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LSSU drops second game of the weekend to Notre Dame

LSSU drops second game of the weekend to Notre Dame

SOUTH BEND, Ind.- Lake Superior State (11-12-1) fell to former Central Collegiate Hockey Association rivals, the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame (14-8-1), by a score of 4-2 in the Saturday night game at Compton Family Ice Arena.

The Lakers received goals from freshmen Alex Globke (9-14--23) and Matt Johnson (4-1--5). However, Notre Dame rode the performances of Steven Fogarty (two goals), Peter Schneider (goal and assist) and the second goal of the weekend by Mario Lucia.

LSSU jumped out to an early lead when Globke tallied his ninth goal of the season on assists from senior Dan Radke (3-12--15) and freshman Garret Clemment (3-10--13). The Lakers took that one-goal lead into the second period as senior Kevin Murdock (4-7-0) turned away all 14 shots he faced in the period. 

The Lakers' lead held until Fogarty scored a pair of goals in under a minute to give Notre Dame a lead that it would not relinquish. The Irish put up another goal on the scoreboard before the end of the second period after a penalty against Chris Ciotti (1-8--9) opened the door for Lucia's second goal of the weekend. Murdock once again reached double-digit saves in the second period as he turned away 12 of the 15 shots he faced.

Johnson delivered the final goal for the Lakers early in the third period from Garret Clemment's second assist of the game and third on the weekend. Stephen Perfetto (3-13--16) picked up his second assist of the weekend.

UND senior netminder Steven Summeryhays (12-7-1) faced only 19 shots on the evening. Murdock surpassed the 40-save mark for the second straight game. The Irish were 1-for-5 on the power play, while LSSU finished 0-for-4.

The Lakers are on the road again next week as they travel to the Western Collegiate Hockey Association's Bowling Green (Jan. 24 & 25).

Final: LSSU 2-Notre Dame 4