College Hockey:
Concordia Routs Connecticut 5-1 in Exhibition

Miller Scores the Huskies' Lone Goal

— Connecticut scored the first goal of the game Saturday, but it was all downhill from there.

Concordia closed the first period with three goals and added two more for a 5-1 exhibition over the Huskies at the UConn Ice Arena.

D.J. Miller scored UConn’s goal, at 11:36 of the first period, before Edin Burazerovic, Sean Tilley and Ryan McKenzie gave the Stingers a 3-1 lead after one period.

Gerry Gomez scored in the third for a 4-1 lead and Tilley added an empty-net goal.

Artie Imbriano and Jason Carey combined for 20 saves for UConn. Christian Marois and Eric Hakka teamed for 21 saves for Concordia.

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