolf. Cameron Trott and Austin Azurdia assisted on the goal.
Mason Bergh tied the game at 1-1 tapping in a power-play goal at 12:05 of the first. He added a seconded power-play goal at 8:49 of the second and completed the hat trick with an even strength goal at 3:44 of the third.
The Seawolves second goal of the evening came compliments of some crisp passing. Jeremiah Luedtke found Austin Azurdia in front of the CC goal who then sent the puck to Trott at the bottom of the circle. Trott recorded his first goal, assist and multi-point game tonight.
UAA finished 2-for-7 on the power play and CC was 2-for-5. The Tigers finished with a 41-16 edge in shots.
Alaska Anchorage (0-3-1) will host Alaska Fairbanks for the first of six games in the Alaska Airlines Governor's Cup Oct. 20.