Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-10-09 02:11:37 –
Colorado Springs — Chase Foley scored his first career goal and Colorado College beat St. Lawrence 41-14, but the Tigers were unable to solve goalkeeper Emil Zetter Quist at the Ed Robson Arena. I lost to Saints 2-1 in the first match.
Aleksi Peltonen put the SLU on the board at 2:03, received a feed from Ashton Fry in front of the net, and passed the puck through CC goalkeeper Dominic Basse (12 saves).
Kaden Pickering was the only power play goal in the game and won the final game winner with a 6 minute mark in the second period. Pickering received a cross-ice feed from Chris Pappas and put the pack on the open net only once. Philip Chapleau also helped with the play.
Foley took the lead with his first Tiger goal at the Robson Arena, leaving 9:14 in the second period. Jordan Biro fired a shot from the right circle saved by Zetterquist, but Puck went to Foley in the left circle and he filled it.
The Tigers had a great opportunity to even out the scores early in the third period when Pickering whistled in a five-minute major as he knocked Connor Mayer on the board six seconds after the final frame.
Despite scoring 5 shots in 5 minutes, the Tigers finished the game 0-6 in power play. The CC held a 14-2 advantage in the last 20 minutes of shooting, but had a basse on the bench for an additional attacker and only scored one goal in the final 2:47. .. The shot came from Nate Schweitzer with six seconds left, Logan Will had an open net, but Puck bounced off the stick.
CC Tyler Coffey led all players with 6 shots, followed by Meyer with 5 shots. Zetterquist finished the night with 40 saves.
The team will fight again on Saturday, October 9th at 6pm (MT).
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