Friday, February 16, 2018
Freshman forward Jake Jaremko has two goals and assist for Mavericks
Freshman forward Jake Jaremko had two goals and an assist for the Mavericks
||Reggie Lutz (6)||Connor Mackey/8, Jake Jaremko/22
||C.J. Suess (18)||Parker Tuomie/21, Ian Scheid/12
||Lucas Finner (5)||Corey Mackin/14, Ryker Killins/13
||Daniel Brickley (9)||Brad McClure/9, Jared Spooner/10
||Jake Jaremko (11)||Reggie Lutz/14, Dallas Gerads/5
||Jake Jaremko (12)||Reggie Lutz/15, Zeb Knutson/23
||Marc Michaelis (14)||Daniel Brickley/21, Parker Tuomie/22
||Brad McClure (7)||Jared Spooner/11, Nicholas Rivera/6
|Shots on Goal
|Team Stats and Records
|Ferris State (12-20-1)
|Minnesota State (24-7-0)
|Ferris State Goaltending
|Darren Smith (L, 6-10-1)||60:00||7
|Minnesota State Goaltending
|Connor LaCouvee (W, 18-3-0)||60:00||1
The win is the eighth in a row for the Mavericks and ups their record to 24-7-0 overall, 20-5-0 WCHA on the year.
Connor Mackey beat a screened Darren Smith with a shot from the point at 1:17 of the first period to put the Mavericks up 1-0. The goal is the fourth of the year for the freshman blueliner from Tower Heights, Ill.
Senior captain C.J. Suess roofed a shot over Smith's shoulder from a bad angle on the near side 15 seconds into the second period with his 18th of the year giving Minnesota State a 2-0 lead. Ferris State got one back when Lucas Finner batted a bouncing puck near the net past Connor LaCouvee at 1:23, but goals by Daniel Brickley, at 2:03, and Jake Jaremko, at 6:59, opened up a three-goal cushion for the Mavericks. Jaremko scored again at 18:21, with his 12th of the season making it a 5-1 lead. Mark Michaelis wired one for his 14th of the season with a snap shot over Smith's shoulder on the stickside at 19:21 and Minnesota State took a 6-1 lead into the locker room at the end of 40 minutes of play.
Senior winger Brad McClure closed out the scoring with his seventh of the season coming on a scramble in the Ferris State crease at 18:52 of the final period.
LaCouvee, who made his eighth consecutive start in the game and stopped 19 shots in the process, upped his record to 18-3-0 with the win. Jaremko finished with two goals and an assist, while Brickley and McClure both had a goal and an assist. Parker Tuomie and Reggie Lutz both chipped in with a pair of assists.
The Mavericks, who outshot FSU by a 43-20 margin in the contest and the game was played in front of 3,950 fans.
The Mavericks and the Bulldogs close out the two-game WCHA series Saturday night with a 7:07 p.m. face-off scheduled for Verizon Center in downtown Mankato.