Tuesday, June 28 2022

For the first time in 37 days, the Jamestown University hockey team returned home to John L. Wilson Arena in the two-tournament final against Minot State on March 3. .22, the Beavers retaining a 2-1 victory.

Before the game, the Jimmies held their senior night ceremony, honoring Tyson Brouwer, Jason Richter, Graham Day, Dylan Ossachuk and Vladislav Zamzhytski.

After a scoreless first period, the Beavers opened the scoring when Josh Pederson unleashed a point shot that deflected off the bodies in front and caught Brouwer down to make it 1-0. Late in the period, Logan Berggren of the Jimmies threw a one-knee cross pass to Jordon Kromm who beat the puck past Riley Wallace to tie the game at one.

Although the Jimmies fired a five-minute major for the third-period boarding, the game would stay where it was. That was until 9:40 a.m. left in the game when Payton Jerome of the Beavers fired a shot that was kicked out by Brouwer directly onto the stick of Jay Bucholz who netted the rebound to fend off the Beavers ahead 2-1.

The Jimmies return to action at 8 p.m. on Saturday, March 12, when they take on Stony Brook University in the ACHA National Tournament. The Beavers hit the ice again at 4:45 p.m. on Friday, March 11, as they face the winner of the first-round game between Michigan-Dearborn and Arizona.

MSU 2, UJ 1

MSU: 0 1 1–2

UJ: 0 1 0–1

Parts to mark:

Second period:

MSU: Josh Pederson, 15:17

UI: Jordan Kromm, 7:35 p.m.

Third period:

MSU: Jay Bucholz, 10:20

Save the rulers:

MSU: Riley Wallace, 17

UI: Tyson Brower, 24

Shoot to the net:

MSU: 26

UI: 18


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