Seawolves bite back in second to lead 4-3

As expected, Alaska-Anchorage refused to go away quietly, taking advantage of six penalties against Colorado College to record two power-play goals to take a 4-3 lead into second intermission.

Seawolves defenseman Austin Coldwell knocked in a rebound past CC goalie Joe Howe, who was still sprawled from an earlier save, to score the go-ahead goal with 8:43 left.

The goals came fast and furious early in the second period.

Moments after Mitch Bruijsten scored a power-play goal with 17:00 left in the second period, CC captain Nick Dineen answered to give the sixth-ranked Tigers a 3-2 lead with 16:44 to play.

Less than two minutes later, Anchorage’s Curtis Leinweber answered when he scored off a backhander in front inside the left post to make it 3-3.

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About paisleyhockey
I am the college hockey writer for the Colorado Springs Gazette focusing on the Atlantic Hockey Association, National Collegiate Hockey Conference and Western Collegiate Hockey Association.

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