Our digital first star of the night here at The Blog goes to Colorado College freshman winger Hunter Fejes of Anchorage, who not only rocked a two-goal, three-point night, but delivered the unassisted game winner with just 11 seconds left in OT to beat rival Denver, 6-5.
Fejes owns 5-5--10 totals in 29 games. Tigers captain William Rapuzzi of Anchorage racked two assists to continue his career season -- 14-19--33 totals in 30 games this season.
A bunch of Alaska guys rocked it in Division I tonight.
Minnesota State-Mankato freshman goaltender Stephon Williams of Fairbanks fed host Minnesota-Duluth 34 saves in the Mavericks' 5-1 win for a series sweep. He stopped 60 of 63 shots on the weekend. He's 15-7-2 with a 1.79 and .930 and four bagels. He's good at hockey.
Michigan State sophomore winger Tanner Sorenson of Anchorage bagged the game winner in a 3-1 win over Bowling Green to give him 9-6--15 totals in 30 games. Elsewhere in the CCHA, Notre Dame used Austin Wuthrich of Anchorage's third goal of the season, the game winner, and 24 saves from goaltender Steve Summerhays of Anchorage for a 6-4 win over Michigan.
And Penn State freshman Casey Bailey of Anchorage furnished one goal and one assist in a 4-3 win over Alabama-Huntsville. He owns 13-12--25 totals in 25 games to tie for the team lead in points.