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Game Preview: No. 3 Denver vs. No. 1 St. Cloud State

No. 3 DENVER

(5-2-2, NCHC 1-2-0-0)

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No. 1 SCSU

(7-1-0, NCHC 2-1-0-0)

Saturday, November 11, 2017 | 7:05 p.m. MT
Magness Arena (Denver, Colo.)

 

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VETERAN'S DAY WEEKEND

• Veterans can enter the promo code `VETS' here to receive $10 tickets to their weekend's games

• Student Equipment Manager Dan Janosko will drop the ceremonial first puck on Saturday at Magness Arena. All veterans in attendance will be honored during the game

LAST GAME

No. 3 Denver 4, No. 1 St. Cloud State 2

• Denver snapped St. Cloud State’s seven-game winning streak and earned its fourth-consecutive win against the Huskies 

• Henrik Borgstrom opened the scoring for the Pioneers at 12:31 of the first period and the the Pioneers never relinquished the lead. St. Cloud State made it 3-2 with 1:02 remaining, but Borgstrom sealed the game with an empty netter

• Henrik Borgstrom and Jarid Lukosevicius finished with two (2) goals for the Pioneers...Tanner Jaillet made 32 saves for the Pioneers...Robby Jackson had two (2) assists for the Huskies

• Denver finished 1/2 on the power play and 5/6 on the penalty kill

DENVER SNAPSHOT

Troy Terry enters Saturday ranked 2nd in NCAA scoring with 17 points (5-12-17) in nine (9) games…Henrik Borgström enters Saturday ranked 3rd in NCAA scoring with 16 points (11-5-16) through eight (8) games

• Denver has scored 23 goals in its last five (5) games and averages 4.11 goals per game, ranking 4th in the NCAA

• Denver’s weekend’s series against No. 1 St. Cloud State marks its third ranked matchup of the season. Denver is 3-0-1 against ranked opponents

• The Pioneers are among the most disciplined teams in the NCAA, averaging the fourth-fewest penalty minutes per game (8.78)

DENVER LAST SERIES

• Denver was swept on the road at Western Michigan, falling 6-5 on Friday and

7-4 on Saturday at Lawson Arena

• Henrik Borgstrom recorded his first career hat trick before the midway point of

Friday’s game, but the Broncos scored two (2) goals in the final 1:12 to come from

behind and defeat the Pioneers

• Denver established a 3-0 lead early in the second period of Saturday’s game,

but Western Michigan pulled within one goal before the second intermission then

added three (3) goals in 43 seconds less than halfway through the third period

DENVER: UP NEXT

• The Pioneers will continue conference play at home on Nov. 17-18 against the University of North Dakota

ST. CLOUD STATE SNAPSHOT

• The Huskies had their seven-game winning streak snapped with a 4-2 loss on Friday at Magness Arena

• St. Cloud State has scored 20 goals in its last five (5) games and averages 4.38 goals per game, ranking 2nd in the NCAA

• Jimmy Schuldt leads St. Cloud State with 13 points (5-8-13) in eight (8) games...Robby Jackson is on a seven-game point streak (4-7-11)

• St. Cloud State has the third-best power play in the NCAA, converting on 30.0% of its chances. The Huskies’ penalty kill is 14th best in the nation, converting at 85.2% 

ST. CLOUD STATE LAST SERIES

• The Huskies swept No. 8 Minnesota Duluth with a 5-3 win on Friday and a 5-0 win on Saturday

• The Huskies used a three-goal third-period and two power-play goals to defeat the Bulldogs on Friday. The teams combined for 45 penalty minutes

• St. Cloud State scored twice on the power play and once shorthanded in a 29-save shutout for Huskies goalie David Hrenak on Saturday

ST. CLOUD STATE: UP NEXT

• St. Cloud State will continue conference play with a home series on Nov. 17-18 against Colorado College

PIONEERS IN THE POLLS

• The Pioneers took the No. 3 spot in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll after ranking No. 1 for six-consecutive weeks

• Denver took the No. 3 spot in the USCHO.com poll after ranking No. 1 for five-consecutive weeks

HOT STREAKS

Henrik Borgström is on an eight-game point streak (11-5-16) and has eight (8) goals in his last four (4) games

Troy Terry is on a six-game point streak (4-10-14)

Jarid Lukosevicius is on a four-game point streak (2-3-5)

GAMBRELL MILESTONE

Dylan Gambrell reached 100 career points (33-67-100) in 85 career games on

Oct. 28 against Boston College

• Gambrell is tied for 81st among Denver’s all-time scorers with 104 points

RECORD START

• Denver’s 4-0-2 record to start the season was the best in coach Jim Montgomery’s five-year tenure at DU and the best for the team since the 2012-2013

season when the team opened the season with a 5-1-0 mark

BORGSTROM’S HAT TRICK

• Henrik Borgstrom recorded his first career hat trick on Friday, Nov. 3 against

Western Michigan

• The hat trick was part of his first-career four-point game

PLANT LEADING THE WAY

• Senior Adam Plant is tied with Landon Smith (Quinnipiac) for third among active

NCAA players in games played with 130. Plant and Smith trail Karson Kuhlman

(Minnesota Duluth - 133) and Austin Poganski (North Dakota - 133)

BUTCHER SETTING RECORDS

• 2017 Hobey Baker Award winner Will Butcher (New Jersey Devils) became the first player in NHL history to record at least eight (8) assists in his first five (5) career games. Butcher recorded 103 points (28-75-103) in 158 games for the Pioneers from 2013-2017

STASTNY REACHES MILESTONE

• Former Pioneer Paul Stastny (St. Louis Blues) recorded his 600th NHL point in a game against the Colorado Avalanche on Oct. 19. Stastny posted 98 points in 81 games with the Pioneers from 2004-2006

DENVER PIONEERS SUCCESS

• Denver Athletics has claimed the I-AAA Directors’ Cup in nine (9) of the last 10 seasons, for the top finish in the Directors’ Cup standings amongst schools without football

• The Pioneers have claimed 32 National Championships in their history (skiing - 23, men’s hockey - 8, men’s lacrosse - 1)

• The athletic department has 21 National Semifinal appearances, including eight (8) since 2011

• Denver’s 35th place overall Directors’ Cup finish in 2016-17 is the department’s best in its history. DU’s men’s programs finished fifth in the Capital One Cup for the second time in three years

• Entering 2017-18, the Pioneers are among eight (8) athletic departments in the country to take home an NCAA title in each of the last four (4) years

PIONEERS IN THE NHL DRAFT

• The Pioneers have had at least one (1) player selected in the NHL Draft for the last 16 years. This season, Denver has five (5) prospects with Henrik Borgstom (FLA, 2016), Dylan Gambrell (SJS, 2016), Troy Terry (ANA), Blake Hillman (CHI, 2016) and Ian Mitchell (CHI, 2017)

• Denver has three (3) players eligible for the 2018 NHL Draft: Jaako Heikkinen, Griffin Mendel and Dayton Rasmussen

• The 2018 NHL Draft is set to be held from June 22-23 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas

PIONEERS IN THE NHL

• Six (6) Pioneers were named to NHL Opening Day rosters: Tyler Bozak (Toronto Maple Leafs), Will Butcher (New Jersey Devils), Paul Stastny (St. Louis Blues), Nick Shore (Los Angeles Kings), Jason Zucker (Minnesota Wild) and Scott Mayfield (New York Islanders)

• At least one student-athlete from the last seven (7) seasons is on an NHL roster


 

 

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