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>>caption: WILDCATS WIN IN OT<<
@ JOE LOUIS ARENA:
Swedish import Greger Hanson scored (#16) 1:07
into overtime and Northern Michigan reached the
CCHA Finals for the first time since 1999 with a 5-4
victory vs Ferris State in the first game of Friday's semi-final doubleheader.
The Wildcats also set a CCHA tournament record with three goals in a span of just 1:02 during
Ray Kaunisto scored twice (#16 & #17) and Andrew Cherniwchan (#11) tallied in between in the
3-goal outburst that erased an early 1-0 Ferris lead.
Tyler Gron (#210) also scored for NMU.
Todd Pococke (#5), Cody Chupp (#9), Mike Emback (#9) and Matthjew Kirzinger (#9) scored
for the Bulldogs, the latter two 1:02 apart in thne 3rd-Per to deadlock the game 4-all and force
The Michigan Wolverines continued their late season surge and #17 nationally ranked UM upset
#2 rated Miami-of-Ohio 5-2 in Friday's semi-final nightcap.
Michigan reached the title game for the 9th time in the last 10 years.
The Wolverines never trailed with Tristin Llewellyn (#2) and Lee Moffie (#4) getting first and
second period goals.
After Tommy Wingels (#17) brought the Redhawks within 2-1 at 16:55/2, Michigan responded
with three early 3rd-Per scores to clinch the contest. Kevin Lynch scored twice (#5 & #6), his
first on the power play, sandwiched around a goal by Brian Lebler (#13).
Trent Vogelhuber (#8) had a late 3rd-Per PPG for Miami.
Lynch had an assist to go with his pair of goals and Michigan's Matt Rust had three assists.
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