MSU's see-saw battle finally tilts Anchorage's way - Bring Me The News

MSU's see-saw battle finally tilts Anchorage's way

A quick start and a couple more points from Eriah Hayes could not keep MSU-Mankato from losing its fourth straight, 5-4. An Alaska-Anchorage freshman scored his first college goal for the game-winner.
Author:
Publish date:

A quick start and a couple more points from Eriah Hayes could not keep MSU-Mankato from losing its fourth straight, 5-4. An Alaska-Anchorage freshman scored his first college goal for the game-winner.

Next Up

Related

WCHA playoff preview: Gophers vs. Alaska-Anchorage

The best-of-three series between the Golden Gophers and Alaska-Anchorage begins tonight at Mariucci Arena. Minnesota, the No. 1 seed in the tournament, swept the Seawolves in a pair games back in October. Minnesota outscored Anchorage 8-1 in the two games.

Top-ranked Bulldogs surge past Alaska Anchorage

Sophomore J.T. Brown netted four goals to lead the University of Minnesota Duluth (18-5-4 overall, 12-4-3 WCHA) to a 4-1 victory over Alaska Anchorage. The only goal for the last-place Seawolves (6-17-2, 3-17-1) came late in the second period. The two teams will meet again Saturday night for the WCHA series-ender.

Gophers looking for revenge against Alaska-Anchorage in WCHA playoffs

It's been one year since Alaska-Anchorage upset the Gophers in the first round of the WCHA playoffs. This year the Gophers are the top seed and a heavy favorite against Seawolves. The best-of-three series between the two begins Friday at Mariucci Arena. If Minnesota wins they will advance to the WCHA Final Five.

Hartman: Winning ways escape McNabb

Donovan McNabb's winning ways just aren't the same. He led the Philadelphia Eagles to four straight NFC Championship games from 2001-04, including an appearance in the 2004 Super Bowl. Ever since he left the Eagles McNabb has a combined record of 5-12.

Gophers are huge underdogs at MSU

Apparently last weekend's exciting victory over the Iowa Hawkeyes wasn't enough to convince the oddsmakers that the Gophers stand a fighting chance this Saturday at Michigan State. The Spartans are favored by 27.5 points over Minnesota.

Royals blank Twins in basement battle

The Twins are now three games behind the Royals in the battle for the basement after losing in Kansas City, 4-0 Tuesday night. In eight innings of work, Royals starter Bruce Chen shut down the Twins allowing only two hits, and he retired 24 of the final 26 batters he faced.