2019-20 WCHA Game Recap

Freshman forward Brayden Camrud scored in the shootout for the Seawolves
Alaska Anchorage, Ferris State Skate to 4-4 Draw; Seawolves Pick Up Extra WCHA Point in Shootout
Freshman forward Brayden Camrud scored in the shootout for the Seawolves

ANCHORAGE, ALASKA - Alaska Anchorage and Ferris State skated to a 4-4 tie, and Brayden Camrud scored in the shootout to give the Seawolves a second point Saturday night.

Camrud got the Seawolves offense going by winning a faceoff back to Tanner Schachle who ripped a shot for his fourth goal of the season at 9:31 of the first period.

FSU's Justin Michaelian evened the score with a late period goal at 19:11.

The Seawolves scored three goals in the second to push its lead to 4-1.

Eric Sinclair recorded the Seawolves lone power-play goal of the evening at 3:24.

Rylee St. Onge and Corey Renwick added goals at 6:31 and 11:35.

The Bulldogs would claw back with a pair of power-play goals at 14:42 and 16:47 of the second period.

Hunter Wendt scored at 12:22 of the third period for Ferris State to send the game to overtime.

Neither team found the net in the first overtime or the second 3-on-3 overtime sending the game to a shootout.

A Ferris State miss paired with Brayden Camrud's shootout goal gave the Seawolves two points.

Kris Carlson stopped 37 shots for UAA and his counterpart Carter McPhail made 31 saves.

Alaska Anchorage will play at Michigan Tech Dec. 6-7.

Game Summary

Saturday, November 30, 2019

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Game statistics
40 Shots 33
2 / 7 Power Plays 1 / 4
6 / 12 PIM 9 / 29
5-9-1 Records 2-9-3
GOAL SCORERS
Ferris State Alaska Anchorage
Tanner Schachle (4)
1st/9:31
Justin Michaelian (3)
1st/19:11
Eric Sinclair (1)
2nd/3:24 PP
Rylee St. Onge (3)
2nd/6:31
Corey Renwick (1)
2nd/11:35
Zach Yoder (2)
2nd/14:42 PP
Nate Kallen (5)
2nd/16:47 PP
Hunter Wendt (1)
3rd/12:22  GT
GOALTENDERS
Ferris State Alaska Anchorage
Carter McPhail
65:00, 29 Saves, 4 GA
(T, 1-4-1)
Kris Carlson
65:00, 36 Saves, 4 GA
(T, 0-4-2)