Comments for: Ouellette, Lomberg lead Maine men’s hockey to 1-0 win over Minnesota-Duluth

Posted Dec. 28, 2012, at 10:22 p.m.
Last modified Dec. 28, 2012, at 11:19 p.m.

ESTERO, Fla. —- The University of Maine men’s hockey team got a measure of revenge Friday night. The Black Bears, eliminated in the first round of the NCAA Tournament a year ago by Minnesota-Duluth, used a second-period shorthanded goal from freshman right wing Ryan Lomberg and 31 saves from junior …

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  • Anonymous

    BIG DEAL!!!!…nothing to be impressed with.

  • Anonymous

    Good for Marty, he stole a win. They go 0 for 5 on PP and score one goal, doesn’t sound like they are breaking out of their slump.

  • JG

    Yawn.

  • Anonymous

    Well at least we have a goalie capable of stealing games – haven’t had that in a long time (Sully is solid and will give you a chance but he isn’t about to steal too many wins..)

  • HalseyTaylor

    The Dubuque Fighting Saints are 22-4-1 this week under Jim Montgomery’s leadership.

  • Anonymous

    Loved the mention of the “Measure of revenge” as if the Florida Classic is equivalent to the NCAAs.

    • Anonymous

      Hey, everybody gets up for the Florida Classic.

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