Notre Dame Edged By Minnesota Duluth, 4-3

Sophomore forward Andrew Oglevie had a goal and an assist for the Fighting Irish
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 7:12  NDM1-0 PP Andrew Oglevie (2)Cam Morrison/3, Jake Evans/2
1st 9:03  MND1-1 PP Willie Raskob (2)Joey Anderson/3
1st 13:12  MND2-1 EV Adam Johnson (2)Kyle Osterberg/2, Joey Anderson/4
1st 15:35  NDM2-2 PP Cam Morrison (1)Andrew Oglevie/3, Jake Evans/3
1st 18:04  MND3-2 EV Alex Iafallo (2)Dominic Toninato/2, Neal Pionk/4
1st 18:21  NDM3-3 EV Anders Bjork (5)Connor Hurley/5
2nd 6:09  MND4-3 EV GW Adam Johnson (3)Joey Anderson/5, Dan Molenaar/2
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Notre Dame  3003
Minnesota Duluth  3104
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd SOG
Notre Dame  114823
Minnesota Duluth  1412632
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
Notre Dame (2-1-0)  2/6 6/12 0
Minnesota Duluth (3-0-2)  1/6 6/12 0
Notre Dame Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Cal Petersen (L, 2-1-0)58:264 1111628
Empty Net1:340     
Minnesota Duluth Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Nick Deery (W, 1-0-2)59:533 84820
Empty Net0:070     

DULUTH, Minn. -- Playing on the road for the first time this season, the No. 5/6 Fighting Irish hockey team was edged by No. 4 Minnesota Duluth on Friday night at the Amsoil Arena (5,526).

The teams traded goals in a fast-paced first period that ended tied, 3-3.

The Irish took a 1-0 lead on an Andrew Oglevie tally, while Cam Morrison added his first career goal to then tie the game, 2-2.

Anders Bjork's fifth goal of the season tied the game one again, 3-3, just 17 seconds after Alex Iafallo had given the Bulldogs a 3-2 lead.

In the second period, Minnesota Duluth's Adam Johnson scored what proved to be the game winner at 6:09.

Notre Dame had several chances to tie things up in the third and pulled Cal Petersen in favor of the extra attacker while skating on the power play with time winding down but the Bulldogs were able to hang on for the win.

Petersen finished the night with 28 saves, including a breakaway stop on Duluth's Dominic Toninato to keep it a one goal game late in the third period.

In the Minnesota Duluth net, Nick Deery finished with 20 saves.

On Saturday night, the Irish and Bulldogs will close out their weekend series in an 8:05 p.m. (ET) game at the Amsoil Arena.


Sophomore forward Andrew Oglevie scored a goal and added an assist for a two point night. He also led the Irish with four shots on goal.


The Irish took a 1-0 lead for the third consecutive game to start the season. Last season, the Irish were one of the nation's leading teams when it came to scoring the game's first goal (Notre Dame took a 1-0 lead in 27 of 37 games in 2015-16).


1-0 | Oglevie gave the Irish a 1-0 lead at 7:12 of the first period when he one-timed a shot from the slot past Nick Deery. The goal came just eight seconds into Notre Dame's first power play of the night and was assisted by Cam Morrison and Jake Evans.

2-2 | Cam Morrison tied the game, 2-2, with his first career goal, scored at 15:35 of the first period. The goal, which was assisted by Oglevie and Evans, also came on the power play.

3-3 | Just 17 seconds after Minnesota Duluth took a 3-2 lead, Anders Bjork scored his fifth goal of the season when he sent a wrist shot high past Nick Deery at 18:21 of the first. Connor Hurley assisted on the play.


- Seven players on the Notre Dame roster hail from Minnesota, the most of any state, including Tony Bretzman (Mendota Heights), Jordan Gross (Maple Grove), Ben Ostlie (Edina), Connor Hurley (Edina), Dylan Malmquist (Edina), Peter Mark (Minneapolis) and Bo Brauer (Edina).

- The Irish are now 21-16-6 all-time against Minnesota Duluth.

- Cam Morrison (1-1-2) posted his second multi-point game of the season.

- Andrew Oglevie (1-1-2) posted his second multi-point game of the season (third of his career).