Northern Michigan got revenge in a big way Wednesday, trouncing the Chargers 8-2 to split the mid-week series in Marquette, Michigan.
After falling 3-1 to UAH on Tuesday, the Wildcats scored four times in the first period and never looked back. NMU added two goals in both the second and third periods and outshout UAH 29-20.
UAH’s first goal came in the second period. Bauer Neudecker’s fifth goal of the season came with a feeder from Tyrone Bronte, who notched his eighth assist of the year.
The second goal was with 1:47 left in the contest. Quinn Green’s wrister from the right dot was his second goal of the season.
Derek Krall (21 saves) got the start in net as the Chargers (3-10-1 overall, 3-5-0 WCHA) rested David Fessenden during this span of four games in five days. Fessenden was hurt late in Tuesday’s win.
NMU improved to 8-12-0 overall and 6-4-0 in WCHA play.
The Chargers next head to Lake Superior State for games Friday and Saturday to finish the road trip.