Bemidji State Falls to Princeton, 4-1

Junior forward Jay Dickman scored a goal for the Beavers
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 0:17  BMJ1-0 EV Jay Dickman (6)Kyle Bauman/5, Aaron Miller/2
2nd 16:51  PRN1-1 PP Ryan Kuffner (5)Josh Teves/6, Jackson Cressey/5
2nd 18:30  PRN2-1 EV GW Alex Riche (1)Max Véronneau/6, Ryan Kuffner/5
3rd 4:58  PRN3-1 EV David Hallisey (4)Joe Grabowski/1, Eric Robinson/5
3rd 14:18  PRN4-1 EV Jake Paganelli (1)Spencer Kryczka/2, Josh Teves/7
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Bemidji State  1001
Princeton  0224
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd SOG
Bemidji State  951327
Princeton  13131440
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
Bemidji State (5-5-2)  0/1 3/6 0
Princeton (4-4-1)  1/3 1/2 0
Bemidji State Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Jack Burgart (L, 0-1-0)57:394 13111236
Empty Net2:210     
Princeton Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Ryan Ferland (W, 4-3-1)60:001 851326

PRINCETON, N.J. - Jay Dickman scored just 17 seconds into Friday night's series finale, but Princeton netted four unanswered goals to take the non-conference victory, 4-1, over Bemidji State University and even the series.

Dickman's goal, which stands as the fastest goal to open a game since Matt Read scored 17 seconds after the opening face off versus the University of Alaska-Anchorage, Nov. 13, 2010, gave the Beavers a lead that stood through 36 minutes, but Ryan Kuffer made good on a power-play goal at the 16:51 mark of the second period to tie the game and Alex Riche found the back of the net 2:39 later to send the Tigers to the second intermission owning a 2-1 advantage.

BSU was unable to generate any offense in the final 59 minutes of the game. Out shot 40-27, BSU was 0-for-1 on the power play and despite pulling its goalie for nearly three minutes late in the third period, was unable to make up any ground and dropped the game.

In addition to Dickman, Kyle Bauman and Aaron Miller found the score book as each were credited with assists.

Sophomore goaltender Jack Burgart made his first collegiate start for BSU and collected 36 saves in 57:39 of action. He falls to 0-1-0 as a Beaver.

The Beavers, now 5-5-2 overall remain on the road and turn their focus back to Western Collegiate Hockey Association play, where they are 2-3-1-1. BSU will travel to Bowling Green, Ohio for a two-game series at Bowling Green State University, Dec. 1-2. Friday's game is scheduled for a 6:37 p.m. (CST) opening face off and Saturday's start is set for 6:07 p.m.