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Concordia scoring leader Alec Holen was never able to help CC find an offensive rhythm in their 9-0 loss at UW-Eau Claire.
 
Ambushed In Eau Claire!

Courtesy of GoCobbers.com, Release: January 6


Game Scoreboard:

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Final
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9

Game Scoring:

1st Period

1 1st 00:57 UWEC EV Jesse Vesel (Andrew Johnson)
2 1st 07:22 UWEC EV Ben Hendrick (Mike Schneider)
3 1st 15:04 UWEC PP And.Johnson (Petersen, Lockwood)
4 1st 16:54 UWEC EV And. Johnson (Jesse Vesel)

2nd Period

5 2nd 06:44 UWEC EV Brooks Lockwood (Unassisted)
6 2nd 12:26 UWEC SH And. Johnson (Lockwood, Kuqali)

3rd Period

7 3rd 02:51 UWEC PP Greg Petersen (Kyle Garner)
8 3rd 17:13 UWEC PP And. Johnson (Dus, Vesel)
9 3rd 18:33 UWEC EV Dave Coleman (Hendrick, Byers)


Game Rewind:

Game Stats: Final Stats vs. UW-Eau Claire


Game Recap:

EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (1/05/07)-- Concordia gave up a goal in the first minute of play and the game went downhill from their for the Cobbers as they were ambushed by UW-Eau Claire 9-0 in Eau Claire, Wis. on Friday night.

The game was the first for Concordia after a 20-day break for the Christmas holiday and snaps the Cobbers' three-game winning streak. CC is now 6-5 on the year. The Blugolds return to action after their holiday layoff by winning for the first time in five games. Eau Claire evens their overall mark at 6-6-2.

The game started ominously for Concordia as the Blugolds scored just 57 seconds into the contest on Cobber goalie Mike Persson. Persson was then replaced by starting goalie Jeremy Boniface. Boniface fared little better as he allowed three more goals in the period as Eau Claire took a 4-0 lead into the second frame.

The Blugolds tacked on a pair of goals in the second period and then added three more in the third to bring the final total to 9-0. The shutout is the first of the year for Eau Claire.


For the game, Concordia was only outshot 30-23. The Cobbers took nine penalties in the game for 18 penalty minutes while the Blugolds were whistled for 11 penalties and 22 penalty minutes. CC went 0-for-7 on the power play and allowed a short-handed goal in the second period. Eau Claire scored three power play goals on the night.

The Cobbers will return to action on Saturday night when they play at UW-Stevens at 7:30 p.m.

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