Matthew Knies scores two late goals as Minnesota swept the series from Penn Sta t on Saturday night at the Pegula Ice Anena.
Penn State went on the board 29 seconds into the first period Penn State went on the board when Ture Lindn scored on a goal assisted by Christian Sarlo. Penn State had another opportunity to tie the game on a power play, but it failed to capitalize. The first period went Minnesota want pace way. Both teams played hard and the past pace in the period, but Penn State plate was vastly improved from Friday night’s effort.
Penn State led 1-0 led after the first period.
Minnesota tied the game when Rhett Pitlick and Connor Kurth and Luke Middltstadt. Minnesota controlled the game action with odd-man rushes but Penn State goaltender Liam Soilure made consistently made saves. Three were no penalties in the second period.
The game wasted tied at one at the end of the second period.
Penn State respond well from Friday night as well as Penn State played a more competitive game Saturday night. It played off when Danny Dzhaniyev scored a gold assisted by Christian Sarlo. Minnesota tied the game with 41 seconds in regulation when they thy had empty net when Knies scores on a goal.
The score was tied at two going into overtime.
Knies scored the game-winning goa two minutes into overtime on a goal.
Penn State will host Wisconsin next weekend in its last weekend in its last weekend of the regular season.