Bowling Green shot down any hope UAH had of posting its second win against them Friday night.
The Falcons spent the bulk of the game firing away, piling up a 45-22 shots on goal advantage and cruised to a 7-0 victory over the Chargers.
It was another disappointing Friday for UAH, who will try to bounce back on a Saturday again. Puck drop is at 7:07 at the Von Braun Center, and the first 1,000 fans receive a mini hockey stick.
The Falcons prolific shooting made for a tough game for UAH goaltender Matt Larose, who was back in action after suffering a lacerated hip last Friday at Wisconsin.
Larose made big the saves early, but rebounds eventually found their way in. BG’s Ben Murphy pounded in a rebound to give the Falcons a 1-0 with 11:34 remaining in the period.
It was the only goal Bowling Green would get in the first despite outshooting UAH 19-6, but the Falcons would find the net three times in the second.
Ralfs Freibergs made it 2-0 on a blast from the left point on the power play (ending a streak of 11 straight UAH penalty kills going back to last week) at 5:53. Matt Pohlkamp punched in a rebound that died in the slot at 12:56, and Mark Cooper gave BG a 4-0 lead just eight seconds later.
Meanwhile, the Chargers could not get much of an offensive flow going. Tommy Burke made 22 saves in his second career shutout. His first? Against UAH on Dec. 6 in Bowling Green.
Dan DeSalvo, Murphy, and Adam Berkle added goals for the Falcons in the third period.
Larose finished the game with 38 saves.