The University of Minnesota Golden Gophers faced off against the Concordia University of Wisconsin Falcons in a thrilling game that went into overtime. The final score was Golden Gophers 1 – Falcons 2, with the Falcons emerging victorious in a hard-fought battle.

The Golden Gophers put up a strong fight, with 33 shots on goal compared to the Falcons’ 45 shots. Despite their efforts, the Golden Gophers were unable to convert on their powerplay opportunities, going 0/2 on the man advantage. The Falcons also struggled on the powerplay, going 0/1 in the game.

In net, Golden Gophers goalie Zach Walker faced a barrage of shots, making an impressive 43 saves on 45 shots. On the other end, Falcons goalie Vincent Falcone turned away 32 of the 33 shots he faced, helping his team secure the win.

The lone goal for the Golden Gophers came from #25 Roy Chebaclo, who managed to find the back of the net in a tightly contested game. However, it was the Falcons’ #10 Charles Emme who stole the show with two goals, ultimately leading his team to victory.

Despite the outcome, the Golden Gophers showed resilience and determination throughout the game, and they will look to bounce back in their next matchup. Congratulations to the Concordia University of Wisconsin Falcons on their hard-fought win. The Golden Gophers will regroup and come back stronger in their next game. Let’s continue to support our team as they strive for success on the ice! #GoGophers 🏒🥅