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Saints, Warriors Battle To Draw

Peverly's Second Of Night Produces Tie For SLU

— St. Lawrence senior center Rich Peverley scored his second goal of the game just as a power play expired with 5:25 to go in regulation to lift SLU to a 4-4 tie with Wayne State Friday night.

The Saints jumped out to an early lead on sophomore T.J. Trevleyan’s power-play goal 4:22 into the game, but the Warriors tied it up just 3:13 later when junior Nathan Rosychuk fired a power-play wrist shot inside the near post.

St. Lawrence took a 2-1 lead just 19 seconds into the second period when Peverley finished off a two-on-one break with his first goal of the year, but the Warriors tied it again on sophomore Derek MacKay’s goal at 4:03, and took the lead when freshman Mike Forgie scored on a five-on-three power play at 14:53.

Trevelyan scored his second of the night just 38 seconds into the third period on a rebound of a shot by freshman defenseman Drew Bagnall to tie it at 3-3, but the Warriors regained the lead when sophomore John May soloed on Saint goalie Kevin Ackley after a turnover at the SLU blue line 5:11 into the third period.

Peverley then retied the game as he took Trevelyan’s rebound and put it past Carlson at 14:35.

Ackley had 31 saves for the Saints, who had all their scoring from the same line, as Trevelyan had four points, Peverley three and right wing John Zeiler added three assists.

Wayne State goalie Marc Carlson made 18 of his 35 saves in the third period and overtime.

The teams conclude the weekend set with a 7 p.m. faceoff on Saturday at Appleton Arena.

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