Lines, updated statistics going into tonight’s SCSU vs. UNO hockey game

 

No. 17 SCSU (6-4 WCHA, 8-6 overall) probable lines

Nothing here is any different than what was on my blog or in the paper today.

LW C RW
11-Kalle Kossila 19-Drew LeBlanc 22-Jonny Brodzinski
10-Ben Hanowski 26-Nic Dowd 13-David Morley
16-Jimmy Murray 8-Cory Thorson 17-Joey Holka
27-Nick Oliver 37-Joe Rehkamp 18-Garrett Milan
LD RD Goalies
28-Andrew Prochno 14-Nick Jensen 29-Ryan Faragher
7-Kevin Gravel 12-Ethan Prow 35-Rasmus Reijola
2-Jarrod Rabey 40-Tim Daly 33-Joe Phillippi
     

 No. 14 NEBRASKA-OMAHA (5-2-1, 9-4-1) probable lines

The Mavericks will dress 14 forwards and seven defensemen. So that’s a change from their lineup in their last game Saturday. There’s quite a few changes with the bottom three lines. The lone line that’s still together is the line that’s listed first here. The top defensive pairing is the same. The other two initial pairings are different and that seventh defenseman will make their rotation interesting to watch. 

The Mavericks will have four Minnesotans in tonight’s lineup in freshman D Nick Seeler (Eden Prairie), sophomore forward Josh Archibald (Brainerd), junior forward Ryan Walters (Rosemount) and freshman forward Tanner Lane (Detroit Lakes).

The Mavericks will have seven players who have been drafted by NHL teams in their lineup tonight in Archibald (Pittsburgh, 6th round), senior left wing Brent Gwidt (Washington, 6th round), freshman left wing Tanner Lane (Winnipeg, 6th round), sophomore defenseman Jaycob Megna (Anaheim, 7th round), Seeler (Minnesota, 5th round), senior defenseman Bryce Aneloski (Ottawa, 7th round), freshman defenseman Brian Cooper (Anaheim, 5th round) and freshman goalie Anthony Stolarz (Philadelphia, 2nd round).

LW C RW
17-Ryan Walters 14-Dominic Zombo 15-Josh Archibald
25-Brent Gwidt 12-Brock Montpetit 21-Matt White
19-Tanner Lane 23-Johnnie Searfoss 13-Zahn Raubenheimer
  9-James Polk 22-Andrew Schmit
LD RD Goalies
8-Jaycob Megna 3-Andrej Sustr 30-John Faulkner
11-Nick Seeler 24-Bryce Aneloski 33-Anthony Stolarz
2-Brian Cooper 7-Michael Young  
28-Brian O’Rourke    

SCSU STATISTICAL LEADERS

Player GP G A Pts PM +/-
Drew LeBlanc 14 5 13 18 4 +5
Nic Dowd 14 8 9 17 18 +1
Kalle Kossila 12 6 5 11 6 +8
Nick Jensen 14 0 10 10 6 Even
Cory Thorson 14 5 4 9 6 +3
Ben Hanowski 9 4 4 8 2 +3
Jonny Brodzinski 14 4 3 7 6 +7
Joey Holka 13 2 5 7 12 +9
Andrew Prochno 13 2 5 7 10 +1
Jimmy Murray 14 3 3 6 4 +4
Ethan Prow 13 2 4 6 2 +10
David Morley 11 1 5 6 4 +3
Goalie GP W-L-T % GAA    
Ryan Faragher 13 7-6-0 .918 2.28    
Joe Phillippi 1 1-0-0 .842 3.00    
Rasmus Reijola 1 0-0-0 .842 4.62    
             

UNO STATISTICAL LEADERS

 

 

 

Player GP G A Pts PM +/-
Ryan Walters 14 6 14 20 10 +9
Dominic Zombo 14 5 9 14 8 +9
Josh Archibald 14 7 6 13 12 +8
Brock Montpetit 14 1 11 12 12 +6
Andrej Sustr 14 4 7 11 14 +8
Zahn Raubenheimer 14 6 4 10 19 +8
Bryce Aneloski 14 2 8 10 4 +9
Johnnie Searfoss 14 4 5 9 8 +7
Michael Young 13 3 6 9 2 +4
Matt White 12 5 3 8 4 +6
             
             
Goalie GP W-L-T % GAA    
John Faulkner 11 8-1-1 .912 2.13    
Anthony Stolarz 4 1-3-0 .902 2.20    
             
             

 

Denver goalie Sam Brittain (right) stops a shot off the stick of St. Cloud State left winger Jimmy Murray in a game in Denver on Nov. 2. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

 

Teams statistical comparison

  SCSU UNO
Shots per game 29.4 32.7
Opponent shots per game 27.1 23.6
Goals per game 3.4 3.6
Opponent goals per game 2.4 2.1
Power play % 16.9 21.1
Penalty kill % 81.8 86.2
Short-hand goals for 2 2
Short-hand goals against 3 0
Penalty minutes per game 11.3 12.6
Opponent penalty minutes 14.0 14.8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mick Hatten

About Mick Hatten

I cover St. Cloud State hockey and I am a general assignment reporter for the sports department at the Times. 2012-13 was my third season covering the Huskies hockey programs. My wife Kristin and I have two boys (Luke, 5, and Josh, 3) and we live in St. Cloud. I have had two stints working at the Times. I worked here from 1986-91 as a part-time sports reporter and intern. I have been back since Aug. 1999. I spent one year as the prep sports coordinator, six years as the St. Cloud State reporter (football, men's and women's basketball and everything else but hockey) and spent four years as the Citizen Times editor. The last two years, I was also the editor of the Rocori Times and Sauk Rapids-Rice Times sections, which are mailed directly to people in those two school districts. Follow me on Twitter at https://twitter.com/MickHatten or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/sctimesmick. I do online chats about college hockey during the season from 1-2 p.m. Thursdays at www.sctimes.com.
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